Eliot Spitzer debuts as columnist

Shades of WRKO, a Boston AM station where, as the evening drive time talker likes to put it, “If you’re indicted, you’re invited!”  It is still good to see Eliot getting some work.

On Wednesday evening, the online magazine ‘Slate’ quietly posted Spitzer’s first column, headlined ‘Too Big Not To Fail.’ It argued against costly economic government bailouts to huge financial institutions… Spitzer resigned earlier this year after getting caught in a prostitution
scandal. Last month, federal prosecutors announced they would not bring criminal charges against him


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  1. Rick - WH
    Rick - WH says:

    Now that Bill O'Reilly's Radio Factor has been shuttered (effective after January 1st sometime – WOR-AM is replacing it beginning 1/05/2009), there is a spot for Spitzer available on network radio.

    Would anyone listen to Spitzer? I think not.

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