-------------------- Douglas V. Gibbs --------------------
MORE ABOUT DOUG:
After serving in the United States Navy, Douglas V. Gibbs purchased his home in Murrieta, California during the Spring of 1989. An Inland Empire resident since 1978, Doug has watched what was once Rancho California grow from an area of rolling hills and ranches to the two cities of Temecula and Murrieta.
Doug has spent most of his life's journey involved in the political scene, primarily as a writer, and political activist. He hosts Constitution Radio on KCAA 1050 AM in Southern California, and co-hosts a number of Internet radio shows with over a thousand episodes under his belt. In addition to being a political commentator, Doug has been the Senior Editor at American Daily Review. He is a publisher and the senior editor for the Constitution Association Press, which includes the Constitution News Weekly alternative newspaper, and Little Lessons Constitution Study Materials.
Doug is currently a columnist for publications and websites including The Murrieta Patch, The Central Idaho Post, Canada Free Press, Conservative Crusader, Conservative Action Alerts, and The Examiner. He is also a member of the “American Authors Association”, the “Committee of Concerned Journalists” and “The Military Writers Society of America.” He received the Golden Anchor Award for his patriotic commentary in 2008.
Doug launched his well renowned "Political Pistachio" website in 2006 after deciding to "make a name for himself" in order to assist him in his efforts to become a published writer. This decision followed an attempt to have one of his books published, with the assistance of his literary agent, in 2005, which was met with rejections not because the work failed to meet standards, but because as a writer, Doug was still an unknown.
During his journey, Doug has built an Internet following including his various Internet radio programs, his KCAA radio program, and his writings that are literally all over the Internet. In 2008, he became involved in the Clay Thibodeau campaign that aimed to defeat Mary Bono Mack, and during that time met a number of folks involved in the local Tea Party movement. From there, his Tea Party involvement has grown beyond the locality of the Temecula Valley.
He was an active member of the Tea Party Patriots, operates a Constitution Booth at local Tea Party events, Constitution Faire events, as well as other local events. At political events around Southern California he has spoken on stage a number of times regarding the Constitution, and is currently growing his list of public speaking experiences. Doug lectures on the U.S. Constitution on Thursday Nights in Temecula, with future classes planned for Chino, Lake Elsinore, Murrieta and Menifee, and has been asked to host Constitution Classes at various churches and organizations. He is a family man, married 29 years to his high school sweetheart. He is the father of two adult children, and has six grandchildren. Doug is a proud United States Navy veteran.
Douglas V. Gibbs is a Constitutionalist, meaning that he supports the limiting principles wisely provided to us by the Founding Fathers of this great nation as writers of the United States Constitution.
Interview of Douglas V. Gibbs on KNTH AM 1070 in Houston, Texas on the Price of Business program, October 14, 2011.
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