Allison Kilkenny: Unreported

Jamie’s Possibly Last Gig! Also, Arlen Specter, Bad TV, and More Chomsky

Posted in BTR, Citizen Radio, politics, Tea Party Movement by allisonkilkenny on May 6, 2009

large_arlen-specter-switching-partiesListen here: http:​/​/​www.​breakthruradio.​com/​index.​php?​show=​6811.

Citizen Radio’s last episode from Australia!

This week, Allison and Jamie discuss Arlen Specter switching to the Democratic party, and why that means the Republican and Democratic parties are more similar than you may think. Also, find out what Arlen Specter has to do with bears and monkeys!

Jamie falls in love with bad television…agai​n!​ Marvel at his ability to take a show about Greek sororities and fraternities seriously.

Next up: Jamie’s possibly life threatening upcoming gig in Boston, tea-baggers, and what Janeane Garofalo said to anger Republicans.

Citizen Radio will be interviewing Noam Chomsky again this month, so stay tuned for more wise words from the man the New York Times calls the most important intellectual alive. Listen to Citizen Radio’s first interview with Mr. Chomsky here

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  1. drmyers said, on May 6, 2009 at 3:43 pm

    Hey there
    Enjoyed you blog, and I have read a few of the other ones as well. Take a look at my blog: drmyers.wordpress.com; dealing with Specter (http://drmyers.wordpress.com/2009/04/29/personal-or-political-specter-jumps-ship/).
    I’d love to dialog with you about perhaps placing a link there so my readers could take a look at what you’re doing.
    Again, keep up the suburb work!
    Thanks,
    Aaron Myers
    Twitter.com/aaronmyers
    Ceoexchange07@gmail.com
    Drmyers.wordperss.com

  2. Lamont Cranston said, on May 7, 2009 at 2:37 am

    doesn’t it just mean the Democrats are as rightwing as the Republicans when he was with them?
    Anyway just two factions of the Business Party.

  3. allisonkilkenny said, on May 7, 2009 at 2:38 am

    Exactly.


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