Friday, May 14, 2010

5/14 Ray Trosper,John Wohlstetter,Wes Vernon

Talkback Fri May 14, 2010
Chuck Wilder Noon- 2 PM PDST

Ray Trosper Member American Legion Post 79 Riverside Ca. Served with the USMC , discussing the Veterans Memorial Cross, also HR Bill 1034 , A Nationally recognized Flag to honor all who have fallen in the line of duty in all wars ( He is also a proud member of The Patriot Guard Riders(

John Wohlstetter, Senior fellow at the Discovery Institute and editor of the blog Letter from the Capitol He says GOP should oppose Kagan for Supreme Court ; but not Filibuster.

Wes Vernon Washington Based Writer and Veteran Broadcast Journalist, Writes for Renew America ( His Article The midnight knock on the door: coming to America? Warning to Americans to guard your freedom of speech"

Rep Gary Miller has issued a statement about the LA City Council voting to Boycott Arizona , and how their actions are an insult to American Citizens and Legal Immigrants.
Here is my comment to Rep Gary Miller

Sir : Once again you have shown that you are a true American, thank you .When you look at the Main stream media reporting on this , you get :"Tough New Law " false it is The Federal Immigration Law, it's not new. The LA City council 13-1 vote "Many of our ancestors were immigrants" is that undocumented ?? is that why your interest lies with Mexico first? "LA is a immigrant City" Is it no longer an American City ??And the Mayor Villaragosa..all for a boycott "would he have to distant himself from his x gang members if he was against it??"

Chuck Wilder

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  1. OMG, Gov. Awwwwwnold just made a stupid comment about not coming to Az for a graduation speech because he might get sent back to Austria because of his accent. Guess he thought that was funny, much like the Prez comment of similar ilk (something about if you are Hispanic in Az and take your kids out for ice cream it might be “adios amigo.” How pathetic that they are adding to an already inflamed situation. We are truly a nation being led by morons.

    Then there is Janet saying her border policy is working. Huh? And the FBI saying they were NEVER worried about losing the NYC car bomb guy. Double huh? Hello, you LOST him and then he was ON a taxing plane heading for the runway!!! You were just damned lucky!

    Our “leaders” are as smart as the idiots who wanted to boycott Arizona Tea (based in NY with no connections to AZ other than the word in the title).


    Trinka Porrata

  2. Part of an EditoralMay 14, 2010 at 10:24 AM


    Attack On Desert Cross Like Desecrating a Gravesite
    By Kelly Shackelford
    The attack by vandals on the Mojave Desert War Memorial Cross is an outrage, akin to desecrating people’s graves.
    In the dark of night on Sunday, May 9, 2010, vandals stole through 1.6 million acres of desert and tore down the seven-foot-tall Mojave Desert War Memorial Cross, which has stood for more than 75 years honoring our nation’s war dead.
    Erected by WWI veterans in 1934, the monument was bolted and welded down atop of Sunrise Rock in the middle of the Mojave National Preserve.
    Although it has weathered many storms over the years – from vandals trying to tear it down to activist judges ordering it covered from view with a plastic tarp or, most recently, a plywood box, this latest attack is an outrage, akin to desecrating people’s graves.
    We will not rest until the Mojave Desert War Memorial Cross is reinstalled.
    Liberty Institute and our clients, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, The American Legion, Military Order of the Purple Heart, American Ex-Prisoners of War, and longtime memorial caretakers Henry and Wanda Sandoz will continue to fight for the right to honor America’s war heroes in the public square.
    Liberty Institute is offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person(s) responsible for vandalizing and tearing down this veterans memorial. Anyone with information relating to this case can leave a message on the 24-hour National Park Service Tip Line at 760.252.6120. Callers can also choose to remain anonymous.