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Topic - Ari Rabin-Havt
A liberal advocacy group estimates that five potential 2012 GOP presidential candidates who work for Fox News Channel were on the air nearly 66 hours in the first 10 months of the year.
Talk show host Laura Schlessinger says her desire to talk freely without having affiliates and sponsors attacked led to her abrupt decision to end her "Dr. Laura" radio show later this year.
"We've disagreed more than we've found common ground, but there was never any question of Andrew's passion for and commitment to what he believed," said Ari Rabin-Havt of Media Matters, a liberal watchdog group and frequent Breitbart nemesis.
"Media Matters has a long history with Andrew Breitbart," said Ari Rabin-Havt with the liberal watchdog that was a frequent Breitbart critic. "We've disagreed more than we've found common ground, but there was never any question of Andrew's passion for and commitment to what he believed."