Wednesday, November 24, 2004

POWER POLITICS, ILLEGALS & THE CARDINAL

Los Angeles, CA. Will Cardinal Roger Mahoney, the Catholic Church and public schools once again attempt to defeat a proposed ballot initiative to ban taxpayer benefits to illegal aliens?

When asked about power politics and the Catholic Church, Loyola Marymount University’s Fernando Guerra told the Full Disclosure cable and internet TV program “the Cardinal feels a responsibility, as do most of the Church hierarchy, that they have to educate their parishioners on what they believe are important issues” and he went on to say that while the Catholic Church, the Archdiocese, never directly spent money in the campaign against Proposition 187 (1994) they do utilize their resources to try to mobilize Catholics in general and Latinos specifically.

In this part two of an interview with former State Senator Dick Mountjoy, the author of the Save Our License Constitutional Amendment initiative, he generally disagreed with Guerra. “I don’t believe the Catholic Church is going to mobilize thousands of people and have them believe that we ought to let people flood in here from around the world illegally.” “This is a matter of their pocketbook. This is a matter of survival, a matter of competing with those illegally here for jobs.” Mountjoy said.

In this interview with Emmy Award winning host Leslie Dutton, Senator Mountjoy reacted to video clips from a previous interview with Dr. Fernando Guerra who serves as Director of the Center for the Studies of Los Angeles at Loyola Marymount University.

Full Disclosure interviews over the past twelve years have documented the frustration and confusion of local officials over conflicting local and federal policies impacting illegal immigrants.

This part one of the program is set to air world-wide on the Internet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week starting on Monday, November 29, 2004 on the website at http://www.fulldisclosure.net

THIS FULL DISCLOSURE PROGRAM CAN BE VIEWED IN THREE DIFFERENT WAYS:

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2.) The program will also be featured on 40 cable systems throughout California for the next six months. (Refer to our online Channel Guide for details and broadcast times. A cable channel guide with airtimes is available on our website by clicking on the following link: Cable Channel Guide)

3.) PURCHASE our programs in the most popular formats of DVD, VHS, Audio and Transcript by clicking on this link to visit our online Media Store. Full Disclosure host Leslie Dutton has been conducting interviews for the past twelve years with local, state and national law enforcement officials in order to inform the public on critical police policies and procedures.

Thursday, November 11, 2004

STOP TAXPAYER BENEFITS FOR ILLEGALS?



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 both Mountjoy and Larry Flynt, publisher Hustler Magazine opposed illegal immigration while Nativo Lopez and Xavier Reyes, immigrant rights activists defended.

Larry Flynt told Full Disclosure “Illegal Immigration has been a huge drain on this State forever and each administration gives it lip service but nobody does anything about it.” Flynt says that benefits such as Medicare and other services are provided to illegals while the border is wide open and nobody is doing anything. He says the Federal Government should get in there and close that border..

Mountjoy tells Emmy Award winning Full Disclosure host Leslie Dutton that unlike Proposition 187 which was overwhelmingly approved by the voters ten years ago, Federal and State judges and the Legislature will not be able to “tinker” with his new initiative without a vote of the people.

Full Disclosure interviews over the past twelve years have documented the frustration and confusion of local officials over conflicting local and federal policies impacting illegal immigrants.

This part one of the program is set to air world-wide on the Internet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week starting on Monday, November 15, 2004 on the website at http://www.fulldisclosure.net

THIS FULL DISCLOSURE PROGRAM CAN BE VIEWED IN THREE DIFFERENT WAYS:

1.) For the first 30 days our full streaming video program will be provided to viewers FREE on our website at www.fulldisclosure.net as a public service.

2.)The program will also be featured on 40 cable systems throughout California for the next six months. (Refer to our online Channel Guide for details and broadcast times. A cable channel guide with airtimes is available on our website by clicking on the following link: Cable Channel Guide)

3.) PURCHASE our programs in the most popular formats of DVD, VHS, Audio and Transcript by clicking on this link to visit our online Media Store. Full Disclosure host Leslie Dutton has been conducting interviews for the past twelve years with local, state and national law enforcement officials in order to inform the public on critical police policies and procedures.

Friday, November 05, 2004

PHONY SAMPLE BALLOTS & PAID ENDORSEMENTS CONFUSE VOTERS


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 sample ballots sent out by California Congresswoman Maxine Waters which were prepared by a “for profit” slate card mailing operator, in an attempt to deceive voters. UCLA Law Professor Dan Lowenstein countered, saying that oppressive campaign laws were trying to discredit the mailings. He scoffed that if imitating an Official Sample Ballot is a problem, then it should be made illegal.

If you take away the deceptiveness of a slate card, you take away the
effectiveness of a slate card
” said Senator Dick Mountjoy (ret). Mountjoy cited the deceptive mailers targeting senior citizens in his Southern California district. He said the slate cards mailings used his image and name to falsely imply that he had endorsed the candidates. In fact the candidates had paid for the false endorsements.

This part two of the debate moderated by Leslie Dutton on the Emmy Award winning Full Disclosure was originally videotaped in 1998 and is set to air world-wide on the Internet 24 hours a day, seven days a week starting on Monday, Nov 8, 2004

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1.) For the first 30 days our full streaming video program will be provided to viewers FREE on our website at www.fulldisclosure.net as a public service.

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Over the past twelve years Full Disclosure has produced series of programs involving campaign irregularities, voter registration and election fraud. See our special series on this and other Hot Topics by clicking on our link titled "Voter Fraud" at www.fulldisclosure.net.