This is your Web traffic … with some help from National Review Online

Thanks to Michael Walsh over at National Review Online for the kind words about Jim’s radio show and the Radio Vice Online website. Michael has been a guest for the past two weeks on the big radio show, and he’ll be back next Thursday too.

Podcasts from the show – the last five hours- are available in the sidebar here at the site, or you can head over to the WTIC website to listen to past hours.

Thanks to Michael’s post, we had quite a few new visitors to the site last night and this morning, we hope you’ll all stick around and listen to the show!

You can find current posts from Michael over at National Review Online, Big Journalism and probably a few other places. We also added his NRO RSS feed to our Newswire this morning.

From his bio on Big Journalism…

Michael Walsh was for 16 years the classical music critic for Time Magazine and has also worked for the San Francisco Examiner and the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle. He is the author of eleven books, including five works of non-fiction as well as the novels Exchange Alley, As Time Goes By (the authorized sequel to the movie Casablanca), and And All the Saints, a winner of the 2004 American Book Awards for fiction. His novel, Hostile Intent, was published in September by Pinnacle Books and hit the New York Times bestseller lists and shot to No. 1 on Kindle. The sequel, Early Warning, was published in Sept., 2010. With Gail Parent, he is the co-writer of the hit Disney Channel 2002 Original Movie, Cadet Kelly, at the time the highest-rated show in the history of the network.

Writing as “David Kahane,” on Sept. 28, 2010 he published Rules for Radical Conservatives (Ballantine Books).

Mr. Walsh is also Vice President of the board of directors of the Wende Museum in Los Angeles, which is devoted to East German and Cold War scholarship.

Cool books from Michael Walsh…

Posted in

Steve McGough

Steve's a part-time conservative blogger. Steve grew up in Connecticut and has lived in Washington, D.C. and the Bahamas. He resides in Connecticut, where he’s comfortable six months of the year.


  1. PatRiot on February 18, 2011 at 7:10 am

    One knows a person by the company they keep.

    Jim and Steve  thanks for all of your hard work.

  2. Lynn on February 18, 2011 at 11:05 am

    Obviously, the New York Times did not do their research. Hostile Intent hit the NY Times Bestseller list and a book by the same author different name wrote a book titled Rules for Radical Conservatives. Hoo hoo… Someone messed up. I'm sure if he used his real name, something would have been sabotaged. I've heard Michael Walsh on your show and I always meant to write it down, but I'm in the midst of another campaign and I get drifty. Thanks for putting it all down for unfocused me.

  3. winnie888 on February 21, 2011 at 5:11 pm

    I had no idea Michael was a classical music critic.? That makes him even MORE cool.? Looking forward to him coming bach & joining Jim again. 🙂


The website's content and articles were migrated to a new framework in October 2023. You may see [shortcodes in brackets] that do not make any sense. Please ignore that stuff. We may fix it at some point, but we do not have the time now.

You'll also note comments migrated over may have misplaced question marks and missing spaces. All comments were migrated, but trackbacks may not show.

The site is not broken.