2020 Minicast – Ronald Wilson Reagan

February 12, 2020 by  
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Let’s remember our 40th President – Ronald Wilson Reagan.  We celebrate his wit and courage.  Ed Kasputis reflects upon his 2010 visit to the Reagan Library in Simi Valley.


2012 College World Series

June 7, 2012 by  
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It’s great to be in Omaha for another College World Series.  We remember the first two College World Series while Marina Keegan ’12 (Yale) reminds us about The Opposite of Loneliness.  Ed Kasputis interviews Larry Roth about this year’s College World Series and Cleveland Plain Dealer award winning science writer, John Mangels about the science of concussions and will it doom the NFL?  Our podcast concludes as we head east for next week’s podcast featuring the Chicago White Sox.  Will the Supreme Court rule on ObamaCare by then?  Say it ain’t so, Barack.  Say it ain’t so.


Bin Laden Killed, Phillies Fans Cheer

May 2, 2011 by  
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Killed by Navy Seals

Osama Bin Laden was killed today by U.S. Special forces in Pakistan.  This news was announced during the 9th inning of the Phillies May 1st game with the Mets.  The game is now in the 14th inning and it is now May 2nd.  While the hunt for Bin Laden also went into extra innings, all extra inning games eventually come to an end.  Congratulations to President Obama and our special forces for a job well done.

President Obama makes the call

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Obama unites fans at Nationals’ Opener

April 13, 2010 by  
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President Barack Obama

President Barack Obama

George W. Bush said that he was a uniter and not a divider.   On April 5, 2010, President Barack Obama galvanized the crowd as he stood on the pitcher’s mound preparing to throw out the first pitch.

Listen to the crowd as our Commander in Chief puts on his baseball cap.  This Friday, we’ll be releasing our Washington Nationals podcast.  Enjoy the video.