Tuesday, December 9, 2008
Monday, December 8, 2008
The Truth Behind The Politician's PR Poker Face!
Tuesday, December 9, 2008 at 12:00pm ET
Join host Maureen Kedes along with outspoken sports handicapping legend, best-selling author, CEO of www.WinningEdge.com and the 2008 Libertarian Party Vice Presidential nominee, Wayne Allyn Root, along with his own publicist, Sandy Frazier of http://www.sandypr.com/, who is now a renowned freelance NYC PR agent specializing in promoting authors and expert commentators on radio and TV. Listen to the animated discussion of how playing outside the normal rules of Washington's PR machine could change the face of politics forever. Learn how Sandy promotes Wayne and has managed to keep his image clean even though his business has been known to raise some eyebrows! More>>
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Sunday, November 30, 2008
11-5-08 McFarland on FNC - KT in the Pundit Pit on Fox News Channel - re: Obama picks.
11-5-08 McFarland on FNC - KT on America's Election HQ - re: Obama picks.
11-25-08 Reb Bradley on FNC - on his bestselling book, "Born Liberal Raised Right."
11-25-08 McFarland on FNC - on Russian President Medvedev visiting Venezuela and KT comments on the economy.
11-26-08 McFarland on FNC - KT on Gates as Secretary of Defense.
11-28-08 McFarland on FNC - KT on Iran nukes and the Mumbai terrorist attacks.
11-28-08 McFarland on MSNBC - KT covers the India terrorist attacks.
11-28-08 McFarland on MSNBC - How Obama will handle the Mumbai attacks.
11-28-08 Gabriel on FNC - Brigitte on Hannity & Colmes discussing the Mumbai attacks and terrorism.
11-29-08 Root on FNC - Wayne Allyn Root debates financial experts on the bailouts and the economic crisis on "Bulls & Bears."
Monday, November 24, 2008
Here's a tribute from Father Tom Loya:
Art Clifton, producer and engineer for "Light of the East Radio" and assistant producer and engineer for "A Body of Truth," www.catholicradiointerntional.com passed away at the age of 64 following a brief battle with cancer. Art Clifton was a zealous, tireless radio producer and engineer. Because he believed in the best things in life he strove to make his radio work the best. But Art also believed in me and he dedicated entirely, what was unbeknownst to him, the last four years of his earthly life to my vision and message. Although I will remember Art Cliftion always, my memory nor that of anyone else is worthy enough for Art. So, I ask Almighty God Himself to keep Art in His Divine mind and may Art Clifton's memory be eternal.
--Fr. Thomas J. Loya, STB., MA.
Host: "Light of the East Radio" (EWTN affiliates,www.byzantinecathloc.com, I-Tunes)
Host: "A Body of Truth" www.catholicradiointernational.com
Sunday, November 16, 2008
Reb shows why conservatives must help their children mature past their infantile liberal stage or watch our country continue to pay the price. Societal pressures and foolish child-rearing theories gone mainstream are preventing parents from acting like parents. As a result, we’re failing to develop in our children the key ingredients of maturity - self-control and self-discipline. Unless corrected at a young age, too many kids will become adults ruled purely by magical thinking, passions, emotions, instant gratification and an inability to say “no” to themselves - the very hallmarks of the liberal mindset. But there is an answer!
Inside Born Liberal Raised Right parents will learn why the behavioral characteristics that exemplify liberalism are the “default position” in young children; and why the concepts of self-control and self-discipline must be taught early and often, in contradiction to the true nature of most children. It’s up to parents to turn their tiny tyrants into good citizens by helping their children overcome their “inner liberal.” In this timely book, Reb Bradley shows why our nation’s future depends on it. More on Reb... Watch Reb Bradley on the G. Gordon Liddy Show as filmed by C-SPAN's Book TV.
Monday, November 3, 2008
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Check out Michael on Fox News Channel
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
A movie and short book - "I.O.U.S.A." - recently examined the spiraling national debt and economic decay presenting the facts and interviews from America's most successful and brightest executives including Alan Greenspan. The U.S., burdened now with $10 trillion in debt, is on the verge of bankruptcy and "I.O.U.S.A." painted a grave picture of these facts. Bill Glynn believes we are owed answers and solutions to protect our way of life. In fact, he is often quoted saying: "If America were a company, and we should be viewed as such as a capitalist nation, our board of directors and management would be fired and in Jail."
