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Media Alert: Bill Bennett Show Tomorrow Morning

Featured image I’ll be an in-studio guest with Bill Bennett on Morning in America tomorrow during the 8 am (eastern) hour of the show.  Not sure what we’ll be talking about, but listen in and call in if you can. Here’s a pic from one of my turns as guest host a few months back: »

And Now for Something Completely Different, and Media Alert!

Featured image Travel week for me, first to Ashland University on Monday, where I’ve taken up my new appointment as the Thomas Smith Fellow at the Ashbrook Center (don’t miss the Ashbrook Center’s spiffy redesigned website), and where I’m teaching an upper division course again this fall, this time on “American Political Economy.”  Like last fall’s course on Hayek and political economy, I’ll post some nuggets from class from time to time, »

We Built This!

Featured image Just kidding. Power Line wouldn’t exist without the Government Internet upon which it is transmitted and the Government Roads we drive on to buy our Government MacBooks and consequently our true and deepest thanks belong to the Public Servants who moved upon the waters to create this amazing American system of spontaneous centralized capital bestowal. But we’re nevertheless grateful also to you, our readers. We haven’t boasted much, but more »

Media Alert: Show Notes for Tomorrow

Featured image Enjoyed a rip-roaring three hours behind the microphone this morning subbing for Bill Bennett on his “Morning in America” radio show, with wide-ranging and provocative conversations with James Bowman, Michael Anton, and Arthur Brooks.  We beat down pretty hard on Brain Ross, Obama’s “you didn’t build that” comment, and Hollywood.  I know–low-hanging fruit. I’m back behind the microphone tomorrow morning from 6 to 9 am, with guests James Pethokoukis, my »

Open Thread Friday at Power Line!

Featured image Ever since we launched the latest version of Power Line, we’ve been extremely pleased to see a bustling community of readers filling our pages with comments and debate. We also are aware of a certain degree of, ahem, trolling going on–but we’ve decided that the specter of our witty readers going to battle against trolls resembled something like Thermopylae, with the result that we’ve allowed you to go about your »