Why Ted Cruz Is The Rightful Heir To Lead The Ron Paul Liberty Movement

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I first learned about Senator Ted Cruz on Facebook.  A lady I with whom I was connected, from the Ron Paul 2012 campaign, volunteered on Ted’s Texas Senate race.  Not long thereafter, the Republican Liberty Caucus endorsed Ted’s Senate Race as well as Senator Rand Paul and, the champion of the Constitution, Congressman Ron Paul.  In May, 2012, Ron and …

Ron Paul Comes to San Diego – UPDATE

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W.C. Varones and Left Coast Rebel attended the Ron Paul event held yesterday at UCSD. W.C. has a great post on the event. Left Coast Rebel is promising one. From W.C. Varones’ blog: He hit on all the topics you’d expect – the war on drugs, the debt and deficit, central planning, the TSA, big government destroying the economy, the …

Defense Spending – Republicans Don’t Get It

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Budget “cuts” for the Department of Defense proposed by Obama are fairly responsible as far as I can tell. But Republicans are already criticizing the administration’s proposals. Predictably, John McCain called the cuts unacceptable. So what are the facts? Most of the spending cuts come from winding down the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. The base budget of the Pentagon …

Eight Votes! Romney Wins Wild Night

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  If you like politics and social media you loved Tuesday night’s Iowa caucus. Here are some of the tweets and stories that surfaced as the final votes were counted, and a few from Wednesday morning:   View the story “New Story” on Storify] ________________________________________________________________________________________________ You can hear Tony Manolatos talk politics and media with KOGO’s LaDona Harvey every Friday …

Does Maas miss good journalism or is ‘Sinko DeMaio’ his real end game?

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Your weekend news aggregator leads off with the most interesting local stories of the week and includes links to stories about statewide politics, presidential politics and social media. A DeMaio Documentary might surface if there is any decent dirt to dig up on San Diego mayoral candidate Carl DeMaio, said Republican developer Fred Maas. The project is in the infant stages …

Huge day for SD Unified, Maas sets his sights on DeMaio, Newt’s promise and more

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There is a lot going on. Too much to wait for a weekend roundup. So here is your weekday news aggregator: The San Diego Unified School District is expected to find out at noon today whether deep cuts and a takeover are around the corner for the state’s second largest school district. Follow @kyamamura @MaureenMagee and @voiceofsandiego on Twitter for the …