The John and Ken Show, KFI 640 AM, Los Angeles: Killing CARB
The John and Ken Show on KFI in Los Angeles have been relentlessly beating up on the California Air Resources Board, Mary Nichols, the Heavy Duty Truck and Bus Rule, and the fraudulent unqualified lier, Hien Tran upon whose report the Heavy Duty Truck and Buse rule was based.
On January 21, 2010 their guest was James E. Enstrom, Ph.D., M.P.H. of UCLA who discusses his attempt to alert the Governor and CARB of the Hien Tran fraud and the how he was ignored. Dr. Enstrom has worked for 30 years as an epidemiologist and is the president of the The Scientific Integrity Institute. His specialty is research on weak and/or controversial epidemiologic relationships and the epidemiologic methodology used to measure these relationships. He debunks the Hien Tran report.
Click here to hear John and Ken with Dr. Enstrom
On January 26, 2010 their guest was Mr. Lee Brown, Executive Director of the California Dump truck Owners Association. Mr. Brown discusses how the new CARB rules are killing the dump truck and construction industries. He also is one of the authors of a five page letter to the Governor telling him of the problems with the rule and with Hien Tran's report. The Governor replied with a couple of paragraphs of drivel.
Click here to hear John and Ken with Lee Brown
On January 27, 2010 State Senator George Runner of the 17th Senate district was scheduled to discuss prison problems in California. Before he began his discussion on prison problems, the Senator railed against CARB for a few minutes and discussed Jerry Brown's failure to investigate Mary Nichols, CARB and the Hien Tran cover-up.
Click here to hear that segment of the George Runner interview
On February 3, 2010 Bill Davis the Executive Vice President of the Southern California Contractors Association discussed the impact of CARB rules on the construction industry with John and Ken.
Click here to hear the John and Ken with Bill Davis
On February 4, 2010 Assemblyman Dan Logue of District 3 discussed his petition to collect signatures for a ballot initiative to suspend AB32. One key point of the discussion is that Jerry Brown as Attorney General is doing everything in his power to delay the collection of signatures so that he would run out of time to gather the required number. In addition as Attorney General it is Jerry Brown's duty to write the title and summary of the initiative. He had deliberately titled it as an initiative to allow polluters to continue to pollute in the hopes that un-educated voters will reject the measure.
Click here to hear Dan Logue on the John and Ken show
On February 19, 2010 Congressman Tom McClintock discussed How much AB32 will hurt the California economy once the regulations start to kick in. He pointed out that every industry will be affected by the new rules and how ridiculous it is to call CO2 a toxic substance since we all exhale 2 pounds of it every day.
Click here to hear John and Ken with Congressman McClintock
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