Beating a dead horse back to life!

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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? http://www.scotuswiki.com/index.php?title=Ysursa_v._Pocatello_Education_Association

Rexford Recall Burning with New Revelations

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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 …

Life Guards on the Beach

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Ever wonder what lifeguards at the beach do on an average summer weekend? Here’s a small taste of some incident’s covering just the northern half of Encinitas’ beaches last weekend. 1.     Friday September 28th, at 14:35 Moonlight Beach a 15yr Male struck his head on ocean floor. He was transported to Scripps La Jolla TraumaCenter. The boy suffered spinal injuries, confirmed fractures  reported via his Mother – …

2nd Amendment in Escondido

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North County –   The San Diego Union Tribune covered the recent Open Carry event in Escondido and not all city councilmembers were happy about it.    The group of law abiding citizens who stand for the 2nd Amendment and the right of individuals to carry firearms gathered in Escondido to express their 1st Amendment rights about the 2nd Amendment. …