I Read The News Today, Oh Boy!

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Two American ex-pats, separated by 7500 kilometers and their levels of optimism, take on the issues of the day in the United States, Canada, Europe and the world. They hunt down news you might have missed, sometimes provide good insights, and shake their heads at the rampant idiocy in the world more often than can be considered healthy ... good thing they live in countries with socialized medicine!

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Podcast
Dec 15, 2006

Episode 7: Will the Senat(or) Yield?

I Read The News Today, Oh Boy!
Matt Adams (Canada) and Keith Gottschalk (USA) have a spirited discussion over a stricken US Senator, an elected(?) Canadian Senate and polls, polls, polls!
Podcast
Dec 1, 2006

Episode 5: Can the Centre Hold?

I Read The News Today, Oh Boy!
Matt Adams (Canada) and Keith Gottschalk (USA) bat around the candidates for Liberal Party leadership and even engage in some handicapping. Also: the US mess in Iraq grows larger
Podcast
Nov 9, 2006

Episode 4: Don't Let the Door Hit You. . .

I Read The News Today, Oh Boy!
Matt Adams (Canada) and Keith Gottschalk (USA) dissect the recent US elections and the resignation of Donald Rumsfeld including interesting bits of news you may have missed.
Podcast
Oct 25, 2006

Episode 2: All Politics, Almost All the Time

I Read The News Today, Oh Boy!
Matt Adams (Canada) and Keith Gottschalk (USA) take a look at upcoming elections in the US and Canada including interesting bits of news you may have missed.
Podcast
Oct 16, 2006

Episode 1: Two Guys, Two Countries, One Love for News

I Read The News Today, Oh Boy!
Matt Adams (Canada) and Keith Gottschalk (USA) launch IRTN with a look at House pages, Korean nukes, Canadian greenhouse gases (not just Stephen Harper) and tasty tidbits of news you may have missed.

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