Filling in for Chuck Wilder on tomorrow, from noon to 2 pm PT

We’ll be talking guns, money, taxes, and the “war on drugs” used to seize assets from innocent bystander citizens. Dave Workman of The 2nd Amendment Foundation joins us to talk about moves to “Do Something!” now, a.k.a. to save us from the danger of guns out there. And we’ll have our own local CA expert, Chuck Michael, of the CA Rifle and Pistol Association to focus on how fast our CA State legislators are moving to capitalize on the public fear resulting from the horrific tragedy in Newtown, CT this past December.

Richard Rider joins us to talk about the millionaires who are leaving CA because they don’t want to pay 82% taxes on their earnings. Steven Greenhut recently wrote about one such individual, Pro Golfer, Phil Mickelson, and his new 62% tax bracket in CA, but Rider will explain how it’s actually 82%! What happens when the millionaires leave? Yikes.

He’s always loaded for bear, so don’t miss it. Join us live from noon to 2 pm PT on as we fill in for the venerable Chuck Wilder who is in recuperation.

CA Neighbor Mexico Spirals Into Anarchy | CalWatchDog

Instead of the Bush-Obama “war” on drugs being exported to Mexico, there are two actions that can end, or at least greatly reduce, the country’s deadly gang wars and massive government corruption.

First: End the ‘War’ on Drugs
First, the U.S. government should end the “war” on drugs. It should begin to do so internationally, ending its interventions in Mexico, Colombia, Afghanistan and other narco-states. Further, it should allow U.S. state and local governments to decide whether or not illegal drugs should be decriminalized. That’s actually what’s said in the Constitution, where no “war” on drugs is given as a power to the federal government.

Second: Legalize Mexican Guns
The second reform to reduce violence in Mexico would be to legalize guns in that country. Currently, Mexico has one of the world’s most draconian gun-control policies.

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How to Prevent Riots in California | CalWatchDog

“I wonder how brazen those British thugs would be if they knew shop owners might have a loaded Sturm-Ruger Mini-14 under every counter. One report I saw tonight showed a block of shops totally destroyed and looted, save one: the bookstore. Clearly intelligent persuasion will not avail with the plunderers. Bullets might fare better. They are cowards, after all.” Click here to read the post.

EDITORIAL: Gun-grabber misfire – Washington Times

Found this on Future of Freedom Foundation’s Newsletter May 9, 2011.

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Interviews with Francis Barraza and Kristen Lucero, as well as Latino Water Coalition founder, Piedad Ayala, audio files posted.

I talk with Francis Barraza and Kirsten Lucero,two gorgeous and dynamic legal eagles, currently at UC Hastings College of Law, Mex-American, Republicans, leaders in their field. We talk with Francis and Kristen about growing up first generation in the US, family, their principles and values and being Republican. We also touch on the question of changing our drug laws, with diverse opinions.

Piedad Ayala, Founder and chief organizer of the Latino Water Coalition. The current water crisis is a property and water rights issue. Republicans and Latinos need each other more than ever before. The fate of Farm workers, Ranchers, Farmers, Ag business owners and their workers, and CA Ag Industry’s production of fresh food, are all in peril, together.