Long-time WND guest columnist and talk-show host Rich Logis joins the WND weekly Commentary page lineup today. His column will appear Tuesdays on the news site.
Logis is host of "The Rich Logis Show," featuring what he calls "equal opportunity offending, four-dimensional political commentary and analysis not found anywhere else." The show can be heard on iTunes, iHeartRadio, SoundCloud and Spreaker.
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In addition to his upcoming first book, "10 Warning Signs Your Child is Becoming a Democrat," Logis coined the phrases "DMIC: Democrat Media Industrial Complex," and "Tessio Republicans," inspired by Sal Tessio, from "The Godfather," who intentionally betrays the Corleone family. A Tessio Republican, explains Logis, is one who betrays America First principles.
Besides his own show, Logis has appeared on several nationally syndicated radio programs in recent years.
With over 30 exclusive WND columns under his belt, Logis, a New Yorker-turned-Floridian, has written columns with provovative headlines such as "The Democrats' Leninist revolution is here," "Democrats' made-up 'right to be believed,'" and "GOP: Dont write off millennials!" Read his first official weekly column, ""Democrats: America's original hate group."
Stay tuned this week for the announcement of another new weekly columnist at WND.