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You won't believe what Dinesh D'Souza had to say to Brooklyn GOP Radio in an EXCLUSIVE interview that we'll air Wednesday at 9PM!
Dinesh D’Souza has had a 25-year career as a writer, scholar, and public intellectual. A former policy analyst in the Reagan White House, D’Souza also served as John M. Olin Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and the Robert and Karen Rishwain Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. He served as the president of The King’s College in New York City from 2010 to 2012.
Called one of the “top young public-policy makers in the country” by Investor’s Business Daily, D’Souza quickly became known as a major influencer on public policy through his writings.
Most recently, D'Souza, the creator of 2016: Obama's America, has taken us on a journey of discovery that bringsyou face-to-face with the heroes who built America, in the times in which they lived, bled, and sacrificed in order to build a great nation: Christopher Columbus, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, and others. You'll be there as Columbus sets foot on American soil, as bullets whiz by in the acclaimed book-turned-film, America.
What he told us about his thoughts of Republican politics today will definitely get your attention! Tune in!
San Bernardino County Fire clearing flood damage after California storms.
Storm brings fast flooding to Redlands.
Other news today:
Man arrested on suspicion of child after tip from Google's Gmail.
The seven-part series on Route 66 moves into its homestretch with this week's episode on the Mother Road in California - and appropriately, it's the 66th episode of RTR! Jeremy will highlight the best places to stop and enjoy the scenery throughout the 316 miles of Historic 66 in California. From Amboy Crater to San Bernardino's Original McDonald's Resturant and the Santa Monica Pier, it's a trip that has to be experienced!
Later in the hour, Jeremy will be taking your questions in Travel Q&A, as well as more classic commercials from the Golden Age of radio in The Travel Archive and comedy On the Lighter Side.
It's another hour of roadtripping, travel, and fun on this week's edition of Road Trip Radio!
Brooklyn GOP Radio welcomed a friend of the show who will be discussing the latest on the crises in the Middle East - Van Hipp, Former Deputy Asst. Secretary of the Army under President George H.W. Bush.
In 1990, Van Hipp was sworn in as Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Reserve Forces and Mobilization). In this capacity, he served as the Army Secretariat’s “point man” for the successful mobilization, and then demobilization, of the Army’s reserve forces for Operation Desert Shield/Storm. Van is currently the Chairman of American Defense International, Inc. (ADI), a Washington, DC based consulting firm specializing in government affairs, business development and public relations who is an expert commentator on the War on Terror and has been a guest on virtually every major cable news network’s major news programming.
Plus, join Gene Berardelli and Russell Gallo on a tour of the week that was in political news, including the latest out of Ferguson, MO, the Quinnipiac poll that shows how polarizing Rev. Al Sharpton really is and the flap between Bill de Blasio and a law enforcement union over DNC 2016. Plus, a BIG announcement about the future of Brooklyn GOP Radio that is NOT to be missed?
Click-bait, much? You bet! But tune in anyways!
Redding, California, a city with a small town feel and a mecca for outdoor activity–hiking, climbing, boating, biking, swimming…the list goes on and on! The city of Redding sprang out of an area called “Poverty Flats,” and was first settled by early California pioneers. Hudson’s Bay Company trappers and members of the American Settlers passed through the site of Redding while traveling along the Siskiyou Trail.
This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg explores the largest city in the Shasta Cascade region and introduces guests such as Redding Historian Doni Chamberlain and State Park Superintendent Lori Martin.
(GOP) — They Could Change, But They Won’t
Thu Aug 7th, 2014 at 12:32:26 PM EST
Rand Paul lays down some truth:
“The party can’t become the opposite of what it is. If you tell people from Alabama, Mississippi or Georgia, ‘You know what, guys, we’ve been wrong, and we’re gonna be the pro-gay-marriage party,’ they’re either gonna stay home or — I mean, many of these people joined the Republican Party because of these social issues. So I don’t think we can completely flip.”
It’s really a choice. Does the GOP want to compete in states outside of the Deep South and make themselves into a viable national party that can win a presidential election?
The answer is ‘no.’
And, for now, this is a very good thing.
It appears many have forgotten there are more issues facing American than the ISIS issue.
Believe it, or not, There is still a "border crisis", there are primary elections going on around the country, and the GOP is making a strong push to take the Senate and keep the House.
in addition, the frontrunners likely to seek the GOP nomination for President are starting to make the "political rounds" to States with "influence".
Jump "In the Pickle Barrel" with us this morning 7AM-8:30AM as we take a look at these and other issues.
The Man. Is Back. Russell Gallo returns to Brooklyn GOP Radio!
Plus, scheduled to come on the show is Bob Antonacci, the attorney / CPA that is the Republican candidate for State Comptroller and the current Comptroller of Onondaga County here in New York. He'll be talking about his upcoming fundraiser at MCU Park, what exactly a Comptroller does and why you should care - a lot.
All that, plus we wanna know WHO YA GOT for this week's Buffoon of the Week!
Located in California’s Central Coast, Solvang in Santa Ynez Valley, is a cornucopia of outdoor activities, wine, and history. This week's Travel Today with Peter Greenberg podcast comes from the Old Mission Santa Ines in Solvang, a hamlet in the heart of the Santa Ynez Valley. We are joined by local Santa Barbara County Parks ranger and naturalist, Liz Gaspar, who discusses teaching children about nature and the surprises that she has encountered in the wilderness.
Also joining us this week is the Old Mission Santa Ines’ head docent, Paul Melancon, who shares the history of California’s Mission system and how he helped on the Apollo 13 rescue mission. Then, get ready to take to the skies with the president of the Santa Ynez Airport and owner of Santa Barbara Soaring, Shawn Knight. All this and more on this week's podcast from Solvang, Santa Ynez Valley, California.
Mendocino is a small town on the Pacific coast of Northern California (and we’re talking real Northern California, 150 miles north of San Francisco). Originally settled by Portuguese and Canton immigrants, it has become a haven of artistic expression and farm-to-table cuisine.
Many people recognize the landscape of the Mendocino area from movies and television programs. Murder, She Wrote filmed a number of episodes in Mendocino and the movie Same Time, Next Year takes place at the Heritage House Inn.
This week podcast comes from the beautiful Heritage House Resort in Mendocino, California. Guests include Mendocino Music Festival Co-Founder Allan Pollack and Executive Chef Fabrice Dubuc.
There seems to be some confusion over fireworks in California. Take Riverside County where consumer fireworks are illegal, except for five cities. It creates a situation where people purchase fireworks and take them to cities where they're illegal, an in the process they break serious laws. We'll explain the dilemma, and get your opinion.
Also in Riverside County some people in Murrieta are forcing buses of undocumented immigrants away from a Murrieta facility. The passengers were brought over from Texas for processing at Border Patrol station.
And we'll take your calls LIVE about the 4th of July.