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How did “a nice Jewish boy from the Bronx come to called a neo-conservative?” What’s it’s like to spend 40 years behind the scenes in Washington and in front of the cameras at PBS? That first question is a line by Ben Wattenberg, from his forthcoming book, Fighting words: A Tale of How Liberals Created Neo-Conservatism. Wattenberg, the host of PBS’s long running Think Tank series, will answer both questions on today’s PJM Political, reminiscing about peechwriting for LBJ, Pat Moynihan and Scoop Jackson. Plus the time that President Reagan astonished the Washington Post in 1981 by discussing liberal fascism a quarter century before Jonah Goldberg on Wattenberg’s PBS show.
Also on today’s show:
- Glenn Reynolds on Second Amendment and the Supreme Court’s landmark Heller Decision.
- James Lileks on Barack Obama’s economic plans and The Parable Of The Stairs.
- From The Glenn & Helen Show, Kathleen Parker of the Washington Post Writers Group discusses her new book, Save The Males.
- And host Bill Bradley on Wesley Clark’s attack on John McCain’s military record. Has Clark taken himself out of the running to be Obama’s V.P. nominee?
- Produced by Ed Driscoll.