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December 4, 2004
Having Fun With The Taxpayers League

I came into the studio early for today's Northern Alliance radio show, doing a bit of prep for today's topics, and my friends David Strom and Margaret Martin invited me in for a segment on the Taxpayers League. We chatted about the ridiculous editorial in today's Star Tribune calling Norm Coleman an embarrassment for having the nerve to demand accountability from Kofi Annan for presiding over the worst financial scandal in history, and had a great time laughing about the cluelessness of the editors at the Strib.

Afterwards, I spoke with Dwight Rabuse and I'll also be guesting on his show in the third segment (11:34 CT, on the same stream as our link above) to talk about blogging. If you're interested in how to get your feet wet with your own blog, be sure to tune in. Afterwards, the entire Northern Alliance gang will be in for the normal insanity from noon to 3 PM CT. We'll also be filling in for Hugh Hewitt on Tuesday and Thursday of this week, so be sure to tune us in then as well.

If you get a chance, be sure to check out the 2004 Weblog Awards. So far, I've managed to maintain a lead over LaShawn Barber, a terrific blogger, but there's plenty of voting left (eight days, in fact). Cast a vote every day for all of your favorite bloggers in the multitude of categories provided.

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Posted by Ed Morrissey at December 4, 2004 10:35 AM

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