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Wizbang Podcast #55 is up

The 55th edition of the Wizbang Podcast is up for your listening pleasure. Here's what I thought you'd like to hear about today:

  1. Training the Iraqi Police - explaining to the skeptical press corps
  2. What's up with Iranian Weapons in Iraq? - Speaking out of turn
  3. Optimism in Iraq - Major General Caldwell and John F. Burns
  4. The Income Inequality Issue - The Widening Income Gap is a Reflection of the Widening Skill Gap
  5. The Libby Trial - Could you have testified for eight hours and not be caught in a misstatement?

Today's podcast includes a clip from Charlie's first blogger conference call, with Major General Caldwell in Iraq and Mark Finkelstein of Newsbusters. Go and listen!

Note: Even if you don't use iTunes, a podcatcher, or any other fancy tech gizmo's, if you have speakers on your computer you can listen to a streaming version of the show via the Hipcast control at the top of the story.

Comments (4)

I love the blog that you ha... (Below threshold)

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Especially informative was ... (Below threshold)
nogo postal:

Especially informative was the officer concerning training of police...I am not aware of any "news" organization, site or "blog" where this is available.
I appreciate it any time I have the opportunity to gain insight.
..Although I may disagree with the conclusions sometimes reached on the podcasts..
It is a breath of fresh air because they are presented in a non-shrill..I will say professional manner. So often it is the tone that gives people who may disagree a flimsy excuse to turn off what we are skeptical about in the first place......
I commend Wizbang casts for moving beyond this..to present information and opinion in a manner that so many others on the left and right could learn from...
......I truly hope that more folks tune in..I will continue to do so...
...and yes I often catch "crap" when I ask others to tune in and listen..but hey if we cannot be open to "maybe we are wrong" in our belief on some issues then..well..
Good Luck..Thank you..continue...

nogo postal: pass the hashi... (Below threshold)

nogo postal: pass the hashish!... Don't you just hate introductory cues to think "this" or to get ready for "that" before IT starts. And, since the question was asked: Yes,I COULD testify TRUTHFULLY for 8 hours! Misstatements? 8 hours is plenty of time to correct "misstatements". (Great! now Quidnunc has the bowl! I'm next, dagnabbit!)

One of your best! And, if y... (Below threshold)

One of your best! And, if you made an impression on nogo, it isn't just me . . .

Pay no attention to bryanD. He was dropped on his head - repeatedly - as a small child. They sometimes cut his fingernails off and smoke them.






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