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Jack Marino May 11, 2014 at 01:11 pm
How do these three supporters from outside of the district compared to the unanimous RepublicanRead More endorsement of all elected representatives of the 30th congressional district. Which include Mike Antonvich and Michael Reagan. Please visit Mark Reed's website at www.markreedforcongress.com and see the 100's of endorsement in this campaign and past campaigns.
Sean McCarthy October 23, 2012 at 12:48 am
Dan was a good friend . An unapologetic Republican, Dan was a true patriot to the end. God bless youRead More Dan. We will meet again.
Annie Hall November 7, 2012 at 11:17 pm
Dan Carasso was a failure as a husband, and father, he was abusive: fiancially, verbally,Read More emotionally, and physically to his wife and three daughters! Unfortunately he never learned how to love, cherish, and respect his familly--he remained a right wing fanatic, John bircher, and embraced hate as his mantra: hate of women, human decency, animals, democracy, civil rights, and even denied his jewish heritage--and hated the jews! He left a legacy of hate, control, and demented, poverty for his wife and children--leaving Ida with four dollars in her purse, and his daughters with a paltry monthly allowance! where is the love here? Sadly Dan was not loved and feared by his familly as he embraced cruelty, sadism, and contempt for human decency! He was a hyprocrite, and a fraud, as a person and a human being--and embraced the rantings of hitler, and franco---Thank god the alledged man has to deal with his own karma
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robert August 17, 2012 at 05:46 pm
Claim to be for inner city poor but refuse to let them receive vouchers or let them go to any schoolRead More of choice instead of being enslaved in poverty without a chance. The teachers Unions are bullies and don't want to take responsibility for failed schools and teachers.
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Momlee April 9, 2012 at 08:49 pm
How can I put into contex what should be a no brainer. California should declare an emergency toRead More get on the right track. I ask all of you sincerely, do you like our present representation? Do you want to continue our debt and pay more taxes to satisfy the democrats and its radical views? It's impossible to believe that the democratic voters will change. We are in trouble but most voters are so busy with their personal lives and have no idea what is going on and frankly don't believe they can make a difference. When you listen to the local news and read the local papers and turn on KNBC, CNN and all the cable TV stations other than Fox the true facts are not disclosed. Fox now has the largest audience do to the real awakening of them being truthful and communicating the true facts. Finally, If you have half a brain you would never vote for a democrat again. Now that you've been informed are you still going to vote the same old way and let every democratic throw us out with your dish water. Wake up folks...get the facts...don't trust me...do your homework...We are desperate and I hope you will make your vote count.
Toluca Lake Observer April 10, 2012 at 12:28 am
No wonder so many voters are clueless, buying into the elderly-appealing, fear-mongering, right-wingRead More political machine called Fox. Don't believe you are being manipulated? Do some research on Roger Ailes. BTW, many of us see the floundering Republican presidential candidates as living examples of what is wrong with our country. It is clear Obama will crush the right-wing in the coming election. Also, what is a "true fact"? To be a fact, it must be true. Look it up!
Michael Higby April 10, 2012 at 02:58 am
I'm not really sure what the last two comments have to do with the Mayor's race, which isRead More non-partisan. The bottom line is Antonio Villaraigosa could be a Republican (and I guarantee if he lived in a majority Republican city HE WOULD BE) but still be just as horrible as he is. We need fresh new blood. Not people who have been part of the system for decades.
Skraeling November 5, 2012 at 09:15 pm
The Republican party in California is dead, And, deservedly so...Angry older white people are aRead More dying breed...
Gary Aminoff November 5, 2012 at 09:19 pm
Wow, Skraeling. Thank you so much for the laugh. I needed one today.
Skraeling November 5, 2012 at 09:29 pm
Don't worry. Unlike so many of the angry older white folk,who live in fear and dread of the futureRead More and others who might just be different from them, I won't take umbrage at your post. In fact, glad I could help because in SoCal, the GOP has reason to be depressed.
CB White March 1, 2012 at 04:43 pm
CSUN, and the Fruits of Islam sponsored Louis Farakhan to speak at CSUN in the 1990's. Hillel heldRead More an event the same night, not as a protest, but to provide a safe space for the community. Farakhan spouted much in the way of Anti-semetic speech, that I remember several times many Jews on CSUN campus being in danger. I think that ALL spewers of hate should be held at off-campus locations. That seems to solve the issue of first amendment rights violations, and a no-tolerance policy should be established to keep the CSUN community, as well as the community at large safe. As a side note, I have to say that when I met Jesse Jackson at an event, I refused to shake his hand, and told him "welcome to Hymie town"- his referal to Jews. He blanched at that statement, and walked off. I just could not let that go. I wish there could be an environment of acceptance for all!
