The answer was obvious all along: forgive people's debts through LOBAPAREDEFOR.
Stupid: The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists thinks we are now further from annihilation because of ... progress on "climate stabilization."
The story of a musical prodigy's escape from Hitler strikes all the right notes and needs to be shared with the next generation.
Scott Brown, the apparent death of Campaign Finance Reform, and the continuing saga of ClimateGate -- all on this week's VodkaPundit-hosted podcast.
For our listeners who also tune in to us on Sirius-XM, you’ve noticed we’ve not been heard in our usual spot this week. We’re on a short vacation while we finalize our 2010 arrangements; we’ll be back on Sirius-XM’s POTUS Channel in a week or two. So please check our website for word of our 2010 schedule.
In the meantime, don’t miss this exclusive podcast-only edition of this week’s show:
Join host Steve Green of VodkaPundit.com for a snapshot of Washington…and Massachusetts:
- Glenn Reynolds interviews Michael Barone of the Washington Examiner — the Democrats’ supermajority is gone, and Barone says it’s only the beginning.
- From PJTV’s Trifecta series, Scott Ott of Scrappleface.com, PJTV’s own Bill Whittle and Steve discuss who should get the credit for Scott Brown’s victory: the Republican Party — or the Tea Party?
- The Supreme Court has ruled against the infamous McCain/Feingold campaign finance legislation. Will big money wreck American politics? Or will voters still recognize BS when they see it? From PJTV’s Front Page, Allen Barton talks with fellow PJTV regular Joe Hicks, and Terry Jones of Investor’s Business Daily.
- The left has ostracized him, but progressive Democrat Thomas W. Fuller won’t toe the party line on global warming. PJ Media’s CEO Roger L. Simon talks with the co-author of Climategate: The CRUtape Letters.
- From PJTV’s weekly Poliwood series, Roger and fellow screenwriter Lionel Chetwynd explore the new “history” TV series that Oliver Stone will be producing for Showtime — which among other things, promises to put Hitler and Stalin into “context.”
- This week’s show ends with Steve’s round up of the Week In Blogs – and after the Massachusetts Miracle, and the MSM’s warm, welcoming embrace of newly minted Senator Brown, what a week it was.
- Produced by Ed Driscoll.
(“Change” thumbnail above originally found at the Chicago Boyz Website.)
In a stunning example of tough talk from a diplomat, Secretary of State Clinton makes the case for free speech in cyberspace.
Gov. Rick Perry of Texas is about as schooled a governor with firearms as we have — and an extremely gracious host.
They just don't understand the populist outrage.
Scott Brown will no doubt disappoint some conservatives, but does the movement really want to associate itself so closely with the GOP?
In the end, the lib-talk network never fulfilled the one requirement for success in radio: be entertaining.
What role did race play in Barack Obama’s presidential campaign? Plenty.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski introduces a resolution that would prevent the agency from treating greenhouse gases as poison.
The hard-money limits have the potential to force candidates and political party committees to a lesser role in the election process.
Anti-competitive regulations and new taxes are not what the economy needs right now.
As Geert Wilders' trial commences in the Netherlands, the same Muslim-Canadian who sued Mark Steyn is now suing Ezra Levant. (See also Zombie: "Dramatic animated re-creation of Kurt Westergaard jihad attack")
A sampling of advice for the president from the liberal commentariat.
It's time for President Obama to prove that he will “eliminate programs that don’t work” — and not let the ones that do work die.
It is statistically appropriate to point to this year's frigidity as evidence that the theory of man-made global warming is suspect.
A year after the presidential election, we are seeing the exact opposite of what millions of gay voters had predicted.
Conventional wisdom was also defeated on Tuesday night.
A bisexual Christian on MTV's reality show illustrates the true meaning of the faith.
The Venezuelan would-be dictator has put his country in an accelerating economic collapse.
This is not a time for compromise. It is a historic moment to be grasped by those of us who believe in individual freedoms.