Thursday, May 23, 2013

5/23 Raymond Herrera,Robin Hvidston,Jonathan Williams,Rees Lloyd,Ray Trosper, Eril Fleming

Talkback Thursday May 23, 2013
Chuck Wilder Noon - 2 PM PDST

Raymond Herrera President of We the People California’s' Crusader and Robin Hvidston  Events Director of We the People, California’s Crusader, a grassroots, all-volunteer network , seeking to influence - via activism - institutions of political corruption."Discussing the Rally for Memorial Day, and We The People's latest events"  (

Jonathan Williams   President & COO of *Pacific Battleship Center* Battleship IOWA. USS IOWA BB-61, 250 South Harbor Blvd. Berth 87 San Pedro, CA  90731 "This Memorial Day Veterans are FREE for the tour of The  Battleship of Presidents, Completed in 1943, the USS IOWA served our country for over 50 years. Designated the "World's Greatest Naval Ship" due to her big guns, heavy armor, fast speed, longevity and modernization, she kept pace with technology for more than 50 years"
(  (ph: 877-4-IOWA-61 (877-446-9261)

Rees Lloyd Longtime civil rights attorney and veterans activist whose work has been honored by, among others, the California Senate and Assembly, and numerous civil rights, workers rights, and veterans’ rights organizations. He has testified as a constitutional expert at hearings before the U.S. House and Senate representing The American Legion. Rees also writes for News With Views and World Net Daily.
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Also: Ray Trosper  When not concerning himself with Dan Kat Industries , he proudly rides and continues to serve our Country with the organization for the families of our Active Duty Troops and Fallen Veterans with the Patriot Guard Motorcycle Riders. Ray served with the USMC and after getting out decided to show his support and support for Veterans and the Military by putting on USO type shows, for their send off from California to Iraq and another show for their return, spending $100,000 plus, of his own money.
(   " Discussing the upcoming Memorial Day Holiday"  

L. Erik Fleming is a flight instructor and air traffic controller in Monterey, California. He is the author of Rolling Thunder, where he  explores the role and impact of aerial combat in the Vietnam War. Fleming's book shares its name with the most intense aerial bombardment campaign of the war."We're coming up on an important milestone this summer - what some would consider the 40th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War. Although U.S. ground forces had already been withdrawn, aerial bombing stopped on August 15, 1973"  ( and

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