The radio buzz... the top talk radio stories of the day.

One more surge.

Of Marine combat forces to Afghanistan.

"What has happened here recently with the announcement by Secretary gates - is an additional 14 - 1600 and really that's going to translate into 3000 bullet launchers that are going to go in there - into the southwest part - into Helman and Kandahar provinces where we've made most of the gains over the last year and try to see if thats durable. If the strategy is not durable long term and the Taliban - the enemy - has a vote - then we do have a problem and i think the President will revisit what he has put on the ground."

Pentagon Senior Strategist and National Security and Foreign Affairs Analyst - Retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Robert Maginnis speaking with Bill Wills at WTAM in Cleveland, OH.

The move - comes as a surprise - ahead of the spring fighting season.

In an attempt to cement tentative security gains.

Before the House mandated troop draw down which begins in july.

Buzzing right along...

In California - it's not illegal for police to search a cell phone carried by someone under arrest.

That ruling made by the California Supreme Court.

"Basically they followed U.S. Supreme Court precedent - and said look - you know - you get arrested they can search what you have on your person - like a sucrets box or something like that - one of the big cases is a package of cigarettes. And the Court said look - its a container - your iphone - your cell phone whatever it is is a container - and if you're arrested the police don't need a warrant to look in it - but basically we're relying on pretty old case law and considering some very new technology - so i think this one might come up to the Supreme Court and maybe we'll get some answers on how computers are going to be treated as devices much different than small things you might have on your person when you get picked up."

That was Attorney and Former Police Officer Marc Marold - speaking with Dan Kennedy at affiliate WOC in Davenport, IA.

The Courts decision - being made by a vote of 5 to 2.

I'm Jessica Curtis, and that's your Talk Radio Buzz, from Fox News Radio.