San Diego County Gun Owners Calls for Nathan Fletcher to Resign

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San Diego County Gun Owners (SDCGO), a political action committee promoting Second Amendment Rights, is joining in the chorus of elected officials, community leaders, and organizations who are calling for San Diego County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher to resign. Fletcher’s comments made to California Democratic Party supporters called the more than 1 million Californians who have signed the petition to recall …

Put Your Past in Your Behind – 2020 is Finally Over!

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We can finally close the door on 2020! While the effects of this challenging year will likely be felt for some time, we can now embrace a fresh, new year with energy and optimism. Hakuna-matata! If you’ve read my articles you know I’m a big proponent of being informed. It’s impossible to make good decisions without good information. Responsibility for …

Responding To The Ammo Shortage – Is It Hoarding or Just Being Prepared?

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Gun owners that shoot once or twice a year may not have noticed, but the rest of us have been experiencing a severe ammo shortage for the past six months or so. There’s been a great deal of discussion on the internet regarding the culpability of ammo manufacturers in the shortage. Gary Brennan, President of the San Diego County Wildlife …

Why Do You Need a Gun? What Are You Afraid Of?

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Have you ever been asked why you need to carry a gun? Was it paired with what are you afraid of? Sometimes these questions are asked by those who truly don’t understand and want to learn. Other times they’re asked in a snarky way by anti-Second Amendment types. In either case your answer is important as its an opportunity to …

Ammar Campa-Najjar, Georgette Gómez, Akilah Weber, several Republicans all early names for 79th Assembly

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Following Gov. Gavin Newsom’s announcement yesterday of California Secretary of State Alex Padilla as VP-elect Kamala Harris’s replacement in the US Senate, many eyes were on Newsom’s next decision: Who would he nominate to replace Padilla? Some if not many thought it could be local San Diego Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, already announced as a Secretary of State candidate in 2022. …

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From Michael Schwartz‘s Facebook page. Published here with his permission. It is well worth being able to publish it.   This story is relevant to nothing, but a detail about its memory occurred to me recently so I thought I would share. I told my wife Laura about it and even shed a tear thinking about it. In the 80s when …

Inside a Recount: Secrets of the Registrar of Voters

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Inside a Recount: Secrets of the Registrar of Voters By: Justin Schlaefli I had the privilege of being an official observer in the recent recount for the Santee City Council, District 4 race. Upon certification on December 3, Dustin Trotter was determined to be the winner of the City Council contest with a five vote lead out of 7,835 total …

How Far Will It Go? – The Loss of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness

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We are now almost ten months into our two week “flatten the curve” restrictions. The effect the restrictions had or didn’t have on the spread of the virus is still being debated. The devastating economic impact the restrictions have had on millions of Americans is not up for debate. Nor is the impact of the restrictions on our fundamental rights …

SDUT: Election shake-up in San Diego bodes well for envisioned $177 billion rail expansion

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Bodes well? That’s the Union-Trib headline anyway. The sub-headline also says, “With a high-speed rail proposal headed for a ballot-box showdown, some Republicans vow to block the needed tax hike” One of them is former State and County GOP Chairman Ron Nehring, recently elected to the Crest/Dehesa/Harbison Canyon/Granite Hills Planning Group. You can read his comments in the story linked …

San Diego Democrats Request Recount, Suspect Election Fraud

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Yesterday, the Chairman of the San Diego Democratic Party, Will Rodriguez-Kennedy, sent a letter to Michael Vu, the Registrar of Voters of San Diego County. In that letter, he requested a recount for the District 4 Election for Santee City Council. Mr. Rodriguez-Kennedy first asked to see all of the rejected mail-in ballots and provisional ballots, including the ballot envelopes …

CCW Lifestyle Series # 12 – Situational Awareness and Color Codes

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The following is part of a continuing series of articles intended to provide a starting point for those new to concealed carry. There is much to learn and great satisfaction to be had but figuring out where to begin can be daunting for newcomers. The intent of the series is to provide useful information for those beginning the transition to …

Thanksgiving for Gun Owners – For What Can We Be Thankful?

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Happy Thanksgiving to one and all! Hopefully everyone enjoyed a great Thanksgiving holiday with family and friends and violated as many of governor Newsom’s unlawful orders as possible. California gun owners may feel the current situation is bleak, but I would argue we have much for which to be thankful. Consider the following: Second Amendment (2A) related lawsuits – There …

Anderson locks up Supervisor victory

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In one of the tightest — and most exciting — races for a San Diego County Board of Supervisors seat in history, former State Senator Joel Anderson has edged out Poway Mayor Steve Vaus by 282 votes in District 2, a mere one-tenth of one percent of the nearly 290,000 ballots cast in the contest. It’s been a long four …

San Diego County Board of Supervisors Turns Blue

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A conservative Latino’s view on politics… Upon entering local politics in 2015, I learned the San Diego County Republican Party (SDCRP) is one of California’s most successful! It’s where Republicans thrive, with the board of supervisors showcasing our dominance since the 1990s. Unsurprisingly, that’s come to a crashing end! Reading the San Diego News Desk article, “Democrat Victories in San …

Gunsite Alumni Shoot (GAS) – It’s a Family Affair

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As a gun owner and writer I’ve always emphasized two things: guns are more fun if you actually shoot them and every gun owner should train regularly. This past October I combined those two ideas by taking a five day intermediate pistol class at Gunsite Academy in Paulden AZ. and staying for the GAS match on day six. The Gunsite …

Updates on two close San Diego races: Supe and Santee

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A couple of updates on two East County races, the closest in the region: County Supervisor Only 716 provisional ballots were processed countywide the last five days. 105 of them, or 14.66 percent, were marked in the District 2 Supervisor race. Joel Anderson got 52, Steve Vaus got 53. Anderson still leads by 283 votes. 7,000 countywide ballots are left …

Ken Moser Fined $10 Million for His Part In Mo Muir’s Failed Assembly Bid

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Today, the San Diego Union Tribune reported that political marketing consultant Ken Moser was fined $10,000,000 by the Federal Communications Commission for his role in the the 2018 76th Assembly District Primary Election. “A San Diego-based telemarketer was fined nearly $10 million on Wednesday for making tens of thousands of spoofed robocalls in 2018 in a California Assembly race, the …