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- I am glad Bowe Bergdahl is free, but what about USMC Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi?
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Category Archives: OpEd
I am glad Bowe Bergdahl is free, but what about USMC Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi?
Exactly two months after former Marine Andrew Tahmooressi was imprisoned in Mexico for a wrong turn, Bowe Bergdahl is released in a prisoner “swap.” Let’s just briefly compare and contrast the situations of Bowe Bergdahl and Andrew Tahmooressi. First, let’s … Continue reading
Posted in California Politics, OpEd Tagged Andrew Tahmooressi, Barack Obama, Bergdahl, Bowe Bergdahl, Chuck Hagel, Duncan Hunter, John Kerry, Mexican Cartels, Mexican Prison, Mexico, State Department, Tahmooressi, UCMJ Comments Off on I am glad Bowe Bergdahl is free, but what about USMC Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi?
It’s My Commute, and I’ll Sing if I Want To
I was driving home the other day, listening to the radio, singing out loud and I felt so free from an oppression I didn’t even know I had. “I am singing in the car!” It was akin to the moment … Continue reading
Posted in OpEd Tagged automobiles, driving, high speed rail, mass transit 2 Comments
If you are a Conservative woman, why do Democrats hate you?
On second thought, the “why” really isn’t important, is it? You are a threat to them and their pre-conceived notions of what a woman is supposed to be, whatever that even is this week. If you’re a woman today who … Continue reading
The War on Plastic Bags
In 2010, California tried to ban the plastic bag. I thought to myself, “Seriously? With all the problems we have?” Now individual cities like Dana Point and Laguna Beach are picking up the torch. I mean, I remember as a … Continue reading
Posted in OpEd Tagged plastic bags 4 Comments
Mood Indigo: Being a Conservative in a Blue State
“Where does a conservative Christian fit in with California politics?” I don’t know; that’s a good question. Let me back up. When I first began my Twitter journey in March of 2007, spurred on by Leo Laporte and his MacBreak Weekly podcast, I … Continue reading
Posted in California Politics, OpEd Tagged Politics and Faith Comments Off on Mood Indigo: Being a Conservative in a Blue State
Glenn Beck & Fox News Still Working Together
It’s hit the new media today and blowing like gale over the internet. Glenn Beck and Fox News parting ways? That’s not exactly what I read in this excerpt on The Blaze announcement: Roger Ailes, Chairman and CEO of Fox … Continue reading
Corruptocrat Maxine Waters
Bruce Brown talks about his opponent, the ethically-challenged Maxine Waters. I strongly encourage you to listen as you may hear things about Maxine that you previously didn’t know. This discussion underscores the importance of this seat for everyone, whether you live … Continue reading
Posted in California Politics, OpEd Tagged Bruce Brown, California politics, corruption, ethics, Maxine Waters, OpEd 3 Comments
“There is a HUNGER for the American Dream”
This is Bruce Brown talking about the minorities in California’s 35th Congressional District which encompasses parts of South Central Los Angeles. He states in this video that the stereotypes most of us have are wrong and the people there are tired … Continue reading
Comedy Night With Nick @Popaditch! #CA51 #catcot
FUNDRAISER EVENT FOR NICK POPADITCH ; DEDICATED WAR HERO AND GRASSROOTS CANDIDATE FOR The 51ST U.S. Congressional District! Come on out and enjoy an evening of fun and laughter with a great candidate and true American Hero; Nick Popaditch! This … Continue reading
Posted in California Politics, OpEd Tagged California 51, donate to nick popaditch, Elect the gunny, Gunny Popaditch, Nick Popaditch, Popaditch Comments Off on Comedy Night With Nick @Popaditch! #CA51 #catcot
“You May Not Be Able to Vote For Me, But I Can Vote For You!”
Bruce Brown, the candidate running against Maxine Waters, will be live streaming a Telethon Money Bomb today, Wednesday 9/29 from 5pm-7pm Pacific time. Listen to hear him discuss conservatism, working with gangs in LA’s inner cities and how he can … Continue reading
Posted in California Politics, OpEd Tagged Bruce Brown, California politics, California's 35th Congressional District, conservativsm, gang intervention, Maxine Waters, Money Bomb, OpEd Comments Off on “You May Not Be Able to Vote For Me, But I Can Vote For You!”
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