Nall on Alan Colmes Tomorrow Night

I just got this in my e-mail from Loretta Nall:

On Friday evening at 9:15 pm CST I will be a guest on the Alan Colmes Show for around 20 minutes.

They heard about my “Flash for Cash” campaign and started digging around my campaign website and became intrigued with all of the things that I have done over the last four years.

The segment will cover the flash stuff, my start up in drug policy and prison reform and the mexico decrim bill.

You can listen live at

UPDATE: The LP blog is commenting on this, but had to enter the following caveat because of FEC restrictions:

Note that due to restrictions with the FEC, we cannot even link to a state or local candidate that solicits funds, so we can’t link to Lorretta Nall’s campaign site, however has more on the matter.

Sorry for all the Nall stuff lately. I usually try to balance Alabama stuff with that from other states, but recent campaign activites have pushed her to the forefront for the moment. Hopefully, things will get back to normal over the next few day. Actually, I hope the rest of the LP candidates start picking up a competitive amount of media attention.

Here are a few additional upcoming media events:

Melinda Pillsbury-Foster on The Spiritual Politician 6 pm CST

Alan Colmes 9:15 pm to 9:35 pm (possibly longer depending on response from audience…they said those word to me via phone)

Saturday May 6, 2006
Dean Becker of Cultural Baggage (longtime friend who does an anti-prohibition show carried on over 50 stations in the US) Will send air date when I know it…it’s a pre-recorded deal.

Sunday May 7, 2006
Addressing the San Francisco Million Marijuana March via phone 420 pm CST

Monday, May 8, 2006
45 minutes on Elgin, IL’s WRMN 9 am CST
The person who called said it was a Libertarian talk show….that isnt what the site says….

Tuesday May 9 2006

Michael Gilson show in FLA via phone 9:00 pm EST

Right now, the requests are coming in too fast to train the new campaign scheduler how to do her job.

Stephen Gordon

I like tasteful cigars, private property, American whiskey, fast cars, hot women, pre-bailout Jeeps, fine dining, worthwhile literature, low taxes, original music, personal privacy and self-defense rights -- but not necessarily in this order.

  1. Nall has certain, er, assets that the other LP candidates don’t. :)

  2. I LOVE Alan Colmes. He’s my favorite liberal. Out of all the pundits on television and radio he seems to be the only one that actually gives respect to people of dissenting opinion. Every time I’ve e-mailed him he’s even replied thanking me for my input, in a way I could tell was not computer generated.

  3. hey guys, OT question:

    How many states allow Libertarian voter registration as of right now (must be “libertarian” only, not “decline” or some other stupid name lumping them all in)? Anyone know?