I wil be on the air for six hours today, from 6 PM to midnight EST, with a line-up of guests (see below) which is the rival of any network coverage anywhere. Listen online via say WRC 1260, 710 KNUS, KKNT 960 or 870 KRLA if you are not in a market carrying the special broadcast.
I will also be keeping open our Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign throughout the six hours to give you one last chance this holiday season to donate to America’s most effective anti-poverty agency, and if you wish, to bid for the co-host slot for an entire show which I will tweak to your theme or business. You want to sell some cars, then sit in for a three hour show and we will plug your dealerships relentlessly. Want to promote a cause or a candidate, same deal. Win the auction and you are co-host for a day with a great deal of content control. I offered one other co-host slot last week and it fetched $15,002 so I hope to beat that record today/tonight, but every dollar counts in the Red Kettle campaign. (Just hit the banner ad to your right.)
The broadcast today will feature: The Weekly Standard’s Fred Barnes, Politico’s John Harris and Mike Allen, The Washington Examiner’s Michael Barone, David Freddoso, and Mark Tapscott, the National Review’s Rich Lowry, K-Lo, Robert Costa and Jim Geraghty, The Daily Caller’s Mary Katharine Ham, Breitbart’s Larry O’Connor, Hot Air’s Ed Morrissey and of course Townhall’s Guy Benson, repeatedly. My colleagues Mike Gallagher, Dennis Prager and Michael Medved will also be stopping by to offer their analysis of the run-up and the results from Iowa.
Quite a lot of politics, and I hope quite a lot of coin in the kettle for The Salvation Army as well.