Deconstructing Obama Book-TV debut

Jack Cashill
Huge thanks to Herb Meyer for his swell review in yesterday's American Thinker and my deep appreciation for those readers who commented so favorably. 

From the beginning the effort to get the truth about President Obama has been a collaborative one, aided greatly by AT's publisher Thomas Lifson and by many of the readers.  We take the effort one more step on Sunday morning at 10 AM Eastern when C-SPAN II premieres my presentation for its worthy Book-TV program.

This was recorded three weeks ago at the Kansas City Public Library despite efforts by the city's left wing alternative paper, the Pitch, to stop the presentation on the predictable grounds of racism.  So much for the left's commitment to free speech.  More than 300 people were in attendance.

The beauty of Book-TV is that it invades the homes of people who otherwise screen out any information generated in the right half of the blogosphere.  I can write their emails of outrage in advance. 

The 7 PM showing on Saturday March 12 has been bumped back to 7 PM on March 19 to accommodate a special tribute to the late David Broder.
Huge thanks to Herb Meyer for his swell review in yesterday's American Thinker and my deep appreciation for those readers who commented so favorably. 

From the beginning the effort to get the truth about President Obama has been a collaborative one, aided greatly by AT's publisher Thomas Lifson and by many of the readers.  We take the effort one more step on Sunday morning at 10 AM Eastern when C-SPAN II premieres my presentation for its worthy Book-TV program.

This was recorded three weeks ago at the Kansas City Public Library despite efforts by the city's left wing alternative paper, the Pitch, to stop the presentation on the predictable grounds of racism.  So much for the left's commitment to free speech.  More than 300 people were in attendance.

The beauty of Book-TV is that it invades the homes of people who otherwise screen out any information generated in the right half of the blogosphere.  I can write their emails of outrage in advance. 

The 7 PM showing on Saturday March 12 has been bumped back to 7 PM on March 19 to accommodate a special tribute to the late David Broder.