MiniMax March 4, 2012 at 04:54 pm
Intellectual curiosity not allowed?
Gary Aminoff March 15, 2012 at 12:23 pm
Ahh. Indeed. Intellectual curiosity, especially at Universities should be the norm. UniversitiesRead More should encourage all shades of opinion and let students decide for themselves where truth lies. The Universities of today, while encouraging diversity in ethnicity, do not encourage diversity in thought. If a speaker presents a point of view that does not agree with the Leftist narrative he is unable to speak at most Universities. There is no diversity of thought permitted. Only one particular point of view is encouraged. Therefor, students who only hear a committed liar, such as Mr. Pappe, have no idea that he is not telling the truth because they never get to hear another point of view. So, to answer your question, no, intellectual curiosity is NOT permitted in the University today.
Michael McCue May 10, 2012 at 02:55 am
If anyone can bring a bored audience back to life, it's Kevin James!
Draimanformayor Losangeles August 6, 2012 at 12:20 pm
Show you discontent with the present Administration at Los Angeles City Hall by voting for YJRead More Draiman as Mayor of Los Angeles in 2013. The enormous amount of monies raised by current elected insiders who are running for Mayor of Los Angeles proves that they sold their soul and office to the special interests and that they do not represent the people. Are the people of LA going to let those insiders buy the office of the Mayor or are they going to show some fortitude in ignoring the political deception and vote for a candidate who cares about the people and the City of Los Angeles and not sell the office to the highest bidder. Our city is in its most dire economic condition and on a verge of bankruptcy. Are the people of LA going to wake up and take back their city? When an elected official in Los Angeles performs his duties to the city for the people, he has no reason to campaign for re-election; he will be re-elected based on performance. When an elected official has to raise a fortune from special interests and campaign vigorously, it is a sign that the elected official has not performed the job and duties properly, therefore that elected official is not qualified for any office. YJ Draiman for Mayor of Los Angeles 2013 http://www.draimanformayor.org
Skraeling August 6, 2012 at 04:08 pm
Thisd city is not as "broke" as it says it is and the non ending news stories that it isRead More are becoming more shill. Yet, the system is broken. We now have 15 council members, and a very weak mayoral system to govern and administer over 10 million people. By definition that simply will not work. There is too much money and is being spread around by all in office. I don't care if you are Dem or GOP, you are getting your share. Blame the unions, blame the politicians, they are what we have allowed and we vote for the same people over and over. Now, ethnicity is once again an issue as angry white people either mover to the Desert or out of state taking a tax base with them and the remains are being fought over. This Council and mayor system is simply wrong. There are states that are run efficiently with legislatures, governors, courts....It is time California and especially LA look at reality. It will never happen though...too much money in our system..ports, airports, crony contracts, etc....loose supervision of much....and now, no newspapers to expose the frauds..
Michael J. Fell February 11, 2012 at 04:22 am
Marie Fairman It's quite illuminating that rather than rising to the challenge of supplyingRead More verifiable, fact based, historical information to support for your positions you instead chose to leave the discussion...but not until after you took time out of your life to slam Rush Limbaugh for being a "hateful person". I suggest you consider the entire group of MSNBC as a counter to this allegation...as well as most of the staff employed by CNN, NBC, CBS & ABC, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Time Magazine, Newsweek, etc. Have you ever listened to Rush Limbaugh? I can assure you with complete confidence that I've listened to and/or read the words of each and every "journalistic" enterprise I've mentioned. BTW, the current White House occupant had a huge majority in the House (a majority so huge that every Republicans could have stayed home each day and there still would have been enough Democrats in Congress to legally pass anything and everything they wanted) and a filibuster proof majority in the Senate for the first two years of his term. The results of their policies have been higher unemployment, increasing inflation, MUCH bigger deficits and slower economic growth than America experienced while under the stewardship of their immediate predecessors.
