|Douglas V. Gibbs, Constitution Radio, KMET 1490-AM and Beyond!|
|Local and national politics discussed through the lens of the Constitution, Saturdays at 1:00 pm Pacific. The program can be heard live worldwide on KMET1490.com, and the podcasts are available after the end of the program.|
The radio program will soon be available on the Liberty Tree Media Group.
As a pioneer of the Internet Radio industry, Douglas V. Gibbs has appeared on a variety of programs. Doug's radio debut was as a host with Wide Awakes Radio in 2006. February 24, 2007 Doug joined the BlogTalkRadio Network with his wife as co-host. After a few months, she dropped out of the show, but he remained on the air, developing a reputation for hard-hitting, honest conservative radio with a constitutional angle, and fantastic guests including names like Senator Jim Demint, FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe, Martin Luther King's niece Dr. Alveda King, Allen West, S.E. Cupp, Jerome Corsi, Ray Comfort, Orson Scott Card, Alan Keyes, and many others. His Political Pistachio Radio Revolution was a mainstay of Internet Radio until the final episode on July 31, 2011. The program was listened to by a massive audience around the world, and Doug decided to take the next step in his evolution as a radio host. On August 6, 2011 Doug moved his show to terrestrial radio at KCAA 1050 AM out of San Bernardino, California. Constitution Radio moved to KMET 1490 AM on May 2, 2015, and currently airs at 1:00 pm each Saturday on KMET. His Constitution Radio program combines news and commentary with the wisdom of the U.S. Constitution. Doug, however, kept one foot in the BlogTalkRadio world co-hosting American Daily Review, as well as hosting his own Constitution Study program. The American Daily Review association ended, unfortunately, in May of 2016. Doug also hosts, with a team from the Banning-Beaumont-Cherry Valley Tea Party, Conservative Voice Radio on KMET 1490AM which airs at 8:00 am on Saturdays.