THE DULLUM FILE Ryan, Ed and Me
Ryan Bakken dropped my name in his Grand Forks Herald column today.He compares me (somewhat) favorably to Ed Schultz. In the same piece Ryan also writes about chest hair, aging and pie. Keep in mind w... Posted on 7/1/12 at 7:19 AM
As is his custom, Ed Schultz got it wrong last week. In the latest episode of his never-ending pursuit of attracting attention to himself, the former Fargo broadcaster characterized eighth-graders filling sandbags in Fargo as “slave labor.”
Flip through the radio dial any given afternoon and you might hear an angry-sounding white man railing against the government, Congress and dastardly politicians. No, not Rush Limbaugh. It's former Red River Valley talk host and sportscaster Ed Schultz.
MSNBC political show host Ed Schultz, the former North Dakota TV and radio broadcaster, blasted GQ after being named to the magazine’s “The 25 Least Influential People Alive” list. Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty was No. 1 on GQ’s list. Brian McClung, Pawlenty’s former press secretary, didn’t return a call seeking comment.
Several news and blog sites reported Wednesday that Ed Schultz used a derogatory slur when talking about Laura Ingraham on his show Tuesday.
During his MSNBC television show Wednesday night, Schultz apologized to Ingraham, his audience and the network, his family and his wife, all of whom he said he embarrassed. Scroll down the article to watch video of the ED Schultz televised apology.
MSNBC host’s lawyer says suit is ‘baseless’ A lawsuit that claims Ed Schultz stiffed a business partner out of a promised share of revenue from the daily political talk show he hosts on MSNBC is baseless, his lawyer says.
In recounting how he got his daily show on MSNBC, Ed Schultz once said his big break came with a call from the head of the network in spring 2009. “I sold him. And he gave me a chance on the air,” Schultz told a Forum reporter later that fall. “And the rest is history.” In a lawsuit filed in the District of Columbia federal court Tuesday, an NBC engineer claims that’s only part of the history.
MSNBC personality Ed Schultz says he won’t run for the U.S. Senate in North Dakota, a day after he discussed a possible candidacy on the network.
The former Fargo radio talk show host appeared on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” show Thursday, and said he is not running for the Senate.
Herald Staff and Wire Report
, January 07, 2010
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