On “Shut Up & Blog,” Laura Ingraham added a tiny post with big ideas, Dec. 13, over on her Laura Ingraham site. Though Ingraham admitted to being a bit disappointed she was unable to land a dancing or orchestra gig, she has committed to host a talk radio show with Courtside LLC and Launchpad Media.
Foes can rush over to check out Laura’s new format, beginning Jan. 1; however, they should be forewarned, there will be a stampede of fans eager to pick up with Laura where she left off after years of talk radio on, and they may be trampled in their dust. An author, a Fox News commentator and the mom of three, Ingraham is reputed to be one of the most immensely popular voices to dominate talk radio.
Full of new ideas to light a fire under folks who have a personal interest in government, Laura’s invitation to join her is all inclusive, no matter which side of the political divide a person fancies is theirs. Many think It’s not that Laura walks a political line down the middle that attracts opposing idealogues, it’s that Laura doesn’t walk a line at all.
For many, Ingraham’s name may be synonymous with the Fox motto, “Fair and balanced,” however, the slogan right there on her front page says it best, “Laura Ingraham: Your healthy radio addiction.” Many feel that not only says it best, it says it right because in their opinion, Ingraham is one of the sanest voice in politics.
Most important, Ingraham appears to get that folks are politically weary and disillusioned with their elected leaders. She’s saying she understands and is ready to remedy the burn-out and renew the passion. For those who have thrown up their hands, prepared to walk away, humming, “Que Sera Sera, whatever will be, will be,” nostalgic snatches recalled from an old Doris Day hit, it’s time to stop their trek to the land of the political drop-outs. Laura is back.
Her announcement follows:
Though I am disappointed my xylophone and modern dance ambitions haven’t (yet) resulted in full-time employment, I am thrilled to announce my return to talk radio in conjunction with Courtside LLC and Launchpad Media. We’ll be back on air January 2. Meanwhile, tell us now what you most loved about our old show, and what you’d like to hear more of in the new one. “Mother (Marian) Robinson” call-ins? Cultural take-downs? (Who saw Kanye West’s “performance” at the 12/12/12 concert?) My cross-examining pols in both parties? (Still waiting for that Pelosi one-on-one!) If you’re as burned out on the same old dead-end political arguments, you’ll love what we have planned. Keep checking the website and my Twitter feed for updates.