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.