WHEN: MONDAY, MARCH 14TH AT 7PM ET
WHERE: CNBC'S "THE KUDLOW REPORT"
In addition to extensive live coverage of the Disaster in Japan and its effects, Speaker of the House John Boehner sits down for a rare one-on-one interview with Larry Kudlow Monday, March 14th, as Kudlow kicks off the Kudlow Call to Action. Excerpts of the interview will run during CNBC's Business Day programming tomorrow.
We are at a turning point in this country, and beginning Monday, March 14th at 7PM ET on CNBC's "The Kudlow Report," the biggest names in American business and the biggest names in American politics join the Kudlow Call to Action to effect change in the USA.
Also on "The Kudlow Report" Monday night: Larry Dickerson, President and CEO of Diamond Offshore Drilling and Larry Nichols, co-founder and Executive Chairman of Devon Energy speak out on the Obama Administration's de-facto ban on offshore drilling in the aftermath of the Japan disaster; and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker discusses the death threats he's received after effecting political and fiscal change in his state.
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