Opening Segment: In Murrieta, California over 500 illegal aliens are being released on the streets per week. The same is happening in Arizona, Texas and Oklahoma. Is it a coincidence that undocumented democrats are being imported, and dropped into conservative areas?
Today we will begin the Constitution Radio with Douglas V. Gibbs program with this topic, and we will have on the program Murrieta City Council member Harry Ramos to comment on this topic.
After the radio program today we will be in Temecula at the Duck Pond on Rancho California Road and Ynez at a protest rally against Illegal Aliens being imported into our communities. The rally is from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
Last Tuesday we had a protest in front of the Border Patrol Station in Murrieta, and we are doing it again on Sunday. Revisit Political Pistachio tomorrow for the details, or email me at constitutionspeaker at yahoo.com.
Then Ben Carson for President group representatives will join the show to discuss their efforts. Will Ben Carson in the mix be enough to shake up America enough to break their addiction on government dependency?
After the opening segment regarding undocumented democrats, the Book of the Week will be regarding an important piece of work published in 1888 that takes aim at the Pennsylvania Ratifying Convention in 1787-1788. Then we will discuss the Constitution Quest Question of the Week, and finally the. . .
5 Big Stories of the Week, June 28, 2014
Honorable Mention: ISIS, the terrorists that even scare al-Qaeda
Honorable Mention: IRS Smugness
Honorable Mention: Scott Walker not charged, after public announcement he would be
5. Found! Bush’s Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq. . .
4. Mexico’s Act of War Against the United States
3. Mississippi Tea Party Burning
JASmius wrote: The thing to take away from the Cochran-McDaniel runoff election is that Chris McDaniel won a majority of the GOP vote. Given that this was a GOP primary, it stands to reason that only Republicans should have been eligible to cast ballots in it, yes? But noooooo, it was an "open" primary in which Democrats could vote as well. Not surprisingly, they exploited this opportunity to stick Republicans with the senatorial nominee they didn't want. Just exactly how is that either just or rational?
A listener to the KCAA show says that closed primaries are unconstitutional based on the 24th Amendment. He’s wrong. He also says that closed primaries are a tool to shut out conservatives by the establishment, but this primary proved the opposite.
1. Obama Mocks The Rule of Law