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Naturally I’ve been doing a lot of talk radio interviews for my Politically Incorrect Guide to the Presidents, but a lot of them are local programs—much of the time I’m not even sure where—so I haven’t been flagging them here.   But I ran into Bill Kristol the other day in the building, and he said, “Gee, I don’t think you’re promoting your book enough on Power Line!”  Problem solved!  Podcasts!

I have been doing a number of podcasts, and they all have a different character based on the predilections of the hosts.  So if you’re in the mood for podcasts, or need some new material for your commute or to pass the time on a treadmill, here are three:

Between the Covers,” with John Miller at National Review.

Coffee and Markets,” a nifty podcast from Pejman Yousefzadeh and Kevin Holtsberry.  (Coffee and Markets offers a daily podcast, and is worth bookmarking for sure.)

And, “You Americans,” with Peter Schramm at the Ashbrook Center (where I also teach in the fall).

Recommend this Power Line article to your Facebook friends.

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