High Desert Chapter General Meeting
Thursday July 17, 2014 @ 6:00PM to 8:00PM
Yucca Valley Community Center
57090 Twenty-nine Palms Hwy, Yucca Valley, CA
Speaker: Guest speaker Douglas V. Gibbs. Douglas V. Gibbs is a Radio Host in Southern California. His radio program, Constitution Radio with Douglas V. Gibbs, currently airs on Saturdays at 2:00 pm Pacific Time on KCAA 1050 AM. He also co-hosts American Daily Review Radio on BlogTalkRadio on Saturdays at Noon Pacific Time and hosts Constitution Study Radio on BlogTalkRadio on Sunday Mornings. In addition to being a longtime radio host, Doug is also a conservative political activist, writer, publisher, and commentator. Doug is the author of the book "25 Myths of the United States Constitution," founder of the award winning Political Pistachio website, and a free lance newspaper columnist for the Murrieta Patch and The Central Idaho Post. He writes for and publishes the Constitution News Quarterly news periodical, and also writes for Canada Free Press, Conservative Crusader, Conservative Action Alerts, Conservative Network News, Christian Response Alerts, Flash Point 2016, Before It's News, Insight on Freedom, Omega Dispatch, and The Examiner. He has been featured on the American Family Association's OneNewsNow news portal a number of times. Doug is a member of the California Republican Assembly, "Unite Inland Empire" patriot group coalition, 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, and was a candidate for his local Murrieta City Council in 2010. Doug organized, and operates the Constitution Association, is on the board of the Murrieta/Temecula Republican Assembly, and is the president, and senior editor for his publishing company, the Constitution Association Press. He is an active political advocate, manning a Constitution Booth at various events, is a public speaker on the U.S. Constitution, and teaches classes on the U.S. Constitution in Temecula and Corona. Doug is a family man, married 30 years to his high school sweetheart. He is the father of two and has six grandchildren. Doug is a proud United States Navy veteran.
Douglas V. Gibbs believes that the government's role should be limited to only the necessary functions granted to it. In the case of the Federal Government, those authorities are enumerated in the U.S. Constitution. The more government is involved in our lives, the less liberty we have.