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law·less·ness, talk

law·less·ness, talk

Two of my radio appearances regarding Obama and the Rule of Law

I’ve done a number of radio appearances regarding my column at The Washington Examiner, Lawlessness is now the dominant theme in the Obama saga. See my prior post, law·less·ness, noun.

Here are two interviews.

I was on the Jim Vicevich Show on March 17. I blushed at all the kind words he had for me and Legal Insurrection.

Unfortunately, there is no embeddable or even downloadable audio , but you can CLICK HERE to listen to it directly.

I also appeared on the Mike Hayes Show at WIZM 1410 La Crosse, WI:


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TrooperJohnSmith | July 19, 2014 at 9:01 am

Your accolades are well-deserved.

You are the “1%” in the sense that you got involved in a huge, meaningful way. You have helped make us all more active and, daresay, more “activist”!


Oh I missed you on La Crosse Talk. This is my hometown station and often listen to it on my way to work. I have read your blog since at least the Zimmerman issue and this is the first time I have commented. I had to say something since I saw the mention of La Crosse. Especially interesting is your focus on higher education and First Amendment issues. My personal experiences at a local university up the river in Winona, MN nearly lead to FIRE taking up a case there. Anyways, I digress. Keep up the good fight!

Dear Professor Jacobson, I would like to thank you for your pleasant speaking voice.

I am able to listen to your arguments, you remain calm and understandable. You impart information I find useful.

Yes, you are a “Professor” and “speaking” should be considered part of your skill set… Professor = eloquent public speaker…naaah… today, not so much.

I am weary of “crowd manipulators” being considered “great orators.”

Mostly I read for information, and I frequently find myself returning to your site for balance in that quest.

I agree with both TrooperJohnSmith and sven above and I thank you again for keeping us in the fight.