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.
- Ashe Schow of the Washington Examiner will follow up on the post-mortem of the Rolling Stone debacle, on 16 things we learned in the process. Has Sabrina Rubin Erdely ever corroborated a story? We’ll take a quick look at two that may soon be in the crosshairs.
- Our friend Dennis Prager returns to talk about his new book, The Ten Commandments: Still the Best Moral Code. It’s just been released, and we’ll find out why the Decalogue remains the enduring moral code for humanity. There’s also a children’s version, aimed at K-5 readers!
- We’ll also ask Dennis about Prager University, the best education you can find on the Internet. Their latest session asks: do we have free will?
I’ll be speaking at the RightOnline conference in May! The event will include Sharyl Attkisson, as well as our good friend and Salem brother Guy Benson. Be sure to sign up now, and use the coupon code MORRISSEY to get the discounted rate of $79. We’ll be talking about this more over the next few weeks, but sign up now to make sure you get in!
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.