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Katrina blame game, Giles plays and the Post on podcasting

Monday, February 13, 2006: CEI's John Berlau, musician Rob Giles and The Washington Post's Frank Ahrens, plus calls, instant messages and emails about pop culture, the day's news and a smattering of technology...it's The David Lawrence Show for a Monday.

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Tonight's notes:
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7pm PT:

John Berlau, Warren T. Brookes Jounalism Fellow of The Competitive Enterprise Institute, joins us live from Washington, DC to look at one of the main reasons the Sierra Club is so quiet these days about what's going on in New Orleans - they worked feverishly to prevent any shoring up of the levees in and around the city. Thank god we saved all those endangered species so that Katrina could kill them instead. John talks about the balance of nature versus man and man's often misguided attempts at management of ecology.



8pm PT:

Rob Giles, musician and subject of RobGiles.com, joins us live in studio to talk about his life, play his music, and his selection as the Net Unknown on the Net Music Countdown, and more.



9pm PT:

Frank Ahrens, on the staff of Washington Post, joins us live from Washingtton DC to talk about the machinations of the Federal Communications Commission, in particular what happens when you complain to them about something you don't like that airs on broadcast radio or television.



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