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    Ellen Ratner

    Ellen Ratner
    Ellen Ratner is the Bureau Chief and White House Correspondent for TMN, covering the White House and providing exclusive reports to talk radio stations from the Congress and government agencies. In addition, she is a credentialed reporter at the United Nations in New York. Ms. Ratner is a news analyst on The Fox News Channel where she has a segment called, “The Long and Short of It” with Jim Pinkerton. She is heard on more than 400 stations across the U.S. representing individual stations as well as syndicated shows. She is also the only talk show host granted two in-person interviews with President Bill Clinton. Ms. Ratner also served as the political editor and Washington bureau chief for Talkers Magazine, the “bible” of the talk industry. In her the capacity as political editor, she developed the concept of combining radio rows with immediate Internet access. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Ms. Ratner graduated from Goddard College in Plainfield, Vermont. She earned a Masters Degree in Education from Harvard University and has written several books.

    There's a growing difference between art and vandalism.

    Terrorism is everywhere, but the press wants a story, and the destruction of French culture by Muslims is the story of the day. It is important to remember that it is a story, not the facts.

    The emphasis on the GOP and Democratic conventions limit outsiders' voices.

    News outlets such as the Washington Post, the New York Times, CBS and others all seemed to use the same word to describe his speech: “dark.”

    Things have changed since my first set of conventions in San Diego and Chicago in 1996.

    "It's his leadership, it's his pragmatism and it's looking at what we have in America now," Trump campaign surrogate Boris Epshteyn told Talk Media News Tuesday on the sidelines of the RNC.

    What happened in 1848 makes Brexit, Donald Trump’s rise and the migrant situation from Syria seem almost mild in comparison.

    Remembering Elie Wiesel through his words and example.

    He may be the Republican nominee, but that is where the similarities end.

    A little over a week after the tragedy, key concerns continue to linger.