Texas Church Shooting, Legally Armed Citizens, and Media Bias

San Diego County Gun Owners Rostra General Posts, San Diego County Gun Owners Leave a Comment

Last week we saw another church shooting, this one at the West Freeway Church of Christ in the city of White Settlement, Texas. This incident was ended just six seconds after it began by an armed citizen volunteer of the church security team. Media coverage was predictable. Church shootings are an unfortunate reality in our society. There have been at …

Beginning a Big Year for CA

Assemblymember Marie Waldron Assemblymember Marie Waldron Leave a Comment

     The State Legislature returns on January 6 to complete the second half of the 2019-2020 session. 120 California legislators – 80 Assemblymembers and 40 Senators — will assemble in the State Capitol to begin work on some of the most consequential issues that have faced our state.      It’s likely that around 3,000 bills will be introduced …

The 2,000-year-old blog

Barry Jantz Barry Jantz 1 Comment

As is my custom for nearly 15 years… And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed. And all went to be taxed, every one into his own city. And Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth, into Judaea, unto …

Should You Consider Concealed Carry?

San Diego County Gun Owners Rostra General Posts, San Diego County Gun Owners 3 Comments

While working an RSO shift at the range last week I had the opportunity to speak with two gentlemen on the subject of concealed carry. One man was very interested and had permits in numerous states but not California. His buddy felt like he had no need to carry and cited several mutual friends that felt the same way. Carrying …

Duncan Hunter: My Boss, My Friend

Mike Harrison Mike Harrison 2 Comments

Published in the San Diego Union Tribune, Dec 20, 2019 For over 25 years, I’ve had the distinct honor of working for both Duncan Hunters.  I started with Duncan L. right out of college, an opportunity to work for my own Congressman on issues I cared about.  What started as an internship, culminated into a career of service. When Duncan …

Poway Resident Chris Cruse Questions Charitable Nature of Steve Vaus’ Carols By Candlelight

Brian Brady Brian Brady 2 Comments

I think it’s safe to say that Poway activist Chris Cruse doesn’t care for Poway Mayor Steve Vaus. In 2009, when Vaus spearheaded the recall effort of Council Member Betty Rexford, Cruse suggested that he was leveraging his “Carols By Candlelight” website to promote his political campaign for Council: “The website stevevaus.com has a link to recallrexford.com. And Poway resident …