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Not Just Voting: The Power of the Blog

March 16, 2005

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Creator of the Brad Blog Brad Friedman will be on the show to discuss developments regarding the sudden death of the man investigating allegations by programmer Clinton Curtis that the Republican Party was seeking to rig voting machines.
The “Velvet Revolution” to protect our right to vote in the future…
And the role of the blog in keeping our mainstream media honest…

Debate Tuesday

March 15, 2005

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Guest: Michael Lane, President of IntElephant Strategies, a consultant working to elect Republicans to political office

Bush Education Policy: Leaving Children Behind?

March 14, 2005

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How does the “No Child Left Behind Act” affect individual teachers/schools/school board? And why, in one conservative state (Virginia) are Republicans so against this Bush Education Policy?
Guest: Fairfax County, Virginia School Board Member Catherine Belter

Sunday Weekly Review

March 13, 2005

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Outing Closeted Gay Politicians

March 10, 2005

Today, we replay an INSIDE SCOOP classic, Mark’s interview with openly gay Congressman Barney Frank on when it’s appropriate to “out” gay politicians. Originally broadcast July 15, 2004.
Is it appropriate to “out” a closeted gay politician when he/she votes against gay rights?
How about a closeted gay staffer who works for a homophobe?
Our very Special Guest, openly gay Congressman Barney Frank of Massachusetts
and, in the second half of the hour: Chris Crain, Editor of the Washington Blade (Washington’s gay newspaper), which recently reported a gay staffer working for notoriously anti-gay Republican Senator James Inhofe of Oklahoma.

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