On Sunday, July 10, C-SPAN will run an interview of me by the great Brian Lamb about my new book with Matt Welch, The Declaration of Independents: How Libertarian Politics Can Fix What's Wrong With America; the ins and outs of Reason.tv; my abiding dislike for politics and most politicians; and why I think my kids will inherit a better world than the one I did. And just to show that Lamb is the cagiest interrogator this side of Lynndie England, he even includes a clip reel highlighting my dazzlingly varied wardrobe over the years. It's a wide-ranging, fun, and probing interview, so please tune in.
The interview is part of the Q&A series and it airs at 8pm ET and will be rebroadcast at 11pm ET on Sunday, July 10 (an earlier post had the time wrong). For details or to watch online, go here now.
Last July In July 2009 [d'oh! time is a jet plane, it moves too fast...], C-SPAN asked me to talk about my summer reading schedule, which included Peter Bagge's Everybody's Stupid Except for Me, RU Sirius' Everybody Must Get Stoned, Joe Scarborough's The Last Best Hope, Ayn Rand bios from Anne Heller and Jennifer Burns, and Ha Jin's great novel War Trash. Full disclosure: I did not get to Balzac's The Black Sheep, though I did finish the Steig Larsson trilogy [last summer] (my comments on its verisimilitude here). Here's that clip: