This past Saturday morning, I had the privileged of being the featured guest on Da Tech Guy’s famous radio show (in case you missed it, he now writes for The Minority Report). We discussed a plethora of topics–such as the recent on-goings at The Minority Report, the reasons behind the MSM’s biased coverage of the Wisconsin brouhaha, the horrific murder of the Fogel family in Israel, as well as the details of some of my previous columns. You can listen to the entire interview here.
Please feel free to be honest and let me know where I did well, and where I have room for improvement. However, please don’t be brutal–this is my first ever radio interview after all.
Anywho, enjoy the interview, and have a nice Sunday afternoon!
PS–I tried to remember to mention as many of you as I could. (If I forgot to mention you, I am sincerely sorry and I will try my best to remember the next time.)
Tomorrow morning at 10:00 AM, I will have the honor of being the featured guest on Da Tech Guy’s awesome radio show. If any of you guys have some free time on Saturday morning, I would greatly appreciate it if you could give us a listen–or, even call in if you think of a question that you would like to ask one of us. We will be discussing all of the recent on-goings at The Minority Report, the Libyan crisis, and the sad, horrific murder of an Israeli family by Palestinian terrorists.
Take care, and I look forward to hearing from you all tomorrow morning!
Sincerely, Susannah Fleetwood
[Editor's note from Susannah: The great blogger, Da Tech Guy (who is also my good friend), is now going to be writing in our Business and Tech section--and, he is occasionally going to be posting his awesome interviews with movers and shakers in the conservative movement on the front page. Please extend to him a warm TMR welcome. Thank you.]
As regular readers of my blog know, I spend a lot of time going door to door talking to business people in order to sell ads for my radio show (DaTechGuy on DaRadio Saturday Mornings 10 a.m. on WCRN AM 830 BTW).
With the economy in trouble nationwide and jobs scarce to come by, many people (including me) have decided to go into business for themselves. Just yesterday I met a lady at a cleaners shop in Acton who is painting silk scarfs as a new business while she looks for other work.
Small Entrepreneurs usually have it tough. One or two person operations put in an inordinate amount of labor to make a small amount of money (if any). In addition they have to follow all the governmental rules that are put before them as they attempt to get started.
One of the biggest advantages for such a person these days is the internet. The ability to market, sell and connect to a national and/or international customer bases gives the micro businessman a chance to succeed and the opportunity to grow into something larger than they ever dreamed…unless they live in Illinois that is.
Pat Quinn, the newly elected Democratic Governor of Illinois has decided to buck the prevailing winds and attempt to close his deficits by a new tax on internet sales signing Bill HB3659.