The Democrats’ Veteran Gambit

Elliot Schroeder Elliot Schroeder 1 Comment

Let’s connect the dots.   Just last month NPR discussed the Democrat plan to use Veterans to take the House and now our social media feed is jammed with “Trump disrespects fallen soldiers” posts.   Are the Democrats politicizing this?  Absolutely.   We’re the democrats waiting for a pre-text to jump on?  Likely. From NPR: “The recruitment effort, designed to …

Supervisor Dianne Jacob Endorses Jones for Senate

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San Diego County Supervisor Dianne Jacob has endorsed Brian Jones for the 38th Senate District. “Brian has served as an effective advocate and representative for East County, and I know he’ll continue to do the same in the State Senate,” said Jacob. “I’ve had the opportunity to work with him on a number of issues and have seen him deliver …

Chris Cate’s Problem Is Mara Elliott

Brian Brady Brian Brady 22 Comments

Mara Elliott is a politician. When I met her, I was underwhelmed. She came off as a loony progressive. Her campaign speeches inspired few — she ran as a “technocrat” who failed to attract  support from the Democratic insiders. When she defeated her Democratic opponents in the June 2016 primary, I remember thinking that she might win the City Attorney race …

Christopher Columbus is Bad Because he Knowingly Infected Native Americans With Disease

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The City of Los Angeles will no longer celebrate Columbus Day (but they will have a holiday called Indigenous Peoples Day).  The main objection to Christopher Columbus is the theory that he is a genocidal maniac, purposefully infecting native populations with disease from his ship’s crew.  Progressives would have you believe that Columbus was a white supremacist terrorist engaged in …

SDSU Must Not Bow Down to Antifa Terrorism

Ryan T. Darby Ryan T. Darby 1 Comment

The scourge of the heckler’s veto has regrettably found its way to San Diego, as SDSU officials canceled Milo Yiannopoulos’ upcoming event hosted by the SDSU College Republicans. The reason proffered by SDSU was, predictably, security costs. SDSUPD Chief Josh Mays explained that “officers would need more than six hours and 20 bomb-sniffing dogs to secure Montezuma Hall.” What? Six …