Sunday, December 18, 2011

Episode 210: Be Of Good Cheer

In this episode we featured an interview with Joe Goldner, Conservative candidate for the 20th congressional seat in Florida.  The interview takes up almost the entire episode but Joe has so much more information available on his website,  JoeGoldnerForCongress2012.com, including a form that will let you send a "Pink Slip" to Debbie Wasserman Schultz, incumbent Democrat and chair of the Democratic National Committee.

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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 210: Be Of Good Cheer

On this episode we have a special guest, Joe Goldner, Conservative candidate for US Congress from Florida! Apart from the interview, we've got articles discussing people sharing the Christmas spirit and politicians not. Join us for our recording sessions at 8:30pm on Sunday nights! Here are the stories and links for tonight:

Monday, December 12, 2011

Episode 209: Understanding and Concessions

In this episode we actually talked about the concept of concessions and compromise!  We also had some follow-up articles that had to be included and a disturbing story from Montana about what is and is not considered journalism.

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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Episode 208: Talking Money

Back to our regularly scheduled recording times! This episode was a lot of fun!

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Sunday, December 4, 2011

Articles for Episode 208: Talking Money

Our founding documents afford the individal many protections, including concepts like free expression, religious worship and, "the pursit of happiness." In this episode we've got some interesting articles talking about the concepts of free speech and spending money. Join us for the recording session Sundays at 8:30pm on TalkShoe! Here are the articles for this episode:
Many of the "extra" articles actually fit the subject for the show. Unfortunately we can't fit them all in every week. Here are the other stories that caught our eye:

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Episode 207: Thanks or Governing?

We had to record this episode a little early because of the Thanksgiving holiday, and with the rush of getting back to work, posting it to the site was a bit delayed. There is much to be thankful for, especially the continued support we get from all of our listeners!
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This episode officially starts our fifth year of the show. Over the years the technology has changed but the message has stayed the same. We have worked to provide listeners with more ways to hear us and now we want to hear from you. Let us know what you think about the new site look, what we're talking about or what youthink about an article we may have skipped. Thereis more to come on the site too!
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Saturday, November 26, 2011

Articles for Episode 207: Thanks or Governing?

It may be Thanksgiving, but that doesn't mean the news stops! In this episode we're looking at a selection of articles that covers everything from Black Friday to the next election.

As mentioned in the announcement, the recording for this episode will be on Saturday, November 26th at 10:30am Eastern time. Articles for the conversation:
Of course there were other stories that caught our eye. The list is a bit shorter this week but still has a lot to digest!
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, normally 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.

Friday, November 25, 2011

Recording Schedule Change - This Week Only

Hey folks!  During last weeks show I mentioned that the recording session for this week's podcast would have to be changed.  Well, Ken and I talked about it and we are going to be recording tomorrow, Saturday 26th at 10:30am Eastern.  Show notes for the podcast will be posted later tonight.

As the title of this post states, this is going to be a one time change.  Next weekend we will be back to our usual recording schedule, Sundays at 8:30pm Eastern.

Thank you for your continued support of the podcast!

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Episode 206: So Many Bad Ideas, So Little Time

Well folks, this time the show definitely did not go where it was originally planned!  Oh sure, we got through the opening article with all of its puns and groans, but after that, a completely different topic took center stage.  Luckily, it still falls in line with the "Bad idea" theme of the episode so the title didn't change.  Most everything else did.

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We talked about Internet Censorship, specifically, HR 3261, otherwise known as the "Stop Online Piracy Act" which is currently before the House Judiciary Committee and is expected to pass Congress as written.

Here are the links to other sites that we referenced in the podcast:

Articles for Episode 206: So Many Bad Ideas, So Little Time

For some reason, when presented with a number of choices, it seems that people lately have been taking the worst option available. In this episode we talk about a number of different articles were bad decisions seem to be the flavor of the day. Here are the articles we've lined up to discuss:
Of course, there was more going on in the news this week. Here are the articles that didn't make the list:
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.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Episode 205: What Ever Happened to Common Sense?

