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Saying No to Syrian Refugees

By Ed Hoffman With Veteran’s Day last week and the holidays coming, this is my last chance to talk about veterans concerns for a while, and how the presidential candidates are (or aren’t) addressing the needs of our veterans. As veterans advocate Sergeant Joey Jones shared on my show last …

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Honor Good People, Stop the Lies

By Ed Hoffman Last week, a 12-year-veteran of the San Bernardino Police Department was fatally struck by a drunk driver while driving his police vehicle. Officer Bryce Hanes was a 1993 graduate of San Bernardino High School, devoted husband, father of three and active member of a Redlands LDS church. …

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Boycott Tarantino

By Ed Hoffman As listeners of my radio program know, I’m a dedicated movie buff. While other radio hosts begin their shows with a signature song, I start mine with an audio clip from a feature film; I personally select each one, and it is always applicable to something we’ll …

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It’s Working for Trump

By Ed Hoffman Four months after Donald Trump entered the presidential race, he’s the undeniable Republican party frontrunner. No matter what he says (whether it’s insulting Carly Fiorina’s face last month or knocking Ben Carson’s chosen denomination of Christianity this week), he remains firmly in the lead. No matter what …

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Are We Going to Fall For It?

Ed Hoffman Last week, the President announced that he will keep nearly 10,000 U.S. troops in Afghanistan through most of next year, and then scale back to 5,500 when he leaves office in 2017. By doing this, Obama defaults on his promise to end the war on his watch, and …

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Democratic Debate Checklist

By Ed Hoffman Today is the Democratic presidential debate. Did you know that? I have a feeling that many people do not. Most Democrats are too busy watching sports and reality TV to pay attention to politics – and while Republicans tend to pay a great deal of attention, they …

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