Pub Day for Founders and PIGs

By sheer coincidence, today is the official publication date for my Politically Incorrect Guide to the Presidents, From Wilson to Obama, and Larry P. Arnn’s The Founders’ Key: The Divine and Natural Connection Between the Declaration and the Constitution and What We Risk by Losing It, which fits since we were in graduate school together and tormented each other at the Claremont Institute back in the 1980s.  The two books are essentially about the same thing: the constitutional design of our republic.  They ought to be paired as a matched set on Amazon, but you’ll just have to order them separately I’m afraid.

For any Power Line readers in DC, the Heritage Foundation is hosting me for a lunch book forum today (Attorney General Ed Meese presiding); walk-ins are welcome, but not to worry if you can’t make it.  C-SPAN BookTV is turning up, though I suspect just to tape and broadcast later.

I’m also going to be on Bill Bennett’s radio show tomorrow morning at 7:05 am eastern, which I know is a wee bit early for anyone not on the eastern seaboard.


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