On Local Radio By Caleb Stegall - June 2, 2010 4 Reading Time: < 1 Facebook Twitter Email Print My appearance on local radio yesterday discussing politics and law, both practical and philosophical. Skip to the 55 minute mark. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The Stump A Conservative for Our Time Short Precedents, Technosolutionism, and A Hidden Life The Blackboard Poor Little Lamb The Barbershop Human Interaction: The Most Essential Business Short Prospects for Localism: An FPR Conversation The Barbershop Ravining 4 COMMENTS A fine, solid interview, Caleb; great work. I found it very instructive about issues that, as someone whose been in Kansas now for four years, I ought to be better informed about, and in general I thought your comments about Tea Party candidates, the peril of endorsements, and dealing with party establishments very astute. I wish you’d gotten into the 4th congressional district race a little; we need to catch up and talk about that some more one of these days. The Pompeo-Winkman face-off is heating up, and I have to confess that Goyle is beginning to annoy me. Thanks Russell. Your comments always appreciated. Are you still doing the Kansas Week show occasionally? They haven’t asked me to do it with them in ages, and now I hear that Kansas Week is no more. If that’s the case, my chances of achieving media stardom have become that much more remote. http://cjonline.com/opinion/2010-06-11/column_ratings_schmatings_tv_show_is_good_for_kansas Russell, your chance for fame lives! Comments are closed.