Congressman Would Rather Have a Radio Show

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Rep. Mike Rogers of Michigan, the Republican NSA critic and chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, currently serving his seventh term, is bailing on government to “continue serving as a voice for American exceptionalism and support a strong national security policy agenda” on talk radio. “It’s a pretty rare opportunity,” said Rogers of his new, more influential platform. “They don't come around very often.”