Interview with Mark Levin, nationally syndicated radio talk show host and constitutional lawyer
Mark Levin is an author and constitutional scholar, who over the last several years has become one of the most successful radio hosts in the country. Nationally syndicated in 2005, after years of appearing as a guest on Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh’s shows, Levin is now heard in over 250 markets. On the air, Levin is intense, witty and erudite. Never hesitant to challenge the establishment view, whether it’s Republican or Democrat, Levin is nevertheless widely listened-to and influential in Washington.
Off the air, Levin rarely stops moving. The longtime president of the Landmark Legal Foundation, Levin is also the author of three New York Times bestselling books, including “Liberty and Tyranny” and “Rescuing Sprite: A Dog Lover’s Story of Joy and Anguish.” He’s now at work on his next book.
The Daily Caller’s Ginni Thomas recently sat down with Mark Levin to discuss his life, his views on current events, and the lessons he’s learned from the Obama administration.
Two questions for Thursday’s Republican presidential debate:
Advice to Republican Leaders on raising the debt limit:
Contrasting the two political mobs surfacing:
Lessons learned from Obama’s presidency to date:
What gives Mark hope?:
Making sense of Obama’s foreign policy:
Conservatives and crony capitalism:
Mark’s favorite books:
Are there TWO Mark Levins — to his friends and to his radio audience?
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