The Not Ed Morrissey Show: Andrew Malcolm

posted at 2:30 pm on June 21, 2011 by Jazz Shaw

While Ed Morrissey solves the middle east peace process single handed, we will be joined once again today by the Prince of Twitter himself, Andrew Malcolm of the LA Times. Andrew will be talking about the potential lack of a “Mormon Problem” for Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman, along with other topics of the day which pique his interest. In the second half of the show, Andrew will face the chat and take your lighting round questions.

Chris (a.ka. Duke of the Dance) will once again be producing the show, while Monster monitors the chat and keeps it safe for democracy.

The NOT Ed Morrissey Show and its dynamic chatroom can be seen on the permanent TEMS page — be sure to join us, and don’t forget to keep up with the debate on Ed’s Facebook page, too!

Also, Move America Forward has started its Troopathon effort for 2011, and Hot Air once again is sponsoring a blogger team in the competition! The Hot Air Steamers will square off against 5 other blogger teams — the COINS, Team 6, The Greyhawks, The Anti-Jihadists, and our friends at Free Republic on their own as The Freepers. The Steamers team includes Maggie’s Notebook, Lonely Conservative, and No Sheeples Here.

We’re combining up to sell care packages for our troops overseas. We’ll all take part in the Troopathon on June 23rd, when we’ll find out how the Steamers managed to do against our stalwart competitors — but this is one contest where everyone wins, especially the men and women who receive these packages and feel some small part of the support we all want to give them. Be generous, and thank you for your efforts!

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