Showing posts with label Paterson. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Paterson. Show all posts

Episode 151a: Election Night coverage

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We waited until 9pm Eastern for the polls in New York to close before we started, but once we did it was a fun time with special guests Adam Graham of the Truth & Hope Report and Kirk and "Shamrock" Jim of The Zoo Radio Show.  Clocking in at 2 1/2 hours, this episode included results, analysis and robo-calls!  Special closing music was "When You're Holding a Hammer" thanks to Adam for pointing it out to me and courtesy of the folks at http://holdingahammer.com/.

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Tonight we had a massive turn-out in SecondLife and TalkShoe!  We thank everyone for listening and look forward to seeing the final results roll in as the "too close to call" elections get themselves worked out.  If you liked the show tonight, be sure to join us for the weekly show recorded Sundays at 8:30pm Eastern, blog about us and tell 4 of your friends.

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Articles for Episode 148: Judgement Calls

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Here are the articles for the Episode 148.  We'll be recording live at 8:30pm Eastern if you want to join in.

Many times in the news, "we'll see you in court," is the response I hear from union leaders or activists.  It seems that the judiciary have more power than most elected officials.  To some, they can tell the sun to rise in the west.  Tonight we discuss a sampling of recent judicial activity and what it means to you and me.

Episode 145: Wailing

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There's been a lot of noise in the media since this final round of primary elections. Cries are coming from every corner, especially the party establishment. On tonight's show we're going to discuss some of the broad accusations and statements pouring forth.

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Episode 133a: Counter-Intuitive

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After hearing about elements of the most recent spending bill, I just have to voice a rather counter-intuitive suggestion for the dim bulbs in Albany.

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Episode 131: Striking Stories of Strikes and Unions

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We've minced, we've visited Wonderland and we weren't surprised when things happened as promised. Tonight, we've got some striking news about a wide variety of things, starting at the Final Frontier and even less stable space cases.

Tonight was a very fun show! Ken and I managed to get the word "poop" in before the 5 minute mark and a couple of articles were added during the show itself. We had a lively audience in SecondLife and TalkShoe both. Additionally, I was able to get into SecondLife through AjaxLife again.

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Articles for tonight's show:

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Episode 123: Misguided, Misinformed, Misaligned and Misused

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For tonight's show we're going to focus on some of the more "what were they thinking," type articles. There was so much to pick from that this may span two episodes depending on how things go!

It was quite a fun show but also very "real" - I'm not going to edit out the bloopers, consider them an example of things that can "happen" and enjoy.

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Articles discussed on tonight's show:

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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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Episode 118: Where'd That Come From?

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In tonight's show we've got some things to catch up on along with a few stories that I was surprised to find. As usual, more is going on than can be covered in the 26 or so minutes that makes up the nightly news!

I think the most memorable part of this episode is going to be the fact that I when I voice the fact that I feel sorry for Gov. Paterson and was effectively told not to waste my emotion. We also ended with some words from Michael Moore address to President Obama - words that I'm not surprised to see and that further point to an extremely interesting election season. Thanks to Warpig for the link to that late in the show!

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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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Episode 116: Beer, Branding and Bruising

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We're back after a week off with a few interesting tales to tell and articles to talk about. There is a particular graphic that I wanted to discuss tonight - one that I had mentioned two weeks ago.

Before we got into that, there were some other stories that had to be discussed - the links to them are below.

Tonight's show was a bit bumpy - Ken and I were both exhausted. Additionally, some of the articles I originally found were from previous battles between Kay Bailey Huchison and Rick Perry. We also had a great crowd in the Talkshoe chat room with had good comments and conversation. For those that can't join in on the live recordings, we are working on a way to deliver the transcripts via the web after the show. For now, you just have to put up with me reading those comments I feel bear repeating.

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Articles in tonight's show:
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Taking a Weekend Off

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Everybody needs a vacation sometimes!  This upcoming week is one for me (Hatton) and things are playing out that the podcast can't be recorded.

So we thank everyone for following the show and invite you to join us next weekend when we pick things back up!  If you're dying for a conservative political podcast to listen to this week, here are a few that I listen to:

The Zoo Radio Show is a weekly show that records on Tuesdays at 8:30pm
Oatney on the Air is an off-schedule show by David Oatney
The Truth and Hope Report is a blog and podcast by Adam Graham

Additionally, here are some of the articles that have been shared in the past week - depending on the news cycle they may or may not make it in to next week's show:

After Sensationalized TV Report, Vandals Strike Nashville Mosque - This is an example of the fact that regardles of how well educated and "tolerant" a society can become, there is still ignorance, fear and hatred.

Cocaine found hidden among Valentine roses - I've heard of an intoxicating smell but come on!

Christian speech targeted as 'hate' - From the article - The note said, "You people are like the KKK but only in the form of religion ... you should be ashamed of yourselves." Guess the statement I made on the first article applies to this one as well - only this time the hatred seems to be coming from people that are demanding "tolerance."

NY boy, 11, faces charges over pencil attack - Right, let's arrest the students using pencils as weapons, not the ones using guns, knives and drugs. Great choice!

New York Senate Expels Monserrate Over Assault - Here's a lesson for anyone that wants to be in the New York Assembly - don't beat on your girlfriend... it could loose you your job!

Governor Paterson: "only way I'm leaving early is in a box""The only way I’m not going to be governor next year is at the ballot box, and the only way that I'll be leaving before is in a box..." BEST. QUOTE. EVER.

