Full Disclosure Network® "Reality News" Features Special Series Covering Hot Topic Video Blogs on Cable TV and Internet

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Full Disclosure Network®, The only "Reality News" tv program , is set to debut a special two-part cable tv series featuring six Hot Topic Video News Blogs on 45 cable channels starting March 30, 2008. Known as "the news behind the news" the Full Disclosure Network series feature national and local authorities who hold strong opinions on the issues addressed and in which they are directly involved and knowledgeable.

Full Disclosure Network®, The only "Reality News" tv program , is set to debut a special two-part cable tv series featuring six Hot Topic Video News Blogs on 45 cable channels starting March 30, 2008. The Full Disclosure Network® series features national and local authorities who hold strong opinions on the issues addressed and in which they are directly involved and knowledgeable.

Who Is Full Disclosure®? "The News Behind The News":
Since 1992 the Full Disclosure Network® has been produced by Emmy Award winning host Leslie Dutton and Producer T. J. Johnston. In 2002 the Full Disclosure® special series L. A.'s WAR AGAINST TERRORISM was recognized by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences with a local Emmy Award for a public affairs, informational series. For channels and air times by community check listings at http://www.fulldisclosure.net/Channels/channelsINDEX.htm.

The six Video News Blog topics featured in this two-part series are listed below. To view each of the video news blogs (5 to 9 min each) from the URL link below the title.

The series features national and local authorities who hold strong opinions on the issues addressed and in which they are directly involved and knowledgeable

The featured guests in this two-part series are:

  •     Anthony Patchett, Former LADA Sr. Prosecutor
  •     Mike Carona, OC Sheriff
  •     Stan Goldman, Prof. Law Loyola Law School
  •     Thom Mrozek, DOJ Spokesman CACD
  •     Scott Baugh, Chairman OC GOP
  •     Stephen Yagman, Convicted/Civil Rights Attny
  •     Scott Minerd, Guggenheim Partners Asset Mgmt.
  •     Dr. Adrian Moore, VP Research, Reason Foundation
  •     Carl DeMaio, President Performance Institute
  •     Jack Ehnes, CEO CAL-STRS (Teachers Retirement)
  •     John Moorlach, OC Supervisor
  •     Mario Mainero, Chief of Staff to Moorlach
  •     Keith Richman, CA Foundation for Fiscal Responsibility
  •     Hank Hernandez, Legal Counsel L.A. Police Union
  •     William Bratton, Los Angeles Police Chief
  •     Edwin Meese III, former U.S. Attorney General
  •     Torie Osborn, Sr. Advisor to Mayor Villaraigosa
  •     James Q. Wilson, Manhattan Institute-Pepperdine
  •     George L. Kelling, Sr Fellow, Manhattan Institute
  •     Estela Lopez, Exec. Dir. Central City East Assn
  •     Heather Mac Donald, Manhattan Institute Fellow
  •     Carol Wilkins, Supportive Housing Corporation

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