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CallBox 7

A Liberal Podcast / Blog from South Carolia.A Progressively Political Show

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Your Widget is on my EFCA

Thu, 19 Mar 2009 21:10:56 PDT

(image) This week Mike and I talk about AIG, South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford, and the Employee Free Choice Act. We also cover the smaller topics of Bush's book deal, Canada's shoe cannon, and the shoe thrower's prison term.

Daniel interviews Justin Krebs of Living Liberally


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Who knew Boehner could write?

Thu, 05 Mar 2009 21:40:17 PST

(image) We're back for another week of political fun and discussion. This week we talk about Rush Limbaugh, John Boehner, the "Gang of 14", and several smaller stories that you might have missed.

You can hear the audio discussed in our e-mail segment here.


Voicemail (206) 203-1605

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Bobby J - in the house!

Thu, 26 Feb 2009 22:47:16 PST

(image) Could it be a possible re-launch of CallBox 7 finally? Only time will tell. I am joined by two of my Drinking Liberally friends - Mike and Jonathan. We talk about Obama's not-state-of-the-union speech and the incredibly "powerful" response speech from Bobby Jindal.

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First Presidential Debate Commentary

Sat, 27 Sep 2008 16:44:46 PDT

I am joined in the studio by several of my Drinking Liberally friends as we discuss our immediate reactions to the first Presidential debate between Barack Obama and John McCain.

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RNC Wrap-up

Mon, 22 Sep 2008 13:12:03 PDT

Reflections of the RNCC with my guests:

Chef Mark



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The Week that Wasn't

Thu, 12 Mar 2009 15:34:53 PDT

19:17 - Ann Coulter, financial genius. /
35:15 - Listener feedback /

This week Will and Daniel relive the week that promised: relief for the troops, a return of habeas corpus, and the potential to cut off the funding of the Iraq occupation. Do you even need to guess that none of these promises were met? As a free bonus, we were also treated to a "sense of the Senate" resolution condemning an activist group for making activist statements.

Since Will proved his prescience last week with the paramilitary stories, we find out what lies in wait for us in Iran. How does this relate to the financial genius of Ann Coulter? You'll just have to listen to find out.

The show closes with listener e-mail and voicemail.


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Chris Hearts Huckabee

Thu, 12 Mar 2009 15:33:21 PDT

27:30 - Two presidential candidates and the CATO institute /
49:50 - Listener Feedback /

This week, Daniel and Will try to make sense out of the Petraus show that took place in Congress. They also find out why Dianne Feinstein can walk the walk while talking the talk. In segment 2, the Ted Stevens vigil continues and we find out why Mike Huckabee ended up with his foot in his mouth on MSNBC.

Will delves into the CATO Institute's report on para-military incidents, and listener e-mails and voicemails are answered.

The next live call-in show will be September 27th at 10pm EST.


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Censored Time Travel

Thu, 12 Mar 2009 15:32:09 PDT

22:30 - Down Under Fun w/ AmeriNZ
52:05 - Listener Feedback

Will steps it up this week by bringing "Project Censored" to our attention. Daniel and Will discuss 5.5 of the top 10 censored news stories from 2007. Attention is then turned to Senator, Entertainer, and Global Warming expert Ted Stevens as he explains why everything will go away if we just wish really hard.

Arthur from the AmeriNZ podcast ( joins Daniel and Will in segment 2 to discuss Bush's trip to Australia and life as an ex-pat in New Zealand. The show ends with Daniel and Will playing voicemails and e-mails.


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Thu, 12 Mar 2009 15:31:05 PDT

22:45 - Hurricane Katrina Flashback
42:55 - Listener Feedback

A somewhat disjointed show this holiday weekend. Daniel and Will catch you up on some news stories that you might have missed and manage to make the slightest of passing references to Larry Craig. In the second segment Daniel takes you back in time to August, 2005 while Rachel Maddow catches you up with present day New Orleans.

The show ends with listener feedback and a surprise call to someone's voicemail system.


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And I'll cry if I want to

Thu, 12 Mar 2009 15:29:45 PDT

25:15 - Jeff Graves Interview /
46:50 - Listener Feedback LIVE! /

This week, Daniel and Will catch you up on some news stories that you might have missed, including: Karl Rove hearts Hillary and the DNC hates Flordia. Jeff Graves from the Colorado Progressive Pulse attempts to defend his Democratic Pary apologistic ways.

The show ends with our first-ever LIVE feedback segment from


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Thu, 12 Mar 2009 15:27:56 PDT

28:15 - Faux and Friends /
55:30 - Listener Feedback

This week, Will and Daniel continue their Ted Stevens watch and catch you up on the latest news about the honorable Senator from Alaska. In segment 2, we find out that Carl Rove thinks George Bush is "simple" and Fox News admits to tampering with Wikipedia.

The show ends with listener feedback and the announcement of a live "call-in" show that will be recorded next Thursday August 23rd at 10pm EST.


