Ben Howe is a contributing writer at RedState.com, BigJournalism.com, & BigHollywood.com. He’s also the host of the Ben Howe Show, aired weekly on FTR Radio, the #1 online conservative radio station, occasionally co-hosted by his brother Caleb Howe, Associate Editor of RedState.com, as well as Ace, founder of the influential conservative blog Ace of Spades.

The Ben Howe Show will also begin airing on 50K watt powerhouse WBT Radio in Charlotte, NC, starting Sunday nights in January.

Through his radio show he’s had the opportunity to interview people like blogging guru & publisher Andrew Breitbart, Oscar winning actor Richard Dreyfuss, South Carolina Congressman Mick Mulvaney, New York Times best selling author Ann Coulter, and many others.

Ben’s writing and self-produced videos have been highlighted in the Washington Post, the L.A. Times, NPR, Fox News, National Review Online and countless other publications as well as appearing on radio shows and online podcasts across the country.

He is also the Creative Director and Co-Founder of Mister Smith Media, a commercial & video production company focusing on political campaigns and public policy organizations. His self-produced videos can be found on his YouTube channel.

Ben lives with his wife Breeanne and their four children, Mia, Abby, Colin & Chloe, outside of Charlotte, NC.

For media inquiries, interviews or appearances, or if you have a story you think Ben would be interested in writing or talking about, please email benhoweblog@gmail.com.

For video & commercial production work, go to the Mister Smith Media website or email them at info@mistersmithmedia.com.


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