Just go ahead and start thanking me now! On today’s TEMS (3 pm ET), we have two great New Media analysts on board. First up is Jim Geraghty of National Review’s Campaign Spot, who will update us on key races in North Carolina and in national elections, where Democrats are so desperate they’re advertising for dirt. We’ll also talk about the change of heart in West Virginia, where Governor Joe Manchin now wants a special election this year to replace the late Robert Byrd in the Senate.
In the second half, Mary Katharine Ham returns on HamCam to discuss the stories she’s covering at Hot Air as one of our star guest bloggers this week. We’ll talk about Levi Johnston’s apology, and MK’s thoughts on the social contract — and whether we need an escape clause. She’s also promised to have a guest appearance of kittens during this segment, so don’t miss it!
The Ed Morrissey Show and its dynamic chatroom can be seen on the permanent TEMS page — be sure to join us!
Also, don’t forget about the Right Online conference coming up July 23rd and 24th in Las Vegas, Nevada! I’ll be one of the featured speakers at the annual conservative event, staged by Americans for Prosperity. TEMS viewers can get a 50% discount on the registration by using the promotional code “EdOnline” when ordering tickets. Speakers include:
- Judge Andrew P. Napolitano
- Congressman Mike Pence (IN)
- Congresswomman Michele Bachmann (MN)
- FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell
- Herman Cain, Radio Host
- Erick Erickson, RedState.com and CNN Contributor
- Stephen Moore, Wall Street Journal
- John Fund, Wall Street Journal
- Ed Morrissey, HotAir.com
- Guy Benson, Radio Host
- Curtis Sliwa, Radio Host
- Stephen Kruiser, Fox News Contributor
- Phil Kerpen, Americans for Prosperity Foundation
Hope to see you there!