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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Rock / Metal band Voodoo Moonshine's Jeff Losawyer to the Show!
Voodoo Moonshine is a band that was uncovered in the deep south of Memphis in 2003 with 'The Decade of Decay' release that hit quickly and made a mark in the murky swampland, including MTV rotation, as well as worldwide tours and radio acclaim. The initial CD brought to light the talents of the writers, guitarist, vocalist, and the phenomenal ability of the drummer.
Since that release, the band has shown a more mature musical style that incorporates incredible soul searching lyrics and a strong sense of melodic and instrumental layering that is evident on their outstanding CD.
Tonight's episode is sponsored by
Metal Babe Mayhem
Isaiah and Stuart discuss the tensions in the Sanders and Clinton campaigns with respect to popular policy, populist rhetoric and the role of identity politics in the primary process.
Isaiah J. Poole has been the editor of OurFuture.org since 2007. Previously he worked for 25 years in mainstream media, most recently at Congressional Quarterly, where he covered congressional leadership and major legislation. Most of his journalism experience has been in Washington as both a reporter and an editor on topics ranging from presidential politics to pop culture. He also served as a founding member of the Washington Association of Black Journalists and the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association? @ijpoole
Stuart Zechman — Movement liberal, entrepreneur, technologist and public commentary organizer at legacy media political blogs such as TIME Magazine's Swampland; He uses Twitter as a primary communications tool and posts on occasion at Avedon’s Other Weblog and Yves Smith’s Naked Capitalism. • Follow @stuart_zechman
ACA, VA, OFA, 2016 Dem election strategies. A counterpoint to the Sunday morning bobbleheads. Commentary from RJ Eskow – freelance writer, Senior Fellow with Campaign for America's Future; host of the Zero Hour with Richard Eskow for We Act Radio – and Stuart Zechman – Movement liberal, entrepreneur, technologist and public commentary organizer at legacy media political blogs such as TIME Magazine's Swampland. Political satire from Culture of Truth, author of The Bobblespeak Translations. Jay Ackroyd moderaes.
The 2014 Virtually Speaking Media Panel: Avedon Carol, Cliff Schecter, David Dayen, Dave Johnson, David Waldman, digby, Gaius Publius, Joan McCarter, Marcy Wheeler, RJ Eskow, Stuart Zechman
One of a series of conversations about income inequality, economics and public policy, the 1%, plutocracy, income distribution and wealth distribution with Jay Ackroyd.
A movement liberal, entrepreneur, technologist and public commentary organizer at legacy media political blogs such as TIME Magazine's Swampland; Stuart uses Twitter as a primary communications tool and posts on occasion at Avedon’s Other Weblog and Yves Smith’s Naked Capitalism.
Follow @stuart_zechman @JayAckroyd
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Two members of our media panel - Avedon Carol, Cliff Schecter, David Dayen, Dave Johnson, David Waldman, digby, Gaius Publius, Joan McCarter, Marcy Wheeler, Stuart Zechman - discuss developments of the week. They counter the narratives and highlight issues neglected or misrepresented by the legacy media. Informed, lively and informal.This week:digby - An American political writer and founder of the liberal blog Hullabaloo, Digby has contributed to Campaign For America's Future's blog The Big Con, Salon Magazine, Huffington Post, Crooks and Liars and Firedoglake. • Follow @digby56Stuart Zechman orgnizes public commentary at legacy media political blogs, such as TIME Magazine's Swampland. A movement liberal, entrepreneur and technologist, Stuart uses Twitter as a primary communications tool. He posts at Avedon’s Other Weblog and Yves Smith’s Naked Capitalism. He occasionally writes short audio commentary. • Follow @stuart_zechman
From our media panel, Dave Johnson & Stuart Zechman discuss trends and current developments, countering the narratives of the traditional media, highlighting issues neglected or misrepresented or otherwise messed with on the Sunday morning broadcasts. Tonight: the Budget Control Act, Sequester and the dramatically falling deficit.
Culture of Truth provides the most ridiculous moment from the Sunday morning legacy media. A Fellow with Campaign for America's Future and a Senior Fellow with Renew California, Dave Johnson writes regularly at Seeing the Forest and Alternet. Follow @DCJohnson A provocative member of the commentariat, movement liberal, entrepreneur and technologist, Stuart Zechman uses Twitter as a primary communications tool. He posts at Avedon’s other blog, TIME's Swampland, Yves Smith’s Naked Capitalism and the Daily Howler. • Follow @stuart_zechman
Michael has been for music publications over 25 years freelancing for magazines like Rolling Stone, Mojo, Twisted South, Goldmine, Relix, Hittin the Note, and others. He founded Gritz magazine of southern music and culture in 1998. Gritz became a part of Swampland in 2007, and Buffalo left in 2010. He started the website Universal Music Tribe in 2011, and launched the digital magazine Kudzoo in September, 2012.
Prisoner of Southern Rock is Buffalo's memoir, written over the past ten years and published by Mercer University Press this month. The book features a foreword from Oscar winning actor Billy Bob Thornton, and a large section of photos. Michael is also a recording artist /songwriter. Buff's primary website is www.michaelbuffalo.net
Stuart Zechman deconstructs the 'be very afraid' meme of extremism used by political parties and the media, reminding us that crazy Republicans are nothing new. Nor are centrist Democratic policy positions.
Stuart Zechman comments on Swampland, Naked Capitalism and posts from time to time at Avendon's Other Blog, where, on Sept 3, 2012, he posted the text to 'Extremists.' Follow @Stuart_Zechman
Written Feb 28, 2012
Teresa Kopec and Karen Tumlty talk with Jay Ackroyd about media coverage of Elizabeth Warren, the MA campaign for US Senate, racial identity, the Romney campaign, voter fraud, Democrat support for Social Secuirty cuts and the realities of health care costs under the PPACA and bio tech lobbying.
A prominent member of the commentariat, Teresa Kopec was active in TIME's Swampland blog during the 2008 elections, and is now a prolific and widely followed twitter commentator on politics, policy and society. Follow @TeresaKopec
Karen Tumulty is national political correspondent for The Washington Post. Follow @KTumulty
Avedon blogs at the The Sideshow Stuart is a prolific commenter, much of it at Time's Swampland.
We are gonna focus on the role the New Democrats are playing in establishing the ideological playing field.