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BTR: The Alaska Republican Party Chairman-Randy Ruedrich on Katcha KLOO Radio

Posted by Thunder Pig on June 23, 2008

Here is a very informative show you might want to check out, scheduled for 6/23/2008 at 12am:

Please check out the show if you are still awake.. est-12:00 We have representatives who say they are conservative, but vote for every liberal/socialistic idea proposed. Is there still room for a conservative in the GOP? We will have a guest join us he is informative on Alaska politics and most issues that are associated with Republicans. Join us, we pose some questions to the Alaska Republican Party Chairman-Randy Ruedrich. How is Republican defined in the eyes of Alaskans? Is it helpfulwe have a governor who demonstrates everything opposite of being a Republican? Should a conservative think twice about running for office in Alaska?

Chatroom

If you can’t make the show, you can listen on podcast, which will usually be available an hour or so after the show ends.

I download the shows via the RSS Feed.

Posted in Blog Talk Radio, citizen journalism, conservative talk, Online Media, State Government | Leave a Comment »

The Ed Morrissey Shoe Show for June 19th

Posted by Thunder Pig on June 19, 2008

I need to remember to do this more often. Here is Ed Morrisey discussing the topics of the day from 3pm to 4pm via a live videostream:
Webcast by Ustream.TV

Posted in citizen journalism, Live Event, Online Media | Leave a Comment »

A Fund To Elect Conservatives to the U.S. Senate

Posted by Thunder Pig on June 17, 2008

Red State Radio interviewed Senator DeMint (R-SC), and you can listen here.

More information about the fund.

Posted in Audio, citizen journalism, Conservatism, Online Media, US Senate | Leave a Comment »

Flag Day Rally in West Chester, PA

Posted by Thunder Pig on June 17, 2008

Here is a video excerpting the Flag Day Rally in West Chester, PA this past weekend:

This Ain’t Hell was there to blog about the event, and links to other bloggers who were there.

Here is how Skye recorded the festivities:

Yes, the same Skye who was slapped by a male hippie from the Chester County Peace Movement.

Posted in america, Blogs, citizen journalism, Flags, Victory, World War IV | Leave a Comment »

Michael Yon Returning To Action

Posted by Thunder Pig on June 10, 2008

Citizen Journalist Michael Yon is heading back to cover the war:

I have left the United States and am heading back to the war.

Heavy promotion of Moment of Truth in Iraq is over. I conducted approximately 100 radio, television, magazine and newspaper interviews, therefore was unable to do much more than track the war from afar. There are more radio interviews scheduled, but I’ll be talking from downrange. Moment of Truth in Iraq hit #6 on the Amazon bestseller list, and #2 on Barnes and Noble, which greatly surprised me.

Michael Moore has stopped the copyright infringement on my work, but his attorney has not responded to my attorney’s requests to negotiate a settlement. Out of courtesy, we’ll give Mr. Moore a little more time. But if he refuses to afford us the professional consideration of returning communications, we’ll have to file a lawsuit and meet them in court.

Source: Michael Yon

Godspeed, Michael. And I sincerely hope that you sue the pants off Michael Moore.

Posted in citizen journalism, Iraq, World War IV | Leave a Comment »

North Carolina Federation of Republican Men

Posted by Thunder Pig on June 9, 2008

Here is another video shot by Richard Bernier (of URTV‘s Sound Off Buncombe) while he was at the NC GOP Convention this past weekend:

NC Federation of Republican Men

Posted in citizen journalism, NCGOP, Sound Off Buncombe, URTV | 1 Comment »

SpaceVidCast Live Weekly Show for June 5th

Posted by Thunder Pig on June 6, 2008

I have been meaning to post this Live Show for longer than I would like to admit, and am just now getting around to it.

The show starts at 10pm Eastern Time, and I hope you enjoy it.

Until the show starts, you can watch NASA TV streamed right here.

Posted in citizen journalism, Human Spacefilght, NASA, Online Media, vlogcast | Leave a Comment »

Celebrating Nikwasi 2008

Posted by Thunder Pig on May 20, 2008

I hope I witnessed the beginning of an annual event in Franklin this past Saturday.

The designation of the Nikwasi mound as a Cherokee Heritage Trail is an important step toward preserving this important historical site for future generations of Maconians, Cherokee, and passerby to enjoy and ponder the past.

I took a great many photos, some of which can be found in this previous post where I embedded a Slide Show, and an excellent adjunct can be found at Ruminations From the Distant Hills.

Here is the promised video of my witness of the events on Saturday. I missed the Story Tellers and most of the Gospel Singing because I was in line waiting on food…maybe I can catch them next year.

The video took over 2 hours to mixdown on my machine, and it has been processing at blip.tv for over an hour. Click the link above to view it on the show page. I’ll edit this post to include the embed once it has finished transcoding to .flv format.

The video is just under an hour and 38 minutes.

Posted in citizen journalism, Documentary, Event, Franklin, history | Leave a Comment »

Don Yelton on Sound Off Buncombe

Posted by Thunder Pig on May 20, 2008

Cross-posted on WNC Citizens Blog.

Richard Bernier, of URTV‘s Sound Off Buncombe (Charter Channel 20), sat down with Don Yelton for an hour, and here is the video. It will be airing later in Buncombe and Madison Counties.

Posted in Buncombe County, citizen journalism, GOP, Sound Off Buncombe | Leave a Comment »

Blog Talk Radio: Katcha KLOO with Syrin

Posted by Thunder Pig on May 18, 2008

This is a delightfully entertaining show I have found on Blog Talk Radio that focuses mostly on Alaskan issues. Even if you are not from Alaska, give it a try.

The show is at midnight Saturday, and Syrin, the host, plans to discuss energy.

This episode’s chatroom.
Syrin’s BTR Homepage

Remember that you don’t have to listen to the show live…you can use the RSS Button to subscribe to the show, and download it from your RSS Reader and listen at your leisure, that’s what I do. I listen while working around the house on the weekends…especially since many of the good shows are on after my early bedtime.

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