Kevin James began his professional career in 1988 as a lawyer with one of Los Angeles' largest law firms. Soon thereafter, Kevin spent more than 3 years as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in LA, and then more than 10 years as a litigator in high profile entertainment matters.
Kevin's legal experience is what initially brought him into the talk radio industry, regularly providing his legal expertise to talk radio stations in major markets around the country. In early 2004, Kevin decided to leave the legal profession to begin his full-time career as a radio talk show host at KTOK in Oklahoma City, where Kevin's legal experience and his interest in news and the topics of the day resulted in tremendous success in the morning drive slot at KTOK.
Kevin's rating success in Oklahoma City enabled his return to Los Angeles in early 2005 to host KABC's "Red Eye Radio" -- once again achieving great ratings success. Kevin hosted "Red Eye Radio" until April 2007.
Kevin has also served as a regular panelist for Court TV's "Catherine Crier Live" and appeared on CNN as a commentator and legal analyst.
Kevin received his undergraduate degree from the University of Oklahoma and attended law school at the Univeristy of Houston.
Kevin brings a passionate and practical voice to the countless issues that affect the Southern California community, and also has the experience to provide an insider's perspective into Hollywood's never-ending wave of high profile conflicts and disputes that frequently relate to larger issues affecting the nation.
I am convinced that President Obama’s choice is obvious.
Zimbabwe should not be making American law.
Just two weeks ago, President Obama and his Congress handed over another $30 billion to AIG (on top of the two prior rounds of taxpayer money AIG got under Bush – with Obama’s support).
McCain should seize his newfound stature within “the world’s greatest deliberative body” to take five steps necessary to convince Americans that he has finally learned his lesson about our nation’s dangerously porous borders.
By now, you’ve probably heard about the proposal of the California Energy Commission to require that all new homes in the state be outfitted with a “programmable communicating thermostat,” an Orwellian device which would allow the government to control the temperature inside your house.
Actions speak louder than words, and legal actions often speak loudest of all – which is why the absence of lawsuits from certain major league baseball players is louder than the fireworks after a Fourth of July game.
Our efforts to end the illegal alien invasion occasionally need a good shot in the arm.
Members of the U.S. Senate seemed genuinely surprised that the American people so vehemently objected to the Senate Immigration Reform Bill. The reason was obvious – the Senate had no credibility whatsoever regarding the "enforcement" or "security" aspects of the bill.
Why isn’t anyone talking about the new governmental agency needed to implement the Senate’s “comprehensive” immigration reform bill?