Off to Philly for an event with Bill Bennett and Ann Coulter, but the transcripts of my conversations with Mark Steyn and Ambassador John Bolton –both of whom dissect Joe Biden’s “big stick” speech– are here for the reading.
Also for reading is A Time for Governing, edited by Yuval Levin and Meghan Clyne.
I talk with Yuval in hours one and two Friday to stress the message that the country’s problems can be fixed, and the solutions are known. They are outlined in this book.
But none of them will be passe –none of them– unless Mitt Romney wins in November and brings along a GOP majority in the Senate. That takes money and volunteers. That takes you. Please visit this list and get behind one or more of the key candidates in the key races.
Hour three Friday is my monthly Entrepreneurs’ Hour, featuring two for-profit start-ups and one very touching not-for profit.
The founders of Nemesis Arms and of Gina’s Homemade both join me in segments one and two. The makes of sniper rifles and artisanal cheeses are an intuitive pair, but both have launched successful businesses in the teeth of the recession.
And my final guest, Erik Rees, will tell the story of Jessie.org, the foundation begun by his late daughter Jessie after she learned of the kids at Childrens’ Hospital who couldn’t go home after their treatments. Jessie got her wings earlier this year, but her deep concern for her fellow patients led her to start Joy Jars and to live her slogan NEGU– never, ever give up.
An extraordinary Friday show, so don’t miss a minute of it.