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PJM Political 04/04/09: What's Good For GM...

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Join host Steve Green of VodkaPundit.com for a snapshot of Washington–and beyond. Segments this week include:

  • Ed Driscoll interviews Jonah Goldberg, the editor at large of National Review Online, and the author of the best-selling (and prescient) Liberal Fascism, on his essay, “Big Bedfellows”-the deeply intertwined connections between big business and big government. (With cameo appearances from well-known General Electric employees Tom Brokaw and Bob Costas.)
  • James Lileks on the controversy surrounding President Obama presenting Queen Elizabeth with an iPod.
  • Pajamas Media CEO Roger L. Simon interviews Michael Patrick Leahy, the co-founder of Top Conservatives on Twitter, on the surprising popularity of Twitter.com, the wide-open social network and messaging service. (Video here.)
  • Bill Whittle of PJTV and Pajamas Media Xpress interviews PJM Political host Steve Green, and Mark Hemingway of National Review Online on the “JournoList”-the closed network of 300 liberal inside-the-beltway journalists and opinion makers.
  • In his weekly segment, Steve Green discusses the ouster of General Motors CEO Rick Wagoner.
  • Andrew Klavan, novelist and author of Don’t Say A Word (adapted into a movie starring Michael Douglas) and True Crime (adapted into a movie directed and starring Clint Eastwood), and a PajamasXpress blogger on the state of the American culture wars.  (Video here.)
  • Produced by Ed Driscoll.

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