Daily Caller: What Inspires Mark Levin (and what doesn’t)

Mark Levin

Radio phenomenon and conservative freedom fighter Mark Levin sat down with The Daily Caller’s Jamie Weinstein for an interview. Levin’s radio audience is the largest in his time-slot, drawing nearly ten million people to his audience weekly.  Whatever his ratings, he’s one of only two hosts I try not to miss. Weinstein asked Levin about a number of subjects, including whether Levin would consider running for public office.  He was asked to explain the origins of the nickname “The Great One,” and he has a good sense of humor about it.  Levin also explained why he’s inspired to do what he does, and also what would not interest him. As usual, Levin shoots straight. Here’s the video:

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I think Levin is one of the most sincere and passionate hosts on nationwide radio, and for those of you who aren’t regular listeners, you can check him out at his website, where he has extensive, free downloads of audio archives of his show.  He has a new book forthcoming this week, Ameritopia: The Unmaking of America, and I will do a review of the book here as soon as I’ve read it.

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One Response to Daily Caller: What Inspires Mark Levin (and what doesn’t)

  1. Levin can have an uninformed opinion from time time (GASP! He's not perfect!) but his book LIBERTY AND TYRANNY is a MUST for every American.

    Pretty pissed at his blind defense of Romney's terrible decisions at Bain (and shocked since he is a huge Palin supporter who condemns the same thing), but Levin is genuine patriot.

    I reiterate recommendation to add him to every conservatives "must" listen list.