Obviously, she's Hannah Montana no more. Quite the performance by Miley Cyrus last night. I know she is trying to separate herself from the Disney image, but I don't take any gratification in seeing a 13-year old bump and grind. Most of our listeners aren't into it either.
How does Miley Cyrus top this? She stopped just short of taking off her clothes. I don't see Selena Gomez going the Miley route, but you never know.
I've been saying for a while, I don't like to divide our country by calling us this-Americans, or that-Americans. Apparently, Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal agrees with me.
Still waiting to see what exactly the consequences are for crossing the red line. Middle East expert Raymond Ibrahim joined the show. We agreed that Obama's record on dealing with these Middle East countries is poor. He also pointed out the terrible treatment of Christians and secular Muslims in these countries, yet we support those who burn down churches.
He also says most of the "freedom fighters" in Syria are not even from there. They congregate from other areas as a hope to overthrow a government and plot terrorist acts.
State Sen. Andy Vidak (R-Hanford) thinks the people should re-vote for high speed rail. The cost projections are way over what voters initially approved of. We were promised $50 a ticket; it's now $100. Before, the time estimate from Sacramento to Los Angeles was three hours. Now, no one has a straight answer. If we do build this high speed rail, it will bankrupt this state.
Now, Sen. Dianne Feinsten is having reservations on the NSA.
We spoke with congressman Devin Nunes to talk about NSA and more. He was recently on a trip visiting troops in southeast Asia, but could not comment specifically where.
Regarding Syria, he believes that the Assad regime is using chemical weapons. He is not sure if they are the only ones. He is hesitant to engage in a full out battle with the Syrians, though.
When asked about NSA, he says any security breaches were accidental.
California Assemblyman Travis Allen (R-Huntington Beach) joined the show from Sacramento. He has a proposed resolution asking the federal government to stop using the NSA to spy on innocent citizens. He believes in personal freedom and 4th amendment rights.
Regarding Andy Vidak's high speed rail, Allen dislikes the current estimates, and thinks it costs too much for something it doesn't really need. We would be better off exploring for oil.
Allen is also fighting for the right of beach goers in Orange County to use bonfires. It is a bipartisan effort to preserve this age-old tradition.
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