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One of the little known secrets to a good podcast is that if you ride your show off the rails early, as I did with Episode 112, you have the freedom to take it pretty much anywhere you want. It doesn’t take much, just a really bad impression of God Almighty and a thinly-veiled whack [...]

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I just got an e-mail from someone who works for a candidate running for a state Congressional Office. Here are the opening two sentences. I have edited the details that would give you the ideneity of the candidate or the sender because I really don’t want to embarrass either of them. Your Blog is providers pertinent information [...]

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Jimmie on September 15th, 2011

If it seems like I belabor the point in Episode Eleventy-One* that The Delivery has been around for two years, blame it on glee. When I recorded my first show with SMP Mike on September 10, 2009 (we recorded on Thursdays back then, moved back a day to Wednesday, then eventually settled on Tuesday nights), [...]

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Somehow, and I’m completely willing to blame this on a week of events that knocked me completely off-balance for many days, I neglected to post the show notes for Episode 109. Unfortunately, I realized that pretty much right before I sat down to record Episode 110. I decided not to do two separate posts, though, [...]

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Jimmie on September 8th, 2011

Since the GOP opted not to give a rebuttal to the President’s big jobs speech tonight, I decided to make my own. It’s a little over four minutes long and contains many of the same themes in the sample rebuttal I offered yesterday, but I did have to do a bit of rewriting since Governors [...]

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I am quite proud of the fact that I didn’t make a single cheesy earthquake pun during Episode 108. Oh, I could have, believe me. But I didn’t. On the other hand, I did recount what it feels like to have a building constructed during the first Eisenhower administration buck up and down under your [...]

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I don’t know how I managed to get through the first half of Episode 102 and not use the phrase “A pox on both their houses”. I think the entire budget/debt ceiling debate has gone so far past silly that it’s looped around back into silly again. The Democrats have no interest in putting a [...]

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A couple months ago, in a post about the Power Line Prize, Kurt Schlichter wrote: [T]here is a problem with conservative art, which is the same with all art in general – most of it sucks.  Most art is bad.  Conservative art seems to be bad in its own unique way.  As my Twitter pal [...]

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