Scott Brown

This was a double treat for our eight anniversary show on WRKO. One of my favorite guests has been Eric Maddox, author of Mission: Black List #1: The Inside Story of the Search for Saddam Hussein—As Told by the Soldier Who Masterminded His Capture. This book was fantastic and the story of how Staff Sergeant […]

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Kevin on December 5th, 2011

It was great to welcome back U.S. Senator Scott Brown to WRKO’s Pundit Review Radio. The topic of the night was returning veterans and the challenges they face finding work. We had Iraq vet Sam Bowlby and Vietnam vet Bruce Mcquain with us when Sen. Brown joined the conversation. He has been a leader on […]

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What a great way to start the show last night with a surprise call from Scott in the truck! Yes, U.S. Senator Scott Brown gave us a call as he was driving home last evening. Good to see that Washington DC hasn’t changed him, because over the past six years, when he was simply State […]

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This was a real treat last night. About twelve minutes into our interview with GOP Lt. Gov. candidate Richard Tisei, we got a call from his old friend and colleague Scott Brown. It was great to have Scott back on the show, and to be able to introduce him as a United States Senator. Here […]

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Even the smug, arrogant ‘aren’t we too cool’ guys at Gawker are impressed with our new Senator, Is Scott Brown the Most Normal Man in America? Jay Leno is known for being middle-of-the-road. But compared to Scott Brown, Leno is a gay hippie communist smoking hash out in weirdo Los Angeles. Brown was on Leno […]

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Kevin on January 25th, 2010

Last night on WRKO I started by throwing the phone lines open so people could talk about Tuesday’s thrilling election. We got a lot of great calls, from Coakley and Brown supporters. A call from a young man by the name of Sean from West Roxbury was especially impressive! I noted how impressed I was […]

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Kevin on January 21st, 2010

If there was a singular moment in the Massachusetts Senate campaign it was during the debate when Scott Brown stuffed it to moderator David Gergen, “With all due respect, it’s not the Kennedy seat, it’s not the Democrats seat, it’s the people’s seat.” That line, and the arrogance and entitlement it took on, was the […]

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