DATE: February 9, 2006
Los Angeles, CA The Full Disclosure Network™ will feature three short Video Blogs on 43 cable television systems starting February 15, 2006. The Hot Topics covered in the video blog debates are:
- School Bond Vote Scam
- Right vs Left Journalism
- Concealed Weapon Permits?
This Video Blog Special program is moderated by Emmy Award winning host Leslie Dutton and features prominent officials and experts on the subjects addressed. Following the video the viewers are invited to participate in an interactive survey by either calling the 1-800-867-7777 Full Disclosure Town Hall (toll free) number orby going to the website at http://www.fulldisclosure.net/ where they can vote and post their comments or add information to the debate. These Video Blogs are currently featured on the website free “On Demand” 24/7.
Full Disclosure Network™ has been billed as “the news behind the news” for the past thirteen years. Cable channels and airtimes are posted on the website. A description of the video blog, guest and topics is listed below with a direct link to view it on the website.
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Full Disclosure™ VIDEO BLOG SPECIAL #7 PROGRAM #438
· Video Blog #15. (8:58 min) Left vs Right Journalism CBS veteran Murray Fromson debates Brent Bozell of the Conservative Media Research Center on Ethics in Journalism. Their contrasting views demonstrate the different political opinions held by each side.
Video Blog #14. (9:54 min) News Black-Out On School Bond Vote Scam L.A. School Board Member David Tokofsky spills the beans on how the District plans to spend
$4 Billion in School Bonds while Jon Coupal of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Assn. says he thinks it may be illegal to use the money that way.
· Video Blog #3 (4:56 min) Concealed Weapon Permits: Sheriffs Baca & Carona Debate Los Angeles County Sheriff Leroy Baca and Orange County Sheriff Mike Carona offer their contrasting and conflicting views on issuing CCWs (Concealed Weapon Permits) to citizens.
Clips used in the Full Disclosure™ video blogs are selected from full-length interviews that are featured on 43 cable television systems. Since 1992 guests have included most of the U. S. Attorneys General, Special Prosecutors and Independent Counsels involved in Presidential Investigations, as well as Police Chiefs, Sheriffs, Civil Rights lawyers and citizen activists, journalists and other government officials from local, State and Federal agencies.
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