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April 14, 2010

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This Week on Midweek Politics with David Pakman / April 14th, 2010

Total Running Time: 60:00

MP3 Podcast: Available with entire Midweek Politics Archive for Members

This Week’s Topics:

–Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick joins us for the first part of an exclusive sit-down interview with David Pakman, including his 2010 re-election campaign, Democrats in 2010, Republican Scott Brown’s election to fill Ted Kennedy’s seat in the Senate, and more.

–Democratic Congressman from Massachusetts Richard Neal joins us live to discuss his upcoming re-election campaign, whether he will debate his opponents in 2010, thoughts on improving the safety of one of the most dangerous cities in the country, Springfield, Massachusetts, reaction as a Roman Catholic to the Vatican abuse and pedophilia scandal, and more.

–Police officer Michael Carney, who testified before the House and Senate on separate occasions, joins us in studio to discuss being a police officer while closeted, being refused reinstatement to the police force after coming out of the closet, the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, and much more.

–Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens announces his retirement, and there will be plenty of time to discuss who might replace him, who will oppose the replacement, and much more over the coming months.

–After recent news that the RNC spent two thousand dollars at a lesbian bondage strip club,, we now hear that they also sent out a direct mail piece with an 800 number that called a phone sex line.

–RNC Chairman Michael Steele, after repeatedly saying that race would not play a factor in his chairmanship, says that race is playing a factor, and Sarah Palin supports Michael Steele.

–Kyra Phillips from CNN is criticized for her introduction to a segment about homosexuality, but we have done much worse on Midweek Politics in obvious satire.

–Satoshi Kanazawa is an evolutionary psychologist whose recent study indicates liberals and atheists are, on the whole, smarter than conservatives and those who are religious, and contrary to what you might assume, he is not a liberal.

–New stations in Texas, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Minnesota.

–Recent poll results about GOP urologist Jack Cassell, and a new poll about RNC Chairman Michael Steele.

–Emails regarding David Pakman being recruited by a Scientologist, about GOP urologist Jack Cassell, from a Christian radio station, and regarding the recent Democrastreet Wow segment.

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