Okay, I’ve got the guest lineup set for the Bill Bennett “Morning in America” show tomorrow. We’ll be doing a comprehensive preview of the GOP debate tomorrow night, and I’ll offer a couple of novel predictions of my own that I haven’t heard anyone else make so far. At 6:35 eastern I’ll welcome Pete Wehner, to talk about, among other things, his recent Commentary column “Donald Trump: What the Founders Feared.” At 7:05, I’ll have on John Tamny, author of the delightful Popular Economics: What the Rolling Stones, Downton Abbey, and LeBron James Can Teach You About Economics. John is a whiz on tax policy, and will handicap the tax reform plans of the GOP field.
At 7:35, National Review editor-in-chief Rich Lowry will join us, to talk about, among other things, why Scott Walker seems to have imploded. Finally, at 8:05, I’ll have the great Fred Siegel on to share some insights on the Democratic field, as well as how the Iran deal is playing with the Jewish community in New York. And we’ll take your calls.
Then I have to rush off to catch a train to New York, so I may not be back here tomorrow until late in the day.