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The Vince Flynn Interview

Friday, February 6, 2009  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

Author Vince Flynn joins me for the entire show today as we discuss his phenomenal success, his approach to writing thrillers, the long war against Islamist jihadists and a dozen other subjects. Flynn fans will love it, and those who haven’t yet begun to enjoy the novels can listen in with the assurance that they will not be surprised by plot spoilers.

Here is Flynn’s website. I am a believer in starting at the beginning of a series of novels, and thus recommend starting with Flynn’s first Mitch Rapp thriller, Transfer of Power, but many millions read them in whatever order they come upon them, including Flynn’s most recent NYT best-seller Extreme Measures.

“The New Diplomacy” by Tarzana Joe

Thursday, February 5, 2009  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

Tarzana Joe is the poet laureate of the Hugh Hewitt Show. This week’s poem:

The New Diplomacy
By Tarzana Joe

A hopeful day is dawning
And the changing has begun
Let’s all get down to business
But remember that I won

We’re going to change America
And reason not the cost
I’d love to hear your thinking
But remember that you lost

To this little wine and cheese
I bi-partisan-ly greet you
Before we get to the agenda
Did I mention that I beat you?

When it comes to picking policy
There can only be one chooser
Now I am the decider
And you, friend, are the loser

The deficit is larger
And the GDP is thinner
But that’s the way I want it
And guess what? I’m the winner

The government is growing
And I hope you know your place in it
And every chance I get
I’m going to rub your face in it.

Tarzana Joe is available for all your commissioned poetry needs at What better Valentine’s gift than an original bit of verse?

“Blacklisting Myself” by Roger L. Simon

Thursday, February 5, 2009  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

Blacklisting Myself: Memoir of a Hollywood Apostate in the Age of Terror
“Blacklisting Myself” is Roger L. Simon’s engrossing memoir of a life in film and a dive into neocoonservative politics and new media after 9/11. Believe me, there aren’t many stories that start out chatting about Reds with Warren Beatty and end up reviewing script notes with Rick Santorum.

Roger joins me in hour two today.

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