- The Washington Times - Thursday, April 26, 2018

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

He’s back! And just in time. 

For seven years comedian/actor/raconteur Dennis Miller commanded a large and dedicated audience with his nationally syndicated radio program. In 2015 Miller ended his program and other than semi-regular appearances on the O’Reilly Factor on Fox News, his dedicated fan base has been bereft of his wise and witty analysis of politics, sports and pop-culture. 

All through the rise of Donald Trump, the fall of Hillary Clinton, the NFL “take a knee” protests, the Harvey Weinstein scandals and the all-star season of Hell’s Kitchen, this Dennis Miller fan has been yearning to get a regular dose of the SNL alum’s classic, erudite analysis of the pertinent and trivial issues of our time. 

And now, Miller has returned. His premiere episode of The Dennis Miller Option on Podcast One picks up right where his radio program left off, with his trusty producer/side-kick Christian Bladt as his wing man, Miller tackles the topics of the day and opines on the phenomenon of “Trump derangement syndrome” and how it affects the likes of Kanye West, Shania Twain and, yes, Dennis Miller

“I’ve been on both sides of this… it was only when I started to express some conservative things when I’d see myself on the Internet with  Hitler mustaches and stuff like that. Or, you’d read the amazingly hateful things.  So, I’m not saying it’s a compensatory thing but I do think both sides recognize it. The Right, because their the aggrieved ones, they’re saying “really, Lois Lerner is allowed to algorithmicly flag the word ‘patriot’ and do audits and nothing happens?” So they’ve noticed it. And on the Left, I think people are, hopefully, starting to notice that things are getting a little weird.”

If the first episode is any indication of what’s to come, The Dennis Miller Option should jump to the upper echelon of your podcast list along with Ben Shapiro, Adam Carollla and Joe Rogan.

Welcome back, Dennis. You made it just in time. 

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