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Well, it's Monday again. I don't understand how this keeps happening.

Another thing I don't understand, but which I wouldn't mind at all if it kept happening, is the fact that there were over the weekend, we passed 200,000 downloads of the show for the month of February!

The weekend's gun stories will be on the agenda, no doubt. And a review of the day's news. Plus the pundit world will be falling all over itself in the run-up to the State of the Union address.

We'll find a way to make fun of it all.

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Originally posted to Daily Kos on Mon Feb 11, 2013 at 05:30 AM PST.

Also republished by Daily Kos Radio.

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  •  good morning (3+ / 0-)


    Reporting for duty, Vatican City!
    @ColbertforSC via web



    Senate passes xxxx, House action uncertain.

    "Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies." - Groucho Marx

    by Greg Dworkin on Mon Feb 11, 2013 at 05:38:05 AM PST

  •  Am I the only one cranky about this? (0+ / 0-)

    OK, I get that some people connected with this site thought expanding into radio was the greatest thing since rice cookers. I'm not one of them; if I wanted radio, I wouldn't be sitting here reading at my computer.

    Now that we know there's radio, do we really need this massive push on the front page every single day, with all the details on how to find it and all that? How about a small button over on the upper right, so people who want radio can click on it, and the rest of us can find the stuff we really came here for?

  •  Rugbymom (0+ / 0-)

    Yes, you ARE the only one who is cranky about this.

    But all kidding aside, ........... I would think that if you are a progressive that you TOO would be jumping up and down with excitement.

    Liberal talker Ed Schultz has pointed out that wherever there is progressive talk radio available, the Democrats generally do well in local elections.

    In the red states it is very difficult to even FIND any liberal tallk radio.

    We should be doing everything that we can to push Kos radio. If I had a million dollars I would advertise Kos radio on cable TV shows to get more listeners

    There is a horrendously unfair lack of liberal talk radio in this country.

    There are large parts of this country where liberal talk radio is not available. At all !

    Radio talk host Bill Press, in his book "Toxic Talk", (which I highly recommend) says that about 90% of talk radio in this country is conservative.

    Here in Hawaii, we get liberal talker Thom Hartmann on the radio for a few hours in the afternoon. And that's about it.

    But the conservative talk channel here goes on all day.

    So I think you can imagine the way it is in some of the red states.

    Long live Progressive Radio !

    "Love Is Why We're Here"

    by Paniolo Joe on Mon Feb 11, 2013 at 11:29:05 AM PST

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