As a shareholder of this nation demanding solutions to America's problems, Bill Glynn's response is "I.O.U.S.A. NOT! - USA Owes US." The document is a quick read and available to download at http://www.billyg.net/. In this hand guide, he addresses eleven sore subjects (only a few of many) that America must overcome in order to keep our society and way of life going. In the first chapter, "The Silver Bullet," he outlines a variety of ways we can move forward to solve some the present economic woes and the many issues facing our country.
If we allow the government to do more of the same, we will lose international confidence and will be cut off from those nations buying our debt that are keeping the USA from bankruptcy right now. As bleak as all this sounds, Glynn's solutions are simple and attack the very cancer that is crippling our nation, economically and socially. Glynn's pioneering "10% Solution" to eradicate the U.S. deficit is among the most noted across the country. If you plan to vote for McCain and Palin or Obama and Biden, this guide will wake you up and provide education and insight on issues everyone should understand going into one of the most important elections in our lifetime.
"I.O.U.S.A. NOT! - USA Owes US" addresses the most controversial issues facing America and offers simple solutions - to eliminate the national deficit, avoid economic war, and eliminate special interests. Every politician and citizen should read this eye-opening guide before going to the polls in November. Get educated on the issues. Download this hand guide at no charge at http://www.billyg.net/. Forward it to all your friends, family and colleagues.
Saturday, September 13, 2008
9/8 - KT McFarland on FNC
9/9 - Brigitte Gabriel, Author of "They Must Be Stopped" on MSNBC
9/10 - Wayne Allyn Root on FNC - Neil Cavuto
9/10 - Doug Wead on FNC - Neil Cavuto
9/12 - Brad O'Leary, Author of "The Audacity of Deceit," on FNC
9/12 - KT McFarland on FNC
Friday, September 12, 2008
George's was a wonderful American life. But what few people realize about him is that he served in the Navy twice and was a war hero having flown many dangerous missions as a reporter! During WWII, George served first in the Army and later as a First Lieutenant in the Marine Corps, winning two citations during his three-year stay. Prior to entering service in WWII, he acted as Master of Ceremonies for "The Army Hour" and he and Lowell Thomas shared the role as the voice of Fox Movietone News. While George achieved early success in New York (where Walter Winchell described his voice as "the greatest in radio and television"), he has been a fixture on the Los Angeles news scene since 1951.
He's perhaps the one reporter who interviewed the four most decorated war heroes - Sgt. Alvin York, Audie Murphy, Joe Hooper and Col. David Hackworth. He has covered every presidency since Herbert Hoover, whom he interviewed after he was out of office and has known most of the big names in politics - Nixon and Reagan in particular - whom he knew on a first-name basis before they rose to prominence. At one point when George was the highest rated television newsman and anchor in Los Angeles, he was urged to run for governor of the state of California. He chose instead to support his friend Ronnie.
For almost a quarter of a century, George Putnam's daily "Talk Back" program on LA's powerhouse KRLA was a blend of two-way conversation with in-studio guests, newsmakers across the nation and his listeners who are likely to hear people of all ages and from all walks of life. And he refused to turn that microphone off almost 'til the end!
Always on top of the latest happenings in the world, George's "One Reporter's Opinion" became a very popular op-ed column on the Internet via top news services such as NewsMax.com. I should know; I helped George write his weekly column for more than 7 years - we met once a week like clockwork. If I was one minute late, he'd call me: "Where are you? Up and at 'em!" He kept me on my toes, inspired and taught me all about people, the world and politics. And it was fun. He was such a gentleman and so thoughtful and considerate! We had a ball working on that column, of which I was so proud. When he wasn't warning us about porous borders, gangs, and radical Islam, he'd pay humble tribute to some of the big stars that passed. He knew EVERYONE and outlived them all!
I kept trying to get him to write his memoirs but he always told me he had to wait until he died to do so because otherwise they'd crucify him! I still hope "One Reporter's Opinion" becomes a book - those columns are so full of wisdom and insight from a man who lived an amazing life. He was so humble about that and always said, "Sandy, I'm just One Reporter... I don't have anything new to say." But I could never repay him for all he taught me in those 7+ years. It was like going to the school of life every Thursday for an hour or two and listening to a man who understood the ways of the world, politics, people... and how he loved his sweet gal Sal and all the animals!
One of the best times I had working on the column with George was the one about his good friend, Doris Day. He told me how they'd climb under barbed-wire fences to rescue a cat. She actually read the column and was thrilled. He told me of his time with Helen Keller and how she touched his lips to interpret his words. He told me how Mae West tried to kiss him when he was a young man starting out in the business. He recalled living next to the Jackson 5 in Hollywood and how innocent and sweet Michael once was... and how shocked he was at how rude broadcasters had become. Not to mention, his tributes to Nixon and the Gipper, Ronald Reagan, were famous!
