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Shannyn Moore is a top rated progressive broadcaster based in Anchorage, Alaska. A dynamic radio personality, she pioneered the progressive political talk forum for women in the 49th State. Born and raised in Homer, Shannyn grew up hunting, commercial fishing, and enjoyed a rural, subsistence lifestyle. A Constitutionalist, critical of both political parties, Shannyn redefines progressive liberal with her fiscal conservatism, progressive development stance, gun ownership, and laugh out loud wit. She has interviewed Republican Vice-Presidential Nominee Governor Sarah Palin numerous times, Congressman Dennis Kucinich, Veterans Advocate Paul Rieckhoff, and former White House counsel and best-selling author John Dean to name a few. Shannyn has appeared on Democracy Now! with Amy Goodman as well as The Canadian Broadcasting Companys mid-day news program Today and nationally syndicated shows hosted by Thom Hartmann. She has also appeared on Keith Olbermanns Countdown. She can be seen Sundays on the weekly televised political show, The Fagan Report, on KIMO Channel 13. She does special project work for the Alaska Public Radio Network. She resides in Anchorage, Alaska.
(8 comments) SHARE Tuesday, May 18, 2010 Sarah Palin's New Low: Funeral Crasher
BP shill Palin crashes former Alaska separatist Gov. Wally Hickel's funeral. His opinion of Palin- she fell in love with fame & "lost her moral compass."
(2 comments) SHARE Wednesday, January 6, 2010 The Palin Facebook Doctrine
Shannyn Moore, a top rated progressive broadcaster based in Anchorage, Alaska, dissects Chairwoman Sarah's latest quotations.
(8 comments) SHARE Friday, July 3, 2009 Sarah Palin Resigning as Alaska's Governor
Palin announced she's resigning. Shannyn predicts, on her facebook page,
"There is way more to this story. Think about it...something is about to break on her."
(6 comments) SHARE Thursday, June 18, 2009 Legislating Hate: The Real Anti-Christ
Jobs, homes and education? Yes. It's vulgar. I'm sick of the debate. I'm sick of Bible-waving fear mongers. I'm sick of people using Jesus as an excuse to hate.
(2 comments) SHARE Friday, November 7, 2008 Stolen Election in Alaska?
Something stinks. Not just an ordinary low tide smell. Not like
something you'd blame on the dog. It smells like an infection. For me
to plug my nose, I'd have to overlook some curious facts. In Alaska,
more people voted for George W. Bush in 2004 than voted for Sarah
Palin on Tuesday despite an identical 61-36 margin of victory. Yes.