The Power Line Book of the Year and it s author Norman Podhoretz will be honored in New York on Monday night, and the largest prize in American letters will be donated to Soldiers Angels in honor of Podhoretz.
I am off to England after the first hour of tonight’s show and won’t be back in time to attend the dinner honoring Podhoretz, but direct you to this interview I conducted with him when the book first appeared.
I had scheduled a special broadcast of today’s show to air an interview with the authors of Nuclear Jihadist, but postponed that interview in order to discuss the end of the Romney campaign. The interview will air Tuesday. Dean Barnett will sit in for me tomorrow and Monday as I make a trip to England to deliver a talk on the war in which we are engaged.
I also hope to begin a series of interviews with E.J. Dionne next week on his new book Souled Out. We’ll be covering a chapter a week, and you may want to get a head start on Dionne’s argument about faith in America.