Conspiracy Theories! From the Moon Landing, the Kennedy Assassination to 9/11 being an "Inside Job," our panel fires off on the nature not only of the conspiracies but on the nature of those that believe in them.
One hundred audience members in the house. Three bright, articulate, interesting conservatives — plus Bill Whittle! — on the stage. Two hours of live awesomeness, but is it:
A talk show
A comedy routine
A news program
A Q&A session
A towel-snapping look at how pundits talk politics to each other when the cameras aren’t rolling.
The answer, of course, is YES.
Members (and their guests) get in free. Each of the four pundits takes a 10-15 minute question from the audience, sight unseen, followed intermission with refreshments and various oddities of nature for amusement, and then another four questions before we all say goodnight in the lobby.
Only the cameras are rolling, for one 10-15 minute segment per week. RELAX! We’re all friends here at the SPEAKEASY.
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In this episode of SPEAKEASY, the question of whether or not to use a rhetorical punch in the nose leads to a retrospective of our mutual, dearly missed friend Andrew Breitbart, Also, a few people thought the SPEAKEASY open was "a little too NPR..." so we changed it to something more dynamic. Do you think the new opening is better? Worse? Let us know in the comment section below.
Bonnie Gordon goes on on a limb and takes an emailed question from the BillWhittle.com membership, namely: Why are Republicans so OLD? That leads to a discussion of who the real liberals are...