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David Pakman is a young charismatic progressive radio show host who is from Buenos Aires. He and his crew live in Northhampton, MA. He covers politics from a progressive point of view and he is incredible in his political analysis.

He invites right-wingers to his show to make them look like fools while David looks calm. He also highlights both praise about Democrats and Obama; and also disagreements/criticisms of how Democrats and Obama do their jobs. He is as fair as possible. He inspires me and others. He co-hosts with his brother Natan and his best friend Louis Motamedi. They all need your support in order to keep going, preferably through memberships. They are independent media running on independent money from people like you. If you are a member, you get tons of benefits, including "bonus shows" which feature more conversational/ laid back talk about politics and even personal stories.

Here is the link to his main page.

http://www.davidpakman.com/

Here is the information to getting a membership.

http://www.davidpakman.com/...

You can pay monthly membership fees or once-a-year fees.

Please follow David Pakman on twitter through both twitter accounts at the very least.

@dpakman
@davidpakmanshow

The David Pakman show also is on facebook.

If you sign up for a membership, please private message me your name so that I can  email David at david@davidpakman.com letting him know that I referred/recommended you to sign up. Thank you very much.  

Or if YOU prefer to let him know I referred you his email is  david@davidpakman.com

Originally posted to sreeizzle2012 on Sun Dec 16, 2012 at 02:05 PM PST.

Also republished by Maryland Kos and Youth Kos 2.0.

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