TRNS Interviews: Gary Johnson

TRNS Bureau Chief Ellen Ratner interviews 2012 Republican presidential candidate Gary Johnson. Johnson, the former Governor of New Mexico, says he’ll campaign on a message of fiscal responsibility, and says the first thing he would do to put the nation on a path toward a balanced budget would be to cut spending on Medicare, Medicaid and defense. Click the “Listen” link to hear the entire interview! (12:23)

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Ellen Ratner
Ellen Ratner is the White House Correspondent and Bureau Chief for The Talk Radio News Service, covering the White House and providing exclusive reports to talk radio stations from the Congress and government agencies. In addition, she is a credentialed reporter at the United Nations in New York where Talk Radio News Service has a bureau. Ms. Ratner is a news analyst on The Fox News Channel where she is currently seen on “The Strategy Room” and is heard on over 400 radio stations across the United States. She was the only talk show host granted two interviews with President Bill Clinton. Ms. Ratner helped to develop the concept of “radio rows” with the first large one held at the White House in 1993. In addition, she has trained many groups in use of radio, television and Internet media. Her latest book, Ready, Set, Talk! A Guide to Getting Your Message Heard by Millions on Talk Radio, Talk Television, and Talk Internet, was published in July 2006. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Ms. Ratner graduated from Goddard College in Plainfield, Vermont. She earned a Masters Degree in Education from Harvard University. Follow Ellen on Twitter @ellenratner

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Wednesday, April 1

● FOIA suit seeks terrorists’ “hands off” list

● No tax break for “ark park”

● Physicians pick patients unevenly

● Drug ads promote unapproved use

● A candidate by any name is a candidate

● An apple a day keeps the baby away

LISTEN: The Day Ahead – April 1, 2015

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Iran celebrates Republic Day (without a nuclear deal) and Palestine’s membership in the International Criminal Court becomes official.

LISTEN: The World in 2:00 – March 31, 2015

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A big upset in Nigeria’s presidential elections, the Iranian nuclear deadline comes and goes and the U.S. releases its international climate commitments.

Obama Commutes 22 Drug Sentences, Double Over Entire Presidency

“Had they been sentenced under current laws and policies, many of these individuals would have already served their time and paid their debt to society,” a statement released by the White House reads.

Buhari Declared Victor In Nigerian Presidential Election

President Obama had issued a video message last Monday, urging the Nigerian people to shun violence, with the State Dept. congratulating the people of Nigeria “who exercised their civic duty by going to the polls.”

WH: Iran Talks Could Continue Past Tuesday Deadline

Echoing the White House, State spokeswoman Marie Harf said that ‎”we’ve made enough progress in the last days to merit staying until Wednesday. There are several difficult issues still remaining.”‎