Comptroller: School reserves too rich - Given the economic crisis in New York, I don't blame the schools for stockpiling money. It's a bitch of a thing to have half your budget disappear.

Beer May Be Good for Your Bones - To quote Benjamin Franklin: "Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy."

Have a great weekend everyone and be sure to join us for the podcast next week!

Episode 106: Cojones

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In tonight's episode we're talking about the obvious presence or lack of cajones that are expressed in the selection of news articles. From a secretary that felt bad to Obama's Afghan decision, it's going to be a big case of balls! Join us tonight at 8:30pm or visit http://www.eastcoastconservative.com

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Episode 95: Do We Sound Like Seedy, Nutty Racists to you?

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Wow, there's been a whirlwind of screening going on for the President over the last week - everything from claims of racism to backing off on international protection. We've got to touch on these things but can not be swayed from the health care issues that are still hanging over our heads. Tonight's show has a bit of everything - from ACORN to Immigrants. Tonight's show is being released un-edited. There are some comments about SecondLife and a lovely little bit where I'm buying time while Ken gets a phone with a charge. Makes things a bit more "personal" when you hear what's going on behind the scenes. Here are the articles we talked about: Visit our discussion forum at RepublicanOperative.com by going to http://www.republicanoperative.com/forums/ecc-podcast-episodes/. Also, our facebook page is up and running and of course we have our store at Printfection.com/eccstuff. Thank you for your continued support and participation with the show. We also have a voice comment line! You can use the "Call Me" button to leave a voice comment at any time.

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Episode 82: What were we saying about foreign policy?

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In this episode of the podcast, Ken and I reflect on the warnings given to the Obama administration and show examples of how their refusal to at least acknowledge those warnings is now coming back to bite them in the rear end! When it comes to foreign policy, the liberal concept that "everyone will love us if we don't flex our muscles" has resulted in creating more harm than good for the US abroad. Last weekend I talked about the community at RepublicanOperative.com! This morning I got word that a message area specific to our podcast has been created! You can access it by going to http://www.republicanoperative.com/forums/ecc-podcast-episodes/. Also, our facebook page is up and running and of course we have our store at Printfection.com/eccstuff. Articles discussed during the show:

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Episode 75: Surviving the 100 Day Pandemic

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This weekend's show has to cover those monumental records that were set this week - Obama's 100 first days, his first New York City scare and our first major medical scare since he took office. We've got some other things on the list as well including a real-life super hero and Patterson's latest flub. Items included in tonight's show:

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Episode 60: History and the Future

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Tonight's episode started off with both hosts going way off topic - with a discussion about movies and history and historical reenactment. We finally pulled it together enough to get the show on the road! Not only that but we had some technical difficulties as well with Hatton being unable to log in to SecondLife and interact with that crowd. Starting off with a conversation about the new cease fire in Gaza, where both sides say they have won! One thing to note - the Israeli army plans to be out of Gaza before we have a President Obama. Ken and I swap ideas on why this is. Do you have an idea why they're doing this? Email your thoughts on this topic to conservativepodcast@gmail.com. Moving on to an impending action that Hatton has ring-side seats to, we pick up the issue of the Senecas and their cigarette taxes. After Gov. Patterson signed a law requiring wholesalers to certify that cigarettes sold to reservations would only be resold to natives, Seneca Nation President Barry Snyder has gone into action. The Senecas are preparing for an embargo and have invoked a clause from a 1794 treaty, calling on the incoming President to provide the protection of federal troops. All of this in the name of taxes... or power. Speaking of taxes, the tax payers in New York City will now be fronting almost $400m more for the completion of the new Yankee stadium in the form of a bond. This was approved even though the project is over budget and behind schedule. Amazingly enough, the cracks are stating to show on the left, especially with the mainstream media. We're actually starting to see articles that are turning a critical eye to Obama and his policies. One that was interesting was a commentary by Victor Davis Hansen that looked at who was really to blame for things the left has been making noise for the last 8 years. Also, publishers are willing to show signs of trouble in the creation of the Obama administration. They're also asking about the need for the near police state of the inauguration. Hatton also had to read the words Obama spoke from the steps of the Lincoln memorial. why would the next President say that he is hopeful that America will survive?? Finally near the end of the show we were joined by Tom Millican - an unaffiliated independent candidate in the 2008 presidential campaign. We discussed some of the issues that are still unresolved about Obama, including his birth and his backing.

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Episode 57: Obama's Tax Cuts

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Well, it's the last show of the year (we're taking next week off) and Hatton is in Oklahoma. After some discussion of travel and gas prices, we focused on three items: 1. Gov. David Patterson's new budget, which includes such absurdities as a tax on sugary sodas, an increased tax on cigarettes and taxes on downloaded media sales. 2. In a stunning example of how different Islam is from anything the West understands, an EIGHT year old was denied a divorce request from a FIFTY EIGHT year old man. 3. Finally, buried deep on the second page in a single paragraph, Obama's finally admitting that his new economic package will include some tax cuts ... (go to the second page, it's there).

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This has been a great and fun year for both Ken and I. Thanks to all of you who listen and participate! If you have any comments, email us at conservativepodcast@gmail.com or join on for another show. If you liked the show, tell three friends or blog about us. If you didn't come back next year (January 4th) when you'll hear different words in a different order.
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