SOCK – Save Our Constitution Online Video Conference – Call for Papers or Videos


SOCK — Save Our Constitution Konvention — will be held Sunday, January 15, 2012 from 5- 7 pm Eastern Time.

We are inviting everyone who would like to make a presentation to submit a recorded presentation in advance.

This can be video, audio, or a written article….

Everyone with a presentation on the agenda topics is being asked to prepare a three-minute max recorded (audio or video) presentation.  This will enable us to let everyone be heard as we will broadcast these on prior to and after SOCK.

In addition, you may prepare a longer presentation that will be broadcast before and after the video conference.

 All wishing to contribute are asked to be logged-in on TalkShoe so you may comment and respond to questions on your presentation.

If you prefer, I can conduct an interview with you and do the recording.  Just ask.

If you will not be doing a video, please email a photo jpg to me so we can show viewers your smiling face when you are speaking.

This conference will feature movers and shakers who want to work together to make some things happen in the battle against judicial corruption and government corruption.  The video conference will be at  The Talk Radio broadcast will be on  Call ID: 11588.  Sunday, January 15, 2012 from 5-7 pm (and continuing for as long as people want to talk).

  Please share your ideas and send questions to me by email —

Article listing some of the participants.

Article discussing the Agenda

Article with Details of TalkShoe Talk Radio Broadcast

William M. Windsor

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