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Saturday, March 30, 2013

Constitution Radio: Brian Zimmer, Coalition for Secure Driver's Licenses

After a monologue about Sons of Liberty Aleworks in Norco, California, and a rant about the decision by CIA Chief John Brennan to convert to Islam. . .

100th Episode of Constitution Radio! Guest Brian Zimmer Regarding Identification Cards in America

Listen to the 100th Episode of Constitution Radio with Douglas V. Gibbs. Listen live at 2:00 pm Pacific/5:00 Eastern on the AM Dial in Southern California at 1050 AM, or Online at KCAAradio.com. The podcast will be available after the program on our Podcast Page.

Today's Guest is Brian Zimmer, President of the Coalition for a Secure Driver's License (CSDL). Only 13 States meet REAL ID requirements, ID Fraud is rampant, and Driver's Licenses to Illegal Aliens is a growing threat. Mr. Zimmer will address all of these issues, and more, in our battle to preserve our standards regarding the security standards, and standards for issuance and production of identification in America.

Then the book of the week segment, and the Constitution QuestQuestion of the Week.

Followed by the. . .

5 Big Stories of the Week, March 30, 2013

Honorable Mention: North Dakota - Life begins at conception


Honorable Mention: Refuse to Stomp on Jesus, Get Suspended


5. European Union to Cyprus: Confiscate Bank Funds or Leave Euro


4. Rebels Gain Control of Central African Republic Capital


3. Gay Marriage, Republicans, Democrats, and the Supreme Court






2. North Korea: We are in a State of War




1. 100th Episode of Constitution Radio on KCAA!

Saturday, December 31, 2011

Constitution Radio on Anarchy, State Sovereignty, Occupy Wall Street, Democracy

Thoughts about Anarchy.

Nicholas Cage in the second National Treasure movie said that before Lincoln it was the United States "are", and after Lincoln it became the United States "is." Cage then says in the film that this was an indication that the nation had finally come together as one nation. Was he correct?

The Occupy Wall Street folks, like the protesters against Governor Walker in Wisconsin, claimed "This is what Democracy Looks Like!" What would the Founding Fathers think of that?

Plus, the 5 Big Stories of the Week. . . Killer Santa, Honor Killings by Muslims, Pro-Lifers versus Planned Parenthood, Russian Nuclear Submarine, Iran's long range missiles, and South Carolina's Voter ID Law.

And of course, last but not least, this week's Nuts and Nuggets.

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Constitution Radio Guest John P. McTernan, Author of As America Has Done To Israel

John P. McTernan is the author of "As America Has Done To Israel," and believes that how we treat Israel as a nation has a direct effect on what happens to our nation, including natural disasters.

I have invited Mr. McTernan to join Constitution Speaker Radio with Douglas V. Gibbs on the Political Pistachio Radio Network (KCAA, KCXL) so that we may address the topics of Jews in American History, the U.N. recognizing Palestine, the violence in the Middle East, Dearborn's Islamization, the Hollywood shooter that praised Allah as he calmly shot at motorists, the decision by officials to call the Fort Hood Massacre a case of "workplace violence," this administration's treatment of Israel, and of course how in his opinion it affects the United States from the point of view of God's Wrath.

After the interview, in the 5 Big Stories of the Weekend, JASmius and I will discuss the delay of the light bulb ban, the huge spending bill that just passed Congress in an attempt to "avert government shutdown," the Keystone Pipeline, the Internet Censorship Bill, and Tim Tebow.

A California Senator and a U.S. House of Representatives party leader bring to us today's Nuts and Nuggets.

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Constitution Radio John De Herrera Regarding Shakespeare, and Article V. Convention

John De Herrera joined Constitution Speaker radio to discuss the many tools we have available to us for taking back America. . . but the most important constitutional tool, according to John, is the Article V. Convention.

Then, in the 5 Big Stories of the Week:

5 Big Stories of the Week, December 17, 2011

Honorable Mention: GOP Debate of Fox News: They all sounded good, especially Newt. . . Except one of them, who came across a little crazy, a little zany - Ron Paul.

5. American Muslim television show loses advertisers

Lowes Pulls Ads from All American Muslim

California Senator Threatens Boycott of Lowes

Kayak.com Pulls Advertising From TLC All American Muslim television program

4. Hillary Clinton: 'Religious Beliefs' Are Standing in the Way of Protecting LGBT

3. Obama Ends the Iraq War

2. Communist China Under Fire

1. NTSB Recommends Full Ban of Cell Phones While Driving


Nuts and Nuggets

Nut: Ron Paul’s crazy opinion regarding Iran reveals itself in GOP Debate on Fox News:

Bret Baier: "Congressman Paul, many Middle East experts now say that Iran may be less than one year away from getting a nuclear weapon. Now, judging from your past statements, even if you had solid intelligence that Iran, in fact, was going to get a nuclear weapon, President Paul would remove the US sanctions on Iran, including those added by the Obama administration?"

