Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Refuge Podcast #69 - Mid Session Review

The latest news and the views of Maryland's leading conservative opinion makers await in the next installment of the Conservative Refuge Podcast. You can listen by clicking the icon below:

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The blogger roundtable with Mark Newgent and special guest Jason Rheinstein discuss the latest from Annapolis as the 2009 General Assembly Session heads into the final stretch. How will the key issues of this year's session be resolved? What surprised lay in store? Our blogger contributors offer their insight and opinion.

I also share some listener feedback to our report on the Citizens for Better Government. I also share a response from the group itself.

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Greg Kline
Host, Conservative Refuge Podcast

Sunday, March 08, 2009

Refuge Podcast # 67 - Where the Money Went, Now we Know

The original podcast covering conservative, Republican politics is back with a hard-hitting report follow-up report on the Citizens for Better Government detailing where the money went. You can listen to this controversial report by clicking here:

I predicted that these statements would also be proven false when the group issued its 2009 campaign finance report.

As we detail, I was more right then I knew.

You need to listen to the details of the group's report that shows that they raised only a small fraction of what they claimed, lost nearly $30,000 last year, spent over $40,000 in fundraising expenses, nearly $10,000 in legal fees and have only a tenth of the money they claimed without reporting a single dollar in contributions to candidates or the Republican Party.

Listen in for all the details of this scandal!

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Greg Kline
Host, Conservative Refuge Podcast

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