Irene Gibson February 12, 2012 at 06:09 pm
"Every man, wherever he goes, is encompassed by a cloud of comforting convictions, whichRead More move with him like flies on a summer day." Bertrand Russell
Claudia J Andrade Pres. SFVRWF "Valley Girls" February 20, 2012 at 05:28 am
You sir are a True, scholar and a gentleman. Well put sir.
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Gary Aminoff February 1, 2012 at 06:53 am
The headline was designed to be provocative, yes, but the fact is, if you saw the video, that thereRead More are a lot of people who feel that way about Republicans. Bill Whittle takes each of those adjectives and dispels them in the video. The headline is the title of the video. If you watch the video you will understand the headline.
Nikki Maxwell February 1, 2012 at 03:44 pm
Wow. This is brilliant. I happen to fall from a different side of the tree politically, but IRead More appreciate how the info is communicated here. Interesting way to chew on the info. I imagine the meeting next week will be Big Fun!
Marty Vergari February 1, 2012 at 06:39 pm
I DID se the video and made my comments AFTER i watched it. I know what was going on BUT, manyRead More others do not so therefor the headline is offense to me as a Republican. My comments stand.
Sean McCarthy January 29, 2012 at 04:17 am
Mary was a good friend who worked hard and said little. She commanded respect, never demanded it.Read More She was an inspiration to several generations of political activists. The most important lesson she passed on to those who were acquainted with her was to leave your differences of opinion at the door. When you came to her headquarters you were part of a team. I will miss Mary. She is in a better place where there is no need for politics. Imagine!
Pat May 14, 2012 at 02:42 pm
Mr.Aminoff, you may as well say, "All Republicans and Democrats are wealthy" and then ask,Read More "Which Wall Street investment banking firms control the Republicans and Democrats?" Wall Street is the one who has the politicians in their pockets since both parties have bailed out the banks from time to time, the last Administration to do that being Barack Obama's, and prior to his, George W. Bush's.
Joseph May 14, 2012 at 03:33 pm
Just curious how one becomes a "legal" woman/man? or are you referring to immigration?
JW Healy May 14, 2012 at 07:10 pm
Our country began with a two-party political system and it has worked for over 200 years. But, theRead More Republican party has almost completely eroded in California over the past 20 years and look what's happened to our state. We are being called the new Greece. Please, Mr. Aminoff, how can the Republican party resurrect itself in California? We need opposing viewpoints in our state, county and local governments or we may as well wash out to sea.
Toluca Lake Observer January 28, 2012 at 05:45 pm
We know you will continue your squirming for the next four years as our President continues in theRead More post, winning handily over the sad group of opponents
Gary Aminoff January 28, 2012 at 06:43 pm
Dear Toluca Lake Observer, I am not entirely in disagreement about our candidates, however, with allRead More due respect, if you really understood what was going to happen to your medical costs, your personal wealth, and the economy in general over the next four years, I daresay you would be as concerned as I.
Matt February 7, 2012 at 12:16 am
Concerned about health care costs? Then support the passage of California Senate Bill 810 (SB 810)Read More for a modern universal health care system to cover every California resident with comprehensive benefits for life.
Skraeling January 26, 2012 at 07:50 pm
Once again, the Keystone pipeline, while it took 3 years to plan according to K. McCarthy, was anRead More attempt by a large Canadian oil industry giant to build A conduit across some of America's finest lands and water sources in order to send their product NOT to Americans but overseas to S. America and Africa and it is also receiving Chinese money (which, ironically comes from Americans). America exports energy..go figure. As for those thousands of jobs...grossly inflated is putting it mildly and most would be of short duration but the damage that could be done would be long lasting. A similar pipeline, long maintained in Montana burst last year despoiling much of the riparian system of South Central and East Montana...Canadians overwhelmingly opposed the building of this in their own nation. Now, Keystone is going to deal with a hostile Brit.Columbian parliament that will demand more than the US..Easter Provinces have forbidden the use of their waterways as well.
Gary Aminoff January 26, 2012 at 08:33 pm
Jlanes, I appreciate your sense of humor. Thanks for bringing some levity to the discussion.
Gary Aminoff January 26, 2012 at 08:36 pm
Jack, everyone is entitled to his opinion, and you certainly have yours about the Keystone XLRead More pipeline. In case you hadn't noticed, not many people agree with it and the "facts" you state seem to be more opinion that substantiated fact. Nonetheless, as I said earlier further discussion on the issue seems pointless.
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