Bill Press

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Monday – Friday, 6AM – 9AM

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Major-market radio personality Bill Press takes his progressive agenda to the national airwaves with The Bill Press Show, a new, high-energy “liberal way” to start the day! Press keeps the right wing in check, tells it like it is and tackles all the hot issues with prominent and powerful guests from Capitol Hill and beyond. The Bill Press Show blends political and pop culture news in a progressive mix that delivers must-listen entertainment to your audience. It’s fearless liberal talk with no apologies.

Press is joined each day by sidekick Christy Harvey, the editor and creator of The Progress Report—the leading daily online progressive publication—and a regular commentator on The Al Franken Show. Together, Bill and Christy deliver the news of the day with a unique spin making The Bill Press Show the ideal way to begin the morning.

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in National, World

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A gunman shot a soldier and then entered the country's parliament buildings, with at least 30 shots fired in dramatic scenes in the heart of the Canadian capital.

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