Here are some of my favourites:
The Origins of Television - and George should know!
Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of Flight
The Presidents' Press Throughout Time
The English Language Tower of Babel
We love ya, George and will miss you greatly! I'm sure you're having a drink with the Duke, a one-liner with Tallulah, a smooch with Mae, and a slap on the back with the Gipper!
Please send condolences to: George Putnam c/o Sallilee Conlon - 13610 Yorba Ave., Chino, CA 91710
These people are doing wonderful things to help injured vets to transition back to normal lives with good jobs. My Dad would have been so proud - and those wonderful Marines! So dedicated to each other and to their wives and children. Even Donald Trump was briefly in attendance. I couldn't help but think of one of my all time favorite movies, "The Best Years of Our Lives" and how far we've come with this fantastic organization! Read about Harold Russell.
Nick Popaditch and his wife, April, were guests of honor. They'd been to Ground Zero in the morning, Nick was on WOR radio's morning show guest-hosted by Rita Cosby, and was lined up for events and radio interviews all throughout the day. When I arrived, April greeted me with her warmth and gorgeous smile and introduced me to her husband, "Gunny" - a strikingly handsome man with such humility and humbleness and the most beautiful eyes - one of which is prosthetic with the Marine Corps emblem emblazoned in it - eagle, globe and anchor.
During Nick's presentation for the VET Foundation, he told the story of how he'd enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1986, was badly wounded commanding a tank in Fallujah, Iraq, in 2004 and suffered grievous head wounds that left him legally blind and partially deaf. The USMC awarded him the Silver Star for his valor and combat innovation. And now he's written a wonderful book documenting his experience having gone to hell and back - Once a Marine: An Iraq War Tank Commander's Inspirational Memoir of Combat, Courage, and Recovery. It was the first time he saw his book in print! And co-author Mike Steere told us some of the adventures they had writing the book. [more...]
I had the honor of meeting Marine Sergeant Edward Chin of the 3rd battalion 4th Marines regiment, an ethnic Chinese who moved to New York when he was one, and who was the soldier that scaled the fallen Saddam statue to put the chain around the neck of the giant Saddam. He also attached the American flag, and then climbed back up to replace it with an Iraqi one.
David Eigenberg, of Sex & the City fame, rounded off the evening with his own presentation for the VET Foundation, joking about his job as "skivvies stacker" in the Marines - "I wasn't a war hero, but I played my part," he said, obviously very moved and inspired by his fellow Marines.
As I drove off, I was thrilled to be able to get a glimpse of the 9/11 memorial lights shining in the night from Ground Zero and felt so proud to be an American. Semper Fi to all those wonderful troops who keep us safe in America! [Go here to watch the slideshow of the event...]
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Readers the world over will stand up and cheer for this valiant Marine's Marine, a man who embodies everything noble and proud in the Corps' long tradition. Never has modern mechanized combat seemed so immediate and real, or the fight in Iraq seemed so human and worth believing in.
The real triumph in Once a Marine is its previously untold, behind-the-scenes tale of the day-to-day life of a career Marine noncommissioned staff officer. In most books and movies, a "Gunny" is little more than a cardboard character. Nick's portrayal is a man complete: a husband and father, as well as a warrior and a molder of young warriors. He reveals himself completely, something no memoirist in his position has ever done before. This includes our very personal introduction to his wife April, whose heroics in the story equal Nick's, together with dozens of others who, as Sgt. Popaditch writes, gave so much, so selflessly and freely, to him. Like the man himself, Once a Marine is full of gratitude and refreshingly free of false bravado and braggadocio.
Sunday, September 7, 2008
Monday, September 1, 2008
Sunday, August 24, 2008
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
Friday, August 1, 2008
Here's what happened: Former radio talk show host and writer extraordinaire, Paul Alexander, generated renewed interest in his rewrite of Man of the People - his wonderful biography of John McCain - and became a radio star and political pundit-anew in the process. In a little over two weeks, we booked him on 55 radio shows and 2 TV shows, on satellite, live talk shows, taped interviews and more - in major markets, New York City, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, Houston, Atlanta... to the wonderful talkers in the grassroots of America... where he got more than rave reviews.
Brigitte Gabriel was vacationing most of the month, yet still managed to squeeze in 6 radio interviews and a nice spot on FNC's 'Your World w/Neil Cavuto.' We booked Frank Gaffney, Jr. from the Center for Security Policy on 17 radio shows - including satellite, nationals, major markets New York and Atlanta, and he appeared on Fox Business Network's 'Happy Hour' as well as Fox News Channel's 'Happening Now' to promote http://www.nozzlerage.com/ - the hilarious video that has become America's Humorous Antidote to Fuming at the Gas Pump.
