Monday, July 7, 2008 the "Hannity & Colmes" of Sacramento will take to the airwaves. Craig and David Deluz, twin brothers and hosts of DeLuzBrothers.com will be sitting in for Sacramento Political Talk Show Host Erick Hogue. The show, known as The Capitol Hour airs from Noon to 1 pm on 1380 AM, KTKZ.
For years, the DeLuz' have enjoyed many vibrant political debates at family gatherings. Most of these discussions have featured the musings of David & Craig DeLuz; two of Sacramento's leading community activists and political figures.
"Anyone who has ever spent any time with David & I know that we can tend to have some very heated discussions." Craig points out, "But what is different about our family debates is that both of us are politically involved and knowledgeable about the issues we discuss."
David De Luz, describes himself as a progressive Democrat. David's community involvement has been primarily with liberal organizations. He has served as President of Sacramento Branch of the NAACP and the Chairman of the Ninth Assembly District Committee for the Sacramento Democratic Party.
Craig on the other hand is a conservative Republican and has focused his volunteer activities on more conservative efforts. He has been President of the California Black Republican council and founded the Republican Ethnic Coalition of Sacramento. Presently he is the Sacramento Editor for RedCounty, a website featuring center right news and commentary from throughout the state and serves as President of the California Republican Assembly's Sacramento chapter.
Together their diverse perspectives and brotherly bond have proven to bring an interesting twist to the discussion of cultural, political and social issues of the day.
"This is an opportunity to share with others a fact that Craig and I have know for years - two people who see the world so differently can disagree and still get along in love and brotherhood." Says David, "We have much respect for each other, and largely agree on the type of world we want to leave future generations - we just really disagree on how to get there."
"So sit back, relax and enjoy the fireworks" exclaim the brothers "Who knows, you may just find some ‘news you can use' and get entertained in the process!"
When: Monday, July 7th From 12 noon to 1pm
Station:1380 AM KTKZ
Call in Number: 916-923-3300 or 888-923-1380
Listen Online: http://www.ktkz.com/