Greenhut: We love presidential edicts

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Steve Greenhut on Facebook… “Yes, it’s now obvious (wasn’t it always?) that both Republicans and Democrats love executive orders. They just differ over which ones they love and which ones upset them. By loving executive orders, it means they relish the idea of the supreme leader issuing edicts. That dispenses with the slow, annoying and oftentimes corrupt system of legislation, …

4th and long for Chargers

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from CalWatchdog.com… “The fate of two of California’s four NFL teams should become much clearer this week. The Chargers have to decide by Sunday, Jan. 15, whether to exercise their option to share a $1.7 billion stadium being built in Inglewood by the Rams or to stay in San Diego despite voters’ sharp rejection of a Nov. 8 ballot measure …

Politico: Faulconer quietly mulling run for governor

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SACRAMENTO — San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer has quietly started discussing a potential run for governor with advisers and prospective donors, according to a former Los Angeles mayor and sources familiar with Faulconer’s deliberations. Faulconer, a Republican who said last year that he would not seek the governorship, remains hesitant, the sources said. But he is tentatively assessing how supportive GOP …

The road ahead for San Diego and CA Republicans

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The following two Op-eds will run in Sunday’s print edition of the SDUT; the first by Tony Krvaric, Chairman of Republican Party of San Diego County on “the way forward” for local Republicans, and the other by Ron Nehring from a statewide perspective… San Diego Republicans face strong headwind Growing up in Sweden I was inspired by then-President Ronald Reagan to come …