PAUL: You know what I really fear about what's happening here? It's another Iraq coming! It is war propaganda going on, and we're arguing... To me the greatest danger is that we will have a president that will overreact, and we will soon bomb Iran -- and -- and the sentiment is very mixed. We ought to really sit back and think and not jump the gun and believe that we are going to be attacked. That's how we got into that useless war in Iraq and lost so much in Iraq.

Notice that Ron Paul didn't answer the question. So Bret Baier, after the applause by the Ron Paul crowd died down, said, "Congressman Paul, the question was based on the premise that you actually had solid intelligence as President Paul" that they got a nuke."

PAUL: Yes. Eh, eh, all we're doing is promoting their desire to have it. They are surrounded! They have a desire -- and how do we treat people when they have a nuclear weapon? With a lot more respect. What did we do with Libya? We talked to them, we talked them out of their nuclear weapon and then we killed him. So it makes more sense to work with people and the whole thing that nuclear weapons are loaded over there. Pakistan. India. Israel has 300 of 'em! We have our ships there. We gotta get it in a proper context!

BAIER: All right.

PAUL: We don't need another war.

Ron Paul’s "We don't need another war. We have enough!” opinion brings real concern. In principle I agree with him, but at what point do you realize the enemies really exist, and they really want to kill you, and you have to do something to make sure they don’t? Ron Paul is willing to let a nation like Iran, that has repeatedly indicated they wish to annihilate Israel, and a leader determined to bring chaos for the purpose of releasing the 12th Imam, act upon its nuclear ambitions unchecked because he thinks it is America’s fault that they want to bomb us. They hate us because they hate us. They hate us because we are not Muslim. We are the great Satan.

Nugget: Following Ron Paul’s insanity, Michele Bachman was asked if there was any circumstances, as president, where she would send US troops back into Iraq.

BACHMANN: With all due respect to Ron Paul, I think I have never heard a more dangerous answer for American security than the one that we just heard from Ron Paul. We know without a shadow of a doubt that Iran will take a nuclear weapon; they will use it to wipe our ally, Israel, off the face of the map; and they've stated they will use it against the United States of America. Look no further than the Iranian Constitution, which states unequivocally that their mission is to extend jihad across the world and eventually to set up a worldwide caliphate. We would be fools and knaves to ignore their purpose and their plan.”

She laid it on the line. Bachmann essentially called Ron Paul a lunatic. Ron Paul’s reply?

Nut: “To declare war on 1.2 billion Muslims and say all Muslims are the same, this is dangerous talk. Yeah, there are some radicals. But they don't come here to kill us because we're free and prosperous. Do they go to the Switzerland and Sweden?”

Actually, yes, Sweden is having a real problem with the Islamization of their country.

Ron Paul continued: “I mean that's absurd! What is the whole world about the drone being in Iran and we're begging and pleading and how we're gonna start a war to get this drone back? Why were we flying a drone over Iran? Why do we have to bomb so many countries? You're trying to dramatize this that we have to go and treat Iran like we've treated Iraq and kill a million Iraqis and 8,000-some Americans have died since we've gone to war. You cannot solve these problems with war!”

First of all, in the first Nut, Ron Paul said that Libya had a nuclear program. If that is the case, then why is it so hard for him to believe Iran has one? He also said that when you have a nuclear bomb that is when you're respected. Is he hoping that Iran gets the bomb so that we’ll respect on Ahmadinejad?

Sure. He’s all about talking. Ron’s not willing to take action if it is necessary, so he figures if Iran gets the bomb, we’ll talk to them rather than come in shooting it up like a cowboy. That’s what we did with the Soviets in the Cold War for 30 years, right? Iraq didn’t have nukes, so we went in. The USSR had the bomb, so we talked.

Reality dictates that madmen and dangerous ideologies eventually stop talking, and start shooting. So the question is, can we trust Ron Paul’s National Security positions to stop the enemy? Or is his, and Obama’s, attitude of talking the madmen down simply doing nothing to stop the inevitable?

Sunday, July 31, 2011

Constitution Radio on YouTube

This site will be changing.  No longer will it simply be videos, but You Tube videos of my AM Radio program on KCAA 1050 AM, KCAAradio.com.  Enjoy each of the shows.  You may learn more about the program at douglasvgibbs.com, and email me about the programs at constitutionspeaker at yahoo.com.

Monday, July 05, 2010

Adam Hood: Jesus Saved Me From Homosexuality

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Saturday, April 24, 2010

Reagan - From Actor to Great Statesman

1980 Republican Convention - Ronald Reagan Speech

Ronald Reagan on Socialism and Liberalism

President Reagan 1981 Inaugural Address

Reagan - "Rendezvous with Destiny"

Ronald Reagan's 40th Anniversary of D-Day speech

Tribute to Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan - Tear Down This Wall

Ronald Reagan's War in Word and Deed

Reagan Funeral Procession

Goodbye Mr. Reagan

Reagan Quotes

Conservative Anthem

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Slaughter Solution

In violation of the U.S. Constitution, Article I, Section 7, Clause 2. . .

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