Eagle Forum of San Diego Presents: ‘Taking Flight’ Convention–June 10-11th

Gabriella Hoffman Gabriella Hoffman 9 Comments

I am pleased to announce that our Eagle Forum of San Diego Convention is underway! See details below: Ticket prices are as follows: FRIDAY JUNE 10, 2011 – ALL-DAY Leadership Institute Political Training Leadership Institute Training – All Day – Materials and Lunch included in cost-Political Campaign Training at its Bes!!! For Candidates, Campaign Managers, and Volunteers $70.00 FRIDAY EVENING …

A Sit Down with Roger Hedgecock Part IV: The Nanny State, Father Joe’s Villages, Giving Back to Our Military

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This is the fourth and final part of my interview with San Diego’s Roger Hedgecock, nationally syndicated talk show host. He is heard locally on KOGO 600 AM. You can read Part I of my interview with Hedgecock here. You can read Part II here. You can read Part III here. A major theme on Hedgecock’s talk show is the …

Applause for Mayor Sanders

B-Daddy B-Daddy 6 Comments

I have been a harsh critic of Mayor Sanders at times. But I need to give credit where it is due; he worked with purveyors of competing reform plans to come up with a single ballot measure. This increases the odds that a measure will pass, because there will be a unified reform effort. Yesterday’s U-T has the news: The …

Tea Parties outraged with measly $4 billion in GOP budget cuts

Kimberly Dvorak Kimberly Dvorak Leave a Comment

In the world according to House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH), the $4 billion in federal spending cuts that accompanied the two-week Continuing Resolution (CR) allowing the government to stay in business was a good start. In fact his office released the following statement; “Yesterday, the House passed a temporary budget stopgap that cuts $4 billion in spending and keeps the …