- The Washington Times - Friday, December 4, 2009

THE WASHINGTON TIMES

In case you didn’t tune into The Washington Times’ nationally syndicated radio show, “America’s Morning News” - heard in Washington on WTNT-AM 570 and coast to coast via the Talk Radio Network - here’s what four of Thursday’s guests told co-hosts Melanie Morgan and John McCaslin:

c Eric Dezenhall, co-founder and chief executive officer of the crisis-management firm Dezenhall Resources Ltd.: Mr. Dezenhall, author of “Nail ‘Em: Confronting High-Profile Attacks on Celebrities and Businesses,” said that Tiger Woods, the world’s most recognized athlete, is taking the correct tack by not fueling the 24-hour media cycle with his family’s personal affairs.

c Ivan Kenneally, assistant professor of political science at the Rochester Institute of Technology: Mr. Kenneally said the left for years has spun the debate over climate change in the starkest Manichean terms, maligning those who dare disagree with their so-called “scientific” and policy orthodoxy.

c Tim Carney, author of “Obamanomics: How Barack Obama Is Bankrupting You and Enriching His Wall Street Friends, Corporate Lobbyists, and Union Bosses”: Mr. Carney said the title of his book describes the fusion between Big Government and Big Business, an alliance made possible by the media’s inability to see past its own narrative template.

c Michael Medved, nationally syndicated radio host and social commentator: Contrary to popular opinion, Mr. Medved said, the war in Afghanistan is winnable for U.S. troops and American policy.

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