The guys discuss the Obama inauguration, if the words the right use about Obama are sometimes too extreme, and delve in to the 2016 elections.
Former LPIN Chair Mark Rutherford was elected Vice Chair of the Libertarian National Committee on Sunday, at the National Convention of the Libertarian Party in St. Louis, MO. Rutherford will serve a two-year term, and is an additional Hoosier voice helping to lead and direct the national Party, the other being Rebecca Sink-Burris. This interview […]
Rebecca Sink-Burris has taken on many important roles for the LPIN over 30+ years of activism, including retaining ballot access in 2002 as a candidate for Secretary of State, and currently representing the state on the Libertarian National Committee. She now has another: Candidate for US Senate. Rebecca speaks about the issues she’ll run on, […]
Indianapolis talker Abdul-Hakim Shabazz hosts “Abdul In The Morning” on WXNT 1430-AM, and speaks to as many candidates and elected officials from all three parties as anyone in the Central Indiana media, giving him a unique insight into what works, and what doesn’t, when dealing with the media. Shabazz spoke at the recent state convention […]
While Libertarians are sometimes dismissive of Primary Elections, owing to the partisan, private business nature of so much of the ballot, there are good reasons to vote on May 4. Ask for a ‘School Board & Issues Ballot’ so that you may cast a vote on non-partisan school board candidates, and vote on referenda and […]
Delegates to the annual Libertarian Party of Indiana State Convention have nominated Mike Wherry as their 2010 candidate for Secretary of State. The SOS race is crucial to the LP in that Wherry will need to achieve a minimum of 2% in order to retain automatic ballot access for Libertarians through 2014. Wherry was interviewed […]
The second-most important event in the LPIN’s annual calendar, the state convention, approaches. Delegates from all across the state meet to do the business of nominating candidates to statewide office (Secretary of State, Auditor, etc.), Indiana legislative office (Indiana House and Indiana Senate), and Congressional office (US Senate and US House of Representatives). In addition, […]
In case you missed Abdul’s show (WXNT 1430 AM in Indy) on Thursday morning, here’s the podcast: http://hosted-media.podzinger.com/wxnt/archive/Abdul/2008-08-08_Andy_Horning.mp3
I am about to post something I should not be posting: The first show I hosted. This was recorded in April of 2005, and it’s horrible. Enjoy!
Episode 5: Only a day after announcing his candidacy, leaks of Larry’s past have started sprouting. Then the Candidate calls in to defend himself. Chris and Abdul discuss Imus. Audio from WXNT.
Episode 004: The guest formerly known as “Crazy Larry” reveals his name, his Congressional candidate status, the origins of the paper bag on his head, and his party affiliation. A must-listen. His defense of wearing the paper bag on his head while speaking on the floor of Congress was truly moving. Audio from Chris guest […]
Episode 003: Chris interviews Tanja Barnes of the Writers’ Strike Chronicles on the WGA strike, and the status of the middle class American Worker. Audio from Chris guest hosting at WXNT.
Episode 002: Are the younger generations missing out on something by being so connected technologically, or are we just more knowledgeable? Audio from Chris guest hosting on WXNT.