Newt Gingrich may have won South Carolina. But this wasn’t a Newt victory, as much as it was a devastating rebuke to the national media.
Study the poll numbers. Yes, Romney really dropped the ball with the tax return and 15% capital gains issues, but the numbers started flipping from a Romney landslide to a Newt Gingrich landslide only after the ABC television interview with Newt’s ex-wife.… Read more ...
Wayne Allyn Root is a politician, entrepreneur, television and radio personality, author and a well known political commentator. He was the 2008 Libertarian Party vice-presidential nominee. Today is Chairman of the Libertarian National Campaign Committee. Root is a frequent guest on FOX News and many nationally syndicated radio shows such as The Bill Cunningham Show, Savage Nation, The Jerry Doyle Show, The Big Biz Show with Russ & Sully, The G.… Read more ...
Horror novelist and Bangor radio station owner Stephen King announced on Tuesday a new talk radio show featuring a former vice presidential candidate and a former Maine secretary of state’s communications director.“We wanted to shake things up a little bit in the market,” King said…
Former journalist, Bangor Daily News columnist and gubernatorial candidate Pat LaMarche will be joined on the show by Don Cookson, a former reporter and communications director under Secretary of State Matt Dunlap.
By Wayne Allyn Root, Former Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee
I have spent the past few years predicting economic Armageddon on TV and radio shows across America. I have predicted the collapse of the dollar, the decline of the economy, the dangers of the debt and the Fed, and the incredible rise of gold and silver.… Read more ...
“I thought you’d be interested (and I hope proud) to learn that even though I’m only available to DC media for one day (Friday)…I’m going to be appearing live on two national radio shows based in D.C.” Wayne Root.
Wayne is flying from Puerto Rico, where he had a speaking engagement, and to Washington DC for the LNC meeting.
South Carolina Green Party US Senate candidate Tom Clements is raising money to air radio ads challenging incumbent Senator Jim DeMint:
Columbia, SC – This Saturday, as the Gamecocks challenge the top-ranked Alabama team on the football field, the Clements for Senate campaign will release a series of radio ads challenging incumbent Senator Jim DeMint and reminding voters that they do have a choice in the upcoming midterm elections.
Representatives Sandy Haas and David Zuckerman, who were elected as Progressives and caucus with the Progressive Party in the state legislature, were interviewed on Vermont Public Radio. Listen here. The program description:
Vermont’s Progressive Party holds five seats in the House of Representatives, and major party status in the Fall 2010 elections.
Former Democratic Senator and candidate for the Libertarian presidential nomination Mike Gravel will be speaking at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana on February 15. Afterward, he will be interviewed on a radio program in the area that is also broadcast live worldwide on the internet. More from the Muncie Free Press:
Currently he backs the National Initiative for Democracy, a legislative package that aims to give individual citizens the ability to play a direct role in the process of making and altering laws on the federal level through a ballot process.
Doug Hoffman, the Conservative Party candidate in a special congressional election in New York, is receiving some help from the Club For Growth. Hoffman has been recognized by many in the mainstream media as just as likely to win his race as his major party competitors, a rare accomplishment for a third party candidate. … Read more ...
A campaign insider reported to me this morning that the Reverend Billy team was on their way to the Board of Elections to file a little over 18,000 signatures. Then, the following e-mail went out on the Reverend Billy “activists” list:
Date: Tuesday, August 18, 2009, 12:58 PM
Sean Haugh sent a message to the members of Reverend Billy Talen for Mayor of NYC activists.