Radio Folks All Over Telegraph's Top U.S. Conservatives, Liberals Lists
January 15, 2010 at 1:21 PM (PT)
The U.K.'s DAILY TELEGRAPH released its annual lists of the 100 most influential conservatives and liberals in AMERICA TODAY (1/15).
Radio representatives on the conservative side include RUSH LIMBAUGH, at number two and trailing only DICK CHENEY; former syndicated host MATT DRUDGE at number three; GLENN BECK at number 6; FOX NEWS President ROGER AILES at number 7; MIKE HUCKABEE at number 20; occasional KFI-A/LOS ANGELES fill-in ANDREW BREITBART at 21; SEAN HANNITY at 23; MARK LEVIN at 26; LAURA INGRAHAM at 28; DICK MORRIS at 46; MICHAEL SAVAGE at 47; JOE SCARBOROUGH at 67; Dr. JAMES DOBSON at 75; LOU DOBBS at 79; BILL O'REILLY at 85; and FRED THOMPSON at 89.
On the liberal side, multimedia mogul OPRAH WINFREY is at number seven, with NEW YORK Mayor and BLOOMBERG RADIO founder MIKE BLOOMBERG at 25, former AIR AMERICA host and current Senator AL FRANKEN at 59, MSNBC host and former regular on DAN PATRICK's old ESPN RADIO show KEITH OLBERMANN at 67, regular WLS-A/CHICAGO fill-in and former ILLINOIS Governor ROD BLAGOJEVICH at 71, Democratic adviser and SIRIUS XM RADIO sports show co-host JAMES CARVILLE at 76, and activist and PREMIERE weekend host Rev. JESSE JACKSON at 97.
See the entire lists by clicking here.