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Watchdog Wire Radio Episode 2

Listen to another informative edition of Watchdog Wire Radio.

In our second episode we talk with Watchdog Wire contributor and proprietor of Monoblogue about his latest edition of the Monoblogue Accountability Project, a scorecard of Maryland legislators on key votes from the 2013 legislative session.

Watchdog Wire contributor Dennis McGiver on his first trip to Maryland’s political event of the year, the Millard Tawes Crab and Clambake.  Dennis give us the rundown on all the politicians who trekked to the Eastern Shore for a steamy day of seafood and politics.

Adam Ulbricht of the Franklin Center tells us about the curious story of a newspaper editor suing her own subscribers.  Adam’s piece was picked up by Drudge.

Watchdog Wire Radio host Mark Newgent reads fellow Watchdog Daniel Martin Gray’s epic poem A Short History of Progressive Energy Policy, in Verse

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Mark Newgent

Mark Newgent is a contributing editor to Red Maryland, the premiere blog of conservative politics in the Free State, voted one of the best state political blogs by the Washington Post two years in a row. Mark hosts The Broadside radio program, heard live on the Red Maryland Network every Monday night at 8pm. Mark has served as a fellow for the American Tradition Institute and Climate Strategies Watch researching climate and renewable energy policies in the states. Mark’s writing has appeared in the Baltimore Sun, Washington Examiner, National Review Online, and newspapers throughout the country. Mark is a frequent guest on Baltimore’s WBAL AM 1090

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