Gordon Bloyer has been called a
Renaissance man by Ronn Owens of KGO radio in San Francisco. Rush Limbaugh
read from a letter by Gordon on his national radio show. President Ronald
Reagan invited Gordon to the White House to thank him for his support. When
Gordon speaks people listen. He has appeared on numerous radio and
television shows. His letters and articles have been printed in many
publications including the San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner,
Washington Times, USA Today, Monterey Herald, San Mateo Times, San Jose
Mercury, Gary Post-Tribune, Hammond Times and the San Francisco Progress.
When Gordon was working as a private
investigator his work was featured in a three part series on KRON -TV in San
Francisco. As the San Francisco co-chairman of the grassroots lobby,
Citizens For America, he spoke out for the Reagan administration on all the
San Francisco radio and television stations and as a result he was invited
to the White House on November 13, 1986. That was the very day that
President Reagan announced the Iran-Contra investigation.
In 1996 Gordon started his own
television show in Portage, Indiana. He wanted to spread the conservative
message. All hell broke loose. The mayor and the president of the city
council did not like what Gordon had to say. They tried to keep him out of
council meetings and tried to remove him from the airwaves. Guess what?
Gordon is still on the air and expanding to the internet. The mayor and the
president of the council were both defeated in the election after Gordon
featured their record on his show. They were the only incumbents defeated.