DMV in need of major repairs (Poway News Chieftain)

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This op-ed was originally published in Poway News Chieftain on Apr. 18, 2019: https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/pomerado-news/opinion/story/2019-04-12/jones-dmv-in-need-of-major-repairs As a parting gift to Gov. Gavin Newsom, outgoing Gov. Jerry Brown asked the California Department of Finance, Office of State Audits and Evaluations to “Assess the efficiency and effectiveness of Department of Motor Vehicles’ current operations and make recommendations to improve its practices and enhance …

Queen Dianne Jacob Expects East County Subjects to Vote For Her ‘Crowned’ Prince

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We can add San Diego Union-Tribune columnist Michael Smolens to Queen Dianne Jacob’s court.  Smolens penned a piece to help Queen Dianne get her hand-picked candidate elected. Queen Dianne recruited the Poway Mayor to run for County Supervisor, promising to throw some $500,000 in campaign funds his way to do her bidding. I only have three things to say about …

Congressman Hunter should probably announce his retirement.

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I don’t think spending campaign money on booze and cigars should be criminal: My reaction (if he’s guilty) is similar to my response if he was busted for smoking cigarettes on the beach; an eyeroll followed by a yawn. If Hunter broke these arcane laws, he should probably resign after he is re-elected in November. If he didn’t break these antiquated …

What are you afraid of, Nathan?

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Nathan Fletcher recently had a Town Hall to discuss the need for greater transparency in government. While the meeting’s focus was transparency, Nathan opted not to speak, but rather to have his team speak on his behalf. Effectively, he spoke through people, rather than be straightforward. The meeting itself was convoluted. Nathan refused to answer questions. When asked a question …

Hunter Leads the Charge for Common-Sense Reform In His “First 100-Day Initiative”

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Washington, DC – On the first day of the new 116th Congress, Rep. Duncan Hunter (CA-50) announced his “First 100-Day Initiative,” a proactive legislative agenda to bring about some common-sense government reforms for the American people.  He began this effort by introducing the AMERICA Act and signified the close of this period yesterday by introducing the Protect Our Military Families’ …

Joel Anderson officially announces his candidacy for District 2 open Supervisor’s seat in 2020 election

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Media Release Joel Anderson, former State Assemblyman and State Senator, has set the date to officially announce his candidacy for the District 2 seat on the San Diego County Board of Supervisors in the 2020 election. Anderson, a Republican, will make the announcement at a meeting of enthusiastic supporters at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, April 11, at a hangar at Gillespie …