Showing posts with label Protests. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Protests. Show all posts

Episode 352: Don't Come Around Here No More

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Well we may not have done Tom Petty proud but we did a good job talking about the theme of the show! It was a lively conversation and a fun time.

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Articles for Episode 352: Don't Come Around Here No More

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Sometimes people just have to be told when they're not welcome. In this episode, we're going to look at a variety of areas where people have had that message delivered in a number of interesting ways. 

Articles for this episode:
Just a bit of extra reading for the week
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Episode 347: Jumping the Shark

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We managed to talk about jumping the shark without doing so ourselves (unless you count the madlibs, I don't). It was fun but if you're Obama-sensitive you might want to turn away. There are a lot of interesting nuggets, including mentioning of an NPR story about the EU's regulation on vacuum cleaners and Happy Days.

For those of you who missed the MadLib during the recording, here are the results:
A recent scary poll shows that the majority of people are terrified of public governing.  They would rather walk across burning jacobites or swim in goat-infested waters than give a speech in front of nuns.  This hearty fear can be overcome in five easy voters:
1. Organize all of your gym teachers on a piece of plank.
2. Remember to start your speech with a funny Senator.
3. When speaking, look your audience straight in the feet and speak in a strong and stupid voice.
4. Be simple.  Never use damaged words that are over the audiences eyes.
5. Always keep a pitcher of mercury next to you, in case your shin goes dry.

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Articles for Episode 347: Jumping the Shark

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The concept of Jumping the Shark is used when a production does something extraordinary in order to attract attention but instead signals its decline. The phrase came from the Happy Days episode in which Fonzie literally jumped a shark in a stunt.

These days, the term applies to almost anything and tonight we're going to look at politicians that have been doing an excellent job at it.

Articles for this episode:
Just a bit of extra reading for the week
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Episode 346: Teachable Moments

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We're a little late on posting the episode this week. No mad libs but a lot of fun talking about the teachable moments that appeared in articles from the past month or so.

I'll be posting the words for next week's Mad Lib on Wednesday or Thursday. You can be a part of the show by adding your words! The more we get the more interesting the results can be!

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Articles for Episode 346: Teachable Moments

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In this episode we're going to focus on some teachable moments that have come up in the past few months. We're going back over a long period of time with these articles but they're still relevant today! No mad lib this week. Yes, some are disappointed but there were some personal items that prevented the proper execution of it this week.

Articles for this episode:
Just a bit of extra reading for the week
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Episode 263: Broken Standards

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Well, true to the subject there were lots of "broken" things to discuss.  It was an enjoyable time but also rather eye-opening when it comes to the American standards that seem to be in serious need of repair.

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Articles for Episode 256: Battle on the Homefront

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Another interview with a Veteran, this time with author and SEAL Carl Higbie, author of Battle on the Homefront.

 Ex-Navy SEAL Carl Higbie gives notice--and delivers a blueprint for success--to those who want to join him in saving the American Dream. Battle on the Homefront lays out his personal mission of saving the American Dream.

His mission is reminds Americans of what is important: tight focus on their own personal responsibility and accountability to shift the tide of the “progressively collapsing society” of the United States. “We are at a fork in the road. I returned from my tours of duty in the Middle East to a country I loved, but no longer recognized.

We've become an entitlements-centric society, and we can no longer afford for those of us working hard to foot the bill for those who are too comfortable accepting free money from the government. Let’s be honest. We all know someone who didn't even start looking for a job until his or her two years of unemployment was coming to an end. This insanity has to stop."

 Read more about Carl and his book Battle on the Home Front at http://battleonthehomefront.com/

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:

East Coast Conservative joins the SOPA Strike

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I have made the decision to "black out" the blog portion of the East Coast Conservative Podcast for the day in joining the "SOPA Strike".  You can find more information about this at http://sopastrike.com.

Why would a conservative podcast join in on something like this?  The answer is simple, it's not in an effort to promote piracy, it is in the simple fact that the legislation as written creates a set of federal powers that neither the Constitution nor the constituency would ever have thought of approving.  The legislation, as written, has the framework to create a form of legalized censorship that no individual or small business would have the finances or clout to overcome.

In short, the bills contain the ability for the freedom of expression, regardless of political or societal bent, to be censored.  This is at odds with the most basic freedoms that are guaranteed to all people.  Sites across the Internet have joined in with this protest and we are proud to add our voices to this day.

- Hatton

Episode 211: Reflections and Predictions

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We had a fun time talking about what was and what we're looking forward to in 2012.

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We did not get a chance to get to most of the articles on our reading list this week, so I encourage you to visit the show notes article and comment on them!

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Articles for Episode 211: Reflections and Predictions

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It's our first episode after Christmas and New Years, what better time to reflect on 2011 and talk about what's to come in 2012? Here are the articles for this episode:
Of course there are those stories that didn't make it to the list for the show but caught our eye. Here they are:
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Episode 203: The Scary Truth

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Sorry for the delay in posting this episode to the website, there have been quite a few things going on this week that have kept me otherwise occupied - and not any kind of occupation movement!

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Articles for Episode 203: The Scary Truth

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Okay, so the truth can sometimes be scary, especially when it reveals something other than what is considered politically correct or popular. Here we have a group of articles that point out the truth that some people would rather have avoided.
There were a lot of other articles that came up, including some interesting slants on the Occupy activities and official reactions and actions to them. They didn't make the list but of course we link to them in case you want to read them.
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Episdoe 202: What's That You Say?

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Well, the last week has been full of interesting things being said, many of them not so politically expedient or prudent. That's what is up on deck for this episode!  We were joined by a few extra callers, including my mom!  As I anticipated, we only managed to get through a few of the articles, yet the conversation was lively and educational.

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Mom's bit of advice: Choose your battles.


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Articles for Episdoe 202: What's That You Say?

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It's amazing what comes out of the mouths of children and politicians. Sometimes they aren't so far apart. Here are the articles we're going to discuss for this episode, which includes some interesting examples.
And, of course, there were stories that bear linking to but didn't fit either the subject or the time constraints.
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Episode 200: What Do We Do With This?

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There are some sound bites from the last week that leave most of us asking the question, "what do we do with this?" In this episode talk about what's been said (or done) and what might be done about it.

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Articles for Episode 200: What Do We Do With This?

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There are some sound bites from the last week that leave most of us asking the question, "what do we do with this?" In this episode we're going to talk about what's been said (or done) and what might be done about it. Here are the articles for this episode:
If you want to comment on any of the articles, please feel free to start a discussion here, or email them to conservativepodcast@gmail.com. Join us for the recording session live at 8:30pm Eastern time by visiting http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/75570. You can also listen to our show and many other conservative podcasts at the Red State Talk Radio Network. If you want to listen to the podcast on your mobile phone, you can listen using Stitcher Radio.
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