Archive for January, 2012

Tune in tonight (2012-1-26)

I’ll be the guest on Christopher Maider’s radio show “The Meat & Potatoes Show,” tonight. It’s conservative talk radio in Worcester, Massachusetts, at midnight Eastern time. Tune in to 91.3 FM if you’re in or near Worcester, or listen on the Internet at www.wcuw.org. That’s midnight Eastern time, 9:00 p.m. Pacific. Tune in, it will [...]

Campaign diary: So not kosher (2012-1-26)

As you know if you read America Wants to Know regularly, the writer of this blog is running for Congress in California’s 30th District, the west and south San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles. This is the district where longtime Democratic incumbents Brad Sherman and Howard Berman are running against each other, thanks to [...]

The sad story of SOPA (2012-1-19)

For anyone who creates content, on a large scale or a small scale, there is nothing more frustrating than trying to get paid for it.
At one time, content creators — who used to be known as writers, actors, directors, songwriters, musicians and sometimes producers — would struggle and struggle until finally they sold something or [...]

Town Hall video clips (2012-1-12)

Just in case you’d like to see some clips of yours truly in last week’s 30th Congressional District Town Hall debate, sponsored by the Woodland Hills-Tarzana Chamber of Commerce and held at the Westfield Promenade Mall, here they are.
These clips show my opening statement and my answer to the first question of the evening. [...]

Iran, Israel, Ron Paul and me (2012-1-7)

At the 30th congressional district Town Hall forum in Woodland Hills on Thursday night, I was asked if I would support a pre-emptive strike by Israel against Iranian nuclear facilities.
I answered that I would support an Israeli pre-emptive strike.
One of my friends from the Republican Liberty Caucus sent a note asking me about [...]

The first Town Hall debate in the 30th Congressional District (2012-1-7)

My thanks to everyone who called or e-mailed with the same question after seeing the news coverage of the 30th congressional district Town Hall debate Thursday night at Westfield’s Promenade mall in Woodland Hills.
I am standing.

Now you all have the same question again.
Five feet even.
A long time ago I worked with a woman from Paris [...]

Leave Google alone (2012-1-1)

To everyone who thinks Google is succeeding because it is using some kind of illegal monopoly powers to crush its competition, here’s something that ought to change your mind.
A cousin sent me a text on New Year’s Eve, in Spanish. Even though I knew what it said, I decided to type the words into an [...]