Articles and Columns by Mason Weaver
My career started as a UC Berkeley radical revolutionary after a white racist shipmate tried to kill me while serving in the Navy. My anger with America, white people and myself, drew me into a lifestyle doomed to failure. I managed to see through it and changed the course of my life. Those experiences became the foundation of my principles and loyalty to the freedoms we all enjoy.
I launched a radio talk show in San Diego in 1992 to discuss Political, Social, Economics and Spiritual issues. My first book “It’s Ok to Leave the Plantation” (1996) described my journey from a liberal to a conservative.
Since then, I have had the honor of appearing on many local and national News programs including Lou Dobbs, Tucker Carlson, Trish Regan and Fox and Friends.
I am a 1975 Graduate of UC Berkeley Political Science Department. I served as the Second Vice Chair of the San Diego Republican Party in 1999. Stood as a candidate for the California State Assembly 2000 and the US Congress 2010.
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