I’ve had a long day; I got up at 5:00 this morning to fly to New York for a meeting, then back home again tonight. It was a beautiful spring day in New York, with the temperature around 60–a big improvement on Minnesota, where we got six or eight inches of snow yesterday.
Anyway, tomorrow will be another early day (by my standards, anyway), as I’ll be on Bill Bennett’s radio show at 6:30 central, 7:30 eastern. We’ll be talking about the national security leaks that have found their way into some of our nation’s leading newspapers–the New York Times and Washington Post in particular–and the consequences of those leaks, legal and otherwise. It will be a reprise, I think, of the discussion I had with Michael Isikoff on Reliable Sources on Sunday. Should be fun; tune in if you can.