Category: Podcasts

Clearing the Browser Tabs — In Which I Get My Podcast Guest-On

Clearing the Browser Tabs — In Which I Get My Podcast Guest-On

| December 27, 2012 | 2 Replies

So I did a couple of very cool podcasts over the past couple of weeks and I want you to listen to them. I’ve been told I ought to “be out there” more than I am and this, I believe, qualifies as being out there. But only if you listen and share the links and […]

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The Delivery Presents – Is Four Podcasts a "-palooza" or an "-o'rama"?

The Delivery Presents – Is Four Podcasts a "-palooza" or an "-o'rama"?

| August 19, 2012 | Reply

You have ears and I have a whole lot of podcast to pour into them, so gather ’round the computer speakers, folks! I won’t give you long summaries of Episode 158 and Episode 159, except to say that the topics range from Harry Reid’s outrageous lies to the Curiosity Rover and my string of podcasts […]

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The Podcast Profile III: Malcolm and Melissa

The Podcast Profile III: Malcolm and Melissa

| July 10, 2012 | Reply

Andrew Malcom and Melissa Clouthier have a show that’s less a pair of talking heads and more a couple of very smart family members hashing out the problems of the world on the front porch after dinner.

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The Podcast Profile II: Strictly Right

The Podcast Profile II: Strictly Right

| June 19, 2012 | Reply

Profile the second, with a pronounced Canadian flavor. It’s bacon with a hint of really good beer, in case you’re curious.

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The Podcast Profile I: Coffee and Markets

The Podcast Profile I: Coffee and Markets

| June 11, 2012 | Reply

In this, the first post in an ongoing series, I give you the scoop one of the best daily podcasts going!

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Brass Balls Sends Out the Signal. Who Will Answer?

Brass Balls Sends Out the Signal. Who Will Answer?

| September 20, 2011 | Reply

Usually, the shows Wendy and Kimberly do don’t delve into the intensely serious and personal on their Brass Balls Radio podcast, but she made a very important exception with this week’s show. Their guest is an exceptional woman named Jamie Walton, who has an organization called The Wayne Foundation. Her job, and the job of […]

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The Delivery Presents – Better Late than Never!

The Delivery Presents – Better Late than Never!

| September 19, 2010 | 1 Reply

You may have noticed that Episode 55 was a day late this week. There’s a good reason for that and I get into it at the very beginning of the show. It involves practical democracy and what it takes to make elections work. After that, I should give a bit of explanation. I really hadn’t […]

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Happy Bloggy Birthday, Andrew!

Happy Bloggy Birthday, Andrew!

| June 11, 2010 | Reply

This past Friday, my friend Andrew Malcolm celebrated his blog’s third anniversary. Top of the Ticket is a rara avis in the blogging world. It manages to read and behave like a blog even though it is backed by a major media entity and staffed with veteran journalists. It links, gives love to other bloggers, […]

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My Podcast Now Comes “From the Right”

My Podcast Now Comes “From the Right”

| April 7, 2010 | Reply

As you may have heard, Radio for Conservatives is no more. I won’t go into the tale, except to say that sometimes people don’t get along. Breakups are often regrettable and unfortunate, but they happen. What can you do, short of living in a cave way up in the mountains somewhere? That said, I have […]

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The Delivery Presents: The Bunning Brouhaha and Matt Kibbe on The Dead and Freedom

The Delivery Presents: The Bunning Brouhaha and Matt Kibbe on The Dead and Freedom

| March 3, 2010 | Reply

Episode 27 of The Delivery is available, hot off the podcasting presses. The link’s at the bottom of the post and, as ever, you may listen to it now or download it so you can snuggle up with it later today in a warm and happy place. Remember also the show airs on Radio for […]

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