I Never Thought I'd See the Day
April 30, 2005

I'd be on Republican Radio (as a non-Republican nonetheless). I'm sitting in the studio right now and all I'm thinking about is how humiliated my mother would be right now. It's not often I get to be the token.

The theme of today's program is "It's a Big Tent," debunking the myth that all conservatives are rich white men. The show will feature a number of different non-white, and in my case, "non-rich" HA! conservatives. Among them are Muhammad Ali Hasan, founder of "Muslims for America," and Nathan Scott, a homosexual conservative (sitting right next to me) who runs the blog HomoCon. Andrew Sullivan, eat your heart out. You'll recall I find some conflicting philosophies there. But I won't waste my breath, er, finger strength right now.

The show is two hours long and Nathan and I will be more in the second half than the first. The black conservative and homosexual in the same segment? Wasn't I just talking about this yesterday? We'll see.

We're broadcasting live online 11am-1pm (PST). Does that mean I'm live-blogging? Never. That is for nerds.

Posted by Ambra at April 30, 2005 10:31 AM in Life
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Congrats on your appearance on Republican Radio today. Thank you for your insight.
I might be a Republican myself, but I do pay more attention to attitude than to party line.
I really wish you the best with your eye-openning efforts as well as this website.


While you are up there, ask your grandpa what happened to Hollywood on the Tide Flats.
And, of course, break a leg.


I missed this.

Requesting audio.

nevermind. It's here - http://www.republicanradio.com/sounds/0430Blogs.mp3

Aw man, you missed your chance!
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