This has been a week chock-full of awesome guests and tomorrow’s show will be no different:
Ask the Counselor – Dan Chambers
We will attempt to make the segment a convention-free zone. We will do our VERY best.
- Big law firms are using robots to replace associates
- Baltimore police officer acquittal
- Supreme Court
As always with Dan, it will be a GREAT segment. We always have a GREAT time.
HausGuest #2 – Phil Kerpen
Here is a bio for Phil and AC:
We are dedicated to restoring and protecting the American Commitment to free markets, economic growth, Constitutionally-limited government, property rights, and individual freedom.
American Commitment engages in critical public policy fights over the size and intrusiveness of government through direct advocacy, strategic policy analysis, and grassroots mobilization. Working with key partners, American Commitment delivers timely, effective public policy research to the broader free-market movement.
American Commitment is led by Phil Kerpen, a leading free-market policy analyst and advocate in Washington. Prior to joining American Commitment, Kerpen was the principal policy and legislative strategist at Americans for Prosperity for over five years. He previously worked at the Free Enterprise Fund, the Club for Growth, and the Cato Institute. Kerpen is also a nationally syndicated columnist, chairman of the Internet Freedom Coalition, and author of the 2011 book Democracy Denied.
American Commitment is designed to fill the capabilities gap between think tanks engaged in pure public policy work and grassroots organizations engaged in mobilizing citizen activists.
Our focus is going to be on this:
This bailout – using OUR money – will cost somewhere between $2 and $43 billion over the next decade. Phil is leading a fight to STOP IT.
Furthermore, it is almost CERTAIN that we will get to some sort of discussion about the convention and the GOP…
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