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.
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.
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.
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!
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!
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.
Is the Real News Dead? It’s certainly pining for the fjords these days, as Michael Ledeen, Roger L. Simon, Avi Davis, Scott Baker, and Ed Driscoll discuss, in a wrap-up of last week’s conference at Pepperdine. Plus Glenn Reynolds and Mickey Kaus. Hosted by the Vodkapundit himself, Steve Green.
From Rush Limbaugh biographer Zef Chafets and Ricochet.com majordomo Peter Robinson, to James Lileks and the gang at PJTV’s Trifecta, this week’s edition of the VodkaPundit-hosted PJM Political is all about the new, new media.
Taken from the latest edition of PJM Political, Ed Driscoll interviews Zev Chafets, the New York Times journalist and author of the new biography, Rush Limbaugh, An Army of One.
From Tuesday’s elections, to the crisis of the euro, to the last manned mission to the moon, the latest edition of PJM Political covers Washington, the world, and the solar system! (Will host Stephen Green start mixing his Vodka with Tang?)
From the ouster of Bob Bennett in the GOP primary in Utah, to Cuban-American bloggers looking to help oust Castro in Cuba, the latest edition of PJM Political, hosted by VodkaPundit Stephen Green spans the nation.
Steve Green, James Lileks, Ed Driscoll, and Jennifer Rubin discuss Faisal Shahzad and the MSM’s ideological blinders. Roger L. Simon covers Comedy Central’s feckless response to “South Park’s” death threats, then interviews Gov. Rick Perry at his first NASCAR race. (Roger’s first NASCAR race, that is.)
Taken from this week’s edition of PJM Political, Ed Driscoll interviews Brian Anderson, City Journal magazine’s executive editor and the author of 2005’s South Park Conservatives, in a wide-ranging interview recorded live on location at the Manhattan Institute’s offices.
Ed Driscoll talks with Brian Anderson on Comedy Central censoring TV’s South Park, James Lileks wonders if Charlie Crist and the UK’s Gordon Brown should have self-censored before self-immolating. Plus Glenn Reynolds, Mark Tapscott, Joe Hicks, and Christopher Horner. Hosted by the Vodkapundit, Stephen Green.
Why has former President Bill Clinton recently reminded the public of the disastrous circumstances that led to Timothy McVeigh’s horrific bombing of the Oklahoma Federal Building in 1995? Glenn Reynolds explains to producer Ed Driscoll. Plus James Lileks, Tony Blankley, Tucker Carlson, and much more. Hosted by the Vodkapundit, Stephen Green.