Known as "America's Mr. Right," Jason Lewis is host of the nationally syndicated Jason Lewis Show. Jason is the author of "Power Divided is Power Checked: The Argument for States' Rights" from Bascom Hill Publishing.
Jason started his radio career at KOA in Denver and has hosted local talk shows in Charlotte, NC and Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, where he is rated number one. He was also a regular substitute host for the Rush Limbaugh program.
Jason was recently selected as one of the top 25 talk hosts in the country by Newsmax Magazine and has been twice featured in ABC Radio's "The Year in Talk." In 2011 he was named as one of "The Heavy Hundred" most important talk radio show hosts in the nation by Talkers Magazine.
Jason writes a biweekly column for the Star Tribune of Minneapolis and writes editorials for newspapers throughout the country, including the Wall Street Journal. He also appears on nationally broadcast television programs: NBC's Today Show, Fox News Channel, CNN, MSNBC and CNBC.
Jason has a Masters of Arts Degree in Political Science from the University of Colorado-Denver and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education/Business from the University of Northern Iowa. He completed the Series 7 General Securities Examination requirement from the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD). In 1990, Jason was the Republican nominee for the United States Congress from Colorado's Second District.
The Jason Lewis Show, home of Beatle Bumper Fridays, deals with the serious issues of politics, economics, and cultural affairs, but Jason's sense of humor brings a good deal of levity to the show. Lighter topics include sports, music and movies. And you'll definitely hear plenty of Elvis and Beatles' trivia during any given broadcast.