Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Podcasting Liberally

Although The General did stop by for a little fun, he unfortunately did not participate in this week’s podcast, but lucky for us, the esteemed Dave Neiwert of Orcinus, did. David Goldstein (now blogging at Huffington Post as well as his own Horse’s Ass), moderated a discussion on a wide range of topics including, Porter Goss and his hooker posse, the Sonics whining for a new stadium, hate crimes, Net Neutrality (re-branded Internet Freedom) and why Sen. Maria Cantwell just can’t seem to get it right.

Joining Goldy and Dave in the discussion were, Lynn (always nice to have another female on the panel, plus her voice is particularly pleasing to the ear), Carl, Will and myself. All and all a pretty interesting discussion and most importantly, nobody got hurt.

The show is 56:23, and is available here as a 36.2 MB MP3. Please visit for complete archives and RSS feeds.

[Recorded live at the Seattle chapter of Drinking Liberally. Special thanks to Confab creators Gavin and Richard for producing the show.]


Blogger Chad Shue said...

Just had to stop by and say how much I appreciate you standing for true Liberal values at these events. Yours is like the voice in the wilderness when these pseudo-Progressives get together to do their Vince Lombardi impressions (Winning isn't everything, it's the only thing")
We should not have to do whip counts on "values votes".


Chad (The Left) Shue

8:34 AM  
Blogger The (liberal)Girl Next Door said...

Chad--It is very often Carl and I on one side, and everyone else on the other. The thing is, I honestly believe that standing on principle makes for good political strategy! People may not have liked what Bush stood for, but the fact that he stood for something got him an awful lot of votes. I just wish that the Democrats would get it, that if they stand on principles that people actually like, they will win by even greater margins.

It's time for the Party to engage in some serious soul searching. Without a soul, we're just the walking dead (or something like that).

11:24 AM  

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