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Ed Schultz
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    (January 27, 1954-July 5, 2018)
    Born in Norfolk, Virginia
    Hosted the nationally syndicated radio program 'The Ed Schultz Show'
    Hosted 'The Ed Show' on MSNBC
    Author of 'Straight Talk From The Heartland: Tough Talk, Common Sense and Hope from a Former Conservative'
    He is a former conservative Republican turned progressive (but, not traditional) liberal.
    He used to make fun of homeless people on his show, until he met some homeless Vietnam veterans through the Salvation Army.
    He doesn't shy away from heated exchanges during interviews and/or debates.
    He reportedly tried out for the Oakland Raiders, but failed to make the team.
    He loves to hunt and fish in his spare time.
    He enjoys listeners from all perspectives calling in to his show, so he doesn't screen callers like Rush Limbaugh.
    He played quarterback for Minnesota State Moorhead's football team, where he was an NCAA division two passing leader.
    He is a firm supporter of labor unions and blue collar/working class Americans.
    As a progressive radio host, he flourished in a field dominated by ultra-conservatives.
    Prior to discussing politics, he was a broadcaster for North Dakota State University's football and basketball teams.

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