Showing posts with label Alternative Energy. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Alternative Energy. Show all posts

Saturday, December 19, 2015

Front Porch Political Talk Episode 46: Political Ignorance

Just on the heels of what I feel was one of our best episodes yet, we have an example of what some can rightfully call, "agreeable disagreement." It's worth the listen and asking yourself the questions we pose.

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Sunday, December 13, 2015

Articles for Front Porch Political Talk #46: Political Ignorance

While the year draws to a close the political campaigns continue to heat up. During the stump stops and fundraiser dinners many things have been said that raise eyebrows and that's part of the subject for this episode. We are also going to look at some trends that continue to grow and raise concerns of their own.

This episode won't be especially kid friendly only because of some of the implications of language used both in the recording and the referenced articles.

Articles for this episode:
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Sunday, May 11, 2014

Episode 332: Against Their Nature

We had a lot of good conversation in this episode, including a coupe of self-admitted stereotypes and some very unintended puns. I also end the show with a thought for the week and look forward to feedback in the comments or email.

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Articles for Episode 332: Against Their Nature

It's difficult for folks to do things that are against their nature. In this episode we are going to look at articles with outcomes that surprise us and others that do not.

Articles for this episode:
Some extracirricular reading for the week.
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Sunday, April 13, 2014

Articles for Episode 329: Can't Want That

One of the cutest things I've heard was my then 4 year old nephew say, "can't want that!" He was talking about a bad thing happening and he had the perfect answer for it. In this episode we're going to look at a number of different articles that would bring out the same response.

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Articles for this episode:
Some extracurricular reading for the week.

Sunday, November 17, 2013

Articles for Episode 308: Reassuring Words

There are times when we just need to hear some reassuring words. They are rare these days and when present are hard to interpret. Looking at the article list we've got stories that might be reassuring for some people more than others.

Articles for this episode:
Just a few other articles to add for reading this week.
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Sunday, November 10, 2013

Articles for Episode 307: Following the Rules

After our last few episodes I think it's time to take a look at some areas where rules, both new and old, are sometimes followed and sometimes broken. We've got a number of stories on a variety of topics to talk about. It promises to be a fun time!

Articles for this episode:
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Sunday, September 22, 2013

Episode 300: Guns, Jobs and Money

We had an excellent time talking with Assemblywoman Jane Corwin from New York.  A large amount of the conversation was spent discussing the New York SAFE Act but several other topics were covered as well.  While we didn't touch a single one of the articles on the list, we definitely covered the subject material very thoroughly.  It's interesting to hear the situation from the viewpoint of someone that's involved in the process.

If you want to learn more about Assemblywoman Corwin you can visit her website at JaneCorwin.com. The show notes also includes a short biography.

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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Episode 299: Mind Your Own House Part 2

As promised, we continued going over the amendments proposed in Mark Levin's The Liberty Amendments. It's an interesting collection of history and suggestions for cementing the spirit of the founders back into the Constition. Again there wasn't one that every person on the call agreed with but the book brings out the way the country has changed substantially since its founding.

Be sure to be available for our 300th episode! We are going to be joined by Assemblywoman Jane Corwin for the show to talk about New York, Gun Control and what's going on to address the overreach that has happened in the state. It's going to be a special episode for a special milestone!

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Also, please be sure to visit our sponsor! You can get a free 30 day trial at Audible.com as well as a free audiobook by going to http://www.audibletrial.com/eastcoastconservative and signing up. We're still recommending The Libery Amendments by Mark Levin as your free audio book with the trial.

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Sunday, September 15, 2013

Articles for Episode 299: Mind Your Own House Part 2

There's the phrase, "Mind Your Own House," which is typically uttered to someone that is too busy calling out the failings of another while their own situation isn't much better. We seem to be in that state in the US now. We are continuing the conversation around Mark Levin's proposed Liberty Amendments and some news stories that fit in neatly with his suggestions.

Articles for this episode:
Very light on the Twitter feed again this week. Here are some other articles for your enjoyment and education.
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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Episode 270: Behind the Green Curtain

Well, as promised there are a lot of things out there that are being used to distract and misdirect the American public that we talked about in this episode. We had quite a time breaking things down and pulling them apart.

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Also, please be sure to visit our sponsor! You can get a free 30 day trial at Audible.com as well as a free audiobook by going to http://www.audibletrial.com/eastcoastconservative and signing up. The recommended book for this week is "American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History" by Chris Kyle and Scott McEwan.

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Monday, February 25, 2013

Articles for Episode 270: Behind the Green Curtain

Watching the news and events that happen on a weekly basis, I've come to the conclusion that there is some serious manipulating going on by either the President or someone close to him. In this episode we're going to look at some blatant examples of this.

After this episode's recording we are back to our normal Sunday night recording schedule!

 Thanks to everyone for working with us on the change and for your continued support! Articles for this episode:
There are many other stories as well… not as many as last week, but they are still worth checking out!

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Articles for Episode 257: A Season of Change


Important note: For those that join us for the live recording sessions, we will be starting the recording tonight at 10:00pm Eastern instead of our usual 8:30pm.  This is a one-time change to accomodate some schedule conflicts.

Contrary to what some may say, there is plenty that will be changing on the political scene in the next four years.  This episode is going to be our conversation point for the recap of the election and where the country appears to be heading for the future.

