On The Show Today

- Piers Morgan/Alex Jones go at it on CNN
- Hagel Backlash continues
- SCOTUS to take up same-sex marriage in March
- Harry Reid downplays Katrina, much to the dismay of LA Sen. David Vitter
GEN STANLEY MCCHRYSTAL - McChrystalGroup.com/MyShare
General McChrystal reflects on his time in Afghanistan.

General Stanley McChrystal retired in July 2010 as a four-star general in the U.S. Army. His last assignment was as the commander of the International Security Assistance Force and as the commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan. He had previously served as the director of the Joint Staff and as the commander of the Joint Special Operations Command. He is currently a senior fellow at Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs and the cofounder of the McChrystal Group, a leadership consulting firm. He and his wife of thirty-five years, Annie, live in Virginia.

REP. TOM PRICE (GA) - TomPrice.House.Gov

Dr. Price talks about the Debt Ceiling fight


For nearly twenty years, Rep. Price worked in private practice as an orthopedic surgeon.  Before coming to Washington he returned to Emory University School of Medicine as an Assistant Professor and Medical Director of the Orthopedic Clinic at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, teaching resident doctors in training.  He received his Bachelor and Doctor of Medicine degrees from the University of Michigan and completed his Orthopedic Surgery residency at Emory University.  Congressman Tom Price was first elected to represent Georgia’s 6th district in November 2004. Prior to going to Washington, Price served four terms in the Georgia State Senate – two as Minority Whip.  In 2002, he was a leader in the Republican renaissance in Georgia as the party took control of the State Senate, with Price rising to become the first Republican Senate Majority Leader in the history of Georgia. 

REP. MARSHA BLACKBURN - blackburn.house.gov
Why she voted against the Fiscal Cliff and for John Boehner for Speaker of the House

Blackburn’s reputation for focusing on individual freedom and free enterprise boosted her from the Tennessee Senate to the U.S. House of Representatives. Blackburn was first elected to represent Tennessee’s 7th Congressional District in 2002, quickly becoming a leader in Congress and a leading voice advocating for a small, efficient federal government that is accountable to its citizens.  Blackburn is the vice-chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee.