Aaron Harber Show-Philip Moeller
Published: 06-16-09
This week Aaron interviews Philip Moeller, a commissioner with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). They discuss the regulation of the electric and natural gas resources and the challenges of bringing new energy sources into the transmission grid system.
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An ardent defender of the First Amendment and equal rights for all, Aaron gained national recognition when he was sued frivolously for $20 million by Rush Limbaugh for using the word "Rush" in the title of his national radio program ("After the Rush"). With broad-based support across the entire political spectrum, Aaron prevailed in the federal court case. Aaron used humor throughout that event as he now effectively does on his television program and thanks Rush for promoting his career. In 1998, Aaron moved from the Talk America Radio Network (where he was heard on 51 radio stations across the country) exclusively into the television arena. He has appeared on and hosted a number of television and radio programs. The talk industry's leading publication -- "TALKERS MAGAZINE" -- selected Aaron out of 5,000 hosts across the country as one of America's “100 Most Important Talk Show Hosts” in 1997 (along with other hosts such as Don Imus, G. 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