With WTKK no longer talking on the air there is an incredible void in the quantity of conservative radio on the air in New England.

No More Michael Graham, No more Joe Lagotti (The guy from Boston). WE lost some first rate talk. Isn’t anyone gonna DO something about it?

This Week DaTechGuy on DaRadio does.

This week you get double DaTechGuy on DaRadio at 10 AM you get DaTechGuy on DaRadio on WCRN. In our first Hour Mary Lotze of the Fitchburg Republican Committee joins us as she always does the 3rd week of the month to talk the issues of the week and in our 2nd Hour Comedian Evan Sayet joins us to talk his latest book and laugh with us till noon.

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Then after an hour of rest for you and frantic driving, for me, at the same time you used to enjoy The Guy from Boston, DaTechGuy is on DaRadio AGAIN! This time on the Money Matters Radio network guest hosting from 1-3 bringing you in an open forum format the first hour and a Second Hour with James O’Keefe to talks about the latest from Project Veritas followed by Mary Ann Harold of WQPH Catholic Radio in the to talk about the upcoming March for life.

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So come for one or both and get your double DaTechGuy Dose this Saturday to take away those talk radio withdrawal blues!

Update: If you are not familiar with our guests today are two videos that will help. First Evan Sayet at Heritage:

And James O’Keefe’s project Veritas

You don’t want to miss either.

Colin Sullivan: You’re an FBI informant? Are you fucking kidding me?
Frank Costello: Grow up! Of course I talked to the FBI.
Colin Sullivan:
Do they know who I am?
Frank Costello: I… I never gave up anybody… who wasn’t going down anyway. Nobody knows nothin’.
Colin Sullivan: Frank… Frank. Do they know about me?

The Departed 2006

I’ve been busy with my own things lately but Stacy McCain is still on the Neal Rauhauser story and noted an… interesting development at the beginning of the week:

OK, so what’s going on here? Why has someone within Anonymous started publishing these recorded phone calls and other documents?

We can speculate on motives, but my best guess is that Rauhauser is suspected of being a government snitch, and this evidence is being published by someone who is trying to make Rauhauser “radioactive” — an untouchable, an enemy of Anonymous — so that every hacker will be warned to stay away from Rauhauser.

Interesting Anonymous has a problem with Rauhauser, chooses to dump this stuff, and a few days later suddenly Stacy notes another….interesting development:

Exactly why left-wing lawyer Jay Leiderman felt it necessary to denounce Neal Rauhauser, I’m not sure. Perhaps it has something to do with the apparent suspicion among members of Anonymous that Neal Rauhauser is a paid federal informant:

Very interestingit would explain why the Kimberlin/Rauhauser stuff never seemed to make an impression on anyone with authority, Stacy continues:

As a law-abiding citizen, I am all in favor of people helping the FBI arrest criminal hackers, but the hackers at Anonymous may feel differently. Considering that one of the files posted by Anonymous includes Neal Rauhauser’s admission that he was “Carlito2000,” who helped prokoke the meltdown that sent former Anonymous spokesman Barrett Brown to federal prison . . . Well, that’s probably just a coincidence, huh?

Yes a coincidence, an interesting coincidence and I’m sure Stacy will have more actual facts as they come out but here is what jumped out at me.

Rauhauser’s actions have been well documented and commented on for a while, yet none of that was enough for Jay Liederman to abandon him. Yet Anonymous leaks information that could suggest Neal was working with the FBI and violá he is cast aside.

Perhaps Liederman, being a man of the left, considers association with the FBI, even through a second party, unwelcome. Maybe he is afraid of Anonymous, after all many are but consider.

It’s my understanding that lawyers are by definition officers of the court. That being the case am I the only person who finds this lawyer’s decision to move away from Neil Rauhauser when he is abandoned by a lawless group very ….interesting?

…considering what’s going on now in NY

Burglars broke into the house in New City, New York, on Wednesday and pried open two safes, before leaving with another one.

The criminals escaped with two handguns, two pistol permits, cash, savings bonds and jewelry. The firearms were in the stolen safe.

(HT Gateway Pundit) Newsday has more

The head of the White Plains Police Benevolent Association, Robert Riley, has been one of the fiercest critics of the Journal News map, saying it puts the lives of police and ordinary residents in potential danger.

“The Journal News printed a virtual treasure map for criminals,” Riley said Monday. “It lets the bad guys know who is vulnerable, due to not having a gun permit, and where to go if they wanted a gun.”

Well I think lawsuit talk is premature nor would I be all that worried after all didn’t NY just pass a sweeping new set of gun laws. I’m sure the burglars seeing this will swiftly see the error of their ways

And if not apparently gunowners in NY have options

One ad says in classic Western script: “WANTED: Law abiding New York gun owners seeking lower taxes and greater opportunities.” Clicking on the ad leads to a Facebook page touting the virtues of Texas, including the fact that the state has no income tax so “you’ll be able to keep more of what you earn and use that extra money to buy more ammo.”

After the last census Texas went from 34 to 38 electoral votes and NY dropped from 31-29. After a decade of this nonsense it will be interesting to see what the numbers are come 2022.

This headline at First Read is simply incredible:

Public lowers expectations heading into Obama’s 2nd term

Apparently Hope and chance is gone, the public has lost hope and doesn’t expect much change.

In addition, more than seven in 10 are dissatisfied with the current state of the economy, and just more than a third are either “very” or “fairly” confident in Obama’s ability to promote a strong and growing economy.

And 60 percent believe the coming year will be a time to hold back and save because of harder times ahead, versus 34 percent who instead think it will be a time of economic expansion and opportunity

So let’s get this straight, Over seventy percent of the public are dissatisfied with the economy, just over a third of the people are confident in the president’s ability to fix it, and 60% of the folks are battening down the hatches for rough weather.

Yet this man just two months ago won 300+ electoral votes?

What’s more this directly contradicts other aspects of the poll:

on Obama’s qualities as president, he gets the best marks for being easygoing and likeable (61 percent give him high marks here), having the ability to handle a crisis (55 percent), being compassionate (53 percent), being knowledgeable and experienced (53 percent) and being a good commander in chief (51 percent).

Bottom line, if this poll is accurate, the public doesn’t expect President Obama to get anything done, but he’s a nice compassionate guy and that’s all that counts. “Yeah my contractor hasn’t fixed that wall, the roof still leaks and the patches in the wall are failing, but I hate to replace him, he’s SUCH a nice guy.” What does this say about us as a nation?

I’ve said in the past that we get the government we deserve and I really thought we deserved better. But looking at these poll results, we just plain don’t.