This Week on Midweek Politics with David Pakman
David Pakman, WXOJ, Northampton, MA
Louis Motamedi, WXOJ, Northampton, M
Total Running Time: 57:38
This Week's Topics:
--Craig Della Penna, a Realtor who specializes in properties near or on rail trails, greenways, and conservation land joins us live in studio.
--We discuss conservation land and the building up of bike trails, tips for real estate buyers and sellers, real estate disasters, subprime mortgages, and much more.
--Senator Ted Stevens loses his Senate race in Alaska after being found guilty in a court of law, which gives the Democrats 58 seats in the Senate with two more races still pending.
--Hillary Clinton may be the next Secretary of State, but Bill Clinton is being asked to bare all before the position is offered to her.
--4 million people might try to go to Barack Obama's inauguration in Washington DC this January 20th.
--Newt Gingrich says the Republican Party will be fine, even amidst many other Republicans saying otherwise.
--Al-Qaeda insults Barack Obama with racial epithets.
--Many conservatives insist the stock market has been down the days since the election because of Barack Obama, but the markets were actually in a free fall for weeks before the election.
--Circuit City files for bankrtupcty, and David Pakman looks back at his employee file from when he worked during high school.
--Sarah Palin continues the bogus interviews, this time with Wolf Blitzer, and she is still talking about William Ayers.
--Michael Savage finds it suspicious that Barack Obama's grandmother died the night before the election.
--We follow up on Proposition 8, including a whole bunch of wild claims.
--John McCain appears on The Tonight Show and talks about his lost election.
Listen to it here: http://www.midweekpolitics.com/shows...1-19-2008.html