John Hawkins of Right Wing News joins us to talk Newt vs. Mitt, blogger enthusiasm for the GOP field and CPAC.
John Hawkins of Right Wing News stops by to argue with Duke about Newt.
Later in the show, I trip and face-plant while walking away during a commercial break—and fun ensues.
The Snark Factor airs live every weeknight at 10pm EST on FTR Radio.
The Snark Factor celebrated my 40th birthday and lots of people stopped by for a quick visit. Guests included Michelle Malkin, Jedediah Bila, S.E. Cupp, Dr. Gina Loudon, Paul Croteau, Molly Teichman, Teri Christoph, Melissa Clouthier, John Hawkins, the boys at Misfit Politics, Tabitha Hale, Thayrone X, Tom Reynolds, Michael (the Process) Fidanza, Blanket Ragusa, Elizabeth Crum, Amelia Hamilton, John Brodigan, Lynette Fennig, Lauren Schumann and Father Malloy.
The Snark Factor airs live every weekday at 10pm Eastern on FTR Radio
I want to thank everyone who left a message for the show and special thanks to my cousin Mr. Thomas LaDuke for putting it all together.
After the break, Jenn Taylor and Lori Ziganto of That’s What She Said join us to talk about their almost feud with the Washington Post. Fingers finally learns how to pronounce Lori’s last name.
The Snark Factor players are Thomas LaDuke and… Thomas LaDuke.
On Snark Factor Episode 101 we talk Right Online and other issues of the day with Erik Telford and John Hawkins.
My special guest is John Hawkins of Right Wing News.
The Snark Factor Episode 76 with John Hawkins of Right Wing News is right here. Also, Michelle Moore and Teri Christoph of Smart Girl Politics are part of this extravaganza.
UPDATE! My thanks to John for linking the podcast up on Right Wing News.
John Hawkins of Right Wing News enters The Snark Factor to discuss media bias and double standards. We also talk about RespecttheGreatGame.com.
FTR Radio launched at noon today. We are very proud to feature great commentary from bloggers and websites like:
In all, FTR will showcase the works of over a dozen very talented writers. FTR Radio will be a one stop shop, offering a wide variety of conservative commentary on the net.
FTR starts broadcasting on Monday, April 5th. We are proud to announce that many of the shows from the old RFC station have joined the FTR family. Check our schedule at the end of this week for more details.
Many people have reached out to all of us on the FTR team to wish us good luck, and the support has been fantastic. I thank you all, it means a lot to us.