Chula Vista’s Flawed Appointment Process, Different Politicians, Same back rooms deals

Right Vu Right Vu 8 Comments

Just a few short years ago (4 to be exact) the City of Chula Vista went through an appointment process to fill a seat that was vacated by Patty Davis due to illness. The process was similar to other appointments prior for Port Commissioner, but was deemed flawed by many in Chula Vista, including liberal politicians Pamela Bensoussan and Rudy …

Sunday’s Washington Post Details ACORN in Crisis More Than A Year Ago

Darrell Issa Darrell Issa 1 Comment

Tune in tomorrow morning to Fox News Sunday w/Chris Wallace as ACORN CEO Bertha Lewis and I have what I’m sure will be a spirited discussion. In the meantime, the Washington Post has a game-changing story in Sunday’s paper that includes a depiction of an organization in crisis going back to 2008 – the Post has obtained notes from an ACORN board meeting from August of 2008 that are very revealing.

Is D1 Now Democratic?

Vince Vasquez Vince Vasquez 6 Comments

Is the City of San Diego’s District One now firmly in the Democratic column? I was rummaging through some of my old computer files this morning, and came across some interesting 2007 voter registration numbers from the City Clerk’s Office. Comparing them to the most recent voter reg report, which you can find online here, shows two important things: 1) …

Celebrate Constitution Day Today!

Assemblymember Marie Waldron Assemblymember Marie Waldron 2 Comments

On September 17, 1787 our Founding Fathers ratified the Constitution of our great nation. On the 222nd anniversary of this event, what have we become as a country? The Constitution and its Amendments were created by a freedom loving group of people who had fought the hard fight and won. They fully understood what it was like to live under …