W&W on the Radio: Sotomayor, “Bruno” and the Next Right

On the latest Wilshire & Washington On the Radio, we look at the state of bipartisanship, six months into President Obama's term.

The focus has been on the fireworks at the hearings for Sonia Sotomayor, but they have nothing on other confirmation battles,

Plus, while journalism vets lament sites with an ideological bent, led by Huffington Post and Talking Points Memo, is it really all that bad?

And is "Bruno" more palatable because it is an equal opportunity offender.

Our guest is Jon Henke, former new media director for the Republican communications office and co-founder of TheNextRight.com.

You can listen to the latest show here.

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