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Allred at Capitol for victims bill

APRIL 8, 2010 By KATY GRIMES Usually when celebrity media lawyer Gloria Allred makes a public appearance, there is a circus and an entourage of celebrity seekers along with her. However, Allred made an unusual appearance Tuesday before the Senate

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More dirty cops 0

It’s getting heard to keep up with all the dirty cop stories in the papers. Here’s the latest from today’s Orange County Register: “An off-duty Westminster police officer and an off-duty state corrections officer were arrested Saturday night in connection

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Gay politics in the classroom 0

APRIL 5, 2010 With the annual Day of Silence scheduled for April 16th this month, many people still do not know what it is or the agenda behind it. The innocuous sounding title is misleading for what really is an

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Fighting Without Skin in the Game 4

Usually when two sides fight over a contentious issue, both have skin in the game. But when the government fights American citizens, it’s with bully tactics, intimidation, threats and not about the well-being of anyone. Which is probably one of

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Cops as revenuers 0

Expect more stories such as this one in the Sacramento Bee today, in which an 18 year old man was fined $500 for riding a bicycle without a seat (it was stolen) and without brakes. Other news reports suggest that

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Slow erosion of our freedoms 0

March 29, 2010 Many people have noticed just how our rights have been eroded away over the decades. Bit by bit, our rights and liberties have been removed while restrictions to our lives have been added. You can’t smoke in

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Enviros trade in human misery 0

March 29, 2010 One of the most unusual vote-buying scams the Obama administration may have used to pass its health care socialization plan was an alleged promise to two Democratic congressmen to increase federal water supplies to the San Joaquin

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Job Creation Means Unions Jobs 0

I recently gave a speech to two-hundred Republican women on the current state of politics in California and how businesses are being destroyed by the majority party’s regulations, taxes and now, global warming laws. During the speech I asked the

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Hearing details massive state waste 2

March 25, 2010 By KATY GRIMES Sometimes the most informative legislative hearings are the informational hearings. No vote is taken, there is an abundance of tough talk by legislators, mea maxima culps uttered by egregious state agency heads, and everyone

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Important government hearings 0

In case you were assuming that our legislators are working on the state’s broken budget, the following is from today’s Senate Daily File and is a Governmental Organization committee hearing: GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION WRIGHT, Chair 9:30 a.m. – John L. Burton Hearing

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