I’ve been called into PJTV today but the taping conflicts directly with Tammy Radio, but with so much breaking news, we thought it time to have a guest host. I want to thank Amy Peikoff for agreeing to be our first ever guest host! I heard from so many of you about how you enjoyed our conversation after her appearance on the show yesterday, so I thought she’s be the perfect person to take care of you on a day like this. And be on time! Unlike me, I have a feeling Amy will start the program right at the top of the hour! :)

When it comes to how you link into the show, nothing changes. Go to Talk Stream Live and simple connect to the Tammy Radio page. The only difference is for today you will be linked to Amy’s established Blog Talk Radio home, and listen from there. We expect everything to go smoothly, and Amy even has guests lined up for you today. TAM Chat will also be live as usual during the show, TAMs will get a podcast of the show as usual through the subscriber system as well, and I’ll have the Daily TAM Briefing podcast for all subscribers later as well.

Thanks everyone, and have a good time!

AMy’s blog is Dont’ Let It Go, and Twitter is @AmyPeikoff.

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  1. timpeck says:

    Amy Peikoff (JD, UCLA, 1998; PhD, University of Southern California, 2003) is visiting fellow for the study of Objectivism in law and philosophy at Chapman University School of Law. She has published academic articles on the right to privacy, Searle’s theory of rational action, and aspects of Ayn Rand’s novels, as well as several opinion pieces.
    http://www.theobjectivestandard.com/contributors/amy-peikoff.asp

    Twitter
    https://twitter.com/AmyPeikoff

    Website
    http://www.dontletitgo.com

    Facebook
    https://www.facebook.com/amy.peikoff

  2. Texas Snoopy says:

    Excellent show today, Amy and Bosch were great.

  3. sweetexp says:

    Thank you Tammy for giving us a wonderful experience in hearing the diversity brought to the Tamily by Amy Peikoff!

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