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Political Corruption

January 29, 2005One Comment

Los Angeles, CA Prominent Internet bloggers traded counter punches on the CBS report recently released on the Dan Rather fake documents scandal on this part two of a Full Disclosure special program. At issue was whether or not the report, written by former U. S. Attorney General Dick Thornburgh, should have concluded whether the documents […]

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November 11, 20042 Comments

Los Angeles, CA — The pros and cons of a proposed initiative to ban California Drivers Licenses and taxpayer benefits to illegal immigrants is the topic of this part one of a two-part Full Disclosure program featuring former State Senator Dick Mountjoy author of a the Save Our License Constitutional Amendment initiative. On this program […]

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August 12, 2004No Comments

With nearly 40 years experience, former Police Chief and current L. A. City Councilman Bernard Parks comments on the most corrupt mayoral administration since the era of recalled Mayor Shaw. In a two-part interview with Leslie Dutton Parks commented on the Federal and County Grand Jury investigations of corruption in the current administration of Mayor […]

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March 12, 2004One Comment

According to LA County DA Steve Cooley, Los Angeles has a long history of corruption, and because his office is doing such a good job prosecuting corruption, it appears that we still have a lot of it. Asked why the three strikes law is not applied to illegal aliens who are arrested, convicted and deported […]

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June 19, 1998One Comment

PROGRAM # 239 FROM THE FULL DISCLOSURE ARCHIVES GUESTS: Craig Holman, Center for Governmental Studies Senator Dick Mountjoy, (R.-Monrovia) Daniel Lowenstein, UCLA Professor of Law Date videotaped: June 19, 1998 Los Angeles, CA. In this part two of the Full Disclosure cable and Internet TV program, Craig Holman of the Center for Governmental Studies exposed phony […]

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June 19, 19982 Comments

Los Angeles, CA. According to Craig Holman, of the Center for Governmental Studies and retired California Senator Dick Mountjoy (R.-Monrovia) “for profit” slate card campaign mailers are deceiving voters with phony endorsements that have been bought and paid for by the very people purportedly endorsed. In this part one of a two part debate on […]

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