August 8, 2007

CQ Radio: Bill Paxon, Rob Bluey

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Today on CQ Radio (2 pm CT), we have two great guests. First we'll talk to Bill Paxon, advisor to the Giuliani campaign, about Rudy's effort to adoption and "quality of life" for children. These policy efforts hope to answer concerns from conservatives about Rudy's more liberal position on abortion. If you have questions about that, call and ask them! In the second half, we'll welcome back my friend Rob Bluey of the Heritage Foundation, who will talk about the new FISA legislation.

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UPDATE: Don't miss my appearance on Fausta's show from Monday!

UPDATE II: Wildly off-topic, but congratulations to Michael van der Galien, who proposed in romantic Instanbul (no, really) -- and got the answer he wanted. By the way, be sure to add Michael to your blogroll. Michael has a unique voice in the blogosphere -- a European liberal in the classic sense who understands the intersection between classic liberalism and modern conservatism. A great read on any topic.

UPDATE III: Since I'm already off-topic, I'll note here that The Politico has added me to their Map Of The Blogosphere. I'm on Reagan's Belt, along with Instapundit, The Shot, Power Line, Town Hall, Barone Blog, PA Watercooler, and Little Green Footballs. That's pretty good company!


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Comments (3)

Posted by SonnyJim | August 8, 2007 12:40 PM

Bill Paxton? Really? I love Bill Paxton's work ever since 'Weird Science.' So when did he turn political advisor?

Posted by Jazz | August 8, 2007 1:55 PM

I was thinking the same thing. Bill Paxton? Man, I almost dialed in.

Posted by Sue | August 9, 2007 10:32 AM

No sir, you are "good company" . Daily Kos may have a huge following, but compared to the blogroll that includes you as my first viewing each a.m., they have absolutely nothing on us. BUT, WHERE IS MICHELLE? The list is totally incomplete and who the hell is Politico (left of center) to say "who" or "what" is on our side? Let us decide!

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