Ep 3: Congressman Duncan Hunter and Tommy Marquez on Reforming the UCMJ & VA
Pipe Hitter Podcast
In this episode I talk with former Congressman Duncan Hunter and his staff Tommy Marquez, now a board member of the Pipe Hitter Foundation. Both veterans of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, Duncan and Tommy were dogged supporters of the military while in congress and have years of experience helping veterans and advocating for reforms to the UCMJ, VA, and other government institutions. We discuss issues facing the military community, and what changes congress and our military needs to make to better serve our men and women in uniform.
On Monday, Congressman Duncan D. Hunter will resign. There will be no special election for the 50th Congressional District. Local vets reveal their thoughts on the situation with Iran. And homelessness is spreading to the suburbs.
Congressman Duncan Hunter had a hearing and we were there!
That Loud-Mouthed Lady
Congressman Duncan Hunter has been accused of mismanagement of campaign funds and we held a rally outside the courthouse during his indictment hearings. Here’s how they went! *edit* his trial will begin Sept. 10th not Aug. 10th like I said in the episode. I apologize for the error.
Trump’s European Vacation, Biden’s Plagiarism, and Duncan Hunter | The Press Box
The Press Box
The Trump family’s trip to London (03:00), Joe Biden continuing his serial plagiarism (17:00), Duncan Hunter talking openly about war crimes on the ‘Zero Blog 30’ podcast (23:30), the New York Times’s new TV show, ‘The Weekly,’ (29:00), and more.Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
ZBT #170: Interview w/ Rep. Duncan Hunter on Eddie Gallagher's Trial
Zero Blog Thirty
Round 1: Weekend Wrap up from our time in DC and Charlotte.Round 2: Navy Pilots are speaking out about an obstacle they faced in the sky… Hypersonic UFOs… The flyboys and girls are spillin the ole beans on aliens so we are gonna rolllll that beautiful bean footageRound 3: Marine Veteran & Congressman Duncan Hunter is making waves for his stance on the Eddie Gallagher case, and for his brash opinions on war and the aftermath. We stopped in DC to talk to him about some of his controversial opinions.Round 4: Would you be able to turn guns on your own soldiers to stop a war crime from happening? The late Army pilot Hugh Thompson did that to stop the infamous My Lai massacre in Vietnam, and in light of recent headlines his words are making the rounds again.Round 5: We give a shout out to the best Memorial Day post we saw on Instagram. It is extremely moving!
140 How to Navigate the World of Video Games and Social Media - Duncan Hunter and Cade Hastings
Educate For Life with Kevin Conover
We live in an electronic, interconnected world where video games and social media reign supreme. It can be tricky to navigate this world without getting lost in it. Video Game addiction is becoming more prevalent. Parents are sending their kids for treatment and some couples are even getting divorced over it. Today on Educate For Life, Kevin is joined by Duncan Hunter and Cade Hastings to talk about this subject from a teen/young adult perspective. Both Duncan and Kade have years of experience playing popular games like World of Warcraft and Fortnite. Tune in for an interesting perspective on video game addiction and social media from two people who have lived it first hand. This episode first aired on Dec 2, 2018. We make video lessons to raise up confident Christians: https://educateforlife.org/
Voices of Vapers: Checking in with the Vaping Congressman (Guest: Congressman Duncan Hunter)
Voices of Vapers
In this episode of Voices of Vapers, Congressman Duncan Hunter (R-CA) talks with The Heartland Institute’s state government relations manager to discuss vaping and tobacco harm reduction. Known as the “Vaping Congressman,” Congressman Duncan Hunter represents California’s 50th congressional district, which covers East and North San Diego County and a portion of Riverside County. Congressman Hunter is a former United States Marine, and has served three combat tours overseas, two in Iraq and one in Afghanistan and he the first combat veteran of either Iraq or Afghanistan to serve in the U.S. Congress. Congressman Hunter is also a vaper and an advocate for tobacco harm reduction (THR). The congressman made headlines in 2016 when he vaped in a congressional hearing on an amendment to ban vaping on planes. Before vaping in Congress, Congressman Hunter authored an op-ed in the The Hill, where he implored the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to not restrict access to vapor products, as he believes they have saved his life, as well as millions of other smokers’ lives. In this episode, Congressman Hunter describes his own personal journey to vaping, the flavor he’s currently vaping (Blueberry Crumb), his legislation that will separate vaping products from combustible cigarettes and place THR products on a continuum of harm, and his advice for vapers and policymakers when regulating these products. For more information on Congressman Hunter and to see his legislation visit, hunter.house.gov or follow him on Twitter at @Rep_Hunter.