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    My radio interview with Boston’s WRKO about Elizabeth Warren

    My radio interview with Boston’s WRKO about Elizabeth Warren

    I was guest on Todd Feinburg of Boston’s WRKO radio show this morning. I spoke about my experience covering Elizabeth Warren at the Netroots conference this past weekend.

    Listen to my segment below, or click here to access it on their website.

    Watch this at WRKO

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    GrumpyOne | June 13, 2012 at 2:02 pm

    More trouble for Warren! She’ll be one of the topics on Hannity on Fox tonight.

    No mercy expected…


     
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    Mary Sue | June 13, 2012 at 3:23 pm

    Anne – great interview. I was wondering about the Native American panel at Netroots Nation so I am glad that point came up in the interview. Amazing these folks have no qualms about finally getting an invite only to provide political cover for Fauxcahontas. Had you not asked the only intellectually honest question in the room, one has to wonder when they would have gotten around to asking the question of themselves. Perhaps they’d have gotten around to it next year when there will be little need for another Native American panel at the Nutroot conclave.

    Are Native Americans [Indians] so desperate for a hero that they will accept this fraud? Pathetic!
    Keep punchin’, Anne.


     
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    Mark Michael | June 20, 2012 at 10:04 pm

    Do you have any insight into what’s going at the U. of Virginia with the firing of President Kathleen O’Sullivan by the school’s board? The WaPo article I read had zip about the reason(s) why. The entire story was complaining that proper procedures weren’t followed.

    Thought occurred to me that perhaps her partnership in fraudulent research with Elizabeth Warren on housing issues back in the 1980s when they wrote that book might be part of it. Then again, that may be too optimistic a hope.

    One story suggested it was that she wasn’t pursuing online education ideas aggressively enough. It’s hard to imagine that sort of thing would merit an emergency firing with nothing said about it beforehand. So I think that’s a red herring.

    It is very frustrating to read the news stories about it, since they are all about process, failure to follow the “rules” for proper firings, etc., and nothing about what her offense(s) might be.

    Is there some possibility that Legal Insurrection can look into it? Or put out a call for inputs from people who might have an inkling of what’s what at UVa?


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