SandyPR.com's newest client, Bill Glynn, is our latest rising radio star to emerge from the South where, in just 2 weeks, he managed to grant interviews to 17 lucky hosts who have all asked him to return to charm the audiences with his unique brand of RANT on the latest economic news (and woes) in America. Watch out for this guy! He's a whippersnapper!
Roger Hedgecock, popular radio talk show host and exclusive commentator for WorldNetDaily, returned to add to his already overflowing schedule with 15 radio interviews and 2 TV shows covering his topics of expertise: illegal immigration, the War on Terror and healthcare - all outlined in his wonderful series of Field Guides now available at Amazon.com.
Authors and expert commentators at Family Security Matters wowed radio audiences all month long, educating America about the very real dangers we face on the homefront and abroad - from Joel Himelfarb, Cliff Kincaid, Harvey Kushner, KT McFarland, Adrian Morgan in London, Dr. Pham and Carol Taber, FSM's President. They managed to do almost 40 radio interviews and 2 TV shows: KT on FNC's The Live Desk and KT on FNC's Studio B.
SandyPR.com's tried and true favorites, Libertarian Party VP Nominee, Wayne Allyn Root was hot on the campaign and radio trail promoting his candidacy with Bob Barr ... and our good friend, Fmr. Congressman John LeBoutillier's blog is as popular as ever - the radio audiences are still loving him after all these years! John will be a regular on Imus in the Morning Friday mornings at 8:05am ET. Listen for him on the ABC Radio Networks.
Last, but not least, Dick Morris wound up his whirlwind Fleeced book tour - having completed approximately 200 radio and TV interviews since June 23rd. We wish him a speedy recovery!! (He's still calling Sandy his 'favourite sadist!') You'll want to watch his speech, which we arranged for C-SPAN's Book-TV to film. Go Here for photos of the event and other Dick Morris photos... Go here to watch the video. To see Dick on TV, Go Here.
Now you'll understand if Sandy doesn't answer her phone this weekend! ;-)
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Friday, July 11, 2008
Thursday, July 10, 2008
Yet, OPEC is limiting production and encouraging speculation that is costing us and other consumers hundreds of billions of dollars every year. It amounts to the largest artificially engineered transfer of wealth in history. OPEC is waging economic warfare, and it is bleeding our country dry.
Worse still, some of the oil money the Saudis, Iranians, Venezuelans and other OPEC members get from us is being used to support terrorism. We are literally paying people to try to kill us.
This is clearly a ridiculous and unsustainable situation. If not corrected, we are going to bleed out as we underwrite our destruction.
NozzleRage is a video campaign designed, through viral YouTube and Internet distribution, to make clear what is happening to this country and its drivers. Its goal is to channel the fury most Americans feel into effective action. Go Here Now to watch the video on YouTube.
The first of a series of 30-second NozzleRage videos features an OPEC gas pump ripping off and then attacking an ordinary American consumer. Conceived, directed and produced by the fabled Hollywood team of David and Jerry Zucker, it directs viewers to the http://www.nozzlerage.com/ Web site where they can register to view upcoming videos and find out what they can do to end our suicidal vulnerability to OPEC's oil cartel.
NozzleRage's message is supported by a number of the nation's leading advocates for energy security including Frank J. Gaffney, Jr. (of the Center for Security Policy), who is available for interviews now. Go Here Now to see Frank Gaffney on Fox Business Network. And on FNC...
Monday, July 7, 2008
By Paul Alexander
Virtually the ONLY McCain biography available, Paul Alexander's MAN OF THE PEOPLE: The Maverick Life and Career of John McCain paints a balanced, thoughtful portrait of the man who may be the next President of the United States. Readers, regardless of their political persuasions, will find MAN OF THE PEOPLE a must-read during a Presidential campaign that will clearly be a watershed in American politics and history.
Much of the controversy surrounding John McCain, argues Alexander, is owing to the fact that McCain is a centrist. In his overall political agenda, McCain can be seen as progressive on some issues, conservative on others. In foreign policy, he is neither an isolationist nor one who endorses nation-building. His acknowledgement of the importance of the global community of nations suggests he is less likely to pursue a unilateralism that can spell disaster - the type of unilateralism that drove the Bush administration's war in Iraq.
On the environment, McCain has evolved as a progressive. A skeptic about global warming when he first arrived in Congress, he has evolved over time to become one of the most ardent proponents of initiatives to protect the environment.
