Larry Kudlow has posted at National Review Online that he will be having Gov. Palin on "Kudlow and Company" tonight (7 PM Eatern) to dicuss ANWR, AGIA, the Stevens indictment, and of course the veepstakes. He describes her as a "leading candidate to be McCain' veep", so it should be interesting. Hopefully, we will also get some great soundbites to counter the Troopergate non-scandal (which was in the Wall Street Journal this morning). Kudlow is a good interviewer, and I can see him saying something like "so let me get this straight, your state trooper ex-brother-in-law said he wants to kill your dad and they're investigating you for talking to the police about it?!"
From National Review Online:
Thursday, July 31, 2008
Palin on Deck [Larry Kudlow]
Tonight on CNBC I’ll be talking with Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. Obviously, Palin’s a leading candidate to be McCain’s veep. InTrade prediction markets have her at 20 percent, third behind Romney and Pawlenty. I’ll be talking to her about drill, drill, drill. Has she made any progress persuading McCain to drill in ANWR? And what’s the latest in her battle for a new Alaska pipeline? We’ll also talk about the Sen. Ted Stevens indictment, as well as Don Young (the other Alaska pork-barreler). I’m also going to ask her what it means to be a conservative these days.
07/31 11:59 AM