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Programming Highlights; June 20, 2010

Tune in to some great content from today on BlogTalkRadio.
*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.
Today’s Programming Highlights:

 

bob-baldwin-3At 4 PM Talking Smooth Jazz host Terri Scott hangs with pianist Mike Phillips, whose new album, Never Can Say Goodbye, pays tribute to Michael Jackson with cool takes on such hot King of Pop classics as I’ll Be There, Bad and She’s Out of My Life.

 

jackie-masonAt 8 PM The Honest Conservative rolls out the red carpet (no to mention the red herring) for Jackie Mason. The comic icon will offer is trademark take on the state of the union—including the increasingly obstreperous Tea Party movement. Plus: Reformed PLO member Walid Shoebat.

 

rob-richesAt 11 PM Tag, You’re It hosts Kelly Wallace and Stefan Pinto get busy with Rob Riches, the 2009 World Fitness Model Champion. The British fitness guru—who’s been splashed across the covers of scores of magazines—will share his secrets for looking our best in the buff this summer.

 

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Jackie Mason to Jay Leno: Don’t Be Afraid to Joke About Obama!

Here’s a new one: An iconic Jewish comedian whose politics lean to the (gulp) right.

Interviewed on Accuracy in Media’s Take AIM, Jackie Mason expresses his concern about the “Obama Effect” on his fellow funnymen.

"It's easier to insult someone's mother than it is to insult Barack Obama," Jackie (above) tells us.

"It's easier to insult someone's mother than it is to insult Barack Obama," Jackie (above) tells us.

“All the comedians are on his side. They’re all very leftist liberals. So they don’t even tell a joke about Barack Obama,” the onetime rabbi tells host Roger Aronoff.

“They just do worshipful speeches about him. All of a sudden he became god to them. They sound like, when they refer to him, like he’s the pope.

“They’re afraid to mention one critical word about him. So the humor has left all the comedians, even Jay Leno,” continues Jackie, who played Jew #1 at the Spanish Inquisition in Continue reading