PRESS RELEASE Stahl CA52: CATHERINE CRIER TO GUEST ON “SOLUTIONS FOR AMERICA”
John K. Stahl (R-CA-52)
December 15, 2011 PRESS RELEASE
CATHERINE CRIER TO GUEST ON “SOLUTIONS FOR AMERICA”
(San Diego, CA) Today, the Stahl for Congress Committee is pleased that Catherine Crier will be a guest on our show next Monday, December 19th during the 1pm hour on www.kceoradio.com worldwide or 1000am on the dial locally in San Diego, CA.
Catherine Crier is an Emmy Award winning former District Attorney, who became at age 30, the youngest elected state judge in Texas history. She parlayed her legal knowledge into a successful television career, working at CNN, MSNBC, Fox News and Court TV over the course of three decades, serving as host, anchor, reporter and pundit. Ms. Crier, who has had two of her previous books become New York Times bestsellers, on November 1st released her latest book “Patriot Acts: What Americans Must Do To Save The Republic.”
“I am pleased to have Catherine join us on the show to discuss her book and the state of our country,” stated Congressional Candidate John K. Stahl, “The issues she raises in the book are totally in agreement with our platform and candidacy.”
“My campaign has been talking about the damage that PAC money, lobbyists and career politicians have been doing to the American Dream and I am glad to have Catherine come on the show to share her thoughts, “ added Stahl.
John is a former Naval Aviator who graduated from the Naval Training Command with the designation of Distinguished Naval Graduate. He holds a BS in Mathematics from the University of Kentucky and an MBA from Florida Atlantic University. He started his 30-year career in the semiconductor industry with Texas Instruments and was Vice President of Worldwide Sales for not only TRW/LSI Products but also Raytheon Semiconductor here in San Diego.
The Stahl for Congress committee is committed to running an issues oriented campaign that puts focus on common sense solutions to these mounting problems that the status quo seems incapable of addressing.