Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Wake Up AM Podcast show # 28

This week:
-Russ Feingold may be emerging as a leading candidate for the Democratic nomination, but don't take our word, we have lots of clips from the man himself to convince you -Assault on the internet, we need to fight back -The Supreme Court strikes a blow against campaign finance reform -Rush Limbaugh caught with illegal Viagra, we have a shocking revelation as to why he needs it -Dueling Presidents, this remix features a debate between two Presidents, one president who opposed the rise of the neocons and one who represents the culmination of their rise to power (thanks to Carl at Cyber Punk Radio) -Nancy has a shocking confession about her political past - AND Kathy's son may not have go to Iraq! Let's make sure no one else goes! It's our longest show yet, so stay with us to the end!
Listen Now! (show#28)
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Blogger citizen shelly said...

Nancy, we all have skeletons in our closet, don't feel bad. Kathy, I hope your son really doesn't have to go, I'll cross my fingers that it holds! Japan isn't so bad... and there won't be any war with North Korea anyway. There can't be.
I get advice from people to swear more. Then other people tell me to stop swearing entirely, so the moral is, you have to do what feels right. If it comes out, it comes out. It's not unprofessional, it's human!
I have to listen to parts of this one again though, there was a lot in it and Feingold especially is always great to hear.

Keep up the great work!

8:17 PM  
Blogger Wake Up America Podcast said...

Thanks for the feedback Shelly.
I will let them know you left a comment.
(I think they hardly ever check the blog, just me. And if they do, maybe they won't see this because it's in paratheses)
We also had a discussion about how long our podcasts are getting as we almost totally free form it. We decided we might get more listeners if we start shooting for an hour. What do you think?

6:42 AM  
Blogger floridasoapbox said...

Listened to the whole thing while working...loved it, as always. I do understand your concern as to the length, it's hard to keep people's attention for more than a few minutes nowadays (which is why I try to keep the Florida Soapbox to 30 minutes whenever I can). For a podcast such as WakeupAm (which involves more than one person, unlike mine), I think one hour should be about right. Wouldn't matter much to _me_ though, I'd still listen regardless of length...

11:37 PM  

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