There are many things going on in the news lately that just don't seem to make any sense.  In this episode we talk about some of them.


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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Episode 204: Gone Too Far

This episode includes an interview with Raymond V. Davis III, independent candidate for US Congress for West Virginia's 1st district.  You can find out more about Raymond at his website, http://raymondvdavisiiiforuscongress.webs.com/.

We also had time to talk about a few news articles in the episode!  As I said in the show notes, some things have gone too far.  We had a fun discussion about some of those items.


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Sunday, November 6, 2011

Articles for Episode 204: Gone Too Far

I think it's fair to say that some things have gone too far - whether you are talking about spending, campaiging or protesting. In this episode we talk about some stories pointing out where politicians, preachers and pizza guys have taken things a bit too far. Join us for the conversation every Sunday night at 8:30pm Eastern.

Here are the articles for this episode:
There were, of course, other stories we could have talked about">here are more than a few:
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Thursday, November 3, 2011

Episode 203: The Scary Truth

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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Sunday, October 30, 2011

Articles for Episode 203: The Scary Truth

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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Monday, October 24, 2011

Episdoe 202: What's That You Say?

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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Sunday, October 23, 2011

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

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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Monday, October 17, 2011

Episode 201: What Next Big Thing?

 So much of the news this week has been focused on either the protests against banks (and capitalism by extension) and the actions that Iran tried to do.  In this episode we worked to talk about those other stories that didn't make the top headlines or all the news feeds.


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Saturday, October 15, 2011

Articles for Episode 201: What Next Big Thing?

What happens when one or two stories steal the spotlight for a news week? Simple, everything that doesn't ring as loud gets lost in the noise. We try to find those stories, pull them out and bring them up for conversation. Here's what is on the list for this week:
Unfortunately, our show is also restricted in time, so here are the articles that didn't make the line-up:
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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Episode 200: What Do We Do With This?


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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Sunday, October 9, 2011

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

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.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Episode 199: Not As I Does

It seems like the Administration has put a new patent on the old concept of, "do as I say, not as I do." Unfortunately, given the articles for this episode, the phrase comes out more like, "not as I does." The stories up for discussion tonight hilight some of the strange decisions and outright errors that are being made by the Obama administration.

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Sorry for the delay in posting this episode.  Life in the "back to school" time can be hectic, and the last few days is great evidence of that!  The nomination process for the 7th Annual People's Choice Podcast Awards is now closed, and we thank anyone that submitted our show for the award.  According to the site, the "Top 10" for each category will be announced on Saturday, October 8th with voting instructions.


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Sunday, October 2, 2011

Articles for Episode 199: Not As I Does

It seems like the Administration has put a new patent on the old concept of, "do as I say, not as I do." Unfortunately, given the articles for this episode, the phrase comes out more like, "not as I does." The stories up for discussion tonight hilight some of the strange decisions and outright errors that are being made by the Obama administration.

Here are the artciles for this episode:
Here are the articles that we found interesting but didn't make the line-up:
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.

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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Episode 198: Words Mean Things

I've said the phrase, "words mean things," for quite some time. This time it was the subject for the show.  We got rather side-tracked on a couple of articles but made the point.


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We are still asking our listeners to nominate us for the 7th Annual People's Choice Podcast Awards.  We're running in the "Politics/News" section and the number of nominations actually impacts a show's placement on the voting when all is said and done.  Only the top 10 shows nominated will be eligible to be voted on.  We're asking for your help in putting us in the "Politics/News" category at http://podcastawards.com/.  You can only put one nomination form in, so if there are other podcasts/genres you want to nominate for, get them together and submit them before September 30th.

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Saturday, September 24, 2011

Articles for Episode 198: Words Mean Things

I've said the phrase, "words mean things," for quite some time. Tonight it's the subject of the show. We're going to talk about some of the articles that bring up words being said and their implications.
Here are the articles for this episode:
And those that didn't make the list:
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.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Episode 197: Endorsements and Advise

Since the primary season is coming on us so quickly, it seems that many folks are already beginning to make endorsements and giving advise for the 2012 election.

