Many good statewide elected officials are in jeopardy of being overwhelmed by Queen Meg Whitman's millions. Democrats all over California are mobilizing for the fight of their political lives, and Democrats in the Santa Clarita Valley can help stop the term "Gov. Meg Whitman" from becoming a reality.
On July 13, I was a public speaker chastising Santa Clarita city council member, Frank Ferry, as well as of his harem of council-member devotees, for their self-serving position on raising the campaign contribution limit from $360 to $1,000.
I just got home from marching with the Democratic Alliance for Action in the Fourth of July parade. It sure is fun having friends and strangers alike cheering for Democrats in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Before I address the clergy of Santa Clarita, I must share that my previously scheduled rant about City Councilman Frank Ferry's terrorism comments must be postponed because of a more pressing issue - an issue for which I actually applaud Ferry's stance at a previous council meeting.
There's one thing that the neo-Nazis, Ku Klux Klan, white supremacists, Minutemen, tea partiers and the Republican Party have in common: they all want you to be angry about illegal immigration - very, very angry.
May 11, 2010|
California Attorney General, and Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Jerry Brown made a big splash this weekend at the state Democratic Party's convention in Los Angeles. Republicans who've chided him for "not getting into the race sooner," will soon be wishing he hadn't gotten into the race at all.
April 20, 2010|
Although the exact future impact of the Supreme Court's decision to allow unlimited political spending by corporations is unknown, the wide-reaching detrimental effects on local election campaigns will be inescapable. That is, unless something is done to change it.
February 07, 2010|
It's been two months since my last column. I really want to thank everyone for reading the editorial pages of our illustrious Signal. I especially want to thank everyone who felt compelled to comment on my last column. Isn't this a great country?
There was an amazing sight on Valencia Boulevard April 15: Hundreds of well-off, well-fed, whining white folks lined up, carrying signs, complaining about their alleged desperate plight in life - paying taxes. There was so much unpatriotic hate on the street during the so-called "TEA" party, I thought I was in a Texan secessionist meeting - maybe those folks who hate America so much should all just move to Texas and get the hell out of the United States.