Classic TEMS: John Cribb, Jazz Shaw
posted at 12:00 pm on December 30, 2008 by Ed Morrissey
I’m still waiting for the latest addition to the Morrissey family, and so we won’t have a live show today while we do some running around. Instead, I’ll replay a fun episode from two weeks ago with John Cribb, the co-author of the new book The American Patriot’s Almanac: Daily Readings on America. Amazon will get its stock replaced this week after a sell-out in its first printing left the book off the shelves just before Christmas at book stores around the nation. Jazz Shaw joins us in the second half for a look at dynasty politics and the wisdom of referees in Baltimore.
Next week, we’ll talk with Larry Schweikart, the author of a just-released book, 48 Liberal Lies About American History: (That You Probably Learned in School). Keep next Tuesday clear on your calendar!
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