Here are the articles on the board for this episode.  We may or may not cover them:
There's more news out there as well. Here are some other articles worth linking to:
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Monday, January 30, 2012

Episode 215: Dirty Jobs

Well, we didn't let a little ditch distract us from catching up and recording this week's podcast! We followed the same articles - to a degree - and had a fun time for a Monday night recording. With the primary in Ken's home state tomorrow, we spent some time on that subject and talked about how dirty a job politics really is.

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Sunday, January 29, 2012

Articles for Episode 215: Dirty Jobs

Yes, there are plenty of places that have jobs that will get you physically dirty. Politics can also be considered a dirty jobs and that's what we're going to talk about in this episode. Here are the articles we've got lined up for this episode:
There's always more to talk about. Here are more stoires to talk about:
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Saturday, May 14, 2011

Articles for Episode 179: What Are They Talking About?

Here are the articles that we're planning on talking about during the podcast for May 15, 2011.  As you may have noticed in last week's podcast, we did not make it through all of the articles.  If we don't get to one and you want to discuss it, be sure to let us know!  You can either post a comment here or email us at conservativepodcast@gmail.com.


They're talking, are we listening?  In this episode we are going to discuss some of the messages that have been sent by judgements, bills and speeches.  Join us for the conversation at 8:30pm on Sundays or listen any time here!

Saturday, September 11, 2010

What’s Left to Say?

by SecondLife Author Shoramin Femto
Obama and his team of carefully selected insurgents have been inspected, commented, identified, and revealed. He and they have few secrets left to hide. Their agenda is clear. It is nothing less than the gutting and abandonment of the Constitution; all this in the service of the destruction of the capitalist system. Numerous commentators have explored the implications and pointed their fingers. The only remaining support outside
their revolutionary movement lies with those who share that agenda, most of the media and the entitlement generation.

During the final stretch of this election season, we must repeat the warnings and their unveiled comments and actions constantly. On election day, no one must allowed to forget things like the Mao ornaments on the White House Christmas tree, Van Jones, ACORN, and the SEIU and Black Panther thugs; all endorsed and supported by AG Holder and the White House. But ... is there anything new to say? It seems that Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh have fully exhausted the subject of the left’s evil intentions?

So, besides ensuring that no one can forget as they vote in November, what else should we be doing? I’m afraid that we are playing chess one move at a time without looking ahead. We are generals who only plan for victories with no thought to what comes after. (Think Iraq, Rumsfeld, and Tommy Franks here.) We should seriously and publically be thinking about what to do if the right a) Takes both houses of congress, b) takes just the House of Representatives, c) gets its ass kicked again.

We should be making a list and checking it twice. What are the major problems? What should be our goals? What is within our reach? What should come first? So let’s start with the list. Here are my choices for the top.

The United Nations: This is the most pressing problem we have. We should assume an observer status only and stop all funding until it rectifies its many problems. Congress has the power to do this through its checkbook. If the UN doesn’t correct itself over the next two years, the next administration should leave the UN entirely and insist that they move the damn thing to Geneva or Mecca.

Iran: We should take out their nuclear capability completely using what ever means the job requires (Boots and bombs). When they have the A-Bomb, they will use it. Remember, they are insane. Next we should aggressively persuade Iran’s client states (Syria, Lebanon, and Afghanistan) that they have made a very bad choice. I doubt that Obama has the balls or inclination but congress should go on record supporting any nation that undertakes these actions.

Energy: We should place a substantial import tax on all imported energy ($30.00 a barrel sounds right). This will encourage domestic production and drive international prices down. Our costs will rise only slightly. All generated revenues should be invested into rapidly building nuclear plants based on Traveling Wave Technology. This construction should proceed as a national emergency and be managed as a critical defense project. No preference to union labor should be allowed. Obstructing construction in any way should be a serious felony resulting in long prison terms. Again, congress has the power to do this.

Labor/Management Relations: We should pass a national Right-to-Work law making all union membership optional. Coercion to join or not to join unions should be made a serious felony resulting in long prison terms. This too is within the power of congress.

That’s my list. Clearly there are other things in need of attention. But these have the shortest fuse in my opinion. Note I did not include the economy. My suggestion… leave it alone do nothing. We’ve screwed it up enough.

Lastly, all these plans MUST include effective and firm responses for when the world (Friends and enemies) try to thwart us or dissuade us. In many cases our response should be to just ignore them. But we should be prepared for very serious countering moves that will cost us severely. We should be prepared to pay for our own lunch and to retaliate in Kind. For example, what should happen if the left stages a general strike and most unions comply? What should we do if Iran blows up the Vatican or invades Iraq? What should be our response when/if Saudi Arabia unleashes jihad from its radical mosques planted in the US to punish us for loss of oil revenues? All these scenarios must be fleshed out and understood. And we should make plans several
moves ahead that do not include caving, apologizing, or surrendering.

Monday, May 31, 2010

Episode 130: Of Cabbages and Kings

On this Memorial day weekend, we can't help but feel like we're living in the odd world of the Looking Glass! In New York we've had the new Knave of Hearts anointed, in Louisiana Obama and his entourage seem to have recreated the Walrus and the Carpenter and Congress has decided to shuffle in a new suit into the military's deck of cards while the Anglican Archbishop chastised the Episcopal church for ordaining an openly gay bishop. Along with those topics we had a remedial lesson on Memorial Day versus Veteran's day and talked breifly about the Korean situation.

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Articles for tonight's show (not including articles that were broguht up during the show, unfortunately.)

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