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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:
- Recent killing of Mexican teen, Sergio Adrian Hernandez Huereka by U.S. border patrol agent on the border between Juarez and El Paso: Excessive use of force or justified?
- USC’s “Walk of Shame.”
- Are feds’ water cutoffs to help Delta smelt unconstitutional?
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.
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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