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Debating 'The Obama Doctrine' and BokoBrainghazi-Gate

LISTEN HERE: Reagan & Christie clash over whether Obama's cautious "do-no-more-harm" foreign policy fits the times and world after Bush's blunders. And does Fox have a new 2016 anti-Hillary mashup? On grading "The Obama Doctrine". Is...Show More Summary

Perdue Hints at a Tax Increase?

There are two words no candidate should ever utter in any campaign, especially one as tight as next week’s GOP Senate primary: tax increase. But front-running David Perdue may have done just that during a meeting with The Macon Telegraph’s editorial board. As reported by The AJC’s Jim Galloway, a Telegraph board member asked Perdue whether […]

Tea-Party Radio Host Wins Argument with GOP Candidate

If you really want to understand the dynamic playing out right now among conservative candidates battling each other to win the June primary election, I suggest you tune to conservative talk radio, even if it's only for the next couple...Show More Summary

Will ACA Late Surge Dismay GOP Fans?

By: Mark Green LISTEN HERE: Bob Shrum and Torie Clarke diagnose Obamacare on eve of April deadline. Growing from six enrollees on first day of website to nearly seven million, is this biggest comeback since Kentucky, down 31, beat LSU by two in 1994? Then, will regulation debate change after GM/Toyota lies cost lives? On Obamacare's Report Card. Show More Summary

Mini Gesslers on the Campaign Trail?

Love him or hate him, Scott Gessler has brought an activist's style to his job as Secretary of State (SOS), while others in his position, including Republicans, have tried to stay out of the partisan fray. Ditto for Colorado Attorney...Show More Summary

These New Jeff Rosenstock Songs Will Make it Feel Just Like Summer

Sure, technically spring hasn't even started yet, but who's ready for summer!? ME! I am! And so is former Bomb the Music Industry singer Jeff Rosenstock, who just posted a few bonus solo songs to accompany last year's (great) songs "Teenager"...Show More Summary

Lowry/Katrina Clash Over Arizona and Army and Ask: Bidding or Shooting War Over Ukraine?

By: Mark Green LISTEN HERE: The top editors at National Review and Nation debate the economics and morality of a) Arizona 1062, b) modern Pentagon budget and c) Kiev after Sochi. Looking 'into his soul', Lowry and vanden Heuvel agree Putin is dangerously confounding. On Russia and Ukraine. Show More Summary

Council to Vote Today on Taxi and "Ride Share" Regulations; Will Lyft and Uber Lobbying Pay Off?

Gotta give Uber and Lyft credit. In addition to providing a great service (and I don't dispute that in most cases the customer experience is clearly superior to that offered by traditional taxis), they've also put together a top-notch...Show More Summary

Is GOP Marriage Counseling the Path to Immigration Reform?

House Speaker John Boehner has announced that Republicans probably won't do anything on immigration reform, because "there's widespread doubt about whether this administration can be trusted to enforce our laws." Looking outside my window,...Show More Summary

BOTH SIDES NOW: Climate and Ukraine Heat Up... and Who's Today's Frank Underwood?

By: Mark Green LISTEN HERE: Shrum and Torie Clarke agree that Obama should use executive authority to mitigate Climate Change and to reach energy independence...and that U.S. lacks leverage in Ukraine Crisis. But because it's not Hungry 1956, Putin can't stem wave of democracy with troops. Show More Summary

Fairness and Balance, "Butt-Boy" Style!

State Sen. Bernie Herpin (R-Colorado Springs) surprised me last week when he thanked right-wing talk-radio host Peter Boyles for being "fair and balanced." Boyles immediately put his style of fairness and balance on display by calling...Show More Summary

"President" Boehner Calls Shots on Debt & Immigration as Erickson/Alter Clash & Concur

By: Mark Green Erick and Jonathan butt heads on the issues of the Debt Ceiling and Immigration. "No path to citizenship -- no GOP path to the White House." But the two then find consensus on NFL gay play, ex-felons voting, blaming Hillary...Show More Summary

Candidate Will Debate Talk-Radio Hosts But Not Real Opponents!

I was worried that the re-constituted Dan Caplis radio show (minus the occasional left-leaning questions from Craig Silverman) would turn out to be a combination of ritualistic chest-thumping and high-school cheerleading for Colorado...Show More Summary

Meet the Puppeteers Behind the Patient Compensation Act

Last week, Peach Pundit featured posts supporting and opposing Senate Bill 141, the Patient Injury Act. In a nutshell, the proposed legislation would attempt to reform the way medical malpractice litigation is handled in Georgia. Instead of a jury trial, a new Patient Compensation System and an accompanying Patient Compensation Board would determine payouts when […]

Talk-radio host should fact check Stephens' statement that GOP would rally around Stephens but not Buck

KNUS talk show host Dan Caplis sat silently behind his microphone last week while his guest, GOP Senate candidate Amy Stephens, said the Republican Party would not get behind her opponent, fellow Republican Ken Buck, if he wins the Republican nomination to take on Democratic Sen. Show More Summary

Anti-Abortion Senate Candidate Touts her Gender As Asset

In an article last week, The Denver Post'sKurtis Lee reports Rep. Amy Stephens' response to Ken Buck's comment Monday comparing pregnancy with cancer: "It's Ken again being Ken," Stephens, who is among several Republicans vying to unseat U.S. Show More Summary

High Velocity Radio hosts Dunwoody Mayor Mike Davis and others to discuss why Dunwoody is a vibrent community for business.

Podcast: Play in new window | Download For those who may not be aware, Mayor Mike Davis has done a wonderful job in making business retention and commercial growth a top priority. I highly recommend that anyone who wants to learn what...Show More Summary

Comparing cancer to pregnancy?

Apparently trying to connect to women voters, who arguably cost him a U.S. Senate seat in 2010, Ken Buck appeared on a Denver radio station Monday and discussed the differences and similarities between pregnancy and his recent bout with...Show More Summary

"You're a Tea Party Guy, Aren't You?"

If you're lucky enough to listen to conservative talk radio, you know that some GOP candidates are staying away from Tea-Party groups and radio shows, others are sliding up close to the Tea Party, and some Republicans are Tea-Party-Pure,...Show More Summary

Media omission: Coffman favors re-deployment of advisory troops in Iraq

On a Denver radio show Friday, Rep. Mike Coffman expressed regret that U.S. troops are not currently in Iraq, and he said that he'd deploy U.S. military personnel to Iraq, if they were invited, to serve in an advisory role. Asked byShow More Summary

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