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NATIONAL CONSERVATIVE LEADER MICHAEL JOHNS-A mere 72 hours before Barack Obama's Inauguration as President of the United States, national conservative leader Michael Johns will join Right in America as our special guest as he discusses the future of American conservatism and why it remains the predominant intellectual movement in the nation--and why and how it will rise again as the most predominant political one. Unlike some conservatives who have expressed pessimism about the future in light of Obama's electoral victory, Michael has been cited in global media comparing 2009 to the Carter years when conservatism grew as a vibrant national opposition movement and then, with Ronald Reagan's 1980 victory, as a governing one. Michael says conservatives can cooperate with Obama on certain issues, while also opposing his extreme left agenda in other areas, and redefine conservatism in a way that will win back the hearts and minds of the American people. Michael is a former White House speechwriter to President George H. W. Bush, a senior aide to New Jersey Governor and 9/11 Commission Chairman Tom Kean, and a Heritage Foundation policy analyst. He is one of the nation's leading conservative thinkers and commentators and and has written for The Wall Street Journal, The Christian Science Monitor, National Review and other publications. He appears regularly on national and regional television and radio and is broadly recognized as one of the world's leading conservative experts on global affairs, the American economy and American politics. So be sure to join us this Saturday evening at 10pm Pacific Standard Time (1am Eastern Standard Time) for what should be one of the most important and newsworthy Blog Talk Radio interviews this year.

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