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Friday, March 30, 2012

CD 15 City Councilman Joe Buscaino: "The City Council is not the FCC" regarding KFI Talk Radio's John and Ken

CD 15 City Councilman Joe Buscaino common sense approach to no-binding resolutions.
The "Average Joe" recently elected to City Council via Council District 15 Joe Buscaino, is way above average in using new media to communicate with his constituents and beyond..And just today, Councilman Buscaino takes to Youtube to replay a brief interview with KABC 790 A.M. Talk Show Host Larry Elder that shows Councilman Buscaino's common sense approach to governing (... and an independent streak that is refreshing).
Councilman Buscaino, along with CD 2 City Councilman Mitch Englander took the side of the strict interpretation of the First Amendment when it comes to the radio airways, unlike the 13 other members of the City Clowncil Central Committee who spent valuable meeting time role playing Joseph McCarthy.
We hope to see more of this refreshing common sense talk from Councilman Buscaino as he grows into his new job. Judging from his weekly interactive newsletter he is heading in the right direction in constituent outreach and transparency in standing behind his decisions within the horseshoe.
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
P.S. to the Average Joe, don't forget about the coments from the like of Bill Maher and Ed Schultz.   .



Blogger La Femme Voltaire said:

Although it is inadvisable to use insensitive derogatory language, as in political satire or criticism, it is probably protected speech under the First Amendment. The possibilities for the misuse of political influence and power in such city enterprises as gentrification are legion. After hearing a PCC Professor in relation to sustainability say "we have to get the people out of their little homes" as if ther ewer no connection to profit and political influence. I know that censorship by City Hall could be misused. We need free speech more than ever now to expose abuses.

April 05, 2012 5:20 PM  

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