On deck today: Romney and Obama face off in Ohio with two very different speeches on the economy. We’ll also talk Mayor Bloomberg’s interest in milk and popcorn; J Christian Adams joins me to talk the DOJ’s attack on Florida and voter integrity. Kurt Schlichter joins to talk his new book: I Am a Conservative: Uncensored, Undiluted and Absolutely Un-PC.
Today I brought my drum in studio (one of my kid’s snare drums from their drum kit) to celebrate Wisconsin’s historic victory. Granted, we were all a little delirious from having so little sleep the night before, but it was worth it. THIS is what democracy* looks like.
Caller Joe rang in and cracked us all up with his hysterical gloating.
Below is the full list of the show’s special edition Victory Lap Bumper Trax:
I’m happy to share with you the teensiest wee peeks of the new new site design, which will:
a) be massively different than what you’re seeing now and
b) aesthetically perfect, at least to me.
In the meantime, Kevin is blogging over on the KFTK show page.
Lisa De Pasquale’s latest “De Pasquale’s Dozen” is up at Townhall featuring yours truly. It was refreshing to get questions uniquely unrelated to politics. Reminds me: I need to dig out those Elvis trading cards.
6. What important advice do you remember your mother or father giving you? Did you take it?
After hearing that I got bullied at school one day my mom, the female Clint Eastwood who used to perch a cigarette on her lower lip before she stopped smoking, squinted her eyes at me and said “Don’t you ever get your ass beat. I forbid it. You have a God-given ability to fight back so do it.” I was astounded that I both had permission and that she said “ass” right before “God.” I took it.