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Glenn Reynolds Debuts InstaVision!

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Over at Pajamas Media, Glenn Instapundit Reynolds unveils his new talk show, InstaVision, and promises a Buck Rodgers-style set sometime in the near future. Watch his first show, heavy on government-spending analysis and featuring guests Alison Acosta Fraser of Heritage Foundation and Megan McArdle of The Atlantic.

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  1. Wow, an Instapundit TV show with Buck Rogers style! How modern! Too bad I already had plans to shave my head with a cheese grater while chewing on tinfoil.

  2. The Danegeld is paid.

    For now.

  3. Oh, I dunno. We could do a hell of a lot worse than Glenn Reynolds as a mainstream-friendly, libertarian-leaning alt-media front man.

  4. Glenn Reynolds? He couldn’t think his way out of strips of wet paper, much less a bag.

  5. Glenn Reynolds is a neocon torture-supporting hack who occasionally links to Hit and Run to be able to at least claim that he’s a libertarian.

  6. Reynolds represents everything that is wrong with fusionism. He is a confused conservative

  7. Oh, I dunno. We could do a hell of a lot worse than Glenn Reynolds as a mainstream-friendly, libertarian-leaning alt-media front man.

    Look, the only other option was me, but apparently nobody sees the triumph of standing up to terrorists by downing Ambien but me.

  8. He couldn’t think his way out of strips of wet paper, much less a bag.

    Jesus Christ, Lonewacko. That’s so ridiculously unfunny that it actually made me laugh. And putting ‘strips’ in bold was a nice touch.

  9. Reynolds represents everything that is wrong with fusionism. He is a confused conservative

    Well, let’s see. He is anti-gun control, pro-marijuana legalization, anti-tax and spend, skeptical of government regulatory expansion, and comes across as a reasonable guy. I don’t recall him being pro-choice, anti-gay marriage, or otherwise socially conservative.

    Other than his general affect of moderation and reasonableness, what’s the knock?

  10. That he’s the ultimate Republican in libertarian’s clothing.

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