The Case for the Pendleton Crosses

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The Union-Tribune reported last week that atheist groups are complaining about a pair of crosses in Camp Pendleton serving as a memorial to fallen soldiers. The Pentagon will decide whether the memorial may remain, and litigation is highly likely if it does. Such a lawsuit would misconstrue the meaning of the Establishment Clause, which provides that government “shall make no …

“It’ll sure suck when they take away your Porsche!”

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Occupy San Diego has really been a blessing for those of us who enjoy fascinating—albeit degenerate—distractions. Today I was walking to my office when I saw two (count them, two) protestors posted on the corner of 5th and B, in front of the Wells Fargo building. They were waving their signs at oncoming traffic…and, for whatever reason, they sought validation …

…and she wants to control MORE of our tax dollars?

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Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) announced that her campaign war chest was “wiped out” by treasurer Kinde Durkee. Ms. Durkee faces federal charges for allegedly plundering hundreds of thousands—if not millions—of dollars from Democratic candidates throughout California. Oddly enough, Sen. Feinstein does not know how much money Ms. Durkee stole from her. Why not? Because, according to Politico.com: Feinstein said she …

KEEP CENTRAL COMMITTEE ELECTIONS ON THE PRIMARY BALLOT

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San Diego County Registrar Deborah Seiler’s well intentioned proposal to remove central committee elections from primary ballots would centralize political power in the hands of party insiders, and ultimately undermine the power of the average voter to select candidates for the general election. I have interacted with Ms. Seiler in the past while monitoring the ballot counting process, so I …