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Salem Podcast Network Adds Ex-Congressman Doug Collins to Its Lineup

The Doug Collins Podcast debuts on Oct. 25

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The Salem Podcast Network continues to bolster its roster of talent. In a release, the company announced the addition of former Georgia Republican Congressman Doug Collins to its lineup. 

The Doug Collins Podcast debuts on Oct. 25. Salem’s latest move comes nine months after its launch which featured Charlie Kirk and Dinesh D’Souza, the network later added Todd Starnes and Trish Regan 

“For years, I was so impressed with Doug Collins as a Congressman,” said Salem Senior Vice President of Spoken Word, Phil Boyce. “When we had the opportunity to bring him over to the Salem Podcast Network, we moved fast.”

Collins, a former U.S. Air Force chaplain, remains an active member of the Air Force Reserve. He also authored a book on the impeachment of former President Donald Trump that is scheduled to be released next month.

SPN was ranked the #12 podcast network in America in August by Triton Digital based on average weekly downloads. The network is averaging more than 13 million downloads per month.

“He (Collins) will be a great addition to our lineup and will help us save the country we all love,” added Boyce.

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Keith Olbermann: NewsNation is ‘Nick At Nite’ for Ex-Cable News Hosts

NewsNation “since you and billions of others haven’t seen it”, as Olbermann said, “is a kind of Nick At Nite for ex-cable news hosts.”

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NewsNation has taken shots recently for their hiring of Chris Cuomo and their reported courtship of Bill O’Reilly, and Keith Olbermann took the latest swing at the network on his podcast Wednesday.

Olbermann read part of the report linking O’Reilly to the fledgling network as a possible contributor and joked about its low viewership.

NewsNation “since you and billions of others haven’t seen it”, as Olbermann said, “is a kind of Nick At Nite for ex-cable news hosts. Chris Cuomo just went there, joining Dan Abrams.”

The Countdown host then joked that O’Reilly joining the organization would be a sort of best case scenario for his podcast.

“‘Billo’ back on tv on a network nobody watches but still spewing out content for The Worst Persons in the World? I am in favor of this!”, Olbermann said, insinuating that O’Reilly would continue to stay in the running for the segment while few heard his rhetoric.

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Tomi Lahren: Major Companies Pander For Fear of Being Canceled

Lahren told Ensing that most major corporations in America participated in some form of pandering that resulted in others being canceled who didn’t agree with them. 

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Outkick’s Tomi Lahren recently went one-on-one with an Instagram influencer who claims that she was canceled for her conservative views. 

Amanda Ensing told Lahren that she struck a deal with makeup brand Sephora but was canceled when they realized that she was a vocal conservative. 

Ensign said that Sephora got mad when she tweeted about the Jan. 6 riots. The tweet in question was posted on the same day that unrest was happening at the Capitol. 

“The left: I hate it here. America is embarrassing. Only we can riot & loot. Defund the police. Just do what the government tells you & don’t ask questions,” the tweet read. “The right: Let’s fight for freedom. We love the USA. Defend the Constitution. We support our Military & Law enforcement.”

Ensing told Lahren that she had previously been very quiet when it came to politics, but she became fed up watching and listening to pundits on the other side speak their minds. 

“I’ve seen the left in the industry push all of these lies, and propaganda and they hate America,” Ensing said. “So, when you call them out based on their hate for America and their words and their actions, they get mad about it, they’re like little toddlers.” 

Lahren told Ensing that most major corporations in America participated in some form of pandering that resulted in others being canceled who didn’t agree with them. 

“Even in 2020, any influencer that spoke out that rioting and burning was not okay, you were canceled, you were shut down, it was justified like it was reparations,” Ensing said. 

Lahren added that she’s had conservations with well-known liberals like Trevor Noah who did not want to be seen with her in public because of her conservative views. 

“The same thing with Charlamagne Tha God, you can’t even be friends with people anymore if the cancel culture mob goes after one person. People are so quick to throw you out and throw you under the bus,” added Lahren.

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Charlie Kirk: Majority of People Shouldn’t Go to College

Kirk advises students to think twice before college during his appearance on Saturday’s broadcast of “One Nation” with Brian Kilmeade on Fox News.

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Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk advises students to think twice before college during his appearance on Saturday’s broadcast of “One Nation” with Brian Kilmeade on Fox News.

Kirk, who also hosts a nationally syndicated radio program, said he opted not to go to college after having the opportunity to attend both Baylor University and United States Military Academy West Point. 

“Just to be clear, the vast majority of people going to college should not go,” said Kirk. “Forty percent of kids who enroll in college dropout; they don’t graduate at all. There’s, of course, a role for some people to go to college that requires some technical proficiency.” 

Kirk released a new book last week called The College Scam. According to Amazon, Kirk puts the college industry on trial with a ten-count indictment of why academia has lost all credibility. 

He claims universities across the country have turned the “entire value system proposition on its head.”

“Whether it be the $200,000 worth of costs that occurs for four years or the bad ideas and the woke ideologies, we are really playing with some dangerous elements here,” Kirk said.

Kirk reiterated that he encourages everyone to think twice before going to college.

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