Do you know the true Rules for Radical Conservatives?

If you haven't yet got your copy of David Kahane's Rules for Radical Conservatives, you probably don't really understand what the Left has done since 1968 or why, or, most importantly, what the Right must do to combat and ultimately defeat them.

Trust me, this guy Kahane knows whereof he speaks. That's why the subtitle of the book is “Beating the Left at its own game to take back America.”

Kahane, of course, is the name of the fictional character created by Michael Walsh of National Review, Hollywood, Ireland, BigJournalism.com, and other supremely interesting and important locales. You may recall the original Kahane essays that ultimately led to the writing of Rules for Radical Conservatives, “I hate you Sarah Palin,” and “I still hate you Sarah Palin.”

Examiner Sunday Reflections contributor Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit fame sat down recently with Walsh to discuss the book, the Left, the Right, the future, and what it really is all about, Alfie, on Pajamas TV. The result is a fascinating interview and an extremely valuable discussion.

Go here for the program. You will have to register but that only takes a minute or so and I guarantee you that it will be a well-sent minute, both because it will get you to the Walsh interview and because PJTV is, quite simply, the most important video news media operation on the Right side of the Internet, or for that matter anywhere on the Internet.        

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