After my exertions at Steynamite last week, I have a somewhat lighter load this Tuesday night - introducing my National Review (and sometime National Post/Chicago Sun-Times/Aussie Speccie) colleague John O'Sullivan at what I believe is his debut public appearance in New Hampshire. John will be speaking at the annual Vesta Roy event (I did it two years ago) on the theme of women in politics, a subject which, as a former speechwriter for Mrs Thatcher, he knows well.
Admission is free and it kicks off at 6pm at NHIOP, which to the careless reader looks like IHOP but is, in fact, the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at St Anselm College. Not only is it where all the big Granite State primary debates are held, but they let non-presidential non-candidates in there, too: I had a great crowd there for the C-SPAN speech last summer, and it's an honor to be back on the stage to introduce John.
If you're coming from Massachusetts, St Anselm is in the bit of New Hampshire with indoor plumbing. And, if you've never seen John live, you're in for a treat. More details here.