Ken Moser Fined $10 Million for His Part In Mo Muir’s Failed Assembly Bid

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Today, the San Diego Union Tribune reported that political marketing consultant Ken Moser was fined $10,000,000 by the Federal Communications Commission for his role in the the 2018 76th Assembly District Primary Election. “A San Diego-based telemarketer was fined nearly $10 million on Wednesday for making tens of thousands of spoofed robocalls in 2018 in a California Assembly race, the …

First 2020 Presidential Debate Winner is Biden. So, why do Biden supporters want debates to stop or change?

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The first Presidential debate of 2020 was a brawl. President Donald Trump serially interrupted former Vice-President Joe Biden, while Biden personally insulted Trump with name-calling. Biden called Trump a liar, racist, and clown. Social media users found it cute to say “nobody won and everybody lost.” But that’s not true. CNN reported that over 60 percent of its viewers declared …

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death is both a loss and a legal opportunity

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Count us proud that longtime SD Rostra writer Brian Brady was asked by The San Diego Union-Tribune to provide a Republican perspective on the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The SDUT asked various San Diegans to write about her passing. Below is a link to Brady’s commentary. Commentary: I’m a Republican. Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death is both a loss …

Trump, the flaccid hope of Deplorable America

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Let me start off this post by suggesting you follow Greg Swann’s overnight news on Bloodhound Blog. Started in 2005, Bloodhound Blog became a group real estate blog, speaking to the independent real estate broker and lender about how to compete against PropTech 1.0 and FinTech1.0. by using their strengths against them. Dormant for a period of years, Greg re-booted …

Criticizing George Soros-funded candidates is NOT Anti-Semitic

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Two years ago, the Anti-Defamation League attempted to shut down any critique of candidates funded by George Soros as “Anti-Semitic Hate Speech”  If, for example, you criticize the many District Attorney candidates to whom he donated, and cite that they are pursuing an agenda which Soros himself set, five years ago, The ADL says that you are an Anti-Semite: A …

Darrell Issa is A Second Amendment Hero

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“Darrell Issa is a Second Amendment Hero.” Those aren’t my words but rather the words of Gun Owners of America, back in 2012. In it’s most recent ranking, Gun Owners of America described Congressman Issa’s record as a “Pro-Gun Voter: philosophically sound.” The National Rifle Association gave Congressman Issa an “A Rating” and invited him to speak about the “Fast …

Should the San Diego County Gun Owners PAC Endorse Julie Thunder For Encinitas Mayor?

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Should the San Diego County Gun Owners PAC Endorse Julie Thunder For Encinitas Mayor? In a word, “No”. In a phrase, “No. She didn’t ask for the endorsement and will probably reject it.” Michael Schwartz is the Founder and Executive Director of the San Diego County Gun Owners PAC, of which I am a founding (and current) member. He endorsed …

Biden / Harris 2020

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You just spent $2.3 million on your 900 sq ft condo, with sweeping views of the bay and bridge. It SOUNDS expensive but this is “The City” (as is written on the NBA team’s jerseys) .  You bought this place because of the exclusive access to the expansive rooftop deck. You’re proud of this purchase because it represents that you …

Plodding Through the Kenneth Moser Revelation

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Last Friday, Jesse Marx at Voice of San Diego published a detailed (and well-documented) article about how Phil Graham’s 2018 Assembly campaign was derailed by an independent expenditure committee’s libelous robo-calls. In that article, Kenneth Moser, owner of Marketing Support Systems (MSS), disclosed his response to the FCC. On page 4 of  that response, Moser said: “MSS was referred and …

Their father’s hell did slowly go by

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Just this past week, a video was uploaded to social media, showing teenage-ish boys skateboarding on the granite walls of the Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial Monument. Fox 5 has the story and video. “A skateboarder caused controversy Monday after a video surfaced of him riding across the sacred walls of the memorial honoring military members at Mt. Soledad. “Over 5,000 …

Is President Trump in Trouble for 2020?

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Rachel Bitecofer, a newish political strategist who called the 2018 Democratic wave has released her 2020 model and it doesn’t look good for the President and his party: Bitecofer has already released her 2020 model, and is alone among election forecasters in giving the Democrats—who, of course, do not yet have a nominee—the 270 electoral votes required to claim the presidency …

Endorsements– Republican Party of San Diego County Central Committee for the March 2020 Presidential Primary Election

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The Central Committee of the Republican Party of San Diego County (RPSDC) is the governing body of the local Republican Party. Every four years, registered Republicans vote for up to 6 members to represent their “District”.  Mostly, through attrition or targeted removal by arcane and subjective “rules” enforcement, the voters’ will is overturned to appease special interests. Six years ago, …

Bloomberg v. Trump in November

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San Diego Congressman Scott Peters endorsed Mike Bloomberg for President this morning.  It’s a crafty endorsement for Peters because Bloomberg is an “outsider” but hardly an “outlier”.  Bloomberg was a successful disrputor in the Wall Street information business and built an admirable financial multi0media network.  Most recently, Bloomberg served as the 108th Mayor of New York City from 2002-2014. Peters …

Hoops with District 7 City Council Candidate “Holy” Noli Zosa

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Noli Zosa knows what it’s like to be the underdog.  Most everybody in town is celebrating the Aztecs undefeated basketball season (20-0 as of 1/24/2020), but yesterday, Noli and I watched a young, athletic Toreros team fall for the 14th time this season to Santa Clara University.  Noli is an undergrad and law school alumnus of the University of San …

Poway Resident Chris Cruse Questions Charitable Nature of Steve Vaus’ Carols By Candlelight

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I think it’s safe to say that Poway activist Chris Cruse doesn’t care for Poway Mayor Steve Vaus. In 2009, when Vaus spearheaded the recall effort of Council Member Betty Rexford, Cruse suggested that he was leveraging his “Carols By Candlelight” website to promote his political campaign for Council: “The website stevevaus.com has a link to recallrexford.com. And Poway resident …

Why Tulsi Gabbard Is The Greatest Presidential Candidate For Whom I Will Never Vote

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I admire Tulsi Gabbard.  I won’t vote for her; her ideas about government’s relationship to the economy and individual economic choices are statist but I love her non-interventionist message.  (Inlookers might look at my first post on San Diego Rostra, and read from there). I admire that she isn’t afraid to be a guest on Tucker Carlson or go on …

Tulsi Gabbard draws a bright line with Trumpian rhetoric aimed at Clinton

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Tulsi Gabbard is no libertarian; I get that.  But Gabbard is the only Democratic Presidential candidate who is talking about shrinking the footprint of the American military in the world and that is worthy of discussion.  Gabbard escalated her feud with Secretary of State Hilary Clinton, saying in a one-minute YouTube video, “Hillary Clinton, Your foreign policy was a disaster …