The Political Report Card - Podcasts
The Political Report Card - Podcast #1
This is a conversation between me and a friend about the Hurricane Katreina catastrophe. This conversation is about 50 min. long.
911 Tribute - Podcast #2
A collection of thoughts and recollections on the World Trade Center complex as I remember it during a working trip to New York, what I was doing on September 11, 2001, and other thoughts about that day in our history.
The Political Report Card - Podcast #3
This Podcast is just some plain talk about the state of things surrounding the New Orleans disaster. We focus on the issues from the perspective of African Americans. The ideas are really about all Americans.
The Political Report Card - Podcast #4
This is a rebroadcast of an interview with the author Jim Garrison. the interview was broadcasted September 6, 2005 on the radio program Politics and Religion with its host Dr. Ervin Baxtor.
Central to Garrison's critique is the question of whether Americans are willing to acknowledge and accept the responsibility that its unrivaled power confers. Will it wield its overarching might merely to insure its own continuing sovereignty? Or will America reach for a higher goal and become what Garrison calls a “transitional” power?
The Political Report Card - Podcast #5
In this issue of The Political Report Card - Podcast, I talk about the response of the government to the hurricane in New Orleans and how according to reports how some blacks conducted themselves during the disaster.
As an African American male, I can talk about things that other portions of the public cannot talk about. I tell it like it is in this podcast.
The Political Report Card - Podcast #6
Comments on the presidential speech given on 10-6-05. Comments on how the conservatives are not endorsing the president’s selection of Harriet Miers as Supreme Court justice. Comments on the president’s judgment.
Comments from an American Patriot.