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February 7th PJM Political On XM Satellite Radio
Recorded live inside Pajamas HQ in beautiful downtown El Segundo, this week PJM Political explores Super Tuesday and its aftermath:
Mitt Romney flip-flops on the Glenn & Helen Show, and then bails out.
Host Bill Bradley on Hillary Clinton’s fundraising woes.
An echo, not a choice I: Robert Bidinotto on America’s new bipartisan “progressives.”
An echo, not a choice II: James Lileks notes that for Democrats to promote change, it would help for Republicans to actually have a platform that’s significantly different to change from.
John McCain gets the anointing oil, which Rick Moran says signals the Long March of the conservatives.
Bob Krumm ponders where do Fred Thompson supporters like himself go next?
Jules Crittenden on party in-fighting and mudslinging.
Roger Kimball on repairing the bridge between “Maverick” McCain and conservatives.
Pajamas CEO Roger L. Simon and PJM Political producer Ed Driscoll meet XM’s Scott Walterman
For extended versions of the interviews featured on the show, don’t miss this week’s PJM Political “Director’s Cut Interviews.”
A lo-fi edition of this week’s show (mono, 16.4 MB) is available here. Finally, if you missed any previous episodes of PJM Political, click here and scroll through for hours of audio archives.