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Episode 2: A Cautionary Tale

The main topic today is a column by Michael Fumento about why he broke from “the extreme Right”. His experience is a cautionary tale for any hyper-partisan, on either side of the aisle.

I also look at New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg’s proposals for micromanaging residents’ food intake, and wonder, if this isn’t a slippery slope, then where would the end of the line be? If you can’t draw it, it doesn’t exist.

Mentioned links:

Andrew Ian Dodge “Dodge for Senate”

NYC Anti-Salt Crusade Demands Gov’t-Run Shelters Turn Away Donated Food

Bloomberg wants to outlaw big, sugary drinks

Health panel talks about wider food ban

Bloomberg backs plan to limit marijuana arrests

My break with the extreme right, by Michael Fumento on Salon.com

Obama Derangement Syndrome

Filed under: GovernmentNanny StatePartisanship

Episode 1: An Introduction

This is the very first episode of my political and cultural opinion podcast, “Consider This!” We’ll be coming to you on a “semi-irregular” basis, meaning that a show comes out when I have something to say. And I’ll say it in 10 minutes or less (mostly (I hope)).

But this isn’t just a monologue. Feel free to e-mail me or put a comment on these posts, or tweet me at @ctpodcasting. Let’s hear what you think to. Warning: Anything you say can, and just might, be used on a future episode. You have been warned.

In this episode, I give you some my background; just who is this guy, and why should I take what he says for granted. The answers are: nobody, and you shouldn’t. However, let me just add my perspective on the issues of the day, and you may just be tempted to consider this.

Mentioned links:

Homespun Bloggers

Shire Network News

Anti-Scott Walker Guests Dominate The Ed Show by 237 to 1

Filed under: Media

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