Showing posts with label Debate. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Debate. Show all posts

Articles for Episode 252: Internet and Foreign Policies

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There have been a lot of claims that this election cycle is more polarized than ever. In this episode we're going to look at some of the things happening online and overseas. Here are the articles we're going to be talking about tonight:
There was a lot of news during the week, here are some other articles up for discussion:

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.

Video Episode 3: Post Debate Comment

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After watching and listening to the first Presidential debate tonight, I had to record a quick comment and response.  What did you think?



I also assigned something of a homework question, which I'll see about putting up as a poll as well.  Did "candidate" Obama provide the same level of specifics and details for his plans in 2008 that his campaign is now asking Romney for?

Episode 244: Framing the Debate

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Wow!  Tonight's episode went as planned but it definitely had a few explosive moments... in the interest of showing that we're not all mind-numbed robots, there's an interesting exchange that you'll need to keep an ear out for somewhere in the audio.

We talked about the concept of "Framing the Debate" and asked one homework question: What good sound byte can our side make to reset various debate issues.  These include taxes (specifically the concept of the 1%) and abortion.  Tweet your ideas to me at @ECConservative or post them as a comment here.

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Articles for Episode 244: Framing the Debate

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For so long, the folks on the left have appeared to dominate the talking points when it comes to political debate. Tonight we're going to look at examples of these, including the Aiken Incident, and talk about ways to counter assertions. While we're going to be talking in general terms on some issues, there are articles to back up what much of the concept. Here they are:
Of course there's other news out there, here are some other things that could be talked about:

Episode 236: Poor Planning, Bad Ideas and Desperation

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Well, this episode did run a bit off plan, however there was a lot of good conversation!  Instead of starting off right away with the normal flow of things, we began our show talking about the results of the Egyptian election.

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Articles for Episode 236: Poor Planning, Bad Ideas and Desperation

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I know, I know, the subject is somewhat nebulous, but with the range of articles we had this week, it was the best way to summarize them! We've got Kerry, Obama, the military, Holder, MSNBC, Romney, the NSA and even a cheapskate moment. This episode may end up a bit chaotic but we'll have fun getting it there, join us if you can. Recording starts at 8:30pm Eastern or you can listen any time at http://www.eastcoastconservative.com. Articles are posted at Here are the articles for the episode.
There was a lot going on in the news this week. I'm pretty sure I missed some things, but here are some other articles ripe for the commenting:

Episode 191: Shocking Comments

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In the wake of the signing of the debt deal, a lot of interesting comments have been made by members of both parties.  Tonight we're going to continue our conversation on the concepts of tone and words used and the impact they have on our nation.

What a fun show we had tonight!  Ken made it in for the introduction before his vacation schedule pulled him off the call, but we were joined by two of our regular listeners, TriSec - a "Boston Liberal" (his words, not mine) and Shoramin.  What followed was a fun discussion that included some serious conversation about what is going on in Washington.

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Articles for Episode 191: Shocking Comments

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We work to try not to echo the things said by other hosts, but sometimes that just can't happen. Here are the articles for this episode:
We had a ton of articles that didn't make it into tonight's line-up. Here they are:
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Episode 190: Unity, Convictions and Consequences

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This weekend's episode was tough to put together. There is so much going on and, as you see below, there's a lot of different news going on. In this episode, we look at the sub-currents around the Debt Ceiling news and the overriding themes that seem to be playing out.  It also took some editing and was delayed in being released.  Our apologies for that.


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Articles for Episode 190: Unity, Convictions and Consequences

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This weekend's episode was tough to put together. There is so much going on and, as you see below, there's a lot of different news going on. In this episode, we look at the sub-currents around the Debt Ceiling news and the overriding themes that seem to be playing out.

Here are the articles for this episode:
We started including all of the articles that didn't make the cut in the show notes so, if you don't want to read about the same thing we do, you've got more to comment on. Here are the extras:
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Episode 120: It's All About the Vote

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Tonight's episode featured a special guest co-host, David Oatney, host of Oatney on the Air and Tennessee State House Examiner for Examiner.com. I don't think I have to elaborate too much on the subject for tonight's show - it's obvious that history will record the actions of the House of Representatives this day.

While there were some articles for follow-up from past episodes, I had thought that some time during the show the actual results would be known. Unfortunately I didn't take into account the time-burning effects of such a collection of wind-bags when they have complete control of the media.

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Links for tonight's show:

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Episode 105: Commentary and Reasoned Debate

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Tonight's off-scheduled show is brought to you by the letters "Y" (for yelling), "I" (for "impatient") and the number 42, which is either the average airspeed of a coconut laden swallow or maybe it's the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything. Or maybe both. Regardless, it's been a bit of a slow news week and with all the different issues that have come up recently with hot-button items, I felt it was time we talked about debating, discussions and arguments.

Some folks might wonder why we would bring up debating when we're a commentary show. That's part of the issue: some times people need to know the differences and seldom do they understand them.

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