Skip to comments.Hugh Hewitt Tonight From 7PM - 10PM EST, Featuring 2-hour Interview With Jonah Goldberg.
Posted on 05/07/2012 3:59:11 PM PDT by BCrago66
The link is to the site of a New York affiliate; to hear the show, click the red "listen live" button near the top-center of the page. (If the stream loads slow, it's easy to Google another radio affiliate.)
I don't know if the interview starts at 6 or 7PM EST. We'll find out in the opening minutes of the show.
Jonah Goldberg, as many of you know, if the author of Liberal Fascism, and this month had his new book published, called: The Tyranny of Cliches: How Liberals Cheat in the War of Ideas.
(Excerpt) Read more at am970theanswer.com ...
I was lucky enough to meet and talk to Jonah for a while at the March for Justice gathering back in 1998. His speech later was a hoot. He claimed he got his looks from his father and his balls from his mother.
I remember that! He also made the comment that, when it comes to the Clinton scandals, the Democrats were right: It was about the sex, and Clinton’s conduct revealed his deficient character (or words to that effect.)
Thanks for the link. I’ve been listening to the show and it’s great. I’ve put his book in my Audible cart...I’ve downloaded four books each month for ten years and counting, mostly history but I’ll happily make an exception here.
I might to the same because unlike some audiobooks, this one is unabridged (and read by Goldberg himself.)
Yup. I’ve never downloaded an abridged version of anything...I have between 1500 and 2000 miles per week of windshield time to fill... and I love history. My job is such that I am paid to listen to audiobooks.
I have been listening to Hewitt on and off (mostly off) since the early 1990s when he was local in California.
He has consistently managed to stay just shy of truly conservative the entire time.
He likes the term “center-right,” by which he appears to mean heavy on the “center,” and very light on the “right.”
He loves to bring the liberals on his show, giving them a bully pulpit consistently ... why?
By the way I have put “townhall” emails in my junkmail filter, because — in my case, at least — I find their “unsubscribe” links tend to be “mysteriously” (but consistently) broken.