Thursday, November 22, 2007

Red November Week on PPR

Red November week begins this coming Saturday, November 24th, 2007 (@ 7pm Eastern Time), as we welcome a panel of experts involved in a grassroots effort to assist Sarah Palin procure a spot as the Vice Presidential running mate of whoever gains the Republican Nomination for President of the United States. The panel will include Adam Brickley, Steve Maloney, and Trish Houser. Trish will be a first time participant on Political Pistachio Radio, and she is also a member of Sarah Palin's campaign for her 2006 successful run for Governor of Alaska. If there is a conservative that best fits what conservatives are currently looking for in the Republican Party, Sarah is it. Oh, and I have sent an e-mail to Sarah offering her to call into the show. One never knows.

On Wednesday, November 28th, William Russell, Iraq War Veteran and Congressional Candidate in the 12th District of Pennsylvania will join us to discuss his candidacy, and his opponent, Democrat John "Our Marines are Cold Blooded Killers" Murtha. This will be our second attempt to have Mr. Russell on the show. Last time, due to unforseen circumstances, he was unable to join us. However, after numerous conversations with William Russell, he is looking forward to joining us on the 28th at 10pm Eastern Time. Won't you join us too?

On July 21st, 2007, immediately after declaring that he was withdrawing from the Republican U.S. Presidential nomination, Governor James Gilmore was our guest on Political Pistachio Radio. Now, Governor Gilmore has decided to run for the Senate. I have e-mailed him, requesting that he join us on Thursday, November 29th at 10pm Eastern Time. He has not responded yet, but regardless of whether or not he joins us, Thursday's show will be dedicated to his campaign, and why it is so important that he win the election in what media has labeled "Clash of the Titans 2008" as Gilmore takes on former Democrat Governor Mark Warner for the honor of succeeding U.S. Sen. John Warner. A video Biography and announcement of his campaign are now available on my Political Pistachio Videos site.

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