Between courses and conversations, touchdowns and naps, and especially after thanks are given to a wonderful God and the American military He allows to keep us at table free to eat and argue and full of food, some of you will stray to the computer or the radio.
First, here is the transcript of my interview in which he dismisses me as his Senate campaign manager. I am fielding offers for a tell-all book on the dysfunction within the Steyn for Senate campaign, tentatively titled “Canuckered: Doubling Down on Game Changing Fear and Loathing Near The Canadian Border.” SteynForSenate.com remains a force in Granite Staet politics however.
If you tune in to today’s show while going to-and-fro to grandmother’s house, you hear an encore presentation of my three hour interview of Charles Krauthammer about his best-selling Things That Matter. The transcripts of those chats are here (hour 1) and here (hours 2 and 3).
If you are moved to an act of charity today, consider yesterday’s radio guest Brian Ash and his ArriveInKenya.org.
If you are shopping online for books today, here are my recommendations for books for your loved ones (or yourself) from NationalReview.com’s annual Christmas present shopping guide.
If you want to check off some non-book shopping and you cannot get to Portland or Freeport Maine, get ahead of the cyber-mob and visit Seabag.org, whose co-owner will be my guest tomorrow to talk Black Friday shopping frenzies past and future. Two of the thousands of unique offerings:
Then there is that new book for the New Year that everyone is talking about: The Happiest Life. Preorder your New Year’s resolution today. The early reviews are, well, humbling:
But no matter how you spend your day, active or log-like in front of the tube, a Happy Thanksgiving to you.