Douglas V. Gibbs:  Radio Host, Author, Political Activist, Public Speaker, Constitutional Instructor, Patriotic American. . . 

Doug has been an AM Radio Host at KCAA since 2011, and has been a contributor on Fox News, One America News, and Al Jazeera America.  In 2015 Doug added KMET 1490AM to his list of radio stations that also includes Kansas City, Missouri and Youngstown, Ohio.  As an award winning blogger, and community advocate in the Inland Empire, his commentary as a guest on radio and television, and as a public speaker, is in high demand.  Learn more on his Bio Page.
Political Pistachio, Doug's political blog since 2006, is on its way to two million visits averaging over a thousand hits daily.  In 2008, Political Pistachio received the Golden Anchor Award for Doug's blistering patriotic commentary, and in 2014 Doug received a Certificate of Appreciation from the California State Senate for his local efforts regarding educating the public about the principles and philosophies of the United States Constitution.  Currently, along with Doug, JASmius writes on Political Pistachio daily, providing up to date news and commentary for conservative readers seeking information on the issues through the lens of the United States Constitution.  Other writers are climbing on board the Starship Pistachio, including, but not limited to, Alex Ferguson and Suzanne St. John Rombach.  Visit Doug's blog at the PoliticalPistachio.com.
Douglas V. Gibbs currently teaches two Constitution Classes, one in Temecula, and another in Corona, California.  He also hosts 16 hour classes throughout Southern California (8 two-hour sessions) with a minimum 25 student requirement.  The class in Temecula is held at Faith Armory off of Winchester Road, and the one in Corona is in the upstairs classroom at AllStar Collision just off the Main Street exit along the 91 Freeway.  The classes are based on handouts he gives during each session, which can also be purchased in a book Doug has available called The Basic Constitution: An Examination of the Principles and Philosophies of the United States Constitution.  Learn more about Doug's Classes HERE.
Douglas V. Gibbs is a part of a number of organizations, from his own Constitution Association, to a large number of other groups.  The Constitution Association exists for educating the public about the Constitution, and bringing about the restoration of the republic using a number of tools, including a convention strategy called "Republic Review."  In addition to the Constitution Association, Doug is an active member of the California Republican Assembly (Murrieta-Temecula Republican Assembly Board Member), Unite I.E. patriot coalition, the American Authors Association, the Committee of Concerned Journalists (ceased operations in 2011), and the Military Writers Society of America.  You can learn more about the Constitution Association on the group's website.
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On the air, Doug is surrounded by an exceptional cast of characters.  JASmius has been the stalwart co-host and guest host for the Constitution Radio program on KCAA 1050AM since the show's launch in August of 2011, and a tireless staff writer at Political Pistachio.  JASmius is also the man behind the mike, and board, at American Daily Review, and Hard Starboard Radio.  Alex Ferguson joins Doug at the KCAA studio in San Bernardino each and every episode, as well as participating in many of Doug's other endeavors, driving in from Los Angeles County to do so.  Alex's dedication to the cause of restoring the republic is unmatched by few.  Other writers and behind the scenes folks are emerging with each passing day.  Learn about the Team on the TEAM Page.
Douglas V. Gibbs is America's Authority on the United States Constitution, and he speaks at a wide range of events to spread his message.  In addition to radio and television, Doug has delivered presentations regarding the Constitution nationwide, with a recent speech delivered in Anaheim, California for the California Federation of Republican Women's luncheon/meeting in front of nearly 200 members.  Doug's speeches range from Constitution 101, to specific topics, including but not limited to, The Federal Reserve, State Sovereignty, Abortion, Legislative Powers, The Presidency, An Activist Court System, Understanding the Language of the Constitution, and A Well Regulated Militia.  Doug has participated in both indoor and outdoor events, from Tea Parties to Republican Clubs to Fairs, Forums, Conferences and Luncheons.  Doug also offers seminars ranging from 6 hours to 16 hour events.  Learn more about the Seminars and Classes at his Constitution Education page.  You can also visit Doug's "Public Speaking" page right here on this website, or check out information on some of his past events.
The Schedule for Douglas V. Gibbs is always full, and you can participate in listening to his radio programs, attending his classes, joining his Constitution Association patriot group, or attending one of his presentations.  The schedule of upcoming events is constantly changing, so visit the Upcoming Events Page often to keep up with what's coming up.  There are a few things on his calendar, however, that rarely change.  He hosts Constitution Radio on KCAA every Saturday at 2:00 pm Pacific, Conservative Voice Radio on KMET every Saturday at 8:00 am, American Daily Review every Saturday at Noon, and Constitution Study Radio on Sundays at 9:00 am.  Doug's Constitution Classes in Temecula and Corona also have set schedules, on Thursday Nights and 6:30 pm, and Tuesday Nights at 6:00 pm, respectively.  A schedule of upcoming Constitution Association meetings and advocacy events can be found at the Constitution Association Upcoming Events page.
Douglas V. Gibbs is an accomplished author, with three books hitting the market in 2014.  Currently, titles by Douglas V. Gibbs includes 25 Myths of the United States Constitution, The Basic Constitution: An Examination of the Principles and Philosophies of the United States Constitution, and Silenced Screams: Abortion in a Virtuous Society.  Other titles planned are "The U.S. Constitution for Beginners," "A Patriots Guide Through the U.S. Constitution: Essays," "A Tyrant's Guide to Killing Liberty," and "25 Myths of the Republican Party."  In addition to his own books, Doug also recommends a number of titles.  Learn more about the books Doug recommends on his Recommended Reading page.  Learn more about Doug's own books on his Books Page.
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