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Area Journos To Appear In “Don’t Be A Snitch” Video

Separated at birth:

Carmelo Anthony in the infamous “Don’t Be A Snitch” video…

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…and Congress Daily’s Christian Bourge, The Hill newspaper’s Jackie Kucinich, Roll Call’s John Stanton and Tom Morris from America’s Most Wanted in a promo shot for XM Radio’s new show “The Capital Hill Blues”:

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Photo Credit: Maria Izaurralde

Anyway, on to the show’s details (from the release):

    Political talk meets Funk meets Classic rock.

    Throw in the perspectives of a group of Washington journalists and you’ve got the 60 minutes that make up The Capital Hill Blues, the new round table political talk show on XM Satellite Radio that anyone can relate to. Think of it as an after hours cocktail party where the conversation is casual and laid back without all of the partisan spin.

    Each week, Congress Daily’s Christian Bourge, The Hill newspaper’s Jackie Kucinich, Roll Call’s John Stanton and Tom Morris from America’s Most Wanted provide a frank and funny analysis of what’s driving Washington and including some issues politicians are ignoring. Producer Jason Anthony moderates while dropping in tunes that span from Parliament Funkadelic to the Doors and beyond. The show’s popularity is growing quickly via YOUTUBE clips, and it’s diverse listener base that include truck drivers in Texas to soccer moms in North Carolina.

    So join the party each week at 8pm on Fridays (EST) Saturdays 4pm (EST) and Sundays at 3am (EST) on XM radio channel 130. Or log on and listen at www.thecapitalhillblues.com.

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