Bill Bennett's MORNING IN AMERICA opens a daily dialogue with men & women all across America. Bill Bennett describes the program this way: "It is a fast-paced morning show on the issues that matter most. With the voice that matters most: yours!"
News. Sports. Politics. Media. If it's making headlines, Bill Bennett's MORNING IN AMERICA gives you the day's first look at the latest scoop. And we open the phone lines so you can go one-on-one with our headline-making guests.
Neil Boortz, weekdays 9 AM to Noon:
Neal Boortz has been a Talk Show Host (What any good Democrat would refer to as a "Preacher of Hate") in Atlanta, Georgia since 1969. He is now in his 41st year of talk radio. Since 1993 Neal has been holding forth on News Talk 750 WSB, a radio station with a 50,000 watt afterburner. Since early 1999 his show has been syndicated on radio stations from Maine to California and from Alaska to Florida. The program airs live from 8:30 to 1:00 pm each weekday. The latest count? About six million listeners nationwide listening to Neal on around 230 radio stations.
Dave Ramsey, weekdays noon to 3 PM:
America's trusted voice on money and business, Dave Ramsey is a personal money-management expert and extremely popular national radio personality. His four New York Times best-selling books—Financial Peace, More Than Enough,The Total Money Makeover, and EntreLeadership—have sold more than 6 million copies combined. His latest book, EntreLeadership: 20 Years of Practical Business Wisdom from the Trenches, debuted at number one on the New York Times best-selling list.
The Dave Ramsey Show, which is heard by 4.5 million listeners each week on 500 radio stations throughout the United States. In 2009, he was honored as the National Association of Broadcasters Marconi Award winner.
Clarke Howard: weekdays 3 to 6 PM:
Clark Howard is a nationally syndicated consumer expert who advises consumers how to save more, spend less and avoid getting ripped off. His radio show is heard every day on more than 200 radio stations throughout North America. His HLN show runs every Saturday and Sunday at 6am and noon ET, and he is a frequent guest on many other talk, variety and news programs.
"Save more and spend less" is more than just a motto for Clark; it's a way of life. As a successful lifelong entrepreneur, media star and best-selling author, the Atlanta-based "consumer champion" is dedicated to helping Americans of all means get ahead in life.
Mike Gallagher: weeknights 6 to 9 PM:
Displaying a sense of humor and timing honed over years in the cauldron of local and national radio talk show experience. Mike connects with his audience in a very personal way by creating compelling programming targeted at the issues men and women all over America truly care about. He has used his program to shine the white hot light of scrutiny on extremist groups and political charlatans and his one-on-one interviews with President George W. Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney, Mayor Rudy Guiliani, Dr. Thomas Sowell, Newt Gingrich, and other leading conservatives regularly generate national headlines. His weekly sparring with Chris Wallace of FOX News Sunday every Friday is truly appointment radio. Listeners have shared the joys and sorrows of Mike’s family life, including his late wife Denise’s courageous public battle with cancer.
Jim Bohannon: weeknights 9 PM to midnight:
Bohannon describes himself as a "militant moderate" delivering his wit, wisdom and natural charm to listeners across the nation. The Jim Bohannon Show brings listeners a unique blend of breaking news, interesting features and informative reports on a spectrum of topics. Bohannon also talks to special guests and his loyal callers live, offering humor and compassion.
In addition to The Jim Bohannon Show, Bohannon is host of the early morning weekday news magazine, America in the Morning, as well as America This Week, and his unpredictable feature, Offbeat.
Coast to Coast with George Noory: Midnight to 5 AM:
Noory captivates program listeners with his discussions of paranormal phenomena, time travel, alien abductions, conspiracies and all things curious and unexplained. He is driven, he has said, by the desire to solve the great mysteries of our time. From his first days as a radio broadcaster he says, “I’ve wanted to cover stories that the mainstream media never touch—the unusual, the paranormal and things like that. I learned that broadcast was the best business for exploring these issues, and I’ve been doing it for 33 years.”