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How do you know?

Friday, May 11, 2012
posted by Jen Jacobs

I haven’t posted in years but this seems like a good time to start again.  If you haven’t yet read Roger Hedgecock’s column in the UT titled How Do You Know?, I suggest you read it.  Then whatever you want to say about the kind of mayor Nathan Fletcher would be, ask yourself, how do you know?

Full disclosure – Carl DeMaio is a long time friend and client.  While I am not involved with his Mayoral campaign, I am responsible for the Independent Super PAC in support of his candidacy.  I also handle public and political relationships for Roger Hedgecock’s national show.


As I sit here working with Sports Center playing as my soothing background music I am struggling with my opinion regarding the 6 game suspension given by the NFL Commissioner to Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

It seems to me that Roethlisberger is being tried and convicted without being found guilty, not unlike the accusations made against politicians and then used by the media and in negative campaign materials.

A few of the facts:


Pass the Final Four (originally written 4/1/07)

Saturday, April 3, 2010
posted by Jen Jacobs

I wrote this blog originally 4/1/07…

Pass The Final Four

It was this exact time of year in 1995 when as a young Republican political staffer I was in Washington, DC. The cherry blossoms were blooming and the mornings were crisp, but sunny. I thought our capitol city was so beautiful and with a newly-elected Republican majority in DC and in the California State Assembly, it might be the most exciting time of my career.

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