February 13, 2006

Allen Town

In my latest AmSpec column, I look at how George Allen's undeclared presidential campaign faired at CPAC.

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February 10, 2006

Podcast #3d: Bill Frist at CPAC

Bill Frist came by Blogger's Row and answered a few questions from Andrew Alexander Brunk of Save the Gop, Andrew Morse of Anchor Rising, and me. This one runs 2 minutes, 29 seconds.

Download the .mp3 here.

UPDATE: Aakash Ruit points out that I called Alexander Brunk by the wrong name (in the podcast, I actually say "Alexander Brunk" once and "Andrew Brunk" once). Sorry!

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Podcast #3c: Pat Boone at CPAC

This is some truly cringeworthy stuff: Pat Boone sings about the Pledge of Allegiance for CPAC attendees. The performance, bookended by my commentary, runs 5 minutes, 17 seconds.

Download the .mp3 here.

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February 09, 2006

Podcast #3b: Civil Liberties at CPAC

Georgetown University Law Professor Viet Dinh and former Congressman (and American Spectator contributing editor) Bob Barr debated civil liberties this afternoon, and I recorded their opening statements for you. This one runs 23, minutes 40 seconds.

Download the .mp3 here.

Note that I accidentally put a little too much silence between the end of Barr's remark and my sign-off. Sorry about that.

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Podcast #3a: Immigration at CPAC

Here are a few quick clips from this morning's immigration reform discussions at CPAC. This edition runs 2 minutes, 41 seconds.

Download the .mp3 here.

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Live From CPAC

I'm sitting at Blogger's Row at the Conservative Political Action Conference, and I'm hoping to get some podcasting done while I'm here, so stay tuned. And check AmSpecBlog for text-based commentary.

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February 01, 2006

Clap Trap

In today's AmSpec column, I look at Bush's State of the Union address and the reactions on the Democratic side of the Capitol.

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