PJM Political 03/06/10: Last Senate Reconciliation In Paris
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Join host Steve Green of VodkaPundit.com for a snapshot of Washington and beyond:
- Recorded live at CPAC 2010:
- In an interview exclusive to this week's show, Ed Driscoll talks with Ed Morrissey of Hot Air.com. By the middle of the preceding decade, global warming become the left's "moral equivalent" of the War on Terror. Concurrently, the legacy media kicked itself endlessly for not being skeptical enough regarding the faulty intelligence during the period that preceded the Iraq War. (The post-Clinton period, at least.) Captain Ed wonders why they now appear as if they're completely ignoring the faulty intelligence that led to Climategate.
- From PJTV.com's Poliwood series, Pajamas Media CEO Roger L. Simon and fellow Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Lionel Chetwynd compare the divergent mindsets between the two most polar opposite films ever made: 2009's The Blind Side, and 1972’s Last Tango In Paris.
- A brief snippet from Bill Whittle's PJTV interview with Lord Christopher Monckton, who's been challenging Al Gore for a face-to-face debate on global warming for years. Watch the entire segment here.
- Produced by Ed Driscoll.
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