Ed Driscoll

Life's The Same, We're Moving In Stereo

In case you haven’t seen the links from the Insta- and VodkaPundits, as well as the one-man global pundit (thank you gentlemen!), this week’s PJM Political is online now, and will be on XM in about an hour and a half.

I think we assembled a pretty good show, if I do say so myself:

You’ll hear Mark Steyn, the one-man global content provider, discussing his best-selling America Alone in the context of the 2008 election. Also joining host Bill Bradley are:

  • Laura Ingraham on an excerpt of the Glenn & Helen Show discussing her new book, Power to the People.
  • Amity Shlaes, on her best-selling look at the Depression, The Forgotten Man, (about which Rudy Giuliani recently told talker Glenn Beck that “it would be great for everybody to read it”).
  • James Lileks, the Bard of Minnesota.
  • University professor/blogger Steve Boriss on the Future Of News, and its immediate future: the upcoming election year.
  • Jules Crittenden of the Boston Herald and his own Pajamas-affiliated blog on the transnational synchronicity of Katie Couric and Barack Obama’s near-simultaneous flag pin kerfuffles.
  • Steve Green of Pajamas-affiliated VodkaPundit and Bill Bradley on Tuesday’s GOP debate.
  • Roger Simon and Bruce Carroll of Pajamas-affiliated Gay Patriot on the first Democratic debate aimed towards the GLBT community.
  • Err, and me!
  • Finally, if you missed our first two episodes of PJM Political, listen here.