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LAist Interviews's James Joyner

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Yesterday we interviewed John Amato of Crooks and Liars and today we take it to Right Blogistan to pick the brain of Outside the Beltway's James Joyner. (Amato and Joyner are pictured on the left and right, respectively.)

While Amato was pulled away after a few minutes yesterday, we had an entire 15-minute break with Joyner at the Westin Bonaventure (we're covering the Knight New Media Center's Covering Politics in Cyberspace conference) to rap about what McCain could possibly be thinking about, why Free Republic sucks, and how the political blogosphere might change if the Dems take over the WH in 2008.

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