Neither Newsmax Editor Ken Chandler & Writer David Patten quite knew what to expect but an interview with Fox news and talk show host, Sean Hannity, was set for March 14, 2011 at Fox Studios in New York DURING the time of Hannity's primetime show. The evening ended up being a testament to the seat-of-the-pants facility that is a key to the man's success. He was open to any and all questions before, during and after the show which, by happenstance, coincided with the tsunami in Japan (resulting in the evening's program schedule being thrown out the window for live coverage from correspondents in Japan). Hannity was a totally gracious host, generous with his time and was also very straightforward and forthright in his responses to Patten's timely questions on a vast array of political topics. Genetically upbeat, he introduced anyone and everyone who came by, from Vincent Buddy Cianci the former mayor of Providence RI, to a tour group from Indiana, all while managing and probing a constant influx of information on the devastation on the opposite side of the globe. Live TV at its best as seen from behind the scenes.