Rorke Denver, a SEAL commander whose role in the film Act of Valor and his book Damn Few have made him one of the most in-demand speakers in America, was a SEAL Team Three colleague of Chris Kyle, and Denver writes about the movie, the controversy and his brother-in arms in today’s Wall Street Journal. Don’t miss it.
Today marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, and the Telegraph has an aggregator of stories related to the anniversary.
Thanks to Chuck Todd and the entire Meet the Press team for having me on the panel yesterday. It is’t everyday you get to hang out in a green room with Tom Brokaw and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and then offer up your assessments of a major political gathering in Iowa, but that was yesterday’s fun and I got out of town and to Hillsdale before the snow began to fly.
Broadcasting from a journalism conference at Hillsdale College for the next three days where the morning temps are in the single digits. Beautiful college and wonderful students and faculty –among the very best in the country– but they could have founded it in San Diego if they wanted to hold conferences in January.
I broadcast for D.C. today and will stay through Sunday to be on the Meet The Press panel Sunday, which will reverse roles with my standard Friday interview with MTP host Chuck Todd. Todd joins me in the second hour today to talk the big stories of the weekend:
HH: Broadcasting tonight from Washington, D.C. I flew in today, and I’m going to be on Meet the Press with my next guest on Sunday. It’s role reversal. I’m a little worried about this, because Chuck Todd has usually just answered my questions. I’ve never had to answer his. Chuck, welcome back, you’re, I hope you’re going easy on me on Sunday.
CT: Oh, well, it depends. How much information are you going to have about the Mitt Romney-Jeb Bush meeting?
HH: Well actually, nothing on that, but I hear that there were about a dozen to 18 people there today in Boston, that the meeting went five, six hours, and there’s no declaration of candidacy, yet. What are you hearing about that?
CT: Well, I know, I’ve heard that basically, that this is the meeting, though, is what I heard, that this is the big one, that this is the sort of, while he may not say what his decision is, it is being used as sort of the meeting to say okay, guys, what are we doing? Continue Reading