Jeff Katz of Boston's Rush Radio 1200 will interview A Conservative Lesbian at 7 am, ET, on May 11

by CynthiaYockey on May 11, 2010

Screen cap of the May 10, 2010, page at Rush Radio 1200 for talk show host Jeff Katz with a link to my piece at Pajamas Media, "Why is it a slur to suggest Elena Kagan is a lesbian?"I hear tell that Monday morning, May 10, Boston conservative radio talk show host Jeff Katz at Rush Radio 1200 talked about my piece published on May 9 at Pajamas Media, “Why is it a slur to suggest Elena Kagan is a lesbian?” for his entire show. This evening his intrepid producer, Jason Pothier, tracked me down and asked me to be a guest tomorrow, Tuesday, May 11, at 7 am, Eastern Daylight Time. I’m booked for 12-ish minutes.

The Jeff Katz show runs from 5 am to 9 am, Monday through Friday, The call-in number is 617-931-1200. If you click on the link above to go to Jeff’s Web page at Rush Radio 1200, the red button with the “Play” arrow lets you listen to the show.

Jeff had the perfect career preparation for becoming a conservative radio talk show host — he was a police officer for Philadelphia’s housing authority. A more detailed bio is here.

Not all of Jeff’s show is made available as podcasts, but I think you’ll enjoy the podcast of his May 7 interview with ex-ACORN employee Anita Moncrief.

I checked YouTube and found a couple of clips I like. Regular gentle readers will know that I first began to part company with liberalism and the Democratic party when I found out about presidential candidate Barack Obama’s 20-year association with Rev. Jeremiah Wright. I had pretty much the same reaction that Jeff has here:

Jeff also spoke in Boston on April 14, 2010, at a Tea Party demonstration — he makes the point that the structure the Founders created is precious, but can be broken, so we must guard it so we can pass it to the next generation:

So, Jeff, I’m looking forward to talking with you and I hope our conversation will entertain, educate and inspire your listeners. Here are some posts to glance over to get to know me a bit better:

My Blissful Gay Marriage” post at Pajamas Media, with photos of me and my late life partner of over 20 years, Margaret Ardussi here.

On Islam: “Remembering my friend, Alan Scherr, murdered in the Mumbai massacre

On Islam: “Apocalypse in 3, 2, 1 … I agree with Pat Robertson” (that we need to pass a law declaring Islam is a political system, not a religion)

No equality for me despite an ancestor that served with Washington at Valley Forge” (OK, the headline says it all.)

Bookworm — Chai is wrong, homosexual equality and religious liberty can co-exist

My definition of ‘womanliness’ is fairly broad

First Lady Michelle Obama unites the beauty of Eleanor Roosevelt with the style of Mamie Eisenhower and the warmth and charm of Mary Todd Lincoln

Update, 5/11/2010, Tues.: Jeff made the interview a pleasure, and I enjoyed talking with him. The podcast of our conversation is posted at Rush Radio 1200, but it doesn’t have a permalink so if you go to the podcast page you may have to search by my name or the date of the interview (5/11/2010).

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  • Amy

    Cool! So how’d it go?

    And thanks for all the linkys…am at home today supposed to be doing productive things but now that baby is napping…

    • Amy,

      Jeff was great! I’ll post the podcast/MP3 link when it’s up — I checked a few minutes ago and they had my photo, but the link wasn’t there. If you listen, let me know what you think. I stayed up too late preparing for the interview and writing the post about Jeff, so I can’t remember much of what I said.

      Cynthia

  • Amy

    OK…first…awesome to hear your voice. You sounded so cute! Not to diminish your content, but you have a cute voice.

    And B) Good Lord, girl, you don’t budge an inch, do you?

    The part that got me was when you talked about high school. This is pretty serious…when kids don’t get to live like kids through “normal” kid stuff (dating, prom, expectation of grown up results for having gone through all this shit, whatever) it DOES increase the risk of being an emotionally stunted adult, and puts a person at risk for all kinds of unhealthy relationships.

    Also, you made me cry at the end, so thanks for that.

    I think I have some actual disagreements with some of the stuff you said, but will save for a re-listening. Actually, not so much disagreements but advice. Since I myself have been interviewed on the radio so often. (not)

    Good job, girlie.

    • Amy,

      Thank you! I’m interested in hearing your additional feedback, too! Also, I do NOT like the sounded of my recorded voice, so I’m delighted I’ve gotten positive feedback about it from you and from my dear gentle readers who heard me call in on “The Rush Limbaugh Show.”

      I can’t remember what I said at the end, though.

      Cynthia

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