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CWN on Boston NPR affiliate - Radio interview yesterday

By Phil Lawler (bio - articles - email) | Feb 07, 2012

Several friends told me that they had “just turned on their radios” when they heard my voice in a WBUR report about the US bishops and the HHS mandate that aired in Boston yesterday. I think it’s safe to say that if you “just turn on” your radio right now, you won’t hear me speaking. But you can read the transcript, if you like, on the WBUR site.

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  • Posted by: dfp3234574 - Feb. 08, 2012 9:59 AM ET USA

    Nice job, Mr. Lawler. Pardon that I was annoyed that the reporter identified you as the head of the "conservative" CWN. Does she identify reporters from the Boston Globe (or wherever) as "liberal"? I seriously doubt it.

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