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It's All Politics, Aug. 19, 2010
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This Week's Podcast: Blago, Elving And Rudin Stay Out Of Prison, For Now

This Week's Podcast: Blago, Elving And Rudin Stay Out Of Prison, For Now

The politics of the proposed Islamic center in lower Manhattan — in short hand, the "Ground Zero mosque" — is the main topic in this week's episode of our "It's All Politics" podcast.

Plus, Rod Blagojevich is convicted of a felony (but proclaims victory), Tom DeLay is no longer under investigation in the Abramoff affair (but still has Texas charges to deal with), Michael Bloomberg is endorsing Democrats and Republicans around the country (but this has NOTHING to do with a White House bid down the road), and a look ahead to next week's primaries in Arizona, Alaska and Florida (but sadly little to say about Vermont).

Even sadder, you can listen to the podcast here:

It's All Politics, Aug. 19, 2010
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Credits (as it were) —
Nonstop talkers: Ron Elving and Ken Rudin
Producer: Evie Stone
Editor: Cathy Shaw

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