She done good. She was coherent. She has a nice voice with an interesting quality. She sounds like a mom while lecturing, in the same way that Sarah Palin sounded like one while politicking. The subject under discussion was (in general) the voice of the religious in the public square, and how best to make it heard and heeded. I have only a few bones to pick. First, she missed the opportunity of informing listeners that her masterpiece on the subject could be found at The Christendom Review. Second, she pronounces Paul Cella's name Chella, as a Brooklynite might pronounce 'cello'. Third, in making a larger, valid point, she asserted that newborns have no self-awareness. It's a matter of hospital record, eyewitnesses attending, that on the very night of my birth, after my mother had recovered from the ordeal - ("You're a pain in the pelvis," was her way of reminding me in later years) - I snatched the vanity mirror from her hand and began admiring myself in it. Otherwise, she was sterling.
If you missed the program, it should soon be archived on the James Allen show website. Click the "audio" tab and select the player for Feb. 1.