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Mark Levin hosts FOX News Channel's "Life, Liberty and Levin." The program aims to explore the fundamental values and principles of American society, politics, culture, and current events and the impact that these things have on the nation's future and the everyday lives of the citizens. Levin also hosts "The Mark Levin Show," and prior to joining FOX, he served as an adviser to some of President Ronald Reagan's cabinet members.

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