The RJ Moeller Show: Mark Steyn and John O'Hurley
This is as good as podcasting gets, folks. "The RJ Moeller Show" is a star-studded episode this week, and we open things by having a candid, in-depth conversation with the actor John O'Hurley—Mr. Peterman from "Seinfeld."
John has been a working actor for more than three decades. He's hosted games shows like "Family Feud," starred on stage and on screen, and he's been the voice-over for a litany of well-known commercials. We chat with him about the parallels between entrepreneurs in the regular marketplace and those in the entertainment industry. We also discuss the current state of resentment and misunderstanding that exists in American culture when it comes to economics and free enterprise.
And don't fret—we talk a little "Seinfeld" as well!
In the second segment of this week's show, we are thrilled to welcome columnist-of-the-world, best-selling author and the conservative international Man of Mystery, Mark Steyn!
Mark is a bestselling author, a Top 41 recording artist, and a leading Canadian human rights activist. That's to say, his latest book, "After America," is a top five bestseller in the United States and a number one bestseller in Canada; "A Marshmallow World," his Christmas single with Jessica Martin reached number seven on Amazon's easy listening bestsellers and number 41 on their main pop chart; and, as for being a leading Canadian human rights activist, he is actively trying to destroy the Canadian Human Rights Commission, for reasons he explains in his book "Lights Out: Islam, Free Speech And The Twilight Of The West." Mark is also a visiting fellow at Hillsdale College, and he's a popular guest host of "The Rush Limbaugh Program" and the cable show "Hannity."
We've been dying to have Mr. Steyn on the show since its very inception, and we are confident you will enjoy the end result.