It’s time for this week’s PJM Political, and it’s a big one this week. On the show:
We play Five Questions with James Lileks.
Taken from his Silicon Graffiti videoblog, Ed interviews Scott Baker and Liz Stephans of Breitbart.tv’s daily B-Cast Internet news show, on the coming convergence of traditional and Web-based television.
Jennifer Rubin, Pajamas’ DC editor talks with Diana Furchtgott-Roth, a senior fellow with the Hudson Institute, on the influence of the AFL-CIO in Washington, DC. Right in front of AFL-CIO HQ. Now that’s brave.
Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit.com interviews Joseph Cao (R-LA), one of the rarest of endangered species in 2009 DC: the freshman Republican.
Pajamas’ CEO Roger L. Simon speaks with documentary filmmaker Chris Burgard, just back from Honduras, where he videotaped a series of special reports on that nation’s constitutional crisis for PJTV.com.
Plus, Ed and I tackle Sonia Sotomayor, how to pay for health care reform, and the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch.
And I figure we must be doing something right, after getting the following email from a (safely anonymous) listener:
She will be confirmed. She is one of the most qualified individuals to sit on the bench. Not on of her more than thousands of opinions is racist/she is tough in the area of law and order. Steve, you remarks confirm that you are a know-nothing ass. I wish POTUS would drop your show/you are worse than Glenn Beck.Oh, and you are a liar.
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