Malcolm & Melissa: The Palin Effect And Has Politics Changed Permanently?
So excited to announce the new podcast I’ll be doing called Malcolm and Melissa.
Andrew Malcolm of the Los Angeles Times Top of the Ticket blog and I will be doing a weekly podcast to wrap up the previous week and look ahead to the new one. Imagine a Sunday show…that’s actually interesting!
Andrew has been a journalist for years. He’s written 10 books. He’s received numerous awards. He served as a press secretary for both Laura and George W. Bush.
It should be an interesting show–new and old media together.
When I get the feed on iTunes worked out, you can subscribe there, too. Thanks for listening!
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