James Lileks, Roger L. Simon, Lionel Chetwynd, Joe Hicks, Bryan Preston, Stephen Kruiser, Mattie Fein (pictured), and Ed Driscoll on today's show, hosted by Steve Green, the Vodkapundit!
Thomas Sowell stops by to discuss his new book, Dismantling America, with producer Ed Driscoll. Plus Glenn Reynolds on the higher education bubble, Bill Whittle on "Star Hustler" Jack Horkheimer, and more. Hosted by the Vodkapundit, Steve Green!
Ed talks with Angelo Codevilla about his epic article, "America's Ruling Class." The Trifecta gang wonder if the GOP has a roadmap to November; Roger and Lionel wonder if Hollywood has a roadmap away from Obama. Plus Austin Bay on Iraq. Hosted by Steve Green, the VodkaPundit!
Glenn Reynolds, Arthur C. Brooks and Joel Kotkin on Big Government in DC and CA, Jennifer Rubin and James Lileks on the Ground Zero Mosque. Hosted by the VodkaPundit, Steve Green.
The past and future of TV: From Christiane Amanpour’s rocky start as the new host of ABC’s This Week to YouTube and ubiquitous personal video cameras, and how they’re changing both politics and personal lives. Plus John Yoo and James Lileks stop by. Hosted by the VodkaPundit, Stephen Green!
The gang from Ricochet.com drops by Pajamas' weekly show on Sirius-XM, plus a double dose of James Lileks, on David Letterman, Andrew Breitbart, Shirley Sherrod, and much more. Hosted by the Vodkapundit, Stephen Green.
Taken from this week's edition of PJM Political, Ed Driscoll interviews Jonathan Strong of the Daily Caller, who's shed much light on the JournoList in the past two weeks.
The real-life Don Draper, revealed at last! And much more in this podcasting romp through 1960s America, with the author of Mad Men Unbuttoned, Natasha Vargas-Cooper.
Jonathan Strong of the Daily Caller goes deep inside the JournoList, Ed Morrissey of Hot Air brings us to speed with the rest of the week's big stories. Plus a look at Mad Men Unbuttoned, and Oliver Stone unhinged. Hosted by the VodkaPundit, Stephen Green!
In this 19-minute podcast taken from this week's edition of PJM Political, Ed Driscoll interviews historian Gary Bruce, the author of a new history of the former East Germany's secret police.
A look inside the hellish past of the former Berlin Wall, and a glimpse into the future of space travel. Plus once and maybe future Senator Dan Coats (R-IN), and James Lileks on the JournoList, "Refudiate" and Mad Men. Hosted by the VodkaPundit, Steve Green!
Back in the 1920s, H.L. Mencken wrote that "It is the prime function of a really first-rate newspaper to serve as a sort of permanent opposition in politics." Almost a century later, his would-be successors see it as part of one party's "non-official campaign."
Progressivism is a surprisingly old, and increasingly frayed philosophy, as the reality and technology of the present day continues to move away from its century-old roots. But its high priests are only going to give up power very grudgingly.
Mark Levin, Glenn Reynolds, Rep. Frank Wolf (R-VA), Joe Hicks, John McWhorter and Deroy Murdock stop by this week's show; host and resident Vodkapundit Steve Green discusses the NAACP and handicaps the fall Congressional elections.
Rep. Brad Sherman seemed taken aback when a constituent mentioned the DOJ and the New Black Panthers. We invite him to stop by the PJTV studios for a transcontinental interview with J. Christian Adams to get up to speed.
Or even Nixonologist-style: a modern-day equivalent of Woodward and Bernstein would have lots of fun tying together all of the strange stories that have circulated recently from the former home of Ben Bradlee and Katharine Graham.
America spends the week trapped in a 1970-era Mobius loop, fending off the latest generation of both Black Panthers, and Russian spies (Anna Chapman, pictured in thumbnail). Join J. Christian Adams, Glenn Reynolds, James Lileks and more on this week's show, hosted by the Vodkapundit, Stephen Green.
"It’s just that sometimes the New Black Panther Party, sometimes, whatever we do we just tend to do it kinda strong."
Octavia Nasr drops the mask, then gets dropped by CNN, in sharp contrast to numerous other CNN journalists who've exposed their biases 140 characters at a time.
What happens when Medium Cool turns hot? A video look at "Pallywood," the Gaza flotilla, Helen Thomas, Gen. McChrystal, the media's reaction to the Tea Parties, and much more.
Roger L. Simon and Lionel Chetwynd on what makes Pixar so successful. Glenn Reynolds on Kagan, the Supremes, the Second Amendment, and the Washington Post's recent scandals. Allen Barton interviews the authors of Neoconservatism An Obituary for an Idea. Plus Rick Calvert, CEO of Blog World. Hosted by Stephen Green, the Vodkapundit!
Get ready for the mother of all narrative struggles: the left will be eager to whitewash Byrd’s horrific legacy, which includes a stint in the KKK, filibustering the 1964 Civil Rights Act, and opposing both Thurgood Marshall and Clarence Thomas.
Phillip Jennings discusses The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Vietnam War; he and James Lileks wonder how Gen. McChrystal could get trapped by a magazine that's a relic from that period. Plus Glenn Reynolds, Roger L. Simon, Lionel Chetwynd, and much more. Hosted by Stephen Green, the Vodkapundit!
The jury is still out if it was their reporters, or the local rent-a-crew, but regardless, an open mic on the air makes a local Fox affiliate appear remarkably unprofessional.
Ed Driscoll talks with Scott Baker of the B-Cast, to discuss the state of video in the Blogosphere, the recent video meltdowns of Helen Thomas and Bob Etheridge, and much more in a 23-minute long audio interview.