Radio, Dec. 10: Tancredo, Helprin, Barton

Join us on radio every Sunday, 5-8pm on 710 KNUS, Denverand now also on 1460 KZNT, Colorado Springs To listen online from anywhere, click ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Will Tom Tancredo run for President and invite Jeb Bush on the ticket? Does war novelist and Wall Journal columnist Mark Helprin agree with the Iraq Study Group that America can't win over there? What's the comeback from David Barton, founder of WallBuilders and author of "Original Intent," to the freedom-from-religion crowd this Christmas?

All three will be my guests this Sunday on "Backbone Radio with John Andrews." You will find no jollier stocking stuffer anywhere. Yuletide in Backbone with the mayor (me) spiking the punch is an experience not to be missed. Listen and hear for yourself!

** John Miller, political writer for National Review, also joins me to discuss his recent, disturbing piece, "How Liberal Millionaires are Buying Colorado's Politics."

** And Arthur Brooks of Syracuse University will talk about his new book that you've heard mentioned everywhere, "Who Really Cares: America's Charity Divide - Who Gives, Who Doesn't, and Why it Matters." The divide separates liberals and conservatives by generosity. Tune in to learn who's on top.

Our show is the most principled, most patriotic, most faith-based, most Colorado-proud spot on your weekend radio dial. I'd be honored to have you as a listener. The chance to exchange ideas with fellow Americans like you is a source of needed hope right now.

Yours for self-government, JOHN ANDREWS ---------------------------------------------------------- WHAT WOULD REAGAN DO on US foreign policy at this dangerous time? Richard V. Allen, his first national security adviser and now a regular on Backbone Radio, essays the answer in this Human Events piece.

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