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PJM Political 10/23/10: The Liberal Cocoon and its Discontents

Tune in each Saturday to Sirus-XM’s POTUS channel (#110 on Sirius, #130 on XM) at (all times eastern) 6:00 am, 12:00 pm, 6:00 pm, and Sunday at midnight (also eastern time zone) for the weekly edition of Pajamas Media’s PJM Political.

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Join host Stephen Green of VodkaPundit.com for a look at DC and beyond:

  • Veteran talk radio host and PJTV contributor Hugh Hewitt, who wrote one of the first books on blogs in early 2005.
  • Brian Reich and Laurie Goldberg of the Learning Channel, who are rolling out Sarah Palin’s Alaska next month, the new cable series from the producers of Survivor.
  • The entrepreneurs behind E-Voice America, a service to simplify emailing local federal and state politicians on breaking issues.
  • Rick Calvert, the CEO and founder of Blog World.

  • Joe Hicks of PJTV discusses the potential for some military voters to be disenfranchised in November with J. Christian Adams, former Justice Department attorney; and Jesse Jane Duff, a retired 20 year Marine Corps vet, and spokesperson for Military Voting Rights USA.
  • Produced by Ed Driscoll.

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