UPDATE: The transcripts of all three interviews will be posted at the Transcripts page later.
I have three guests today, all of whom are first time guests on the show.
Bishop William Lori leads the Archdiocese of Bridgeport, Connecticut, and he will be talking about the president’s “compromise” offered on Friday. (Here are the bishop’s sermon notes from Sunday, including a section on “the current controversy.”) Bishop Lori is an expert on the controversies surrounding religious liberty in the United States.
Denny Weinberg is one of the most experienced and successful health insurance execs of the past twenty years a founding director of Wellpoint— and though now retired, can tell us what a “free benefit” is since we all want some, and if the president can make the “morning after” pill and sterilization free, why can’t do I have to pay for my glasses?
Finally, David Parker is a longtime friend of Mitt Romney, and his piece on Romney’s executive experience is a superb essay.
I have invites out to Rick Santorum, Tagg Romney and John Campbell as well, but as yet no word back from those three.