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  • Heritage Debuts on Pajamas TV

    This fall Pajamas Media launched a new venture called Pajamas TV. Anticipating growth in online video and Internet TV, Pajamas recruited some of the country’s top bloggers to serve as on-air hosts, including Michelle Malkin, Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit, Hugh Hewitt of Townhall, Charles Johnson of Little Green Footballs and John Hinderaker of Power Line.

    The Heritage Foundation is partnering with Pajamas TV to provide commentary and analysis from our analysts. Earlier today Bill Beach of Heritage’s Center for Data Analysis marked Heritage’s debut on Pajamas TV during an interview about the economic stimulus and presidential candidates’ tax proposals.

    Bill Beach on Pajamas TV

    Stay tuned for additional interviews from Heritage analysts on Pajamas TV in the coming days and weeks.

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    2 Responses to Heritage Debuts on Pajamas TV

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    2. Brett, Seattle says:

      Mr. Beach I must admit that when I was watching you I had to do a double take. I thought…wow Harry Reid is actually making some sense, turns out that you two just have a slight resemblence. It must be the glasses.

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