Monday, April 30, 2007

Thank You Mr. Hill

I would like to extend my thanks to Mr. Trent Hill, Constitution Party of Louisiana Contact. When Ed Noonan did not call in the show tonight Mr. Hill, who was listening in, called in about 10 or 15 minutes into the show and a very good interview was conducted.

If you missed the show be sure to catch it in the archives at

Be sure to tune in next week when Presidential candidate Richard Michael Smith (R) will be on the show.


Anonymous said...

Oh look, im famous!
Ben, it was great to be able to help, I keep up with your site constantly, and on a daily basis participate in your efforts here.
Also, it's good to see a fellow YOUNG conservative who means to DO something.

Trent Hill

Daniel said...

Hey Ben, Daniel here. I was just going to let you know. Dont worry when people dont call in. I had one guy not show up and ended up having to cancle the show. NEVER Cancle the show, just learn to go with it. It alawys works out! :) peace

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