Hear Steve Hayes Tomorrow on the Northern Alliance

The Northern Alliance Radio Network is expanding; we’re taking over the 11:00 to 12:00 a.m. slot, and will now be on the air Saturdays from 11 until 3 p.m., central time, on AM 1280 the Patriot. Four hours is a long time, so for the time being, at least, we’re going to split up the time so that I’ll be on from 11 to 1 along with the crazed Fraters Libertas people, playing my usual role as straight man. Then, from 1 to 3, it will be Mitch Berg, Ed Morrissey and King Banaian. That lineup could change, of course, if it turns out that none of us in the 11 to 1 slot can figure out how to put callers on the air without cutting them off.
Starting at noon tomorrow (again, central time) we’ll be interviewing Steve Hayes of the Weekly Standard, who has done more than anyone else to explore the many relationships between Saddam’s Iraq and al Qaeda and other terrorist groups. Among other things, we’ll be talking about Steve’s efforts to get access to the unclassified documents that contain a treasure trove of information on the Saddam-al Qaeda connection. Vice-President Dick Cheney praised Steve’s efforts on this topic just a few days ago; if you want to get the latest, inside dope, tune in tomorrow. I’m going to ask Steve why, if President Bush, Vice-President Cheney and Secretary Rumsfeld are all enthusiastic about his work, they can’t make the Defense Department turn over the documents.
You can pick up the show anywhere in the world, off the web. Click on the Northern Alliance logo on our right sidebar, or go to the Patriot site linked above. We’ve had calls from as far away as China; don’t hesitate to call if you have a question for Steve Hayes, or the rest of the gang.


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