Today on CQ Radio (2 pm CT), we’ll talk to two of my friends from the blogosphere and the media. First, we have Mark Tapscott, the editor of the Washington Examiner’s editorial section and a first-class political analyst. Yesterday he wrote about the need to end careerism in Congress, which I partly rebutted and partly supported at Heading Right. We’re going to discuss that with him today, and perhaps pick his brain on immigration as well.
In the second half of our show, Robert Bluey of the Heritage Foundation will talk about their new position paper on the immigration compromise. It argues in ten points how the compromise undermines the rule of law in America by pointing out the worst flaws in Title VI of the bill. We’ll ask him to explain the concerns and where he thinks the bill will go in the next two weeks of debate.
Want to join the conversation? Call 646-652-4889! We’ll take your calls during both segments.
Also, next Tuesday, we’re expecting John McCain to join us in a taped interview. I’ll keep you posted on the details, but circle the date on your calendars!
Addendum: BlogTalkRadio has been nominated to the AlwaysOn 100, a prestigious list of technology pioneers and Internet industry leaders:
As noted on their site, “The AO100 represents the best of breed from all the technology sectors we cover, and therefore is our most distinguished annual Top 100 competition”.
Needless to say we are thoroughly excited to be nominated for this prestigious award. Those familiar with this blog and Blogtalkradio will recall that not long ago, Blogtalkradio in fact won one of the coveted spots in the AlwaysOn Hollywood 100. This award, given by the editorial board of Tony Perkin’s AlwaysOn, recognized BTR as one of the top 100 private digital media companies in the world. Quite a heady thought!!
The latest nomination goes one step further to include all global private technology companies. Nominated companies include Digg, Facebook, Feedburner, Joost and Linden Labs. These are world class companies and it is an honor to be mentioned in the same breath.
You bet it is…