A move to right the ship at SANDAG

Greg Larkin Greg Larkin 6 Comments

After about two weeks of little more more than “shoulda-knowns” coming out of SANDAG, as well as Chairman Ron Roberts in essence telling his fellow board members during the organization’s recent annual retreat that there’s nothing more to see and he has things under control, a group of elected officials is stepping up and taking appropriate action on the organization’s …

Anti-Speech Movement on the March at Orange Coast College

Ryan T. Darby Ryan T. Darby 0 Comments

Watching college professors bully conservative students over their political beliefs is one of my pet peeves, going back to my days as a College Republican. Watching college administrators punish a conservative student for blowing a whistle on a bullying professor is absolutely perverse. As we all know by now, that is exactly what occurred last week at Orange Coast College …

Faulconer, Cate, Zapf, and Kersey: Making San Diego Unsafe Again

Brian Brady Brian Brady 15 Comments

In case you missed it, Scott Sherman was the only San Diego City Council member to vote against whack job City Attorney Mara Elliot’s request to sue to stop President Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration. Let’s start here: 1- President Trump issued an Executive Order to temporarily halt entry into this country from seven countries. 2- The seven countries were …

News That Will Always Be True

Bob Siegel Bob Siegel 2 Comments

San Diego, February 14, 2017   And now the daily news from your ol’ pal Bob: In the news today: Trump said something and tweeted something. The mainstream media went ballistic and had a conniption fit. So did the Democrats in Congress. A handful of “balanced moderate” (i. e. establishment Republicans) also felt compelled to express their sensitive concern. That’s …