Joel Anderson Earns Key Support From Republican Members of AD71

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Former Senator Joel Anderson earned key support this past week in his bid to become the next San Diego County Supervisor in East County’s 2nd District. Members of the Republican Party of San Diego’s most conservative Assembly District, the 71st,  unanimously pledged their support for Anderson.  Referring to the decision , District Leader Dustin Trotter shared, “Joel gets things done. …

County Supervisor D2 Race

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Candidate “A” vs. Candidate “B” Republicans will be faced with a choice between two conservatives for San Diego County Supervisor D2 next Spring. Who should the GOP endorse “A” or “B”? I think the choice for conservatives is clear. Not only about who should receive the GOP endorsement but about whom is in the best position to win in the …

Folly and the San Diego County Republican Party

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This is not a religious post but it seems apropos here. “As a dog returns to his vomit, so fools repeat their folly.” – Proverbs 26:11 Almost on cue Darrell Issa told CBS Wednesday, “If the President calls and says will you serve your country, the answer always is … you will.” While I’m not surprised at the opportunism of the …

Direct Democracy

Michael Allman and ‘Direct Democracy’

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“When I am elected to Congress, I am going to vote on issues the way my constituents tell me to vote …” – Michael Allman, Candidate for the 52nd Congressional District. Allman hopes to bring his success from the tech world to the 52nd Congressional District by implementing a political “operating system” dependent upon the will of the majority. Absent …

AB 2943 and the Cutting Down of the First Amendment

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The painting is of Sir Thomas More’s daughter saying goodbye to her father. More was beheaded by King Henry after refusing to acknowledge the State as Supreme Head of the Church of England and refusing to approve the annulment of his marriage to Catherine of Aragon. “And when the last law was down, and the Devil turned around on you–where …