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.
- Politico’s Ken Vogel makes his first TEMS appearance to discuss his exposé on taxpayer funds going to support the salaries at the Clinton Foundation. We’ll discuss the ways in which this may entangle the nascent Hillary Clinton campaign, and the issues surrounding presidential pensions in general.
- Author and terrorism expert Erick Stakelbeck explains the dangers of Islamist terrorism in his new book ISIS Exposed: Beheadings, Slavery, and the Hellish Reality of Radical Islam. ISIS is more than just a radicalized movement, Stakelbeck argues, and now it is rapidly approaching its final phase: to abolish and conquer America. And one of the most exposed points is our southern border, according to his new book, published this week by Regnery.
Want to share a little in my adventures in Rome, covering the Synod? I have a new e-book of my pictures available through Blurb — over 270 photographs taken in and around Rome. It’s on sale for $1.99. A hardbound print version is also available through Blurb.
Want to get away in December? Join me at Bullets & Bourbon, a great retreat weekend to celebrate our Second Amendment rights. Bullets & Bourbon is a four day program on the Second Amendment at a luxurious hunting and shooting lodge outside of Dallas featuring new media superstars Glenn Reynolds, Dana Loesch, Ed Morrissey and several other noted speakers. It’s the first event by start-up company Full Digital Jacket, LLC. It’s a great way to meet and interact with your favorite New Media stars. And, well … me too.