Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Podcasting Liberally

Things got a little loud during this week’s taping, it must have been the jinx of someone telling me beforehand that one of the things he really enjoys about the show is how we let each other speak and don’t talk over one another. Oh well, with six loud mouthed liberals sitting at one small table, it was bound to happen sooner or later.

Joining in the discussion this week was Chair of the Washington State Democratic Party Dwight Pelz, Carl, Will, Michael from Blather Watch, Sandeep, myself and of course our host Goldy. Yet again we discussed the Green Party and the Republicans inability to govern but we touched on some new topics as well, like the voter disenfranchisement of felons and I tried to get a discussion going about fascism and although it never really took off, it did keep coming up. It’s one of those things that sounds like flame throwing when you toss it out there (which was not my intention), but when you start discussing how this administration operates, the comparisons have a way of popping up on their own.

So have a listen, it’s almost an hour long and available here as a 51.2 MB MP3. Check out PodcastingLiberally.com for RSS feeds and archived shows and a special thanks to Gavin and Richard for their excellent work in producing the show.

5 Comments:

Blogger Yellow Dog said...

There's alway's at least one panel member who makes the drinking part of drinking liberally very seriously.

4:10 PM  
Blogger Howard Martin said...

who was it this week, in your opinion?

5:37 PM  
Blogger The (liberal)Girl Next Door said...

I'm staying out of this one!

5:45 PM  
Blogger Yellow Dog said...

I have a hard tme keeping up with who is speaking, but one fella was definitely very drunk.

6:06 PM  
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4:00 AM  

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