La Mesa’s “Peaceful” Protest – “Why are we being left in the dark as the flames grow brighter?”

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Eric Homenick posted a criticism of La Mesa’s leadership and media coverage of the La Mesa riot Saturday in one of the La Mesa Happenings Facebook groups and asked, “Why are we being left in the dark as the flames grow brighter?” I’ve noticed various media and politicians of both parties describing the events in La Mesa on May 30 …

The California Handgun Roster – A New Proposal to Make a Bad Law Worse

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Most California gun owners are familiar with the California Handgun Roster. Those who aren’t can get up to speed here and here. The roster lists handguns that can be sold to law-abiding citizens in California. Handguns not listed cannot be purchased by Californians in stores or on the internet. As with most bad California gun laws, law enforcement is exempt. …

The official Richard Rider Fan Club

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FROM MY FACEBOOK PAGE: Safe spacing? Not here! Masks? No way! It’s my weekly meeting of the official Richard Rider Fan Club. I DID get some blowback when I announced the dues increase. Indeed, some of my fans turned on me.

Do women pro soccer players want equality with men? Yes!! Well, actually, NO!

Richard Rider, Chairman, San Diego Tax Fighters Undesignated 1 Comment

Do the women on the U.S. Soccer Team demand equality with male soccer players?  YES!!  Well, mostly.  Sometimes.  Actually, NOT. IF these wonderful women soccer players TRULY demanded equality, they would be lobbying (and suing) for the chance to play men’s professional soccer, where the salaries for top players can be much, MUCH higher. I don’t know for sure, but …

MAY 18 San Diego County coronavirus deaths confirm that we should end the lockdown

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End the California state and local lockdown mandates.  Sensibly. As of 5/15/20, there’s been 5,662 reported coronavirus cases in San Diego County — a huge county of 3.3 million people. https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/dam/sdc/hhsa/programs/phs/Epidemiology/COVID-19%20Bar%20Graph%20of%20New%20and%20Total%20Cases.pdf Doubtless there were many more cases.  But the symptoms were so mild that the victims didn’t get themselves tested or treated for the virus. Now look at the KEY …