New Movie “The Hunt” Should Win Tons of Awards And Fail At Box Office

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Political rhetoric has always been biting but has escalated to vilification since Trump was elected.  Traditionally a tool of left-wing commenters, an anonyous commenter, with inside knowledge about a Republican candidate’s Congressional campagn, referred to me and another Pro-Life volunteer as “fringe misfits”, on this blog.  I, of course, embrace that moniker.  I can laugh at myself and stereotypes of …

#ProduceThePoll, Carl DeMaio

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Carl DeMaio announced his candidacy for the 50th Congressional District yesterday and had a banner day in online fundraising. Prior to announcing, Carl had been soliciting support from “misfits” of the local GOP these past few months, citing a NRCC-commissioned poll which suggested that only he could defeat the Democratic opponent.  Carl told me (and a few other “misfits” of …

Atkins, Gloria, and Maienschein cannot solve the housing shortage they created

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If you are upset by the high cost of housing in San Diego County, throw Brian Maienschein, Todd Gloria, and Toni Atkins out of office. All three sat on the City Council and supported restrictions on development in the earlier part of this century. All three were elected to state legislative offices and all three supported Senator Atkins’ “mortgage tax”; …

California Senate Democrats Advance Voter Suppression Law

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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 …

Which East County Candidates Want To Keep America Great?

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2016 Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump wasn’t an easy pill to swallow for a substantial number of Republicans.  I, like many others, was a #NeverTrumper until soon after the 2016 RNC Convention. Even when he won, I was cautiously optimistic (with the key word being ‘cautiously‘ ). President Trump’s first year in office changed all of that. Justice Gorsuch, tax …