Friday, November 9, 2007


NOTE: If you listened to Eric Dondero's "Libertarian Republican" radio show, and you're looking for Steve Maloney, you came to the right place. I have several columns about William Russell.

You can find congressional candidate William Russell's web site, where you can learn, volunteer, and -- hopefully -- contribute at: Note below the important meeting at Russell Headquarters in Johnstown, PA.

Thanks to Eric Dondero for having me on his show! Tune in to Libertarian Republican Radio as often as you can.

Finally, If you heard Adam Brickley (and me) rave about the qualities of Alaska's Governor Sarah Heath Palin on Eric's show and you'd like to learn more about her, please go Adam's site at:

There will be an important meeting of William Russell, opponent of John Murtha, and his campaign manager, Larry Stiles with supporters from Pennsylvania and elsewhere. Here's the notice from Iraqi Freedom veteran Craig Minnick about the event:

Please be advised we will have a dinner/meeting on Thursday, 15 November, to welcome William Russell to Johnstown. As you all know Lieutenant Colonel Russell is challenging john murtha in Pennsylvania's 12th Congressional District.

The dinner/meeting will be held at the City View restaurant in Johnstown at the top of Johnstown's historic Incline Plane. The address of the restaurant is 709 Edgehill Drive, Johnstown, PA 15905 and is in the Westmont section of town. The web address for the restaurant is

We will have dinner at 6:00 and the meeting will start at approximately 7:15.

You can RSVP to Craig Minnick at: If you don't go to anymore political events from now to the election, please don't miss this one.

You can learn more about William "Trower" Russell by reading my previous columsn and by going to the candidate's web site:


Jim Fryar said...

Thank you for the comment the other day. I looked over William Russell's site the other day and am very impressed with him. He sounds just the type of person the RP should have a lot more of, principled, honest, and prepared to take on the difficult fights.

If he can't win this one,(I'm not being negative but this is a tough one) I hope he tries again, maybe another spot, but if the party wishes to come back from its current setbacks we need men like that.

I am sorry I didn't get back to you sooner but I have been tied up in our own Australian elections.

Stephen R. Maloney said...

I'm following the Australian situation as best I can in The Economist. I know Howard has been behind, which would not be a good situation for GWB. Your comments on Russell are accurate. In today's world, it's crucial to get candidates who are totally honest and who are "Warriors." I'm trying to identify opportunities for William in the 12th District and will have more on the subject at the beginning of next week.

Thanks for being a "frequent visitor."

steve maloney