Tag: Social Media

This, Tea Party Friends, is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

This, Tea Party Friends, is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

| February 19, 2013 | 6 Replies

Good, Tea Party Patriots. Go get ‘em! “He [GOP strategist and PAC-guru Karl Rove] sounds like he’s challenging us, and we’re ready to rise to the challenge,” Jenny Beth Martin, founder of the Tea Party Patriots, told The Hill. Martin’s group last week launched the Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund, a super-PAC that will be […]

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Hashtag No More, in French

Hashtag No More, in French

| January 27, 2013 | Reply

Oh, those silly French. The French government is redefining hashtag with a Gallic touch. The country that has an academy devoted solely to the use of the French language has given its official seal of approval to a new word for the Twittersphere: mot-dièse. For those of you not versed in the ways of Twitter, […]

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The Delivery Presents – Storytelling is Life, and So is Bacon

The Delivery Presents – Storytelling is Life, and So is Bacon

| December 4, 2012 | Reply

It’s not every week I can have two people on the show who are quite as accomplished and forthcoming with great advice as I did in Episode 168. Kristina Ribali, the social media Queen of FreedomWorks, and Jim Lakely, the communications director of the Heartland Institute spent the hour talking about the importance of stories. […]

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The Delivery Presents – Barack Obama and William Howard Taft, Together Again!

The Delivery Presents – Barack Obama and William Howard Taft, Together Again!

| May 28, 2012 | 1 Reply

So let me see if I have this right. Barack Obama is the first actually black President, the first gay President, and (now it can be told in Episode 148) also the first time-traveling President. It’s true! I reveal the stunning truth, History Channel-style, in the first half of the show. Alas, my hair is […]

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They Call It Puppy "Like"

They Call It Puppy "Like"

| May 28, 2012 | Reply

If this is representative of young political leaders, we really don’t have to worry about the “youth vote” in November. A 2009 Pew Research Center study indicates that 10 percent of internet users ages 18 and older have used a social networking site for some sort of political or civic engagement. With just younger voters, 18 to […]

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Introducing My New Hotness, Twitchy.com.

Introducing My New Hotness, Twitchy.com.

| March 7, 2012 | Reply

For the past couple of months, I’ve been working with a bunch of exceptional people on a project I’ve not been able to talk about, even though I’ve really wanted to shout about it from the rooftops. Today, I can shout a bit. Leading new media entrepreneur Michelle Malkin today announced the launch of TWITCHY.COM, […]

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Attention Denver, You Have Bloggers Inbound!

Attention Denver, You Have Bloggers Inbound!

| November 10, 2011 | Reply

Blogging will be light today because I’m headed to Denver for Blog Con 2011.

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The Delivery Presents – So, You Want to Be A Star?

The Delivery Presents – So, You Want to Be A Star?

| November 7, 2011 | Reply

What can I say about Episode 119 but that the world is flat-out nuts and I’m glad for it because if it was sane, I wouldn’t have a show. A couple in Hawaii lost their child for a night over a chicken salad sandwich and some well-regarded MSM reporter drooled lustily all over Barack Obama […]

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The Delivery Presents – I Juggle Better than The President

The Delivery Presents – I Juggle Better than The President

| October 5, 2011 | 1 Reply

In every broadcaster’s life, there comes a show when the goofiness simply bursts forth in an irrepressible fount. Episode 114 was that show for me. I hope you enjoy it, because I had a great time recording it. For the record, I really did juggle a couple baseballs, which was not easy considering I don’t […]

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The Delivery Presents – A Visit from God and a Trap Avoided, Hopefully.

The Delivery Presents – A Visit from God and a Trap Avoided, Hopefully.

| September 21, 2011 | 1 Reply

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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