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It's Debatable

Thu, 12 Mar 2009 15:26:03 PDT

29:20 - 100 Debates /
69:25 - Listener Feeback

It's another trip into podcast excellence as William and Daniel catch you up with news stories that you might have missed including: California electronic voting machines, George Bush's vacation habits, and how 47 democrats have screwed us all over.

Since William does not watch television, he has to find out about the multiple presidential primary debates on this show - featuring clips from Mike Gravel, John Edwards, Hillary Clinton, and Barak Obama.

The show ends as William and Daniel try to make their way through an e-mail from Mike Jones (spoiler alert - they actually do make it) although the forces of conversational distraction are against them.


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That New Show Smell

Thu, 12 Mar 2009 15:25:02 PDT

30:20 - Electronic Voting /
48:45 - Feedback /
62:05 - Is He Lying?

A change in format brings out the new show feeling in this episode as Daniel welcomes the new co-host of CallBox 7 Will Radik to the team. News items include: Alberto Gonzales, Mega Corporations, Electronic Voting machines and Hurricane Katrina.

The show ends with a game called "Is He Lying?" where Daniel plays sound clips from some administration officials and Will gets to decided whether they are lying or not.


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Thu, 12 Mar 2009 15:23:47 PDT

25:30 - Listener Feedback /
35:40 - Distraction

This week Daniel goes in-depth on the Scooter Libby story, Michael Moore's Sicko, and Bill O'Reilly's fear of Lesbian gangs.

In the listener feedback section we finally discover the winner of the "Drunk Republican" contest.

The show ends with an essay called Distraction.


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Samm Simpson

Thu, 12 Mar 2009 15:22:16 PDT

This week, Daniel catches you up with some stories that you might have missed including: Joe Lieberman on ABC, George Bush and the anchor, and Mika Brzezinski vs the returning Paris Hilton script. The top story of the week is an interview with Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont which aired on NBC.

The listener feedback section features a new opening song, and Daniel finally puts an end to the Drunk-Dialing contest. The winner will be announced on the next show. The show ends with an interview with Samm Simpson, a St. Petersburg grandmother who ran against Congressman Bill Young in 2006, about what it is like to run for a local office.


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Thu, 12 Mar 2009 15:21:01 PDT

19:30 - Top Story /
28:10 - Feedback /
41:05 - Locality

Sunday June 24th, 2007 - Daniel starts the show off with a run-down of some news that you might have missed this week including Guantanamo Bay, Michael Moore, and the Bush twins. The top story of the week is a tin-foil hat theory about Dick Cheney and the Republican party. Some listener feedback is read, and the show ends with an essay called Locality.


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Father's Day

Thu, 12 Mar 2009 15:19:27 PDT

18:00 - Top Story /
23:15 - Feedback /
32:45 - Fathers Day /

Sunday June 17th, 2007 - Happy Fathers Day! Daniel starts the show off with a run-down of some news that you might have missed this week including Alberto Gonzales, Scooter Libby, and the FBI. The top story of the week revolves around a Seymour Hersh article in the New Yorker. Some listener feedback is read, and the show ends with an interview with a special guest.


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Thu, 12 Mar 2009 15:17:29 PDT

23:15 - Top Story /
31:30 - Feedback /
37:15 - Frontrunners /

Sunday June 10th, 2007 - Daniel starts the show off with a special commentary for one Keith Olbermann. This is followed by a run-down of some news that you might have missed this week including the G8 summit, the Presidential debates and news about Don't ask don't tell. The top story of the week revolves around Guantanamo Bay and the recent military tribunals. Some listener feedback is read, and the show ends with an essay called Frontrunners.


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Thu, 12 Mar 2009 15:16:15 PDT

27:30 - Top Story of the Week
38:30 - Listener Feedback
45:45 - "Ripples"

June 3rd, 2007 - This week Daniel catches you up on all of the news that you might have missed, including: New nominees, Halliburton contracts, Dick Cheney's love of privacy and Hillary Clinton's spelling challenge. In the Listener Feedback portion of the show, Daniel announces a new contest where you can win two candles from - simply by drunk-dialing the voicemail line. The show ends with an essay titled "Ripples".


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Thu, 12 Mar 2009 15:14:01 PDT

Happy Memorial Day Weekend! Daniel catches you up on some news that you might have missed during the week including Monica Goodling, Mary Cheney, and Scooter Libby (remember him?). The top story of the week is, of course, the Democratic Party vote for the "give Bush what he wants act" of 2007. A new segment is introduced where listener feedback is read. The show closes with an essay on Progressivism.


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Free Speech

Thu, 12 Mar 2009 15:11:55 PDT

Daniel talks to a listener about how to improve the show.
In the news segment he talks about:the Republican Debate, John McCain's anti-gay statement, and Paul Wolfowitz.
He also plays a piece of exclusive audio that might change how you feel about Dick Cheney. The show ends with an editorial on speech in America.


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