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Friday, 9 July 2010

Back in the Saddle

Filed under: Media, Philosophy, Politics — Tags: , , , — mikewb1971 @ 4:42 AM (04:42)

Current mood: happy

After two long years of being “off the air,” The Weekly Sedition returned to the Channel 27 schedule last night at 8 PM MST.

For our first night back, we kept it simple, as the Quote-Unquote staff had changed the equipment setup in Studio B. For example, the new character generator (CG) system, a “Video Titlemaster 2000,” takes a lot of getting used to. I’ll have to spend some time in the studio practicing with the new system, as I had gotten quite good with the old one.

As I was setting up the studio for the show, I noticed that Paul Gessing of the Rio Grande Foundation had arrived at the Channel 27 offices. No, he wasn’t there to be our guest, but to meet with the Coalition to Stop $30 Billion to Israel. Paul admitted that they’re “lefties”, but said that he’s got to be able to work with people he doesn’t see eye-to-eye with at times. Still, expect a “Swift Boat” campaign against Paul of the kind used against Adam Kokesh should he ever decide to run for public office, especially a federal office. Especially if he runs as a Republican.

What did we talk about on our return to the “airwaves” ? What we usually talk about — excessive public spending, regulations over the private sector, corruption of government officials, rights of the accused, rights (and duties) of the juror, among other things.


NOTES

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