Today, J.D. Hayworth keeps Bill Manders' seat warm
What a tragedy up in the hills at Dunlap with the lion tragedy.
What is the fascination with these big animals? It's an interest that transcends personal safety. Many listeners called in with their personal experiences either working with or visiting these animals up close. Most offer the advice of respect the animals and watch your back.
This tragedy is eliciting an alphabet soup of government agencies investigating what happened. This seems to be so inefficient. No wonder why we are in debt.
Lots of talk about Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) and his filibuster.
While I agree with the prohibition of domestic drone strikes, I am not in line with not using on enemy combatants overseas.
One California assemblyman, Steve Fox (D-Palmdale) is hoping to make California the drone manufacturing mecca. Ironic for a democrat, supporting drones.
Even at Fresno State, there is a debate brewing in the student legislature regarding drone usage. Neil O'Brien (a familiar name for his activism and getting into trouble for it) proposed a bill in the student senate to ban drones for law enforcement purposes.
I admire what he is doing. The fourth and fifth amendments are important, as well as our (assumed) right to privacy.
Watch out Pismo Beach party goers. The police are willing to throw out the fourth amendment (search and seizure)...
This is J.D. I'll be back tomorrow, keeping up with Bill's show. You can still e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org