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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.

    Most people think I got to know Bill Shine from my years at Fox News Channel, but I’ve known Bill Shine since 1996, before Fox News Channel even started.

    Data collection by our government must stop – without a court order for it to be collected.

    So, what if we allowed open borders but had some rules about language fluency and other cultural factors?

    The attorney general of New York is right to go after the Trump Foundation, but it should not stop there.

    We can’t go it alone. Mr. Rogers taught us that when we were growing up.

    WHO chief Tedros Ghebreyesus briefs journalists on the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo. May 18, 2018. UN Photo/Elma Okic.
    Health experts say that given Ebola's high mortality rate, it's appropriate to offer experiemental treatments to those at risk of contracting the disease.

    A wide view of the U.N. Human Rights Council Chamber in Geneva, Switzerland. UN Photo/Jean-Marc Ferré
    “Children should never be detailed for reasons related to their own, or their parents, immigration status," said a U.N. spokesperson in Geneva.

    Ambien, although originally advertised as less addictive then Benzodiazepines, still can be addictive.

    Members of the Security Council discussing before the Security Council meeting on the situation in the Middle East. June 1, 2018. UN Photo/Loey Felipe
    US Ambassador Nikki Haley accused the UN of "[siding] with terrorists over Israel" by condemning actions by Israel's defense forces along the Gaza border.

    ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project Deputy Director Lee Gelernt said he has filed a class-action lawsuit, arguing that the government should not separate children from parents. "There is no law that requires separation."