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Steven L. Rosenblatt
Dennis Miller's new CNBC show got off to a shaky start but has evolved nicely. His show is certainly better than anything on Fox or MSNBC. Miller is a very engaging host, very quick-witted and funny, and makes sure he has good guests from across the political spectrum. Miller has always been a political animal, but that he can be both partisan and funny simultaneously is quite a feat. Other comedians such as Al Franken and Janeane Garofalo gave up trying to be funny when they underwent similar conversions, albeit on the liberal side. I think his show will have a good run as long as he wants to do it. Which is a good thing, because it is funny and informative, and provides another forum for people like Christopher Hitchens to proffer their opinions.
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