Daily Kos Radio is on the air, Monday through Friday, now from 9 a.m. to noon, ET. We start with two hours of the Kagro in the Morning show from 9-11, and then it’s The Ministry of Truth, with Armando Llorens, starring Jesse LaGreca from 11-12.
How to Listen
Your options to listen LIVE:
- Click on the embedded Flash player below
- Go to netrootsradio.com and click on the embedded player or direct link there
- Click on this direct link if you need a non-Flash player, say, for iPad or iPhone
- iPad and iPhone users can download the SHOUTCast Radio app for your mobile device & search for “Blue Skies Radio.” That’s the Netroots Radio home base, and it’s where you’ll find our Daily Kos Radio programming
- For Android: go with the “StreamFurious” app
- BlackBerry users, see this guide by idbecrazyif
For podcasts you can stream or download, watch the Daily Kos Radio group page, where we post our shows daily.
We’re fairly confident now that we can take your calls during the show! It’ll be an informal affair, but hey, it’s better than nothing! Tune in for details on how to reach us, and then let us get you good and pissed off so you call!
What’d you miss if you skipped Daily Kos Radio yesterday? Well, some of the good stuff went like this:
Congratulations to the anti-gay Chick-Fil-A activists:
On today’s show
DemFromCT promises to make something up, if necessary, in order to join us for a polling and issues update in the morning. We’ll have another installment of Hunter’s Chronicles of Mitt, as read by the Romneybot3000, and Daily Kos Political Director David Nir joins us for his first appearance on the show, as well!
Be sure to hang around afterwards for Jesse and Armando, and a full day of solid, progressive programming afterward, brought to you by the gang at Netroots Radio!
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What’s happening in Congress today?
In the House
Not really sure! Apparently the House couldn’t get it together to approve an adjournment resolution, and we’re not really sure what that’s going to mean. What it won’t mean is than anyone’s really going to do any work over the next month. But by not adjourning, some committees can technically continue to operate, and maybe report out some legislation the House has been waiting on. They won’t act on it, but they can report it out. Basically, a bunch of members from both sides of the aisle, unwilling to admit that they were taking the month off, are taking the month off but refusing to say so.
In the Senate
Outta here! See you in September!