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Man’s worst loss

The Washington Times
November 6, 2007

Is the right-wing conspiracy so vast as to include even Mark R. Levin’s dogs?     The conservative talk-radio host disavows any political or ideological motive behind his new book, “Rescuing Sprite: A Dog Lover’s Story of Joy and Anguish.”     ”It was a book I didn’t expect to write,” said Mr. Levin, whose nationally syndicated show is heard nightly on WMAL radio (630 AM) in the Washington area. “This book has absolutely nothing to do with politics or liberalism versus conservatism.”… Read full article here.

Mark’s appearance on Hannity & Colmes

National Review Online
November 6, 2007

Mark Levin Talks About His Book and About Loss

Levin on HC

Left and Right Intersect on Animals

The Humane Society of The United States
November 6, 2007

I’ve often said that opposition to cruelty and a compassionate concern for animals are universal values. These values are not the holdings of any political party, though there’s been an assumption by some that the humane movement has been associated with the Left… Read full article here.

Levin reflects on loss of his pal pooch

NY Daily News
November 6, 2007

On WABC (770 AM) every weekday evening, Mark Levin is an aggressive proponent of all things conservative.

In the pages of “Rescuing Sprite” (Pocket Books, $22), he’s a guy who had a dog. The rest doesn’t matter.

“This book has nothing to do with politics,” says Levin. “It’s about loving and losing a friend.”… Read full article here.

Mark on Your World with Neil Cavuto

RedLasso.com
Nov. 6, 2007

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Mark on Fox and Friends

RedLasso.com
Nov. 6, 2007

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