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There's Always Tomorrow

Okay, so maybe I am starting to get a little superstitious. The first volume of my Reagan project arrived in bookstores on Sept. 10, 2001, so needless to say I didn't do any electronic media for it. This time, I thought, I'll have better luck. Then I arrived at my hotel in New York on Monday to hear I'd been bumped to Wednesday on "Morning Joe," and the hotel clerk handed me my room key. Room 911.

And so up early today to hear the news of Sen. Kennedy's passing, and getting bumped again to an unspecified date down the road. Whenever it happens, I'll let you know, along with my prayers for the health of Robert Byrd. I'm back down in DC now, where I shall be on Bill Bennett's radio show live in the studio for a full hour tomorrow morning starting at 7 am eastern time. Then on to the Cato Institute for a book panel at noon that should be interesting. Meanwhile, I have a long piece up over at NRO explaining the writing of the book.

UPDATE: C-SPAN says they will broadcast my Cato Institute book panel at noon (eastern) Thursday. This might change too, of course, but if it does go off as planned, tune in! Should be interesting because of the respondents, Bill Niskanen and James Mann.

Discussions - 2 Comments

Stop whining dude, you have a major publicity machine behind you! :)

Too bad about the timing. Steve's book will be far more edifying than retrospective propaganda about Ted Kennedy.

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