PJM Political 06/26/10: Apocalypse Vuvuzela
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!
June 26, 2010 - 4:06 pm
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Join host Steve Green of VodkaPundit.com for a look at Washington and beyond:
- Allen Barton of PJTV.com interview Terry Jones of Investor’s Business Daily and Yaron Brook of the Ayn Rand Institute on Israel and the Gaza Flotilla.
- Glenn Reynolds on “The Legacy of Jacques Cousteau,” in a segment recorded on location in the Grand Cayman Islands.
- James Lileks on Gen. McChrystal’s disastrous interview with Rolling Stone magazine, and his subsequent replacement with Gen. Petraeus by President Obama, along with the world’s most hated “musical” “instrument.”
- Ed Driscoll interviews Phillip Jennings, the author of the Politically Incorrect Guide to the Vietnam War, who also provides his take on McChrystal’s interview and its aftermath.
- From PJTV’s Poliwood, Pajamas CEO Roger L. Simon and fellow Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Lionel Chetwynd debate the quality of writing on TV versus the movies.
- Ed interviews Deborah Micek, the author of Twitter Revolution, on the basics of Twitter, and how it’s being used by bloggers, blog followers, and media old and new.
- Produced by Ed Driscoll.
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