Why “talk radio” is really the best media platform around: Three conversations you won’t hear anywhere else within three hours of each other.
And Mark Steyn on the president’s bow to the king, the iPod, and why The Sting wouldn’t get made today (or Goldfinger for that matter.)
A first for the program today –an in-studio appearance by an Amaze.fm “song-of-the-week” winner Janu and the Whalesharks, a wonderful young band full of great voices, energy and charisma.
They will be performing Sunday night in Pomona, California at the Glass House. Doors open at 7 and the show starts at 9. $14 at the door. Go and be among those who can “I heard ‘em play when…”
Off tomorrow in another attempt to repair the vocal chords. Geraghty the Indispensable is in tomorrow as a result, with my –and the audience’s– thanks. Rasping at the listener gets old all around. Geraghty has lined up the next senator from Connecticut, Rob Simmons, who is challenging Chris Dodd, the senator from IndyMac, AIG, and Freddie and Fannie. I expect Congressman Simmons will be a frequent guest on the show throughout the next 18 months.
Quick link: The college essay assistance firm I discussed just now is EssaysEtc.com. The article on the firm opened by my friend Sandy Skahen and her colleague Elizabeth from the Orange County Register that I read from is here.
Second quick link: My NationalReview article on the future of talk radio is generating a lot of e-mail. If you missed it yesterday and need at least a little good news, read it.