Frank Bailey's book tour is cranking up. Bailey is very conservative. His co-authors are not. The book, published and marketed by a subsidiary of Simon & Schuster that specializes in conservative Christian inspirational fodder, is looking more and more like an ideological cipher. Although that might be a good thing, Bailey is way too dense to handle explaining what message there might be in this tale he keeps describing as his own personal redemption.
Andrew Breitbart understudy Dana Loesch interviewed Bailey for about 15 minutes Friday. She was not only somewhat hostile, her prep people had gotten her up to speed on some Alaska issues. They missed others, but Bailey seemed ill-prepared to go far from the typical book tour questions he's been fielding:
More later on this interview.
image - Ann Coulter and Dana Loesch