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Posts Tagged ‘Paul Harvey’

LA Radio Personality Takes On Al Gore

A couple of weeks ago, it was announced that former LA radio mainstay Warren Duffy (pictured) was launching a SoCal satellite arm of his wife’s D.C. based organization CFACT (Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow). Today, he offers up an inaugural podcast that amounts to An Inconvenient Rebuttal.

Duffy sounds a bit like the late, legendary Paul Harvey. He starts off his 26-minute broadcast with some statistical ammunition:

“Some bad news from the federal government for Al Gore and his crowd of environmental exaggerators… The Environmental Protection Agency handed out a new report this week, and guess what? Greenhouse gas emissions are down, and down dramatically, and we didn’t need California cap-and-trade to do it.

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The Rest of the Unemployed Journalist Story

The long, rambling daily blog posts shared via Pasadena-based website JournalismCrossing.com (and many other affiliated URLs) by parent company CEO Harrison Barnes are absolutely priceless. The other day, it was all about a Far East Asian girl connected to the Rambo franchise and how she forcefully dealt with being bullied.

Today, Barnes’ meanderings start from the vantage point of a personal LA abode filled with, he claims, a million dollar’s worth of furniture left behind by previous Australian owners and ends with a couple of tweakers on Las Vegas Blvd. We kid you not.

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