It's one of those "Guest-a-Palooza" shows today on The Closer, which will be in its usual 1:00 until 3:00 pm Central Time slot.
Right off the bat at 1:00, we'll be joined by MN State Rep. Peggy Scott (R-Andover). Rep. Scott will discuss her fight against HF695, a proposal which would allow the Minnesota Dept. of Health to create a DNA biobank without individual consent.
At 1:15, Katie Kieffer will check in to talk about her latest piece at Townhall.com, which is titled 4 Reasons Jason Lewis Can Beat Al Franken. With Senator Franken vying for reelection in 2014, there has yet to be a serious GOP candidate to step forward and challenge him. Katie will discuss why Lewis can (and should) be that candidate.
Rounding out the guest roster will be "new media" guru Tabitha Hale, who will join me via phone at 2:15. Tabitha was recently named the Managing Editor of Rare, which has been dubbed the "New Conservative Social Content Hub." The site will launch tomorrow at 5:30 pm Central Time.
As time permits, I hope to discuss the woeful lack of media coverage regarding the Dr. Kermit Gosnell trial. Also, Democrat Jim Graves recently announced that he will once again challenge Rep. Michele Bachmann for US House in 2014.
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