Join Rick Bulow and Billie Cotter as they go through the week in news. With 2012 coming to a close, this week’s show will be a little different. They will be going through the entire year with an all-star panel that include the best and brightest from shows all across the online Conservative sphere. Among the panelists will be Kel Fritzi (aka The Red Fox), Patricia Baber (former co-host of Red, Right, and Blue), Germaine Thompson (Host of Conservative Prime Time) and others. A few of the topics they will go through will be the 2012 Campaign and the horrific shootings in Aurora and Newtown. They will also pay a tribute to Andrew Breitbart, a great American Patriot who was taken unexpectedly and at a young age. Your calls are also welcome and of course they will also have Schmuck of the Week.
Come join the fun and frivolity that is Red, Right, and Blue today at 1:30 PM Eastern. The chatroom at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/conservativennationradio/2012/12/29/red-right-and-blue--the-year-in-review will be open 30 minutes early for some last minute show prep and also so the audience can have a little meet and greet with the hosts. If you want to join in the fun, there are three ways to do so.
- Call 718-305-7176 about 5 minutes before the show starts if you want to get in the call queue early or you can call in throughout the show.
- Call in using Skype. As soon as the show starts there is a little Skype button (or as my good friend The Reactionariez calls it the Skipity Skype button) which will display next to the phone number at the top of the page. As soon as you press it just follow the instructions of the English Lady at the other end and you will be in the call queue
- If you are unable to log into the chat, there is another way for you to engage the conversation if you use Twitter. Just tweet your comments or questions using the hashtag #RedRightBlue.
Tell your friends. Tell your enemies. Hell, tell a Liberal. This show is the last show of 2012 and I guarantee you that I will end Red, Right, and Blue on a high note for 2012 and look ahead to what 2013 has in store.