Saturday Radio 6-12-10: Tony Bushala on Election results, More Guns, Less Crime Author John Lott, and Steve Yuhas on Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Policy, Right or Wrong?

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Guest John Lott on his third release of his ground breaking book, More Guns, Less Crime. What’s new in the book? We’ll ask John about the latest, most notable, in gun laws and rights, and the current political climate, by state, nationally, and internationally, (update, June 14, 2010:  John had to miss our interview, due to circumstances, but we will reschedule.  We got Jack Dean, Publisher of the Website, Blog and Newsletter called Pension Tsunami as my guest for the morning show and it was as always, with Jack, a lot of fun. 

On Moonlighting with Martha, at 8 to 11 pm, PT,

Hot topics on the show include:

Guests:

Tony Bushala, Publisher of what deserves to be an award winning blog, Friends For Fullerton’s Future Blog, on some key wins and losses in Orange County, CA. The public employees spent millions in OC, and it paid off in some races, but they lost big in others.

Tony will discuss with us, an O.C.  Supervisorial race that went for the friend of the taxpayer, but in the county sheriff’s race, the man who brought down the corrupt criminal Corona, who respects the 2nd Amendment, who doesn’t go along with false or unsubstantiated criminal charges against a minority who’s an easy target, lost, but not without a fight.

Intimidation and threat of use of force by CHP against Bill Hunt supporters:  Justified? Or violation of civil liberties and rights?

Steve Yuhas, Radio Talk Show Host at KOGO in San Diego, on this Administration’s intent on abolishing Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell U.S. Military policy. He’s a self described conservative, Jewish, disabled former military man, who happens to be gay and has a strong opinion on the matter.
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Sat May 22, 2010: Bill Hunt–Whistle Blower, Constitutionalist, Candidate for Sheriff & Tony Bushala and John Seiler–Bloggers for Limited Government

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On the program, Bill Hunt, a 22 year year veteran of the Orange County Sheriff’s Dept in CA, he stood up of for his values and his chosen profession, law enforcement, administration of former Sheriff Michael S. Carona in 2006. That decision cost him his career.

Now he’s running for Orange County Sheriff, against the incumbent, Sheriff Sandra Hutchens, who fits the bill for bureaucrat, experienced poll, insider politician, who would like to make OC more like LA, restrictions on gun rights and integrity of service.

On Moonlighting with Martha, John Seiler of Calwatchdog.com on the Greek fable of bankrupt dysfunctional California, and its stooge legislators, who work desperately to make things worse.

Tony Bushala, founder, publisher, and fellow blogger of Friends for Fullerton’s Future Blog, on the power of blogging to start, fuel and fan brush-fires for limited government. Tony and his merry band of fellow FFFF Bloggers crack me up, with their witty, well researched posts, all while learning about and fighting back against corruption, deceit, and abuse of power in their communities. The sleuthing the blogger do has produced some fantastic reporting on local candidates backed by the political machines and public employee unions.

The lines are open. I hope you put us on your calendar, tune in, give us a call, and join us for hot talk radio, Saturday at 10 to 11AM PT, and 8 to 11PM PT, one fast hour in the morning and three fun hours on Saturday night, on CRN 1

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Sat Nov 21, 2009: Humor cuts to the chase. Be political activists or have fun with friends? Do both! & Jack Dean on Taming the Pension Tsunami



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Tony Bushala is one of the founders of a gem blog, Friends for Fullerton’s Future Blog, a.k.a. FFFFB, an effective local blog and guerilla marketing strategy to whip elected officials honest, slap strays in line, or remove them, and prevent carpetbaggers from swooning in to capitalize on a favorable voter registration base.

It helps to start out with a voter friendly base, but even so, political machines of any party can become compromised and piggy. The City of Fullerton, CA resides in Assembly District 72, in Orange County, CA, with a roughly 43% to 34% Republican over Democrat advantage. It’s enough of a lead that party bosses for the dominant party can take their base for granted, grow fat, and abusive of their power.

At the top of their blog their mission statement says it all: Friends for Fullerton’s Future supports candidates and causes that promote intelligent, responsible and accountable government in Fullerton and Orange County.

We’ll hear about some of their most current successes affecting policy issues, and appointed and elected government officials. What do they do? How do they do it? What does it take? And can you replicate this strategy in your community? You’ll love the message and the messenger! The methodology they use is smart, in your face, good old fashion muckraking, hilarious clever humor, strategic cross marketing and low budget strategic advertising. Be inspired! Be empowered! “All politics are local”–Here’s how to fight the Machine and be a happy warrior!

Jack Dean, of Pension Tsunami and Californians for Pension Reform joins us to give us an update on the campaign to reign in the runaway train that is the Public Employee Pension Fund Gravy Train.
The lines are open. I hope you put us on your calendar, tune in, give us a call, and join us for hot talk radio, Saturday at 10AM PT, one fast hour on CRN 1
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