The Delivery Presents – A Huge Announcement, then a @KurtSchlichter and @AmeliaHammy Bookfest!

| September 21, 2012 | Reply

Before I get into Episode 165, I have a huge announcement. This coming Tuesday, September 25, we’ll celebrate the third anniversary of The Delivery with a two-hour live show and podcast! I’ve lined up a bunch of great guests: renowned author and great guy David Limbaugh, two great podcasters and the Twin Terrors of FTR Radio Thomas LaDuke and Fingers Malloy, and a third straight The Delivery appearance by Kurt Schlichter.

The show will start a bit before 7:30 PM EDT with the customary pre-show warm-up and music-fest then we’ll jump into things with both feet and an appropriately celebratory “yahoo”! Block off the evening, invite a few friends over, jump into the chatroom and celebrate with me! Three years is positively ancient in podcasting years but I’ve only just gotten my feet underneath me. This is going to be fun.

Now, for this week’s show. Here are the things you need to know. Amelia Hamilton is a wickedly talented author whose books you should get for any young ‘uns you know. Her Kickstarter is here and it deserves much patronage. There are not nearly enough good books for children on the wonders of America and the uniqueness of her history. She is filling a need. She is also lovely (as you can see from this week’s show art) and one of the purely sweetest people I’ve ever met. You’ll love her, trust me.

Kurt Schlichter came back for the second week in a row and brought buckets of caring for everyone to share. There is a reason his book, I Am a Liberal: A Conservative’s Guide to Dealing With Nature’s Most Irritating Mistake, debuted at #1 on Amazon’s Political Humor list. It’s smart, scathing, and brutally honest. It’s also very funny, unless, of course, you happen to be a dyed in the wool progressive in which case it will pierce your heart. That’s fine too. Embrace the burn and come on over to the side of reason and enlightenment.

The Delivery - Episode 165

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