Constitution Triumphs Over Becerra, the FACT Act and NARAL

William Del Pilar William Del Pilar Leave a Comment

A conservative Latino’s view on politics… People, regardless of ideology and political party, we must realize, we need constitutional judges because they look at the Constitution to direct them on the law. Constitutional judges protect all ideological sides. When a court like the Ninth Circuit of Appeals rules with feelings, emotions, and ideology, it may be popular, but likely suppresses individual …

AB 2943 and the Cutting Down of the First Amendment

Eric Andersen Eric Andersen 3 Comments

The painting is of Sir Thomas More’s daughter saying goodbye to her father. More was beheaded by King Henry after refusing to acknowledge the State as Supreme Head of the Church of England and refusing to approve the annulment of his marriage to Catherine of Aragon. “And when the last law was down, and the Devil turned around on you–where …

Family, Civility and the First Amendment

Eric Andersen Eric Andersen 4 Comments

My White Supremacist neighbor and my Antifa neighbor were created in the image of  God and as such are endowed with the inalienable right of free speech. However, if we wish to address their lack of civility we’re going to have an impossible battle attempting to do so through more law. “Thousands hacking at the branches to the one striking at the …

You’ll never guess who just sued UC San Diego in federal court.

Daniel Watts Daniel Watts 2 Comments

UCSD’s most notorious student-run humor newspaper just sued the school for free speech violations stemming from the student government’s decision earlier this year to revoke funding from every independent campus media organization. Named as defendants are Chancellor Pradeep Khosla, former student government president Dominick Suvonnasupa, and former financial controller Tristan Britt, all sued in their official capacity. The lawsuit, The Koala v. Pradeep Khosla, et. …

Do Sun Glasses “Sit on your Face”?

Jerome Stocks Jerome Stocks Leave a Comment

A recently placed, then fairly quickly removed, “SPY” sunglass company billboard in Encinitas caused some buzz this week. Some thought it was funny or clever, others not so much. The Outdoor Advertizing Company which owns the billboard claims to have received complaints, but my office did not. So, does this fall under the 1st Amendment, or is it prurient in …

Philip Rivers, Catholic Radio, SD Rally for Religious Freedom… And Condom Hurling

Ryan Purdy Ryan Purdy 3 Comments

Thanks to Philip Rivers, his wife, Tiffany, and local attorney Charles LiMandri who spearheaded a $5.2 million capital campaign to purchase the radio station KCEO 1000 AM, San Diego now has a 24 hour Catholic talk radio station. In turn, thanks to KCEO, I learned last week about San Diego’s Rally for Religious Freedom, tomorrow, Friday, March 23, noon at …