On social issues, he has proved harder to define. He has been a steadfast defender of the right to life, yet has repeatedly said he is not in favor of overturning Roe v. Wade. On gay issues, he continues to support "don't ask, don't tell" and opposes gay marriage. Yet he also attacked the Federal Marriage Amendment, a cornerstone of President Bush's reelection platform in 2004.
On fiscal issues, he has proved himself to be a conservative - at least to a point. He endorses the fundamental tenet of fiscal conservatism, which says spend only what you have. But while he supported the tax cuts of the Reagan administration, he opposed the Bush administration's tax cuts because they gave too much to the most fortunate among us and too little to those who need tax relief most. A cornerstone of his political career has been his fight against government waste and pork-barrel spending; curtailing both, he believes, could help bring into line a federal budget that is currently out of control.
Among the many issues, MAN OF THE PEOPLE explores are:
* New information about the campaign staff shake-up last summer that saved McCain's faltering presidential bid, and how the shake-up forced him to make the agonizing decision to fire longtime friend and political adviser John Weaver.
* How McCain's career shifted from a stalwart Reaganite to a moderate, independent Republican whose focus has been campaign finance reform, gun control, and environmental issues.
* Why Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter hate John McCain and how the conservative base of the Republican Party's distaste for McCain will affect the general election this November.
* A new analysis of how, for much of the presidency of George W. Bush, McCain has fought hard in the United States Senate to undermine a large part of the Bush agenda, undercutting any claims to be made in the upcoming presidential race that a McCain presidency would represent a continuation of Bush policies.
* The most extensive examination to date of the character assassination of John and Cindy McCain carried out by Karl Rove during the 2000 South Carolina primary, which led one top McCain aide to call the 2000 Presidential race "the dirtiest race I've ever seen."
* His military career from his days at the Naval Academy to his time as a POW, and the profound hatred for war that emerged from his wartime experiences.
Alexander says that, ultimately, McCain is virtually impossible to pigeonhole as he, more often than not, strives for the middle ground, which is why he so often teams up with Democrats to produce meaningful legislation that can be passed by Congress and signed into law. His affinity for the common ground, his desire to govern from a consensus, is what makes him appealing to Independents as well as mainstream Republicans. A centrist, not just on foreign policy but also on domestic policy, he is running for president to return the country to the middle of the political spectrum. About Paul Alexander
Monday, June 30, 2008
Saturday, June 28, 2008
June 23 - FNC: Hannity & Colmes, Pt. II
June 24 - NBC: The Today Show
June 24 - FNC: "Just In" w/Laura Ingraham
June 25 - FNC: Fox & Friends, Pt. II, Pt. III
June 25 - Fox Business Network: Happy Hour
June 25 - FNC: The O'Reilly Factor
June 27 - FNC: Your World w/Neil Cavuto
June 27 - FNC: Hannity & Colmes, Pt. II, Pt. III
Wednesday, June 25, 2008
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Sunday, June 8, 2008
Wednesday, June 4, 2008
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
5-23-08 - Robert Weiss on Fox Business Network
5-23-08 - Brandon Millett on Studio B - Fox News Channel
5-22-08 - Doug Wead on America's Pulse w/E.D. Hill - Fox News Channel
5-16-08 - Wayne Allyn Root on Fox Business Network - Libertarian candidate debate
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
Sunday, May 18, 2008
Saturday, May 17, 2008
FSM authors will also be posted on our National Security blog...
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Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Doug Wead on FNC
5-8-08 - America's Pulse w/E.D. Hill
Doug Wead on FNC
5-1-08 - (Aired 5-9-08) - The Fox Report w/Trace Gallagher
Doug Wead on the Today Show
5-10-08 - Today Show - Weekend Edition - live from Crawford, TX
Doug Wead on The Today Show - Pt. II
5-10-08 - Today Show - Weekend Edition - live from Crawford, TX
Doug Wead on MSNBC
5-10-08 - MSNBC News Live from Crawford, TX
Doug Wead on MSNBC
5-10-08 - MSNBC News Live from Crawford, TX
Doug Wead on Geraldo
5-10-08 - FNC - Geraldo at Large - live from Crawford, TX
Saturday, May 3, 2008
5/4 Sunday - America's Election HQ - around 1:50pm ET
Friday, May 2, 2008
Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
3-12-08 - Vito Colucci, Jr. on FNC - The O'Reilly Factor
3-17-08 - Raj Bhakta on FNC - Neil Cavuto
3-17-08 - Robert Weiss on CNN - Anderson Cooper 360