The first Sunday of every month brings a real literary oasis to the American public, the LIVE 3 hour In Depth interview on CSPAN. (And Dan Barreiro will be nowhere in the vicinity). Tomorrow, at 11 AM (central) features the man who should be running for President, and would have won, if brilliant, innovative ideas and the ability to communicate of them effectively were the primary requirements.
Former Speaker of the house Newt Gingrich will be our guest for In Depth on Sunday December 2nd, LIVE from Noon to 3pm ET. Mr Gingrich is the author of over a dozen fiction and non-fiction books, including: "Winning the Future: A 21st Century Contract with America," "To Renew America," "Lessons Learned the Hard Way," "Saving Lives & Saving Money," "Window of Opportunity," "The Art of Transformation," "Rediscovering God in America," "Gettysburg," "Grant Comes East," "Never Call Retreat: Lee and Grant the Final Victory," and "1945." His latest books are "Pearl Harbor: A Novel of December the 8th" (co-authored with William Forstchen) and "A Contract with the Earth" (co-authored with Terry Maple)
Broadcast replays (central time):
Sunday, December 2, at 11:00 PM
Saturday, December 8, at 11:00 AM
Monday, December 10, at 2:00 AM
Ah Newt, what might have been.
BTW, on NARN today we had on the Chairman of the American Conservative Union, David Keene, making the persuasive case that Mitt Romney is the conservative pragmatist's best left over option. I'm not entirely convinced, but it was a compelling discussion for those of us not entirely thrilled with any of the GOP field leaders. Podcasts up on AM1280 The Patriot Web site by Monday.