Hugh's at Heritage

Mary Katharine Ham
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Posted: Mar 30, 2006 7:00 AM

I'm going over to watch him on this panel with Fred Barnes and Bob Beckel (Beckel, by the way, is one of my favorite liberals). Here's part of the event description:

Hugh Hewitt – New York Times best-selling author, nationally syndicated Talk Radio host and Blogger Extraordinaire – fears the conservative values and goals supported by most Americans could be jeopardized by the results of the 2006 congressional elections. But he also sees an opportunity to cement a permanent Republican majority in Congress that wins the War on Terrorism, reforms out-of-control federal spending, confirms conservative judges and ends liberal obstructionism. Which will it be? And what role will conservative principles play in defining the landscape?

You can watch the event live on the Heritage website. On the right column, under "Live Events at Heritage," a link to watch live will show up at 11 a.m. when the event starts.

UPDATE: I'm writing a post on this now, but I've got a lot to transcribe, so it may take a bit. Bear with me. Great event.