I’ll be on Cincinnati’s WLW this morning at 11am ET to discuss El Paso, immigration, and crime.
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I can make this one!
I had to download “IE Tabs” just to hear you…but I did it for looooove, Radley.
good job, Radley.
Wow! That was great. The host asked you meaningful questions about your article instead of trying to talk you into a corner. Props to him. Props to you. Shame on Dobbs.
Also, thanks for the assimilated and successful children of Arabs shout-out. I do what I can.
do you find that hosts are usually do deferential to you?
And now we’re going to cue the rednecks who say that the “statistics fail….’cuz I gots anecdotes!”
*usually so deferential
oh my god, some guy just accused Radley of being backed by La Raza.
Dang, missed it. Any idea if the interview is going to be archived anywhere? Sounds like the interviewer was more on-point than Dobbs was last night.
Oh, and @TAO — IETab rules. But only because IE itself sucks.
is the dobbs interview archived?
Bush “Hold Gitmo Prisoners Indefinitely” = Bad; Obama “Hold Gitmo Prisoners Indefinitely” = Good
You can listen to the show in the July 7 archives.
Radley’s part starts at 53:50.
I love how Lou misrepresents his own posistions.
He does not want Mexicans in the country at all, he does not want their products in our country and F*CKING knows it.
Mike McConnell is one of the few conservative talk radio hosts I don’t mind listening to. He’s not a demagogue and is usually fair to guests with opposing views.
There are few things I like about living in Cincinnati. Mike McConnell is one of them. Wish I’d be able to listen; i’ll be sure and grab the archive. :)
McConnell is great. Go to 700wlw.com and look for podcasts. I’m sure it will be on there. Good job Radley.
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