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So when Bill contacted me a couple of weeks ago about guest-hosting while he's at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, I jumped at the chance. This whole week (18-22 July 2016) I'll be hosting In the Pickle Barrel. I've filled in for Bill before for a day here and there, but never for five days. I feel like a less talented, less funny version of Mark Steyn.
Join me on air! Call (605) 562-3140 and enter PIN 263151 all this week, M-F 8-10 AM. Listen LIVE at www.americanpatriotradio.com/apr-live.
What's on the agenda for the next week? Here's a rough outline (subject to change):
- Monday - Let's learn about Mike Pence! Also, who might show up in a Trump cabinet? What's going down at the Republican National Convention? In the second hour, we'll discuss the latest round of terror attacks in France, the recent shootings in the United States, and the coup in Turkey. If you wish hard enough, Bill Pickle himself might call in with an update from Cleveland.
- Tuesday - We'll kick off the show discussing some core American values. At 8:30, special guest Iva Reed joins the program to talk about her world travels, as well as her upcoming book on the impact of the War on Drugs.
- Wednesday - What's going down at the RNC? We'll discuss during the first hour. At 9 AM, we're joined by one of my former students, Jacqueline Lawson, who will discuss faith and missionary work in New York City.
- Thursday - Margaret Thatcher said that "Europe was created by history. America was created by philosophy." What does this mean? We'll unpack this important quotation during the first hour. ***UPDATE: At 8:30, singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram joins the program to discuss music and politics.*** During the second hour, we'll go over the latest news from the convention and the world at large.
- Friday - It's a Bill Pickle tradition: Anything Goes Friday! Call in at (605) 562-3140, then enter PIN 263151 to join the conversation. We'll also review Trump's nomination speech.
So, there you have it. I'll be back Wednesday with a full blog post about the Republican National Convention.