Issa endorsed by National Right to Life

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“I’m honored to earn the endorsement of National Right to Life. Unlike Carl DeMaio, I have always been committed to protecting the unborn and preserving the sanctity of life. I’ve voted to defund Planned Parenthood and I will never support federal funding for abortions.”

When even Daily Kos says your bill sucks

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Assembywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher has been digging her heels in so much in recent weeks, she’s now forming trenches. That’s why it’s hysterical to see even her most strident left-wing fellow travelers not sharing her bunker in defense of AB 5. Read Daily Kos… Clumsy Democratic attempts to fix Uber/Lyft problem is deadly to freelancers We have nothing to add. …

Issa Ready To Lead in Congress in the 50th Congressional District

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Former House Oversight Chairman, and current candidate for the 50th Congressional District Darrell Issa, spoke with Mark Larson on KFMB yesterday.  Key takeaways: 1- Issa understands the geopolitics of the Middle East and can be a great adviser to the President (from Congress). 2- Governor Newsom doesn’t want Issa in this seat through a special election because it brings an …

Texas Church Shooting, Legally Armed Citizens, and Media Bias

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Last week we saw another church shooting, this one at the West Freeway Church of Christ in the city of White Settlement, Texas. This incident was ended just six seconds after it began by an armed citizen volunteer of the church security team. Media coverage was predictable. Church shootings are an unfortunate reality in our society. There have been at …

Beginning a Big Year for CA

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     The State Legislature returns on January 6 to complete the second half of the 2019-2020 session. 120 California legislators – 80 Assemblymembers and 40 Senators — will assemble in the State Capitol to begin work on some of the most consequential issues that have faced our state.      It’s likely that around 3,000 bills will be introduced …