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San Diego’s Redistricting Commission Fraud charge


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Fellow San Diegan,

San Diego’s Redistricting Commission is in a “once every ten years” process of drawing new lines for council districts, adjusting for population growth, shifts, etc.

The Commission’s charter requires that commissioners have “a demonstrated capacity to serve with impartiality in a non-partisan role” and that they be San Diego residents.

Commissioner Carlos Marquez is neither of those things.

For starters, he is the co-founder of the New Leaders Council – a labor union front group – and used to work as an SEIU organizer. He is not a run-of-the-mill average concerned citizen, but someone with a clear political agenda.

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Information about Voter Fraud presented by another local Tea Party group

We have discovered how the criminals have been stealing elections, thanks to a man and wife team in Bakersfield. This man lost an election some time back.  He went to bed several thousand votes in the lead with most of the vote counted and to wake up having lost by 197 votes. So they decided to learn how it was done. This is a 2 year study. We want to put a stop to this fraud they found…

Before doing anything, read the election laws for your state.  Know and understand what you can and cannot do.  Remember Minnesota? Ever wonder why some district are called Safe Districts? Safe for who? The crooked Political Party!

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Americans are greatly misinformed when it comes to socialism and communism

Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh Thursday, May 26, 2011

Americans are greatly misinformed when it comes to socialism and communism. Winston Churchill said it best, “socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.”

Socialism is ownership and control by the government of the means of production and of distribution. It is the stage following capitalism in the transition to communism. During this stage, according to Marxist theory, collectivism is implemented imperfectly. Communism, the ultimate utopia, refines this process.

“Socius” is Latin for comrade and ally. You had to be very careful whom you allied with, lest you found yourself in jail or dead. “Communis” is Latin for “shared.” I can attest first hand that nobody shared anything under communism except misery and poverty, except for the ruling elite. Although communism is described in textbooks as having no classes, in reality there were two: the proletariat (the majority) and the ruling elite (communist party members).

The grandfather of all communists, Karl Marx, found a benefactor, Friedrich Engels, the son of a businessman in Prussia, to support him and his family while he sought re-distribution of wealth in his native Russia through “cultural and political revolution.” Karl Marx was your 1960s hippie bum who hated manual labor, finding ways with “ideas” to mooch off rich patrons.

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California and the Ridiculous State of Law in America

There’s reason to rejoice that a California state judge issued an injunction on Friday against the state cap-and-trade scheme (C&T) proposed in 2006.  For one thing, the case’s citation name is Association of Irritated Residents v. California Air Resources Board, and how often does that come along?  Irritated v. CARB would make an awesome name for a rock band.

The judge, Ernest Goldsmith, allowed the other elements of the 2006 law (AB 32) to proceed as planned, so small businesses and truck drivers and others who will be drastically affected by its emission-curbing requirements have no prospect of relief.  The important business of driving business out of California will proceed apace.

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Supreme Court orders California to release tens of thousands of prison inmates

Supreme Court orders California to release tens of thousands of prison inmates

The 5-4 decision represents one of the largest prison release orders in U.S. history. The court majority says overcrowding has caused ‘suffering and death.’ In a sharp dissent, Justice Antonin Scalia warns ‘terrible things are sure to happen.’

Inmates at dinner

Inmates sit for dinner at the California State Prison in Lancaster. A federal overseer of the state’s prison system has suggested freeing the sickest inmates as a way to cut costs. (Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times / June 10, 2010)

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El Cajon Tea Party this Sat. / End of the World Party(I think not)

Will Saturday be the end of the world? Evangelicals party like there’s no tomorrow

By David Gardner

  • Saturday is last day on earth, claims evangelical Christian
  • Harold Camping, 89, wrongly predicted ‘the rapture’ date once before in 1994
  • God’s chosen few ascend to heaven, sinners left behind to face earthquakes
  • Atheists hold parties to celebrate ‘inevitable embarrassment’
  • Christian author calls Camping’s prediction ‘flat-out wrong’

The world will end at 6pm tomorrow according to the followers of an evangelical Christian minister, who claims he calculated the date and time of ‘The Rapture’ by adding up numbers in the Bible.

Harold Camping, 89, is the leader of Family Radio, an independent ministry which spreads its word via a network on 66 radio stations and online broadcasts.

Camping has previously written a book called ‘1994?’, in which he wrongly predicted the end of the world in that year, and was later forced to apologise for a mathematical error.

Watch the videos below…

Harold Camping, 89, from Oakland, California, is certain that Saturday is Judgment Day

The source: Harold Camping, 89, from Oakland, California, is certain that Saturday is Judgment Day

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Obama’s War on Oil

By Peter Ferrara on 5.4.11 @ 6:10AM

As a guest on a black radio talk show recently, I suggested that someone ask President Obama what his plan is for bringing down high gasoline prices.

What a gaffe that question would be. The current high gas prices, and more, are precisely the President’s plan.

President Obama’s Secretary of Energy is former Berkeley physics professor Steven Chu, who said in 2008, “Somehow we have to figure out how to boost the price of gasoline to the levels in Europe.” We still have a way to go to achieve Secretary Chu’s goal. The average price for a gallon of gas in Europe is over $8.


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