Saturday, June 17, 2017

Constitution Radio: Stop Top Two Open Primary Act

Constitution Radio with Douglas V. Gibbs
KMET 1490-AM
Saturdays at 1:00 pm Pacific

In 2010 the California Primary rules were changed to a Top Two Candidate Open Primary system.  In the 2016 election, that system led to two Democrats on the ballot in many races, including the race for Senate, during the general election.  Conservatives have argued that if we are going to have any chance of breaking the Democrat Party grip on our legislature, it must begin by changing the devastating top two candidates primary system.

On today's program, Tom Palzer, the State Coordinator for will be my guest.  He will explain the effort to end the top 2 election nightmare.

Tune in sharply at 1:00 pm for the interview, and then stay tuned to listen to the information provided by Alex Ferguson, our resident commie hunter, and Dennis Jackson as we journey through the news and constitutional principles on Constitution Radio with Douglas V. Gibbs on KMET 1490-AM at 1:00 pm Pacific (live).  Catch the program online at KMET 1490-AM, or the podcast later on Sound Cloud.

Here's today's AllStar Collision Big Stories of the Week:
  • Republican Baseball Practice shooting

  • The Federal Courts Continue to Haunt President Trump
  • Military Accidents

  • Thoughts about the Comey Testimony

  • Mueller and the Special Search for a Crime

  • Constitution Corner: How did the Federal Government Originally Fund Itself

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