Thursday, July 13, 2006

Peter Beinart on Cspan

Wow... Three posts in one day! Maybe a new record for me.
I just got this email from my Book TV alert from Cspan.
This weekend will feature Peter Beinart. I like this guy's comments (for the most part). What strikes me about him, is his quickness! I don't know if he's used to arguing or what, but he speaks very fast and can string about 5 heavy duty topics into one sentence. He's on a lot of talk shows, and is often defending the Liberal point of views. I saw him debate Ann Coulter once and he blew her out of the water. Anyway, if you are anywhere near a TV this weekend and you get C-span, check him out.
Here's the clip from my email:

Book TV Alert
C-SPAN2's Book TV: July 15-17
After Words
Insightful author interviews

Peter Beinart, author of The Good Fight: Why Liberals, and Only Liberals, Can Win the War on Terror and Make America Great Again, is interviewed by Martin Sieff, National Security Correspondent for United Press International. (Saturday 9:00 PM ET, re-airs Sunday 6:00 PM and 9:00 PM ET)

Other Weekend Highlights

* Encore Booknotes: Katharine Graham, author of Personal History, discusses her life and career as publisher, CEO and chairman of the board with The Washington Post Company. This Monday, July 17, is the 5th Anniversary of her death.
(Saturday 6:00 PM ET)

* History on Book TV: Lewis Buzbee, author of The Yellow-Lighted Bookshop, chronicles the history of bookmaking and bookselling and recounts his experience working at a bookstore.
(Sunday 4:00 PM ET)

* Public Lives: Marwan Iskandar, Rafiq Hariri and the Fate of Lebanon
(Sunday 7:00 PM ET)

* Kevin McCullough, Musclehead Revolution: Overturning Liberalism with Common Sense Thinking
(Saturday 7:00 PM ET)

* Jeffrey Herf, The Jewish Enemy: Nazi Propaganda During World War II and the Holocaust
(Saturday 8:00 PM ET)

* Mark Bowden, author of Black Hawk Down, signs copies of his new book Guests of the Ayatollah
(Sunday 12:00 PM ET)

* Iraq War Veteran Colby Buzzell reads from his book On the Ground in Iraq
(Sunday 10:00 PM ET)

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