Wednesday, October 13, 2010

10/14 Howard Wooldridge,Ralph Reed,Dr Eric Novack,David North

Talkback Thu Oct 14, 2010
Chuck Wilder Noon - 2 PM PDST

Howard Wooldridge Writer and spokesperson for COP The mission of COP is to reduce the multitude of unintended harmful consequences resulting from fighting the war on drugs and to lessen the incidence of death, disease, crime, and addiction by ultimately ending drug prohibition.( )

Ralph Reed Author: The Confirmation , a novel that unveils political corruption in the process to replace a Supreme Court Justice.Also today discussing the parallels between the Christian Coalition and the Tea party movement. Reed was also the author of Dark Horse. (

Dr Eric Novack chairman of the U.S. Health Freedom Coalition and chairman of Arizonans for Health Care Freedom. Dr Novack is an orthopedic surgeon, he wrote the Healthcare Freedom Act, which helps states to stop the individual mandate of Obamacare from taking effect.
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David North Center For Immigration Studies, former Assistant to the U.S. Secretary of labor. His recent articles "Denying License Plates to Illegals, Too and Why Can't Immigration Statistics Be More Like Baseball Statistics?(

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  1. The American Legion should be supported in this call for action:

    Legion to President: Appeal DADT court decision

    INDIANAPOLIS (Oct. 14, 2010) – As the board of directors of The American Legion met in Indianapolis, its national commander called on President Obama to immediately appeal the ruling from U.S. District Judge Virginia Phillips in Riverside, Calif., that would “immediately suspend and discontinue any investigation, or discharge, separation or other proceeding that may have been commenced” under Don’t Ask; Don’t Tell.
    “Consistent with our long-standing policy of allowing the military to police its own requirements and standards for service, The American Legion requests you appeal this decision and seek a stay on the current injunction,” National Commander Jimmie L. Foster wrote in a letter to the White House. “No action by a single federal judge should obviate the policy of Don’t Ask; Don’t Tell before the Department of Defense completes its review.”
    In meetings held in May, the organization passed a resolution urging Congress not to take any action that would alter the Department of Defense policy of DADT before it had a chance to complete the review.
    “For an unelected judge with lifetime tenure to issue such a ruling while the military was in the process of surveying its troops on the impact of such a policy change is outrageous,” Foster said. “She is basically saying that she knows more than our military leadership, our Congress and our elected commander in chief.”
    The Dept. of Defense has always established fitness for duty criteria and standards of conduct consistent with the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
    “Our military is engaged in two wars,” he added. “Military commanders have much more important issues to deal with. This is not about politics. It’s about doing what’s best for our troops and not distracting from the war effort. Our military should not be micro-managed by judicial edicts.”

  2. Fantastic guest Dr Novack and David North, what an interesting talk on the plates.You are right the Cop can't see in an illeagal's wallet .
    Enjoy all your Guest.I listen at work and sometimes my desk becomes the hang out spot.