Our radio show today was one of the best ever. With the political season reaching a crescendo, we discussed the issues of the day and the Republicans’ resurgence, talked to Senatorial candidate Mark Kennedy, and fielded some great calls, including one from one of our favorite listeners, Michele from Stillwater.
One of the show’s highlights was our interview of White House Press Secretary Tony Snow. Tony gave our listeners a priceless glimpse inside the White House, and explained why he greatly admires President Bush. He talked about the White House press corps, with a generosity and good humor that, frankly, I would never be able to match. And he described how he goes about his job as Press Secretary, keeping up to date on a mind-numbing range of issues.
Talking to Tony Snow, you can’t help but be struck by what a person of genuine good will and good humor he is. He actually likes Helen Thomas and David Gregory; not only that, but he explains why in terms that we can all understand and relate to.
You can download or just listen to the podcast here. Or, as always, you can subscribe to our podcasts on iTunes by going here.
I want to say a special “thank you” to Nick Novak of Salem Broadcasting. Salem sent Nick to the Patriot as program director, a post for which he is plainly qualified as he appears old enough to be a high school graduate. But Nick is one of the most capable people I’ve encountered in the radio industry, and when we told him that our podcasts have had chronic audio quality problems originating in the file we get from the Patriot, he quickly tracked down the problem and fixed it. So from now on, our podcasts will have the audio quality you would expect, given that they come from a radio station.
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