The radio talk show on KMED in Oregon was lots of fun yesterday. Host Bill Meyer has thought long and hard about the problem of ignorant voters and government off the leash. Commenting on my work over the years, he said, “You are one big fat canary in the coal mine.” I admitted that it […]
Archive | April, 2006
Folks occasionally ask me what sort of response ATTENTION DEFICIT DEMOCRACY is generating. Here is the latest set of reviews & comments. (I don’t think the publisher is planning to put the “character assassinations” quote from the Washington Times review on the front cover of future editions). For more information on the book & links to reviews, […]
Having been a Boy Scout in my formative years, I was imbued with the need for obedience to law and respect for authority. But sometimes it gets a little difficult. Last evening, I was cycling back from Wendy’s, after a hilly ride looping around Rockville. I was coming down Rockville Pike on the sidewalk southbound […]
I will be on KMED radio on Thursday at 7:10 a.m. Pacific time. KMED is in southern Oregon – not sure how far the station’s signal at 1440 AM reaches. I don’t think there is a Listen Live option – if somebody knows different, let me know and I will amend here. Host will be […]
Just heard from Farron Cousins, with the Air America “Ring of Fire” program: Your interview with Mike Papantonio is scheduled to air on our show this Saturday. Ring of Fire airs 5:00-7:00 p.m. EST Saturdays and is rebroadcast from 3:00-5:00p.m. EST on Sundays in most markets. You can find your local Air America station at […]
The American Conservative just posted the full text of my “Defining Democracy Down” piece online here.
I’ll be talking about Attention Deficit Democracy at the National Press Club on 6:30 pm on Tuesday, May 2. Details here. The Future of Freedom Foundation is putting on the event. FFF events are very pleasant – lots of fine folks and good humor. Their invitation mentions Hors d’oeuvres, so I assume that donuts will not […]