Thursday, August 23, 2012

Podcast #5: Let's Talk Tachlis with Moshe Friedman 8-21-12

Moshe Friedman and Michael Fragin talk to 45th Assembly district candidate, Ben Akeslrod, challenging incumbent Steve Cymbrowitz in the September 13th Democratic primaries.

Moshe Friedman also discusses Jewish Political Blogs with Jacob Kornbluh and Yossi Gestetner.

Friday, August 17, 2012

Podcast #4: Let's Talk Tachlis Radio Show 8-14




Let's Talk Tachlis 8-14-12 with Michael Fragin - Assemblyman Michael Simanowitz, Rabbi Srulie Fried Chai Lifeline's NJ regional director on Bike4Chaim, and Morris Tuchman, President of the Hampton Synagogue discussing the Westhampton Eruv controversy - local and national politics in WSNR AM620 or at http://talklinecommunications.com Tuesdays 7-8pm EST

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Podcast #3: Jewish Political Talk with Michael Fragin and Guest-Host Phil Goldfeder 8/6/12

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Sunday, August 5, 2012

Review: 'Wow, That's Tachlis.'

An interesting review on our radio show 'Let's Talk Tachlis' by  the Orthodox Pundit Blog:
 I finally got time to run through parts of the Let's Talk Tachlis' debut. Michael Fragin is a super host, and as one who afforded me several re-tweets, I was happy to hear his voice. Moshe Friedman's voice would have been better for a Daf Hayomi Shiur, but the substance is brilliant. A real nice program, especially since it seems that they will take a no holds bars attitude. The traditional talk show programs are often reduced to bragging shows and infomercials. I'm delighted that finally someone it talking Tachlis (sorry for those having a hard time to pronounce it).
Hear are some interesting points from the first program: 
Starting a little bit after minute 20, the two are discussing if endorsements are turning off Heimishe voters. Moshe says that endorsements doesn't help any more, and is echoing a point I made a day after the Storobin win, that people "don’t want to be said what they have to do…"

Somewhere after 36, Moshe, who supported Lew Fidler in the special election, is telling that David Storobin won 88 percent of  the vote in BP and 39 percent of Flatbush's. I was the first to reveal Storobin's strength in BP, but never knew that it reached these margins. Moshe was surprised that the marriage issue was stronger in BP than in Flatbush. Explanation: more inclusive Jews hardly cared for rules that are almost exclusivity impacting the broader community. This, apparently, have changed.  

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Podcast #2: Jewish Political Talk with Michael Fragin and Moshe Friedman 7/31/12

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