PJM Political 05/1/10: Standing in the Shadows of ManBearMo
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.
May 1, 2010 - 11:51 am
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Join host Steve Green of VodkaPundit.com for a look at Washington and beyond:
- Steve interviews James Lileks on England’s Gordon Brown shooting himself in the John Lobb, and Charlie Crist bolting from the GOP, despite saying he was a team player just weeks ago.
- Ed Driscoll interviews Brian Anderson, City Journal magazine’s executive editor and the author of 2005′s South Park Conservatives, on the death threats the show’s producers have received for depicting — or not depicting — Muhammad. (Edited for time; complete interview online here.)
- Glenn Reynolds interviews Mark Tapscott, the editorial page editor of the Washington Examiner on the left’s fascistic backlash over Arizona’s new immigration law, and the latest woes of Government Motors. (Watch interview here.)
- Joe Hicks of PJTV interviews Christopher Horner, senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, and the author of the new book Power Grab, on the prospect of a cap and trade bill being taken up by Congress this year. They’ll also discuss the apparent conflict of interest of ex-Gore associate and current Obama energy official Cathy Zoi, which Horner explored further in an article at PJ Media, and in an another interview at PJTV, with Richard Pollack.
- Produced by Ed Driscoll.
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