ST on the Tammy Bruce show (UPDATE: INTERVIEW RESCHEDULED FOR MONDAY)
Fri Update: Just posted an update to this in another post, and wanted to post it in this post as well: Due tue technical problems, the interview has been rescheduled.
I will have the honor tomorrow of being interviewed by the one and only Tammy Bruce on her radio program! I’ll be on at 1:30 PM Eastern Time, 10:30 Pacific Time. Click here, and then click on Tammy’s picture to see the audio options for listening to the show.
Long-time readers of this blog know I am a huge fan of Tammy’s – here’s what I wrote about her last August:
I’m a big fan of her writing. The first book by her that I read – The Death of Right and Wrong – was incredibly eye opening and is a must-read those of you interested in reading up on how and why our culture is being eroded by those who want to blur or erase the distinction between good and evil & right and wrong. I’m not kidding you when I say your eyes will be opened wider then they ever have been when you read about some of the issues she brings up we face today with respect to the culture war. Hint: it’s worse than we think it is.
Bruce approaches issues with a keen insight on the liberal perspective, considering she used to be the president of NOW-Los Angeles. Booklist says this about Tammy:
Rush Limbaugh would call Bruce a liberal who got mugged by reality, but she didn’t become a conservative. The former L.A. chapter president of NOW is still a lesbian feminist liberal, but she has seen the truth about the Left Elite (her term)–that is, the powers that be in feminism, gay rights, civil rights, and sex education as well as throughout the judiciary, the entertainment media, and American university faculties. The Left Elite enrages Bruce because, not content with achieving equal rights, it wants to stand morality on its head.
Tammy’s first book was titled The New Thought Police: Inside the Left’s Assault on Free Speech and Free Minds. The forward was written by Dr. Laura. That should tell you how good the book is
So with those credentials in mind, I have no qualms about recommending Tammy’s upcoming book (title: The New American Revolution : Using the Power of the Individual to Save Our Nation from Extremists). If it’s anything like her first two, you won’t be disappointed.
Here’s Tammy on muliculturalism gone amok (scroll).
My friend John Hawkins interviewed Tammy last November – here’s the interview.
Hope you can tune in tomorrow for the show!