Guest Avail: Mark Reed
Did you know:
- September 11, 2001, was the deadliest day in history for New York City firefighters: 343 were killed.
- A total of 2,996 people were killed in the 9/11 attacks, including the 19 terrorist hijackers aboard the four airplanes.
- The 9/11 attacks happened 17 years ago, but many people are still suffering and dying from the aftermath.
MARK REED FOR CONGRESS (R)
Fighting for California
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE U.S. CONGRESS 30th DISTRICT 2018 (CA).
"9/11 is day that we should never forget. I know I won’t. I had several friends that lived through it and one who didn’t. We should not forget the complete failure of our elected officials that have been elected to keep us safe. That is their primary job and they failed us. If we elect people this November who do not understand that simple point we will be doomed to repeat that tragedy of 9-11. It’s your choice. Make the right one." - Mark Reed for Congress
Other Topics include:
Sexual Harassment - Les Moonves, CEO of CBS
"As the national rep for American Indians I had first hand knowledge of the sexual abuse and harassment issues. I had weekly dealings with the heads of many departments fighting for opportunities for employment and having moral fiber was a sure way of not being employed. These issues are accepted as a normal way of business at the networks, especially CBS." - Mark Reed for Congress
Mark Reed (R) is running against Brad Sherman (D):
- National Representative for American Indians
- Advocate for constitutional government
- Successful actor
- Served on the board of directors of the Screen Actor’s Guild (Finance Committee)
- First member at large to testify in front of the Federal Communications Committee on behalf of the Screen Actors Guild
- National rep for American Indians for 15 years
- A descendent of the Mohawk and Apache American Indians.
- Small businessman
Mark Reed is the congressional candidate for the 30th district. When elected to Congress Mark Reed will serve the majority of the West San Fernando Valley.
Mark's focus: 1 The middle class. 2 Improve Mental Healthcare. 3 Law and Order. 4 Solve Homelessness. 5 Reform Drug Rehabilitation. 6 Support for Our Veterans.