Chillin'

Sleepyhead

I'm taking the next week off for some wedding planning and a vacation (that's Aaron on the couch). I'm psyched to say that four of my favorite bloggers have agreed to guest-blog for me on the Dish until August 13, when I'll be back. They are Bruce Bartlett, author of "Impostor" and one of the bravest conservatives out there, a man who took on this administration for its betrayal of conservatism when most others wouldn't. He's joined by Stephen Bainbridge, another principled conservative whose blog has become a must-read for right-of-center blog-fans. Eric Kleefeld of Talking Points Memo is also blogging. If you read TPM, you'll recognize him as one of the sharpest liberal posters on the web. Finally, Liz Mair, a libertarian-conservative blogger and campaign addict will round out the team. Check out their blogs and keep checking in next week. Window views and movie line contest entries will continue uninterrupted. Oh: and be nice. They're our guests.

2006-2011 archives for The Daily Dish, featuring Andrew Sullivan

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