Las Vegas: An Asteroid Did Not Fall From The Sky

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Guest Commentary by Casey Gwinn, Esq. Professional gambler Stephen Paddock committed the worst mass shooting in the history of the United States. He killed 58 people (so far) and injured more than 500. Right after the carnage, his brother Eric said “an asteroid fell out of the sky” because his brother gave no indications “at all” that he was on …

Sheriff Gore is willingly refusing to obey the law

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Guest Commentary by Hon. Rob McNelis An injustice is happening in San Diego County. And, the person causing the injustice is the county’s top law enforcement officer, Sheriff Bill Gore. Sheriff Gore is denying the Second Amendment rights of San Diego County residents who want to carry concealed firearms outside of the home. Gore has set-up secret, undisclosed internal policies …

San Diego and Orange County GOP chairmen both ask Mayes to resign as Assembly Republican Leader

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Tony Krvaric and Fred Whitaker, the respective chairmen of the San Diego County and Orange County Republican Parties, today asked Assemblyman Chad Mayes to step down from his position as Assembly Republican Leader, following Mayes’ support last week of extending the Cap and Trade program. Here is the letter from Krvaric… California Assembly Republican Leader Chad Mayes State Capitol, Suite …

American Health Care Act an Important First Step

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Guest Commentary by San Diego City Councilmember Scott Sherman There’s a reason Congress has approval ratings in the single digits – they never seem to keep their promises, unless it means spending more money. That’s why it is nice to see House Republicans like Darrell Issa following through on their commitment to fix our healthcare system. Most people don’t appreciate …

Hedgecock: Qualcomm site proposal should be rejected

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Background: A group of hedge fund investors have written an initiative which, if approved by San Diego voters, would give the investors development rights for 216 acres of city-owned land at Qualcomm Stadium and the former Chargers training facility. They propose mixed-use development of the Qualcomm site that would include retail, offices, hotels and a soccer stadium. Guest Commentary by …