Wednesday, October 24, 2007
In our opening segment, we visit the "Nut Ball Box" and I explain why WBAL radio personality Ron Smith belongs in the Nut Ball Box. You need to hear the outrageous and offensive comments of this popular local radio personality claiming that our armed forces are engaged in a genocidal war to control middle east oil.
Our blogger roundtable convenes, with regular contributor Brian Griffiths and guest blogger Mark Newgent, to discuss the rumors that Governor O'Malley may leave the mess he has made in Maryland to become Hillary Clinton's Vice Presidential candidate. With rapidly falling poll numbers, does O'Malley see the VP spot as an escape hatch for his political career or will his proposed massive tax hikes ruin his chances for national office? Our blogger contributors offer their insight and opinions.
In our closing segment, I relate some listener feedback concerning the recent gay marriage decision and the O'Malley tax proposals. I also share an update on the tax proposals being considered in the upcoming special session.
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Monday, October 22, 2007
Republicans Third quarter Election cycle to date
Rudolph W. Giuliani $118,100 $655,060
Mitt Romney $104,989 $602,023
John McCain $122,090 $455,745
Fred Thompson $160,050 $160,050
Friday, October 12, 2007
The Conservative Refuge blog and Podcast will be taking a short hiatus as Kline family heads to Disneyworld. We will return to normal programming in the next couple of weeks and sprint toward out 50th show.
Due to technical difficulties and the constraints of time we were unable to produce a recent podcast featuring a great blogger roundtable with Brian Griffiths and Mark Newgent discussing the O'Malley VP controversy. I apologize to Brian and Mark and hope to share that segment, and many more like it, very soon.
Friday, October 05, 2007
Tuesday, October 02, 2007
Monday, October 01, 2007
While an official statement is expected next week, sources indicate that the Marylanders for Thompson effort will be led by House Minority Leader Tony O'Donnell and Senate Minority Leader David Brinkley.