Our Week In The Web: November 14, 2014

If you spend any time perusing our web properties or listening to the show — otherwise, we're not sure why you're here right now, to be totally honest — you'll notice how much we push people to our Facebook and Twitter feeds. They are an important part of the work we do on air, and a big help to us as we plan and produce future shows. We want your input and feedback; parts you liked, disliked, were bothered by, and more. Seeing as we're only taking live callers for two out of 24 hours in any given day, it can be hard to participate in the conversation if you're hearing our broadcast in a podcast feed or in a different time zone. That's why we want your input here, on Facebook and on Twitter — SnapChat and This. are still up for debate in our newsroom — and why we hope you find the things we share there useful to you as you make your daily reading and listening decisions. That's it for us this week, but we, of course, hope to catch you this weekend online.

The Most Listened-To Shows Online (November 7, 2014 — November 13, 2014 )

1.  A Week In The News: A GOP Tidal Wave, New ISIS Strategy, Remembering Tom Magliozzi (November 7, 2014)

2. Judaism And Jesus Christ (November 12, 2014)

3. The Racial Divide In American Politics (November 10, 2014)

4. How The Halbig Case Could Gut Obamacare (November 12, 2014)

5. A Dire Climate Change Report, And The Possibility For Change (November 6, 2014)

Our Favorite Guest Quotes From This Week

"Hi John, how you doing? And hi, other John." — David Moffitt 

"Religious faith is not a Sudoku, getting all the numbers right. It comes from your heart." — Amy-Jill Levine

"Dance is used as storytelling in this show. If the dance is right then the storytelling is right." — Josh Bergasse 

"What happens if I move to Louisiana? Am I no longer getting a recall?" — Phil LeBeau

Our Favorite Comments (Facebook, Twitter and Disqus) From This Week

"Hey @tomashbrooknpr, "Everything is Alright" came on my Pandora just now, & I thought "it's a little early for @OnPointRadio..." #fooled" (@Call_Me_Eric)

"Totally, utterly, completely, profoundly not interested in any sports team on the planet." (Joe Roberts)

"If your audience can handle these nuclear truth bombs I'll be there." (@do_rand)

"It gets cold in the winter? Whoda' thunk?" (HonestDebate1)

"Now... how come they can drink on the job...?! not fair!" (April Olsen)

Our Favorite Bit Of Internet This Week

This incredible mashup of the "Serial" podcast theme song and Miley Cyrus' pop hit, "Wrecking Ball." (Funny Or Die)


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