Having spent yesterday snow bound in a Boston hotel, I’m eager to get to the microphone tonight and spend six hours –from 6 PM until midnight EST on air– gathering predictions and then reporting results. I’ll be joined in my Boston studio by Sidewire’s Jon Allen, also a columnist for Roll Call, who will be running a simultaneous “Livewire” event for Sidewire (download the great App for the site if you haven’t already.) A special guest will open program at 6 PM EST, and among the line-up are a number of Washington Post reporters on the ground in NH –Robert Costa, Ed O’Keefe, Phil Rucker, Karen Tumulty– plus Politico’s Mike Allen, Shane Goldmacher, Alex Isenstadt and Annie Karni, the Washington Examiner’s Michael Barone, David Drucker and Michael Barone, and Senators Tom Cotton, Mike Lee and Jim Talent and House Financial Services Chair Jeb Hensarling, Commentary’s John Podhoertz, National Review’s Eliana Johnson and the Weekly Standard’s Fred Barnes and Bill Kristol.
And of course Guy Benson, Mary Katharine Ham, and Ed Morrissey of Salem Media Group will call in as their reporting and posting schedules at Townhall.com and HotAir.com allow.
One note: It was announced yesterday that beginning 4/4 I will move my broadcast to 6-9 AM EST as Dr. Bennett goes all Brit Hume on us. He’ll be a frequent guest with me and all the other Salem Media Group shows, doing segments within my show as well as a weekend program and so the best of both worlds, except for the early-rising challenged. Looking forward to driving America to work every day –and the news cycle as well on occasion.