Monday, September 23, 2013

9/23 Clayton Cramer,Kimberly Dvorak,Janice Kephart,Jonathan Emord

Talkback Monday 23 Sept  2013 
Chuck Wilder Noon - 2 PM PDST

Clayton Cramer, Mental Health and Gun Rights Expert and Author of 'My Brother Ron: A Personal and Social History of the Deinstitutionalization of the Mentally Ill also Firing Back: A Clear, Simple Guide to Defending Your Constitutional Right to Bear Arms' Clayton is an Adjunct Lecturer in History at College of Western Idaho. Other books include: Concealed Weapon Laws of the Early Republic and  For the Defense of Themselves and the State. His work has been cited in decisions by the US Supreme Court, numerous state Supreme Courts and US Appellate Courts."The DC Shooting"   (

Kimberly Dvorak National Homeland Security correspondent. For the San Diego County Political Buzz Examiner. She also writes for Human Events and the Washington Guardian. Correspondent for CW News 6 in San Diego.  She has covered local, national and international news stories for more than 15 years. "Her article:Journalists' Shield Laws Are a Constitutional Privilege, also more on the DC shooting"  (

Janice Kephart, the Center for Immigration Studies National Security Policy Director. Special Counsel for the Senate Judiciary Committee.  Janice  is a former 9/11 Commission counsel and an expert witness in Havlish v. Iran. She has four mini-documentaries on Illegal Immigration, posted at ("Discussing her report: Biometric Exit-Tracking Feasible Immediately" (   (  (

Jonathan W. Emord is an attorney who practices constitutional and administrative law before the federal courts and agencies. He has defeated the FDA in federal court a remarkable eight times, seven on First Amendment grounds, and is the author of Amazon bestsellers The Rise of Tyranny, and Global Censorship of Health Information.His latest book is "Restore the Republic"  He is also the American Justice columnist for U.S.A. Today Magazine, and writes for News With Views.Com "How the Feds Have Turned Forests into Tinderboxes"    ( (

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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said yesterday  that there isn’t a single thing the government can afford to cut from its budget: “[T]he cupboard is bare. There’s no more cuts to make. It’s really important that people understand that.”
Just off the top of my head, here are a dozen things the government could’ve cut to save the taxpayers some money:

  1. We  spent $7.2 million to put more sand on Coney Island.
  2. It’s almost embarrassing that government thought “ cigarette-monitoring underwear” was worth the $400,000 investment.
  3. Let’s not forget the  $45,000 government spent to market bloody Mary mix – and $213,000 spent on a Virginia farm to make more strawberry flavored ice cream and jellies.
  4. Last March,  the federal government doled out $1.18 million for puppets.
  5. Can someone ask the Department of Defense  if the $31,000 contract an oil painting of former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta was necessary?
  6. We cannot forget the First Family’s African outing, which cost taxpayers up to $100 million.
  7. Concerning fueling our national defense, we’re paying  $59/gallon on “green” jet fuel.  By the way, this contract was signed amidst sequestration.  Additionally, regular jet fuel costs about $3.73 per gallon. 
  8. Concerning the bottomless hole known as green jobs,  we’ve spent $21 billion to create 28,854 jobs! That’s nearly $728,000 a job.
  9. Did we have to spend  $81,000 on televisions for Gitmo detainees while civilian workers got furloughed?
  10. Also, how can we forget the  $25,000 study that sought to link childhood obesity to fatty, sugar-filled foods?
  11. Someone needs to ask if the $556,000 HHS spent on LGBT mental health training for medical students was necessary.
  12. Lastly, there’s Obamacare.  It's costing us over a trillion dollars, and there’s more than enough places to trim, cut, or refine. After all, the new law hasn’t been undergoing the smoothest of transitions into becoming fully functional.


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