Ed Lasky Remembers 9/11 on The Rick Moran Show

Join AT's Associate Editor Rick Moran tonight from 7:00 - 9:00 pm Central Time (8-10 eastern) for a very special Thursday night edition of The Rick Moran Show.

He'll ask 7 prominent writers, bloggers, and scholars "Where were you on 9/11?" as well as discuss their personal thoughts on what impact that date has had on America in the intervening years.

The show will be divided into 15 minute segments featuring Ed Lasky of The American Thinker, Kender MacGowan of Kender's Musings and W.A.R. Radio, Media Lizzy of Blog Talk Radio, Jazz Shaw of The Moderate Voice and Midstream Radio, Fausta Wertz of Fausta's Blog and BTR's 15 Minutes on Latin America, Roger Simon, CEO of Pajamas Media, and Walid Phares of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies and frequent contributor to The American Thinker.

Click on the stream below and join in on what promises to be an outstanding two hours of memory and analysis.

The Chat Room will open around 15 minutes before the show starts.

Also, if you'd like to call in and put your two cents in, you can dial (718) 664-9764 during the show.
 


Listen to The Rick Moran Show on internet talk radio
Join AT's Associate Editor Rick Moran tonight from 7:00 - 9:00 pm Central Time (8-10 eastern) for a very special Thursday night edition of The Rick Moran Show.

He'll ask 7 prominent writers, bloggers, and scholars "Where were you on 9/11?" as well as discuss their personal thoughts on what impact that date has had on America in the intervening years.

The show will be divided into 15 minute segments featuring Ed Lasky of The American Thinker, Kender MacGowan of Kender's Musings and W.A.R. Radio, Media Lizzy of Blog Talk Radio, Jazz Shaw of The Moderate Voice and Midstream Radio, Fausta Wertz of Fausta's Blog and BTR's 15 Minutes on Latin America, Roger Simon, CEO of Pajamas Media, and Walid Phares of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies and frequent contributor to The American Thinker.

Click on the stream below and join in on what promises to be an outstanding two hours of memory and analysis.

The Chat Room will open around 15 minutes before the show starts.

Also, if you'd like to call in and put your two cents in, you can dial (718) 664-9764 during the show.
 


Listen to The Rick Moran Show on internet talk radio