Ellen Ratner, the White House correspondent and bureau chief for the Talk Radio News Service and a Fox News Channel analyst since 1997, joins WorldNetDaily as a weekly columnist next week.



Ellen Ratner

Ratner covers the White House, Congress and government agencies and provides exclusive reports to radio stations from Massachusetts to Guam in her role with Talk Radio News Service.

She can be seen weekly in the Fox News segment “The Long and Short of It” with Newsday columnist Jim Pinkerton. She also serves as White House correspondent for several syndicated radio shows including “The B.Q. View,” Doug Stephan’s “Good Day USA,” “A Touch of Grey” and “The Talk Radio Countdown Show.”

In addition, Ratner is political editor and Washington bureau chief of Talkers Magazine and developed College Media News, a news bureau for college radio stations served by interns of the Talk Radio News Service. College Media News also collaborates with Young American Broadcasters to provide training and experience to college-age broadcasters.

A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Ratner graduated from Goddard College in Plainfield, Vt. She has a master’s degree in education from Harvard University. She is the author of “The Other Side of The Family: A Book for Recovery from Abuse, Incest and Neglect” and “101 Ways To Get Your Progressive Issues On Talk Radio.”

Ratner’s column will run on Fridays on WorldNetDaily’s Commentary page.

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