The Turko Files Reports!!

Jerome Stocks Jerome Stocks Leave a Comment

A project has been trying to get off the ground since the City purchased the property in 2001. It has caused two seperate CEQA lawsuits and cost over a million dollars to get through the environmental impact report and legal fees. What was the City proposing? A cement plant? A power plant? A smelting plant? Nope, nope, nope. The City …

We’re Conserving Too Much and Now We’re Gonna Pay

Mark Kersey Mark Kersey Leave a Comment

You may have caught this article in today’s U-T regarding area water districts’ dilemma over the fact that San Diegans have taken their water conservation campaigns to heart. In some districts water usage is down 20 percent or more over the same period last year, causing water district revenues to fall accordingly. As such, many district managers say their boards …

9/11 – A Call to Action

Assemblymember Marie Waldron Assemblymember Marie Waldron 1 Comment

Remember how our country united after the 9/11 attacks?  Everyone’s individual recollection of that day is still vivid in our mind’s eye.   Now, eight years later we the people are fighting another attack – on our liberty.   Our spirit and our resolve as one nation that we espoused after the terrorists downed the Trade Center and hit the …

Talk Radio making Comeback

Jim Sills Jim Sills 2 Comments

Good news this week on two fronts for conservative Talk radio in southern California. (1) Roger Hedgecock picks up a prestigious Los Angeles station for his syndicated show, as KFWB am-980 now carries him live from 3 to 6 pm. Getting a top station in a new  major media market is a  break-through for the “Radio Mayor”. (2) KFI drive …

Beating a dead horse back to life!

Quaker Quaker Leave a Comment

Very little time to post a “real” entry today, so the link below is offered as food for thought… and it makes me hungry!  What are your thoughts?  Now that Paycheck Protection has passed SCOTUS muster, should “powers that be” within the state of Kalifornia once again pursue an Idaho-styled initiative statewide?  If so, when?  in 2010, or 2012?

Rexford Recall Burning with New Revelations

Vito Andolini Vito Andolini Leave a Comment

The recall effort against Poway City Councilwoman Betty Rexford is gaining significant momentum.  Most anyone who knows or hears of the Betty shenanigans is quite incensed that an elected official would use the power of office to push the city into going after her neighbors. But,  new information makes some of that seem to pale in comparison.  The latest just …