Today on The Ed Morrissey Show (4 pm ET), we have another great lineup for the news of the day!
- Duane “Generalissimo” Patterson brings us up to date on the week’s top stories and gives us a preview of tonight’s Hugh Hewitt show.
- Advice Goddess Amy Alkon returns to give us another look at her new book, Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F***, plus give some advice to chatizens with personal problems, which would be … most of you.
- Glenn “Instapundit” Reynolds will discuss his latest column at USA Today about public servants acting as public masters, which I hope to link to my column today about the unlearned lesson of Watergate
- Bernard Goldberg joins us in the final segment to tell us about Jerry Kelley, his recently-passed friend who may have changed history — and indirectly my own, too. The story comes right out of Bias, but is an amazing testimonial on how one person can have an outsize impact without knowing it. “Jerry Kelley, in no small way,” Bernie writes, “is responsible for holding powerful people accountable.”