Dylan Marron’s highly anticipated new podcast promises to provide greater understanding across the political divide. Instead, it makes bank off of making that divide even more entrenched.
Here at the League of Ordinary Gentlemen, we’re doing our part to help kill off serious film criticism. I sat down with distinguished League alumnus Freddie deBoer and Sonny Bunch of America’s Future Foundation (and a few other places) to talk about the Oscars. Full podcast after the jump.
Blogging is going to be pretty slow around these parts for the next few days, but before everyone disconnects for Christmas, we’ve got a year-in-review movie podcast for your enjoyment. I’m joined by Freddie and Sonny Bunch, film critic at The Washington Times and a blogger at Conventional Folly, for an hour-and-a-half (!) discussion of…
I was able to persuade Steven Harris of Mary Washington College – one of my favorite undergraduate professors – to record a podcast on the Obama “Birther” movement. We also covered media fragmentation, the Sixties, and crack cocaine conspiracy theories. Apologies for the poor audio quality; the whole thing is after the jump.