PJM Political–The Director’s Cut Interviews
November 29, 2007 - 3:08 pm
Many of the segments on each week’s edition of PJM Political are edited to fit the show’s hour-long length. To hear–and in one case watch–the full-length versions of the interviews presented, just follow the links below:
PJM Political host Bill Bradley shares his thoughts on yesterday’s GOP YouTube/CNN debate, plus the surprising surge of Mike Huckabee. Has receiving the Chuck Norris stamp of approval helped his campaign? And on the left, where do Hillary and Obama go from here?
Pajamas CEO Roger L. Simon and Bob Owens of Confederate Yankee interview Sen. Fred Thompson in an extended video presentation focusing on Thompson’s thoughts on the future of America’s War On Terror.
Should Thompson not get the nomination, Ed Morrissey and Duane Patterson (producer of The Hugh Hewitt Show) explore his chances as a GOP vice presidential nominee in a segment from Ed’s Heading Right Radio show on Blog Talk Radio.
Senator Thompson’s debut, and Gov. Huckabee’s Chuck Norris ad were both predicated on the concept of viral online videos. That’s a topic that Liz Stephans and Scott Baker of Breitbart.TV discuss in depth, complete with audio examples.
Glenn Reynolds and Dr. Helen Smith forecast the upcoming Supreme Court case involving the Second Amendment with Robert Levy of the CATO Institute.