You Are Racist For Reopening Schools … and Other Lockdown Lies

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You Are Racist For Reopening Schools … and Other Lockdown Lies By Amy Reichert www.ReOpenSD.org It was just another California Lockdown Tuesday on the 344th day of the “Coronaverse” when I was scrolling through Facebook and I saw… “You won’t believe what the Vice President of the La Mesa-Spring Valley School Board is saying right now at the board meeting!!” …

Anderson and Desmond on County of San Diego’s Rescue Plan Funding

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Within a few hours of yesterday’s San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting, Supervisors Joel Anderson and Jim Desmond each sent out communications regarding the Board’s allocation of American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 funds. Here is the text of both communications. Anderson Press Release… ANDERSON SOLE VOTE AGAINST “COVID BONUS” Supported Adding More Funds for Business Relief Efforts (SAN …

Life in Hotel California: Segregation & Discrimination Legalized by CAL/OSHA

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Life in Hotel California: Segregation & Discrimination Legalized by CAL/OSHA — How to take action Guest Commentary by Amy Reichert www.ReOpenSD.org Did you know that segregation and discrimination was just legalized in California? Last Thursday, June 3, the Occupational Safety & Health Standards Board, a seven-member body appointed by the Governor as the standards-setting agency for the Cal/OSHA program, approved …

Out of the Mouths of Babes – The Best Explanation

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I had another topic in mind for this week but decided on a last minute change. I posted a picture, that I found humorous, on the San Diego County Gun Owners (SDCGO) Facebook page. In about 24 hours the post had reached over 23,000 people, had 750 reactions, and inspired over 500 shares. Since there seemed to be so much …

BREAKING: Huge Victory in Assault Weapons Lawsuit

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Have you heard??? A landmark ruling was issued today in the Miller v. Becerra lawsuit regarding California’s egregious assault weapon ban. Judge Benitez issued a permanent injunction against enforcement of the law. “This is an average case about average guns used in average ways for average purposes,” the ruling said. “One is to be forgiven if one is persuaded by news media …

The One-Year Anniversary of the La Mesa Riots

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Guest Commentary by Amy Reichert www.ReOpenSD.org A year has passed since the La Mesa riots of May 30 into the early morning hours of May 31, 2020. As I think about that time and the days since, I wanted to share my story and some reflections. First, a disclaimer… I watched George Floyd die with absolute horror and despair. Not …

From Boo to Boom – The Evil Ghost Gun

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There’s lots of talk nowadays regarding ghost guns. Democrats threatened by anti-gun folks want to ban them. The media is driven to a spell of the vapors at the mere mention of them. One media source said ghost guns increase the risk of right wing violence, you know, the January 6th syndrome. Apparently, criminals can’t live without them. So, what’s …

Christopher Rodriguez Launches Campaign for Congress in California’s 49th District

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Press Release Hispanic Combat Marine Christopher Rodriguez Launches Campaign for Congress in California’s 49th District Launch Video Tells Sergeant Rodriguez’s Story Details His ‘No Excuses’ Fight for the American Dream Oceanside, CA – Christopher Rodriguez, combat Marine, businessman, city councilmember, and father of 7 today launched his campaign for Congress in California’s 49th district. The district covers north coastal areas …

The Horror of Gun Control

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This article addresses a very disturbing video that illustrates the horror of gun control. The video is an example of how dangerous laws and ignorant attitudes impact real people. To be clear, gun control laws are not intended to increase public safety or to impede criminals. Gun control laws are about power and control. Gun control laws are about exercising …

The People vs. Sexually Violent Predators: The County needs to do its job

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Guest Commentary by Kathleen Hedberg, PE, MPH Whenever there’s a news report that a sexually violent predator is proposed to be placed in a community, the neighbors are always outraged – even though a Superior Court judge has heard the evidence and determined the person is safe to be conditionally released. Then why are the neighbors so upset? It’s because …

Every Woman Has Her Own Story

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This is a guest post by #NotMeSD Project Manager Desiree Bergman. Imagine a typical evening trip to the grocery store.  As you are loading groceries into your car, someone comes up from behind you and begins to drag you away from your car. This scenario happens thousands of times a year across the nation.  Knowing how to properly respond to …

Edgy Interview with Tony Krvaric

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Just-retired Chairman of the Republican Party of San Diego County Tony Krvaric sits down for this installment of the Edgy Interview. I’ve been after my friend and regular reader of The Edge for a couple years now and finally cajoled him into taking part. Tony mused to me about how cool it is to read about the “other side” of …

SDSU Alum Jim Miller on the Aztec mascot

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The “woke” liberal student Left has again raised its head at SDSU with yet another resolution to change the Aztec name and mascot. I have contacted the President of the school directly via her online portal to provide my comments. I share them below should any other alumni see fit to enlighten our university president on the Alumni’s position: My …

SCOTUS to Hear Second Amendment Case – What Could That Mean For Gun Owners?

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The U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) has finally agreed to hear a Second Amendment (2A) case. The case, New York Rifle and Pistol Association vs Corlett, concerns concealed carry and will be heard in the next session which begins in October 2021. The question presented is whether the 2A allows the government to prohibit ordinary law-abiding citizens from carrying handguns outside …

Tax me more, Congresswoman?

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A Sara Jacobs constituent responds to her Tweet during President Joe Biden’s speech… Sara Jacobs — Are you kidding me? The privilege to post such a nonchalant “tax me more” tweet. When you come from a billionaire family, it’s easy to see taxes as no big deal. The audacity to think that more taxes equals relief to the community is …

Big League Politics goes after MAGA, Jenner and local activist Roberts

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Shane Trejo of Big League Politics either woke up on the wrong side of the bed, or he has a legit issue with MAGA Inc’s role in pushing Caitlyn Jenner’s candidacy for CA Governor. Readers can decide. In an article published today, MAGA Inc. is Going ALL IN on Pushing Transgenderism in Politics with Caitlyn Jenner’s California Governor Run, Trejo …

Concealed Carry – A Right or a Privilege?

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The right to keep and bear arms is a natural human right that is protected by the Second Amendment. Yet there are those who argue that this is a privilege granted by the government rather than a natural right. Let’s take a closer look. The privilege argument has been around for many years and is rooted in the may-issue concept. …