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The US Report talks BP and Libya, and Constitution-Trampling on WBOB

Shown in the video are Alex Pantinakis (left) and Cindy Graves (right).

Alex Pantinakis sat in for Cindy Graves, host of Politics, Business and Mayhem on WBOB AM 600 when I did a guest visit on November 21.

Despite the fact it was the day before turkeys look for the nearest escape route, news was breaking Right and Left. We chatted up the benefits to BP because of our engagement in Libya and we also talked about the 2008 declaration of war on conservatives by a leading Democrat blogger. Before we ended the visit, we really drilled down on the trampling of various amendments to the Constitution.

Alex is also executive producer of the show. You can follow him on Twitter: @Pantinakis.

Graves is president of the Florida Federation of Republican Women, among her many other endeavors. Follow her on Twitter: @cindygravesFL.

The show is a lot of fun; interesting people always phone in. Thanks to Alex for doing this video and to Cindy for her great show.

Graves’ show on WBOB airs weekdays from 12-1 p.m.; you can listen online if you’re not in the broadcast area.

(Filed by Kay B. Day/Nov. 29, 2012)

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