We had quite a few folks join us for the conversation tonight! If you want to join us, put it on your calendar! We record every Sunday night at 8:30pm Eastern Time. If you visit our recording page at http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/75570 there is even a countdown to the next scheduled episode.

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We are asking our listeners to nominate us for the 7th Annual People's Choice Podcast Awards.  We're running in the "Politics/News" section and the number of nominations actually impacts a show's placement on the voting when all is said and done.  Only the top 10 shows nominated will be eligible to be voted on.  We're asking for your help in putting us in the "Politics/News" category at http://podcastawards.com/.  You can only put one nomination form in, so if there are other podcasts/genres you want to nominate for, get them together and submit them before September 30th.

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Saturday, September 17, 2011

Articles for Episode 197: Endorsements and Advise

Since the primary season is coming on us so quickly, it seems that many folks are already beginning to make endorsements and giving advise for the 2012 election. Join us for the conversation about what's being said on Sunday night at 8:30pm eastern.

Here are the articles for this episode:
Here are the other articles we had on the list:
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.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

7th Annual People Choice Podcast Awards

I know we've talked about supporting the show in a number of different ways recently.  Here's one more way you can do just that, and it won't cost you anything!

It is nomination time for the 7th Annual People's Choice Podcast Awards and this year, we're asking for your help in putting us in the "Politics/News" category at http://podcastawards.com/.  You can only put one nomination form in, so if there are other podcasts/genres you want to nominate for, get them together and submit them before September 30th.

Thank you for your support!

Monday, September 12, 2011

Episode 196: Remembering, not Repeating

We take time in this episode to reflect and remember the people impacted by the events of 9/11.  That said, we can't stop everything that we do simply because we mourn, and so after a moment of reflection we move on with our conversation.  Tonight we had a good show with many different topics covered.

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Sunday, September 11, 2011

Articles for Episode 196: Remembering, not Repeating

Those who forget history are doomed to repeat it. This statement is something we all should bear in mind as we discuss the news and issues and reflect on the events that have passed in the past decade. Join us for the conversation tonight at 8:30pm Eastern or listen any time using the player on the right.
Articles for this episode:
Here are other artciles for your reading pleasure:
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.

The music for this episode is called "Silence" and can be fount at FreePlayMusic.com.

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Episode 195: This is Supposed to be Organized?

This was a fun episode to record and, as has been the case lately, we didn't get through all of the articles!  There's a lot to discuss beyond the items we managed to cover here.  Be sure to check out the show notes for the articles and video we reference in the show.

Two links I mentioned that I'd add when I posted the show; first was for an article written by one of our listeners and posted here in October of last year entitled The Tipping Point.  The second was for a sci-fi short I recently listed to over on EscapePod, entitled Union Dues – Sidekicks in Stockholm which I listened to and then heard about the September 17 stuff.


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Articles for Episode 195: This is Supposed to be Organized?

We often hear the President referred to as a, "community organizer." Unfortunately, I think he may have lost his skills in the organization department long ago, as the articles we have on tap for this episode point out a large amount of confusion and discontent, even within his own power base.

Also, you may notice a poll on the right-hand sidebar of the site. We're looking at a new way to create high-quality silk-screened t-shirts at an affordable cost. It's my own opinion that the shirt designs may sell better if we don't rely on an outside service for the production and delivery. Unfortunately for that to work we need to know what kind of demand we have from our listeners. Please take a moment to answer the poll before it closes on 9/19 so we can get a good idea of what folks want. Thanks!

Here are the articles for this episode:
And the runners-up are...
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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Episode 194: Claims and Ammunition, Part 2

Looks like I made a title mistake on the "Articles For" posting.  Ah well, if you're looking for the podcast link, find it here:

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