Bill Bennett's MORNING IN AMERICA opens a daily dialogue with men & women all across America. Bill Bennett describes the program this way: "It is a fast-paced morning show on the issues that matter most. With the voice that matters most: yours!"
News. Sports. Politics. Media. If it's making headlines, Bill Bennett's MORNING IN AMERICA gives you the day's first look at the latest scoop. And we open the phone lines so you can go one-on-one with our headline-making guests.
From the opening announcent at a Washington, D.C. news conference at the National Press Club, Bill Bennett's MORNING IN AMERICA has been electrifying radio programmers...and premiered in Los Angeles, Seattle, Boston, Atlanta, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Minneapolis, Philadelphia and dozens of other leading stations in key radio markets. Why? Because finally there's a listener-focused national morning show that delivers important guests, high production values and non-stop fun!
Bill Bennett's Philosophy of the Show:
"A lot of people have asked, how I will speak authoritatively for three hours every day? I won't. There are some things I know, and when I know them or think I know them, I will say so. When I don't know them, I will say so too. We'll get to the truth of things together.
The Socratic conditions for conversation over things that matter are that there has to be some
- Good Will.
I like to get to the truth of things, that's the philosopher's job. When I get it wrong, people will tell us. We're not going to insult our callers, we'll depend on our callers. We'll engage them. I'm a conservative, but I'm not going to assume that the conservative line is always right. I want an honest investigation and examination of issues-from politics to culture to sports to entertainment. We'll talk about things that matter.
It's morning in America. It doesn't mean it's always sunny in the morning, but it's always busy-it's a busy country and a great country full of good news and bad news. But there's always news and there's always something interesting happening. There are no closed questions here. We're open-the lines are open-and we're ready to talk."