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April 1, 2013…The man on the street is to be heard nationally now that Chuck Morse Speaks airs on the IRN/USA Radio Network.
Broadcasting live Monday through Friday, from 10 AM to Noon ET, the show debuted on March 11. Station owner Chuck Bates believes "Chuck is a good fit not only for our station, but for America." 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."
The format is traditional talk radio with lines open for live callers. Guests who have appeared on with Chuck Morse in the past include the late former Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger, former Attorney General Edwin Meese, Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz, Noam Chomsky, U.S.District Court Judge Harvey Wilkinson, Gloria Steinem, Geraldo Riviera, Ann Coulter and the late Howard Zinn. All political candidates local and national, including the obscure ones, are invited to the microphones to spar with Morse.
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 working people and the voice of the street. Morse, who as a congressional candidate in Massachusetts, attracts an audience of informed people hungering for the truth. Discussing the issues of the day, economy, religion, health, culture, Morse tackles controversies in his unique style and invites news-makers and callers to join in.
A one-time host in the mid-90s on WMFO- Tufts University, Morse co-hosted the left/right Fairness Radio with Patrick O'Heffernan. He authored several books which are available on his Amazon Kindle page: http://t.co/oxZNlr94Fw
His columns have appeared in The Boston Globe, The Washington Times, The Providence Journal, the New Bedford Standard Times and conservative web sites including WND, Newsmax, and Front Page Magazine.
Morse lives in Boston with his wife and daughter. He is a serious blues guitarist.