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The New York Times is reporting tonight, Bill Clinton to Have Key Convention Role WASHINGTON — Former President Bill Clinton is set to play a central part in the Democratic convention, aides said, and will formally place President Obama’s name into nomination by delivering a prime-time speech designed to present a forceful economic argument for why Mr. Obama [...]

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Walter Olson is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute’s Center for Constitutional Studies. He is also the man behind a great blog, Overlawyered, that turns 13 today! Congratulations! Finally, Walter is the author of a great book, Schools for Misrule: Legal Academia and an Overlawyered America. Tonight he returned to Pundit Review Radio to [...]

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Kevin on July 1st, 2012

It was great to welcome back to WRKO Four Tier Strategies media hound co-founder Brad Marston. In addition to his political consulting work, Brad has become quite the pundit as well, appearing frequently as a commentator on Fox 25 Boston and even Al Jazeera. Tonight we obviously talked about Obamacare and the decision made by Chief Justice Roberts. Bottom [...]

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Kevin on June 28th, 2012

Katie Pavlich has been out of college for two years yet she’s already schooled the entire Washington DC press corps with her reporting on Fast & Furious. Just an amazing job. She’s written a book now, Fast and Furious: Barack Obama’s Bloodiest Scandal and the Shameless Cover-Up. I’ve followed this story for a year, and I learned [...]

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With Fauxcahontas-gate entering month number two, we welcomed back to WRKO William Jacobson, an Ivy League law professor, to talk about Elizabeth Warren and her, ahem, authenticity problem. In the new media, this scandal has been advanced in two places, Breitbart, and Legal Insurrection, Professor Jacobson’s outstanding blog. The fact that Elizabeth Warren is still [...]

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Political season is heating up and so is the rhetoric. As your friendly RINO host in a conservative medium like talk radio, I am in a position where weekly I find myself disagreeing with callers, whether over social policy or the presidential aspirations of the likes of Herman Cain. On the radio, I always try [...]

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Kevin on April 16th, 2012

It was great to welcome Stephanie M. Davis (@StephanieMDavis on Twitter and Facebook) back to WRKO and Pundit Review Radio. She has been a frequent guest over the years and remains one of our favorites. We discussed the War on Fauxrage, Women and Race last night. We tool some good calls and had an all [...]

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