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Friday, March 31, 2006

The Blogfather Speaks at "Painting the Map Red" Panel at Heritage With Fred Barnes, Bob Beckel

Hugh Hewitt spoke yesterday here at The Heritage Foundation on a panel with Fred Barnes and Bob Beckel of FOX News discussing the former's latest book, "Painting the Map Red: The Fight to Create a Permanent Republican Majority."

Mary Katharine Ham has a couple of fine posts on who said what during a lively panel that will be broadcast sometime in April by C-SPAN. Go here and here. Hugh has some thoughts on the panel as well, which you can peruse here and you can read a chapter from the book here.

Focus of the discussion was on the principles and programs most likely to dominate the political scene in 2006.

The photo above was taken by Andrew Blasko, one of my colleagues here at The Heritage Foundation, and proprietor of the fine Photo by Blasko blog. Andrew is a former AP reporter who also has one of the finest collections of jazz you will find in the nation's capitol.