Tag: San Diego

Contributor Post Created with Sketch. The Big Lie: Protecting Our Borders

 

If you were told that “Obama says it’s okay to come to the US,” wouldn’t you make the trip? That’s what people in Mexico are told, and they are also learning that they only need to say the right words to be able to stay here: “political asylum.”

Based on a piece produced by KUSI TV in San Diego, it’s clear that the Obama administration has no regard for the American people or for protecting our borders. Daniel Plante, a reporter with the TV station spoke to Chris Harris of the National Border Patrol Council about the current border issues in San Diego.

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Contributor Post Created with Sketch. In Foreign Policy Speech, Hillary Eviscerates The Donald

 

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The Daily ShotYesterday, Hillary Clinton gave a major foreign policy speech in San Diego. If you’re interested in seeing it for yourself, the video is here, and the transcript is here. However, we watched it all (35 minutes worth) so you don’t have to (and you damn well better freakin’ love us for it). In the speech Clinton laid out how her ideas for a “smart and disciplined foreign policy” contrast with Donald Trump’s, which she called “dangerously incoherent” and “not even really ideas – just a series of bizarre rants, personal feuds, and outright lies.”

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I cruise through life content most of the time. Occasionally, though, a peculiar convergence of sunshine, azure sky, gentle breeze, and felicitous song will deepen that outlook. For a few savory minutes, the contentedness mellows into a sense of serene pleasure. All the parts of my world have blended into a lovely tune. This happy confluence of elements occurred more than […]

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We took a family vacation to the Pacific seaside community of La Jolla (San Diego). We encountered two unexpected people. One was dead. When we arrived, it was hard to miss the palm trees lined in a row along the beach front, six or seven stories tall, bending in the breeze, with a clump of foliage at […]

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I wrote this in the summer of 2006 for our neighborhood newsletter. It’s a bookend for Merina’s piece that came out at the beginning of the month.  Early on the Sunday morning of July 30, our two girls and I will be climbing into an overloaded Subaru with a pair of disgruntled cats. We’ll be making the long […]

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Last Wednesday we all met at En Fuego Cantina and Grill -in where else? Del Mar, Ca. If you haven’t experienced what Troy Senik says are more like joyful reunions than meetups, you should definitely go to ricochetmeetup.com to see how much fun we’ve had over the last few years and to get the scoop […]

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