If you missed it over the weekend, Episode 41 of the Hinderaker-Ward Experience is a fun show, and still timely. I posted this on Saturday:
Last night, Brian Ward and I covered the good–a terrific interview with Roger Simon and his wife Sheryl Longin–the bad–Lance Armstrong–and the ugly–the bizarre controversy over Manti Teo’s nonexistent girlfriend. This is how Brian described the podcast over at Ricochet:
The Hinderaker-Ward Experience (HWX) podcast returns for a special Friday night edition.
Over some Sierra Nevada Ruthless Rye and a hardcore brandy and eggnog, the boys bump their heads up against the debt ceiling and contrast President Obama’s current strident condemnations of Congressional resistance to raising the debt to Senator Obama’s past strident condemnations of Presidential requests to raise the debt. They also come to terms with telling lies in America through the dark glass of Manti T’eo and Lance Armstrong.
Next they delve into the exotic world of thespianism when they are joined by the great Roger Simon and Sheryl Longin, for an entertaining discussion of their new play, The Party Line.
Things then wrap up with the Loon of the Week (featuring Constitutional scholar Danny Glover), This Week in Gatekeeping (featuring a serial columnist fabricator), and this weeks Ricochet Listener/Member of the Week – the legendary Sean!
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We hope you enjoy and thanks for listening.
I especially commend to your attention the interview with Roger and Sheryl and their new play, The Party Line. It weaves together two stories, separated in time by 70 years or so. One concerns Walter Duranty, the corrupt New York Times reporter who won a Pulitzer Prize for covering up for Stalin; the other features Pim Fortuyn, the assassinated Dutch politician. The Party Line is a colorful, entertaining two-act play that would be fun to see performed, but it is also great to read. You can buy it at Amazon here.
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