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My Interview with Brooke Musterman of Reptilian Rantings

My Interview with Brooke Musterman of Reptilian Rantings

| July 15, 2012 | Comments (0)

Many thanks to my good friend and author Brooke Musterman for featuring me on her blog Reptilian Rantings! Please see excerpt below and visit Reptilian Rantings to read the entire piece: What does a typical day look like for you? Lately a typical day consists of planning and executing weekly twitter chats for The Peoples [...]

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CRF Weekdays with Steve and Daria

CRF Weekdays with Steve and Daria

| March 6, 2012 | Comments (0)

On today’s broadcast we talked again about the Rush Limbaugh controversy; my latest column Hypocrisy, Sex and Set-Ups – also published on Parcbench; Super Tuesday predictions and polls, and the Obama Administration’s cuts in the defense budget. Listen to the archive of CRF Weekdays. On a related note, our good friend Premo Mondone, founder of [...]

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Review: Drinking Games and Other Stories by Brian Scott Mednick

Review: Drinking Games and Other Stories by Brian Scott Mednick

| November 22, 2011 | Comments (0)

Published by Parcbench on November 22, 2011: I recently had the pleasure of reading Drinking Games and Other Storiesby author-comedian-filmmaker Brian Scott Mednick, and subsequently interviewing him about his work on the November 17 edition ofWritestream. As a fellow contributor to Parcbench, I’d already been very familiar with Brian’s excellent commentary and his biography of Gene Wilder [...]

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Writestream Welcomes Brian Scott Mednick

Writestream Welcomes Brian Scott Mednick

| November 11, 2011 | Comments (0)

Please join me for a humorous, engaging hour on Writestream this Thursday, November 17 at 11 a.m. Eastern when I welcome author-comedian Brian Scott Mednick to the program. This multi-talented author-comedian-filmmaker will discuss among other things his second book, Drinking Games, released on November 1, 2011 and available on Amazon and CreateSpace; and his biography of [...]

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An Interview with Parcbench’s Don Smith, author of The Goffle Road Murders of Passaic County

An Interview with Parcbench’s Don Smith, author of The Goffle Road Murders of Passaic County

| August 29, 2011 | Comments (0)

Published by Parcbench on August 29, 2011: For as long as I have known Don Smith (which is almost three years now), he has been hard at work on a book about the first murder in Passaic County, New Jersey. Aside from being a dedicated writer and regular contributor to Parcbench and numerous other sites, [...]

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Blessed and Grateful for the Support of Family and Friends

Blessed and Grateful for the Support of Family and Friends

| September 8, 2010 | Comments (0)

Some exciting happenings are in the works for both Water Signs and my new media career, thanks to the support of some incredible people. One happens to be my big brother Mark, who mentioned my book to a prominent a.m. talk show host last week during a call-in. While I am not going to disclose [...]

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Palin, Haley and the Palmetto State Primary

Palin, Haley and the Palmetto State Primary

| June 28, 2010 | Comments (0)

Published by Parcbench, June 28, 2010: When it comes to Sarah Palin, one thing’s for certain: her critics on both the left and right are incapable of constructive criticism. To the everlasting shame of the current state of our cultural and political landscape, we’ve become tragically accustomed to the depraved, illogical and relentless attacks on [...]

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Hey Newsweek, looks like we're all conservatives now!

Hey Newsweek, looks like we’re all conservatives now!

| June 28, 2010 | Comments (0)

Published by Parcbench in June of 2010: Or more accurately, according to the latest Gallup poll, 42% of us self-identify as  conservatives now, a full seven percentage points ahead of moderate (35%) and a whopping 22 percentage points ahead of liberal (20%). I am picking on Newsweek for an obvious reason — their egregious cover story on [...]

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Breaking! Orlando highway named for Obama leads to new theme park — The Marxist Kingdom!

Breaking! Orlando highway named for Obama leads to new theme park — The Marxist Kingdom!

| June 22, 2010 | Comments (0)

Published by Parcbench, June 22, 2010: The “Happiest Place on Earth” just got a little happier—at least for people who abhor the concepts of personal responsibility and individual liberty. Thanks to the City of Orlando, and the tax dollars of diligent Americans who actually work for a living (otherwise known as “stimulus money”) such folks [...]

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Polarizing Palin: Breast Implant Rumor Edition

Polarizing Palin: Breast Implant Rumor Edition

| June 14, 2010 | Comments (0)

Published by Parcbench on June 14, 2010: As I’ve noted countless times, there’s an endless list of legitimate grievances against the lefty mainstream media and prominent left-of-center blogs like Wonkette for continually finding new and varyingly repugnant ways to smear Sarah Palin and her family. And as I’ve often stated, each succeeding rumor remarkably outdoes its predecessor [...]

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As Predictable as Rain: Ron Paul's Response to the Flotilla Incident

As Predictable as Rain: Ron Paul’s Response to the Flotilla Incident

| June 5, 2010 | Comments (0)

Published by Parcbench on June 5, 2010: Nothing like a Muslim act of aggression to bring out the 9/11 conspiracy crazies. In the wake of Israel’s justifiable and understandable (to most reasonable people, anyway) Flotilla raid, the blindly devoted Ron Paul faithful took to their keyboards to remind everyone of their rampant and apparently incurable [...]

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Hey Smug Sir Paul, do you know what incompetence is?

Hey Smug Sir Paul, do you know what incompetence is?

| June 5, 2010 | Comments (0)

Published by Parcbench on June 5, 2010: In a shocking display of celebrity ignorance (yes, I am being facetious), aging has-been Paul McCartney of Beatles and Wings fame just couldn’t help but take a swipe at former President George W. Bush during a recent concert at the White House. Let’s side aside the facts that [...]

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Halladay Makes History

Halladay Makes History

| June 1, 2010 | Comments (0)

Published by Parcbench on June 1, 2010: Little did I know when a very dear US Army veteran friend invited me to the Phillies-Marlins game in Miami last night that I would be a witness to some pretty amazing baseball history. Initially, Dave’s (a passionate Mets fan) motivation was to experience Phillies baseball with a [...]

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Peepin' on the Palins

Peepin’ on the Palins

| May 27, 2010 | Comments (0)

Published by Parcbench, May 27 2010: Whether you agree or disagree with her politics and endorsement decisions, it is an unassailable fact that when it comes to Sarah Palin and her family, the left has absolutely no boundaries and certainly no shame. Many of us who genuinely admire and champion the former governor of Alaska [...]

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