Ron Paul Turning To Talk Radio

Shortly after retiring from Congress, Ron Paul is slated to join the talk radio community.

Shortly after retiring from Congress, Ron Paul is slated to join the talk radio community.

Starting in March, Paul, a libertarian leaning Republican, will begin recording two one minute daily segments and a weekly podcast for the Courtside Entertainment Group, the media organization behind Bill O’Reilly’s talk show as well as Loveline.

In a statement released by Courtside, Paul said the move would help him and the rabid fan base he cultivated during his long shot bids for the Presidency in 2008 and 2012 expand their reach.

“I am very excited to have this opportunity to take the message of freedom to more people than ever, especially now when our country needs it so much,” Paul said. “Radio and podcasting are a much more powerful means of communication than speaking on the floor of Congress.”

 

Justin Duckham
Justin Duckham is a Senior Washington Correspondent with the Talk Radio News Service. Justin is a proud alumnus of UC Merced, where he studied History, Philosophy and American Studies. Prior to making the jump to politics in 2008, Justin was a music journalist in California. Follow Justin on Twitter @Jduckham

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  1. TheSystemIsBroken February 13, 2013 at 5:07 pm #

    Great news!

    • Maria Flower March 13, 2013 at 9:46 am #

      ohhhh my godddd answer my prayer thanks god Paul is back!

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