Andy's Latest News The #AndyRamirezShow is the serum for the lack of facts the MSM has long failed to provide you. After having been a guest expert on tv news shows, talkradio, and newspapers across America, and given the facts we do not see on the news, I launch my own show on Feb 7, 2015. Just as with my investigative work and media appearances, I don't play BS or political correctness games, or hold back. It's all out, full throttle, and unleashed.
I also welcome great guests and top fellow experts to share their stories and the facts with you. Former Congressman Kerry Bentivolio kicked off October calling into the show from the road as he walks and bikes for Veterans' Rights (Episode 32). On Sept. 30, 2015 my show participated in International Podcast Day, with great guests covering over four hours. My guests were: Sheriff Arvin West of Hudspeth County Texas (Hour-1); Alex Newman, author, and my fellow correspondent from The New American Magazine (Hour-2); former Congressman Tom Tancredo makes his return to the show (Hour-3), and closing it out was Steven Cohen, counsel who is part of my non-profit org TheLEOAC (Hour-4) Prior guests include: Mike Walters, Founder of DucksNPucks.com (Episode 30), and Glen Tate, Author of the 299 Days Book Series (Episode 29); Two-Time Super Bowl Winner Clint Didier (Episode 28); 9-11 Tribute Special featured guests: NYPD Commissioner Bernie Kerik (Retired), and Joan Molinaro, Mom of FDNY Firefighter Carl Molinaro of Ladder 2; former Congressman Kerry Bentivolio (Episode 26); Lt. Commander John G. Richardson, USNR, Ret (Episode 25/Part 1); Ray Ortega, Pro Podcast Producer (Episode 24); syndicated columnist Mychal Massie (Episode 23); and former Congressman Tom Tancredo (Episode 22). More great guests lined for future shows. My show is hosted here at AndyRamirez.com and is also available on iTunes and Stitcher. Come join the conversation... Episodes are regularly updated.
Andy's Welcome Message
Welcome and thank you for visiting my official website at AndyRamirez.com. I have had an interesting life, and my battles have from the California State House to the White House. My accomplishments cannot be measured by materialistic things, or awards you can see. Some are those intangibles happening behind the scenes that the public does not often hear about. The documents section features commentaries and official testimony I've presented before Congress. The press clippings and photo albums cover my 23+ years in politics. At my issues section you can learn my thoughts on a number of issues, not covered by my FAQ Section. I'm certain you'll find my site to be a lot more informative and interactive.
I began investigating border security in 2004 and defending agents in 2006. After launching FOBP in 2004, I founded the Law Enforcement Officers Advocates Council (LEOAC) to meet the challenges of today that grew beyond FOBP. I serve as President of LEOAC, and our primary mission is to advocate, educate, and litigate (where necessary) on behalf of law enforcement officers defending America for the betterment of the community. Visit AdvocatesCouncil.us to learn more.
As a law enforcement advocate, I've traveled across America investigating U.S. National Security, seeking ways to improve border security, and examining what I came to call the "Bush War on Law Enforcement". This war has continued under Obama. We exposed corruption and collusion within our government, which Congress has refused to put an end to as countless key players remain insulated in management positions. Never intended to be the "Defender of the Border Patrol", but as time passed things evolved to meet the new challenges. I have also discovered a pattern of abuse of power by prosecutors in the cases of Mohr, Sipe, Brugman, Rhodes, Ramos, Compean, Crawford, Hernandez, Chito Diaz, and countless others. To date, only Rhodes and Sipe have been acquitted while the rest have been victimized by our own government who suborned perjury in many instances while protecting lawbreakers. Of the cases I've worked or observed there is no doubt that Sipe, Brugman, Rhodes, Hernandez, and Chito Diaz did their jobs right while they all got hosed by the government considering the prosecutorial abuses were uncovered.
At my State Reform website you can learn about my proposed amendments from 1996-98, which sought to overhaul the California State Constitution by providing a part-time Legislature, amending the State Budget process, as well as penalizing State Legislators for failing to pass the State Budget per Constitutional deadlines. You can also read about this work through the eyes of the media. I am proud of my work as it built my record as a leader fighting the status quo by making government accountable to the public. My legislation would have saved millions of dollars annually as written in the summary analysis by the State of California.
God Bless You and the United States of America, and again, thank you for visiting my site -- Andy.
In memory of my beloved "Vonnette"
March 14, 1987-June 27, 1998
*Site last updated on Octber 1, 2015*
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