Today, on the Ed Morrissey Show (3 pm ET), we’ll talk with Andrew Malcolm, my good friend from the LA Times’ Top of the Ticket blog, about the intersection of media and politics. We’ll chat about Andrew’s continuing coverage of the Vice President, as well as Barack Obama’s overexposure and what that means for his credibility.
In the second half, we’ll have a change of pace and welcome author Melissa Moore, who wrote Shattered Silence– The Untold Story of a Serial Killer’s Daughter. Melissa’s father was Keith Hunter Jesperson, the Happy Faced Killer, and in her book Melissa describes growing up with that connection clinging to her. We’ll discuss her book and her perspective on the fascination the American public seems to have with serial killers and their place in the popular culture.
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