Getting information early on in the disease progression is critical, and is one of the real benefits of molecular imagingWorldwide isotope shortage poses challenge Sep 09, 2009
I was out there by myself at night, no food, no water. It turned out okay thoughKayaker spends two days in Gulf of Mexico Jun 29, 2007
The First Amendment and I have been evicted from ABC Radio in Washington, DC. It appears that ABC Radio has caved to an organization that condemns talk radio hosts like me but has never condemned Hamas, Hezbollah and wouldn't specifically condemn al-Qaida for three months after 9/11. As a fan of talk radio, I find it absolutely outrageous that pressure from a special interest group like CAIR can result in the abandonment of free speech and open discourse on a talk radio showConservative DC host fired for Islam slams Aug 22, 2005
As a human being, I found the line a joke. It was a joke. It was just an off-the-cuff commentUPI's Capital Comment for May 14, 2003 May 14, 2003
Red Neck Nation: How the South Really Won the WarUPI's Capital Comment for May 14, 2003 May 14, 2003
Michael Graham is an American radio host, writer, and Conservative Republican political commentator. His daily talk show, The Natural Truth, airs on WTKK in Boston. A writer, Graham is the author of several books and is a columnist for the Boston Herald.
Graham was born in Los Angeles, California and raised in South Carolina. A graduate of Oral Roberts University, he worked as a stand-up comedian before beginning his political career as the primary election coordinator for South Carolina for Pat Buchanan's failed Presidential campaign in 1992. This experience led to his working in various Republican campaigns over the next few years. One of his candidates included Harold Worley, a Republican challenger to Senator Strom Thurmond in 1996.
In 1998, Graham moved to the talk radio circuit. Living up to his self-proclaimed description of being "loud, obnoxious and frequently fired" , Graham held positions at seven stations in seven years, including stints in South Carolina and Washington, DC, as well as the internet-only outlet Rightalk.com.