I'll be a guest on CNBC's Kudlow Report tonight (Tuesday) to discuss today's column in the Chicago Tribune and on ChicagoNow, "On the 50th anniversary of his assassination, celebrate John F. Kennedy's neoconservatism."
The show's well-known host, Larry Kudlow, has been hammering President Barack Obama for ignoring the economic
lessons taught by his Democratic predecessor, JFK. As Kudlow posted yesterday:
After delivering a number of "economic growth" speeches this summer, President Obama has failed to inspire any confidence, falling all the way back to square one in a recent Gallup poll. Actually, make that less than square one. Gallup reported that Obama's approval rating on the economy has sunk to 35 percent in August from 42 percent in early June.
My column also discusses other policies that liberal detractors of President George W. Bush today would derisively call "neoconservative." Demonstrating once again how far today's far-left "progressives" have taken the Democratic Party away from the Kennedy-like principles that sparked the post-War economic boom.
Tune in from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. (CDT) tonight on CNBC's the Kudlow Report.
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