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Conservative commentator plans to ignite airwaves with provocative repartee on new Boston radio show
Beginning today, "the man on the street" will have a new opportunity to be heard by many, when The Chuck Morse Show airs for the first time on WROL 950 AM.
Scheduled to broadcast live, Monday through Friday, from 7 PM to 8 PM, the show debuts on February 11. Station owner Alex Canavan believes "Chuck is a good fit not only for our station, but for the city of Boston." A self-described genuine, god-fearing, Jewish right-wing conservative, Morse hopes to bring the issues of the day into full view, unclouded by the "tyranny of political correctness."
While the format will be traditional talk radio, with lines open for live callers, guests will also appear frequently. Already on the roster are former Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger and former Attorney General Edwin Meese, although local individuals, celebrated and unknown, will be welcomed. All the gubernatorial candidates, including the obscure ones, will be invited to the microphones to spar with Morse and company. His once-a-week co-host will be Dr. Samuel L. Blumenfield, who will fire up discussions on topics relating to education in America.
A graduate of the school of hard knocks, Morse considers himself a self-educated thinker, able to provide a forum for creative thought and opinions. Having worked as a cab driver, waiter and loading dock laborer, Morse has a deep respect for the voice of the street. Morse attracts an intelligent and thoughtful audience of informed people hungering for the truth. WROL 950 AM is a Salem Communications affiliate known for its religious programming. Morse, while discussing religious issues, will also tackle controversial issues and invite newsmakers and intellectuals on the airwaves.
A one-time host in the mid-90s on WMFO, the Tufts University radio station, Morse has also been heard more recently on the American Freedom Network (syndicated out of Colorado). He has authored two books, both compilations of his political columns, Why I'm a Right-Wing Extremist and Thunder out of Boston, with a third to come out in May, titled The Difference Between Us and Them. His columns appear online on conservative web sites such as www.worldnetdaily.com, www.frontpagemagazine.com and www.enterstageright.com. For more information on his writings and ideas, go to www.chuckmorse.com.
Morse lives in Brookline, MA with his wife, a Boston attorney, and their three-year-old daughter. He plays blues guitar.