Monday, February 14, 2011

HAIR ON FIRE           
Feb. 15, 2011
7 PM Arizona Time
Hair on Fire
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Host: Barbara Espinosa, Publisher American Freedom by Barbara
Co-Host: The Honorable Vernon Parker
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Bill Randall was a Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives (NC-13th Congressional District) U.S. Navy; decorated and accomplished career (1974-2001) Revitalized a dormant EEO program at Naval Training Center Great Lakes, IL. Established a program ultimately recognized as among the “best in the U.S. Navy.” (1998 – 2000) Revitalized a dormant EEO program at Naval Training Center Great Lakes, IL. Established a program ultimately recognized as among the “best in the U.S. Navy.” (1998 – 2000) Discussion on Operation Black Storm.. Angel Patriots, Unite in Action D. C. RNC and Tea party Express IV.

Jerome Hudson is a 24-year-old student of history, majoring in broadcast journalism, in Tallahassee, FL. He was born Savannah, GA . Jerome has been published nationally by Human Events and has been called a “rising star” by nationally syndicated talk show host Dennis Prager. He has interned Tallahassee radio station. Jerome first received acclaim after the publication of his article "The Life of a Young Black Conservative," which was picked up and featured in July 2009 as the top story on In Nov. 2009 and Jan. 2010 as a featured audience guest on "Time to Be Heard: Content of Character," Glenn Beck’s television special on Black Conservatives in America.

Claude Mattox, 56, began his first 4-year term on the Phoenix City Council on Jan. 3, 2000. He iscurrently serving his 3rd term as Phoenix District 5 Councilman. He was vice mayor in 2002.
He was selected for the prestigious "2010 Best of the West Chairman's Award" for his community leadership by WESTMARC.
Phoenix District 5, includes west and central Phoenix with landmarks such as Cricket Wireless Pavilion; the Maryvale Baseball Stadium, spring training home to the Milwaukee Brewers; the new Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox spring baseball complex at Camelback Ranch and Grand Canyon University.
Claude Mattox has been active in the west Phoenix community for 30 years. He is vice president for National Western Vistas Real Estate. Mattox and his wife, Sherri, have lived in west Phoenix since 1979.
He is an avid musician and is a member of the local group, Screamin' Javalenas, which plays at various charity functions.
City of Phoenix service:
• Public Safety and Veterans Subcommittee
• Transportation, Infrastructure and Sustainability Subcommittee
• Finance, Efficiency and Innovation Subcommittee
• Phoenix Audit Committee
Community Service
• Immediate past Chairman of the National League of Cities Energy, Environment, & Natural Resources (EENR) Steering and Policy Committee
• 2010 - 2011 President of the Board of Directors of the Arizona Municipal Water Users Association (AMWUA)
• Phoenix representative on the League of Arizona Cities and Towns' executive committee and resolutions committee
• Executive committee and board member of WESTMARC (Western Maricopa Coalition)
• Ex-officio member of the Maryvale Revitalization Board of Directors
• Board of Director of Gomper's Habilitation Center
• His rock band "Screamin' Javalenas" are active in charity fundraising
West Valley Leader
• Founder of the School to Work Task Force and Let's Do Lunch Youth Mentoring Program.
• Chairman of the Maryvale Village Planning Committee
• Desert West Park Planning Committee
• West Phoenix Cactus League Spring Baseball Coalition
• Phoenix Surface Transportation Advisory Committee
• Maricopa Neighbors Airport Noise and Safety Committee.
• West Phoenix Business Alliance, Board of Directors
• Member Maryvale U.N.I.T.E., Board of Directors
• Phoenix Economic Development Task Force, Board of Directors
• Valley of the Sun West Phoenix Branch YMCA Founders Committee, member
• Desert Sky YMCA Extension Advisory Committee, member
• Founding member of the Maryvale Citizens for Arts Programming Committee. • Maryvale Village Planning Committee, Chairman