Friday, March 9, 2012

March 10th: Political Activist Felicia Tweedy!

Our guest this Saturday night at 8:00 p.m. PST is political activist, Felicia Tweedy. Felicia was born and raised in Southern California. A graduate of USC, she worked in politics right out of college, first on the Arnold for Governor campaign (Recall Campaign in 2003), the Governor's Transition staff and then as a political appointee of the Governor up in Sacramento. She switched gears in 2005 to be back in LA where she began working in the entertainment industry in the International Theatrical Distribution Department at Warner Bros.

Felica worked on the John McCain for President campaign and for a number of local candidates such as Sunder Ramani for Assembly. Active in leadership roles in a number of local and statewide Republican organizations, Felicia says  "Politics is my passion and where I feel my true calling is. I'm a proud Republican and I love my country." Felicia has been noted by many political and media leaders as a leading representative of the millennial generation, internet age, young conservative.

Currently, Felicia is the Southern California Grassroots Chair for the Newt Gingrich for President campaign. We'll get her take on the controversial testimony of Georgetown Law Student, Sandra Fluke, as well as the equally controversial remarks made about Ms. Fluke by radio commentator, Rush Limbaugh.

Tune into the show on LATalkRadio Channel 1, Saturday night, March 10th, 2012 at 8:00 p.m.