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Radio host, newspaper columnist and author Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking point: his own. On his eponymous program, Smerconish takes an independent point of view on political topics -- his infamous commentaries cross party lines and he calls the shots as he sees them. The hourlong program also incorporates reaction from viewers via Twitter and Facebook, to which Smerconish responds in real time, calling on his quick wit, political experience and legal chops.

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Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
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Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
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Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
aired 33 days ago
Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
aired 40 days ago
Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
aired 47 days ago
Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
aired 54 days ago
Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
aired 61 days ago
Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
aired 68 days ago
Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
aired 75 days ago
Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
aired 82 days ago
Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
aired 89 days ago
Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
aired 96 days ago
Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
aired 103 days ago
Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
aired 110 days ago
Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
aired 117 days ago
Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
aired 131 days ago
Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
aired 138 days ago
Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
aired 146 days ago
Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
aired 153 days ago
Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.
aired 160 days ago
Michael Smerconish tackles the American political and news stories of the week, offering only one kind of talking points: his own.

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