Showing posts with label Conspiracy. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Conspiracy. Show all posts

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Front Porch Political Talk Episode 11: Rendering Opinions

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We had a lot of fun with these stories and the discussion went a number of different ways.

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Sunday, March 22, 2015

Articles for Front Porch Political Talk #11: Rendering Opinions

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While we take time each week giving our own opinions on what has happened in the news, some decisions rendered this week bear discussing. We are going to look at these items and more in this episode.

There has been an unexpected change for the podcast's presence in Second Life. We are getting more settled into our new home at Cheertopia as well as an outpost on the mainland in Ello. There have also been some delays on other initiatives as a more comprehensive plan is put in place for the show.

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Other articles that could have been included in the list tonight but didn't make the cut due to time constraints:
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Saturday, July 20, 2013

Episode 290: American Justice

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Summer time, as those that have stuck with the podcast over time, leads to episodes being posted extremely late. Thank you for your patience!  We talked about quite a few different cases, including what's happened since the verdict from the Zimmerman trial was released.

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Sunday, July 14, 2013

Articles for Episode 290: American Justice

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On rare occasion a story will break that other outlets don't get a chance to talk about before we do. With the timing of the Zimmerman verdict, we actually have the opportunity to be ahead of the "big names" with our thoughts and comments/

In this episode we are going to look at the results of the case as well as a number of other stories that focus on the American justice system.

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There are some other stories that caught our eye this week. Had the timing been different they may have been the main discussion. They deserve our attention as well, unfortunately that attention will have to be relegated to the comments section. Here are some other reading suggestions:

Friday, April 12, 2013

Video Comment 9: When is it Conspiracy?

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So there are times when something sounds like a tinfoil-hat conspiracy, but what is that tipping point?  In this video I talk about the claim made by an attorney that police actions to confiscate his weapons weren't accidental, rather they were an attempt to see how far the NY SAFE Act could be pushed.


How much of this is real and how much is paranoia is something the general public may never know.  Here's a link to part of the story: http://www.wben.com/pages/16021389.php?contentType=4&contentId=12784239  I've tweeted other relevant articles as well.

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Friday, November 9, 2012

Video Episode 5: An Open Letter to Republicans

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This is my "response to the election" post.  It's an open letter to conservatives and Republicans.  I am including this post as both a video and the actual letter.  Some of the wording is a bit different but it's worth watching and then reading.


For those that have listened to our Election Night coverage final episode on the podcast feed (you can get it by going to our TalkShoe page), you will no doubt hear how I initially reacted to the election results.  I, like so many other conservatives, thought that there was a good chance for Governor Romney to win the election.  I've taken a few days to digest the truth and fiction of the election results and want to share my thoughts and ideas on where we as conservatives need to go in order to move forward.  This is especially true for the Republican party.

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Episode 251: Looks Pretty Bad

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Well, as usual we didn't make it through all of the articles - actually, we didn't make it beyond the Kooks Among Us segment.  I tried but it just wasn't in the cards or the conversation this week.  Tom Clement of rposl.org joined in as the co-host and then we were also joined by Joesf as well as an unexpected visit from my mom!

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Articles for Episode 251: Looks Pretty Bad

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Originally I wanted to do an all "tinfoil hat" episode this time but other news prevailed. There are things out there that don't look good, for both parties. This episode is going to be broken into two segments.
  1. Kooks Among Us:
  2. Bad News for Obama:
There were a lot of other things in the news this week. Some of them could have fit in the theme of the show but there isn't enough room to cover every one! Feel free to bring up any of these in the comments section.

Monday, March 26, 2012

Episode 223: Taps, Tabs and Threats

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Well, this was a really fun episode with a ton of listener interaction and news articles that, for whatever reason, don't seem to make the evening news.  We even had two of our regular listeners join in for the last part of the show.

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We are now using Twitter to track the news articles that we may incorporate into the episodes.  If you want to follow along at home through the week, suggest articles or comment on a previous episode follow us @ECConservative and be a part of the conversation.


Sunday, November 20, 2011

Episode 206: So Many Bad Ideas, So Little Time

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Well folks, this time the show definitely did not go where it was originally planned!  Oh sure, we got through the opening article with all of its puns and groans, but after that, a completely different topic took center stage.  Luckily, it still falls in line with the "Bad idea" theme of the episode so the title didn't change.  Most everything else did.

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We talked about Internet Censorship, specifically, HR 3261, otherwise known as the "Stop Online Piracy Act" which is currently before the House Judiciary Committee and is expected to pass Congress as written.

Here are the links to other sites that we referenced in the podcast:

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Episode 117: Corruption and Health Care

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Tonight's show went quite long - almost 10 minutes over! There were a lot of things to talk about and... well... those things just happen some times!  I'll also warn everyone (and I do on the podcast as well) that the conversation about Toyota dips pretty far into the "conspiracy theory" gene pool.  Listen with your tinfoil hat tightly attached!

In tonight's episode we had to cover the obvious points. First off, a catch-up from something discussed last week about the school spying. Then we had Toyota, Rangel, Paterson and the Health Summit to talk about. It was a very interesting show with comments coming from SecondLife and TalkShoe, where we had a guest from "the other side" that spurred some of the conversation.

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As I say in the podcast, if you like the show, blog about us and tell four friends and blog about us! If you didn't like tonight's show, we invite you back next week (or in this case, for the next episode) where you will hear different words in a different order.