Rep. Rogers: Unlike Rush Limbaugh, You Will Learn Things From My Radio Show
From House to radio studio, retiring Rep. Mike Rogers hopes for 'smart debate' with audience (Star Tribune)
WASHINGTON — Rep. Mike Rogers wants to be a "productive conservative" on the radio dial who fosters "smart debate" during the daily show he will host after leaving Congress in January.
The ex-FBI agent and outgoing House Intelligence Committee chairman might not be done with politics after more than a decade in Congress, so there's unquestioned value for him from the three hours each day he will spend fielding questions and reasoning with a mass audience.
"I'm not saying I am," Rogers, R-Mich., told The Associated Press when asked if he was preparing to re-enter politics in the years ahead. "But I do foresee myself back in government service in some capacity in the future."