Multimedia

Civics in an Evolving Society

By Justin Katz | July 8, 2011 |

The topic of conversation, when Andrew spoke with Tony Cornetta on the Matt Allen Show, last night, was constitutional principle and the wise structure of our government. Stream by clicking here, or download it.

Arbitration and History

By Justin Katz | June 30, 2011 |

Marc and Matt Allen continued the conversation about binding arbitration on last night’s Matt Allen Show and went on to talk a bit about Michelle Bachmann. Stream by clicking here, or download it.

In and Out of the Public Sector

By Justin Katz | June 24, 2011 |

The conversation was mainly of Esserman and arbitration when Monique called in to the Matt Allen Show, on Wednesday. Stream by clicking here, or download it.

Portsmouth Institute, “The Catholic Shakespeare?,” Sunday, June 12

By Justin Katz | June 21, 2011 |

This year’s Portsmouth Institute conference changed things up a bit by eliminating the one or two presentations from Thursday and lining up three for Sunday. It definitely made sense to better utilize the second weekend day, although the talks came in such rapid succession that a second viewing with time to ruminate is in order.…

Portsmouth Institute, “The Catholic Shakespeare?,” Saturday, June 11

By Justin Katz | June 17, 2011 |

The Saturday sessions of the Portsmouth Institute‘s conference, this year, began with Clare Asquith, speaking on “As You Like It and the Elizabethan Catholic Dilemma”: Mrs. Asquith’s acute thesis is that Shakespeare wrote the play with a particular Catholic family in mind — indeed, perhaps under that family’s patronage. Her broader suggestion is that the…

What We Expect from Our Leaders

By Justin Katz | June 16, 2011 |

On last night’s Matt Allen Show, Matt and I talked about expectations for the forthcoming budget, speeding tickets, and things on the blog. Stream by clicking here, or download it.

Portsmouth Institute, “The Catholic Shakespeare?,” Friday, June 10

By Justin Katz | June 14, 2011 |

As always, the Portsmouth Institute‘s annual conference was an edifying and relaxing taste of high intellectual pursuit, and one can only wish such events were more regularly available… and more broadly pursued by the general public. Rt. Rev. Dom Aidan Bellenger, the Abbot of Downside, set the scene with the opening lecture on Friday afternoon.…

Books and Stuff

By Justin Katz | June 9, 2011 |

Monique talked books and happenings around the site last night on the Matt Allen Show. Stream by clicking here, or download it.

Endorsements and Blame

By Justin Katz | May 26, 2011 |

Marc’s call in to Matt Allen Show, last night, touched on the Projo’s now-laughable endorsement of David Cicilline and Treasurer Gina Raimondo’s efforts to blame nobody for the pension mess that she counts as the issue facing Rhode Island. Stream by clicking here, or download it.

What’s Been Earned

By Justin Katz | May 19, 2011 |

On last night’s Matt Allen Show, Matt and I talked about fixing the pension system and whether pensions are earned more than private sector income. Stream by clicking here, or download it.

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