Why Benghazi Doesn’t Get Any Traction

Elliot Schroeder Elliot Schroeder, Undesignated 12 Comments

It’s been stumping the GOP why Benghazi doesn’t resonate with the public. GOP voters are certainly fired up about it, rightly so. But among the left and independents they just shrug it off, why? It’s a hard question. Considering how it’s believed that American casualties in Vietnam hurt the war effort, it should mean something, right? Or the casualties in …

71st Assembly: Santee Mayor Voepel makes it official; Harrison locks down some big endorsements

Barry Jantz Barry Jantz 1 Comment

If it wasn’t official before that Randy Voepel is seeking the 71st AD seat currently held by Brian Jones… From the Voepel Campaign While it has been the pleasure of my lifetime to serve as Mayor of Santee, I’ve determined it’s time for a new opportunity to serve. That’s why I’ve decided to run for the 71st Assembly District. As …

Never give up fighting for Freedom: In defense of Duncan Hunter

Guest Column Guest Column 13 Comments

Response to the article, Hunter has no clothes…ahem…conservatism, published by Eric Andersen last month (Dec. 19). Guest Commentary by Melory Tsipouria I am not going to hide the fact that I am disappointed with the positions and statements/comments from some of my friends recently about Congressmen Duncan Hunter and Darrell Issa in connection with their votes on the recently passed …

What should Rostra 2.0 to look like?

Tony Manolatos Tony Manolatos 16 Comments

One of the great things about San Diego Rostra is its ability to attract a variety of voices with different political views. Rostra is a center-right site, but local journalists and some well-known Democrats are regular readers and commentators. With monthly hits by unique visitors as high as 20,000, Rostra has become a must read for numerous San Diegans. Where …