San Diego County Democrats put politics before the public again

Comms Director, RPSDC Comms Director - RPSDC 1 Comment

The use of lethal force by law enforcement officials has recently gained more attention in California. With continuous calls for gun control and more precautions being implemented on citizens, it is seemingly becoming impossible for individuals — and now law enforcement officials — to protect themselves, their families, and their communities. Assemblywoman Shirley Weber is the lead author of Assembly …

Ortiz nabs Kalasho council vacancy in El Cajon

Thor's Assistant Rostra Administrator (Thor's Assistant) 1 Comment

The sad, short, egotistical and ultimately insignificant reign of Ben Kalasho ended tonight with the appointment of local businessman and Planning Commissioner Phil Ortiz to the El Cajon City Council on a 4-0 vote. Although Kalasho resigned a few weeks ago, the appointment of Ortiz to the vacant seat means the Kalasho era is now officially over, ending not unlike …

Tom Del Beccaro: The Trump economy is roaring — Biden’s attempt to take credit for it is economic plagiarism

Thor's Assistant Rostra Administrator (Thor's Assistant) 4 Comments

On the Fox News website, Tom Del Beccaro analyzes who deserves credit for the current strong economy benefitting all Americans. It’s not Joe Biden. “Joe Biden has a history of plagiarism. So much so that he dropped out of his first presidential run over that and his false comments about his grades. Apparently, he didn’t do too well in economics …

California Senate Democrats Advance Voter Suppression Law

Brian Brady Brian Brady 3 Comments

The California Senate, voting along party lines, advanced a bill that requires all Presidential primary candidates to publicly disclose the previous five years of federal tax returns.  They tried this in 2017 but (then) Governor Jerry Brown vetoed the bill, believing it was unconstitutional. Current Governor Gavin Newsom is more of a partisan activist than a Governor and the ruling …

Supes Gaspar and Desmond say SANDAG failed to deliver on critical voter-approved road and highway improvements

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Press Release “San Diegans have lost faith in SANDAG,” Supervisor Kristin Gaspar said. “They can’t be trusted to follow through with their promises to voters.” In 2004, SANDAG persuaded voters to approve a half cent sales tax in exchange for critical highway improvement and expansion projects in East and North County. North County has experienced exceptional growth and the addition …

Mandating electronic purchase receipts ignores privacy and digital deserts (East County Californian)

Senator Brian Jones Senator Brian Jones 2 Comments

Democrats claim to respect our right to privacy, but with his bill to mandate “electronic purchase receipts,” the Assemblymember from San Francisco is trying to force every Californian to give up yet another very large chunk of our digital privacy. Assembly Bill 161 was introduced at a press conference with a truly disrespectful visual of a staff person wearing a …