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'''Rachel Maddow''' (b. 1973) is a [[left-wing]] American radio and television commentator for [[Air America]] radio and [[MSNBC]] cable television. She has a bachelors degree from [[Stanford]] University, and a doctorate from [[Oxford]]. (She went to Oxford as a [[Rhodes Scholar]].)  Maddow is one of relatively few openly [[lesbian|gay]] personalities in the mainstream news media. Like the almost everyone at the MSNBC network, she is an hysterical opponent of former U.S President [[George W. Bush]], [[conservative values]] and the [[Republican Party]], as well as a staunch supporter and follower of [[Barack Obama]].
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'''Rachel Maddow''' (b. 1973) is a American radio and television commentator for [[Air America]] radio and [[MSNBC]] cable television. She has a bachelors degree from [[Stanford]] University, and a doctorate from [[Oxford]]. (She went to Oxford as a [[Rhodes Scholar]].)  Maddow is one of relatively few openly [[lesbian|gay]] personalities in the mainstream news media, a brave champion for human and gay rights. She provides insightful and intelligent commentary on former U.S President [[George W. Bush]] and the [[Republican Party]]. She often hosts guests of liberal viewpoints, but welcomes conservatives to her show in a respectful manner.
  
 
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Rachel Maddow (b. 1973) is a American radio and television commentator for Air America radio and MSNBC cable television. She has a bachelors degree from Stanford University, and a doctorate from Oxford. (She went to Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar.) Maddow is one of relatively few openly gay personalities in the mainstream news media, a brave champion for human and gay rights. She provides insightful and intelligent commentary on former U.S President George W. Bush and the Republican Party. She often hosts guests of liberal viewpoints, but welcomes conservatives to her show in a respectful manner.


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