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PJM Political 12/4/10: The Smell of Napalm

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:

  • Glenn Reynolds interviews James Meigs of Popular Mechanics magazine on the TSA and their scanning technology that’s making fans at airports everywhere.
  • PJTV’s James Poulos talks with Ross Douthat of the New York Times about the welfare state, American exceptionalism, and our creep towards European-style socialism.
  • PJTV’s Joe Hicks talks with pioneering blogger Mickey Kaus, now with Newsweek, about the California elections.
  • Taken from PJTV’s Poliwood, Roger L. Simon and Lionel Chetwynd explore the career of legendary actor Robert Duvall.
  • Produced by Ed Driscoll.

Technical difficulties slowed the full edition of last week's show from appearing online; it's now available here. And if you missed any recent edition of PJM Political, click here and scroll through for hours of audio archives. And tune in to Pajamas Media’s PJTV.com for video coverage throughout the week. If you like what you see there, please consider subscribing to PJTV. Unlike the effectively state-run legacy media, alternative media needs reader and viewer support to flourish.