County Supervisor D2 Race

Eric Andersen Eric Andersen 7 Comments

Candidate “A” vs. Candidate “B” Republicans will be faced with a choice between two conservatives for San Diego County Supervisor D2 next Spring. Who should the GOP endorse “A” or “B”? I think the choice for conservatives is clear. Not only about who should receive the GOP endorsement but about whom is in the best position to win in the …

Judicial Reform Wins in Sacramento

Eric Andersen Eric Andersen 9 Comments

Just law is fundamental to peace and prosperity. Most all of the problems we face are created or made worse by bad law. Civil asset forfeiture is one example. It violates rule of law, due process and the inherent and inalienable right to property. Civil asset forfeiture is a travesty to our judicial system and SB 443 was an attempt to begin …

Christian Republicans for Scott Peters?

Eric Andersen Eric Andersen 66 Comments

This week a number of my friends, well respected Christian leaders, wrote a public letter encouraging Christ followers to vote for the Democrat incumbent Scott Peters in the 52nd Congressional District race instead of the endorsed Republican, Carl DeMaio. They did so on the basis of a moral issue – his position on same sex marriage. As a Christ follower …

Did Conservatives Actually Vote For Proposition A in Encinitas?

Brian Brady Brian Brady 22 Comments

A big victory for the “everything is now everybody’s business” crowd today–Encinitas Proposition A passed, pretty much violating the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.  Proposition A basically required any changes in the City’s General Plan (zoning) to be approved by a public ballot and restricted all buildings to a 30-feet height limit.  It was the …

FRIDAY: Important decision on Private Property Rights… Please Speak Up!

Guest Column Guest Column 3 Comments

See the guest column by Randy Lenac below… Editor’s note… It has been a nearly invisible process to most people in San Diego County, yet may ultimately have a tremendous impact on the right of the citizens to be safe in their knowledge that government can’t simply violate the basic tenet of private property rights.  The decision will answer the …