Cliff Kincaid

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    • Title:Editor
    • Organization:Accuracy in Media
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      Summary of expertise:
      Cliff Kincaid is one of the foremost conservative media analysts in America. As Editor of Accuracy in Media's "AIM Report," Cliff is the primary spokesman for the nation's original media watchdog group. A veteran journalist and media critic, he currently specializes in coverage of media bias, the Fairness Doctrine, the North American Union, the United Nations, anti-American bias in Middle Eastern media, censorship of talk radio and cable personalities, election coverage, and other issues related to media and politics. He regularly appears on television and radio programs, including the CBS Evening News, NBC's Today Show, Lou Dobbs Tonight, Fox and Friends, The O'Reilly Factor, Hannity and Colmes, The Laura Ingraham Show, Your World with Neil Cavuto, The Mike Gallagher Show, and The Savage Nation.
      Books/articles published:
      Cliff is the author of nine books, and most recently co-authored "The Death of Talk Radio?" about attempts to censor conservative media personalities by reviving the Fairness Doctrine. His articles have appeared in the Washington Post, Washington Times, Human Events, Insight, American Legion Magazine and other publications.
      Prior media experience:
      Cliff has been a guest co-host of CNN's Crossfire and was a radio talk show host in the 1980s. He was also a staff writer for Human Events and an editorial writer for Oliver North's Freedom Alliance foundation.

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