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Gov. Jerry Brown will lead the delegation to Mexico next week. (Photo: Patch Archive)
Jim B. July 25, 2014 at 02:07 pm
KMA July 25, 2014 at 02:09 pm
Jim B- hermosa patch- yes that's a hot bed of liberalism- tell us how we are wrong- again?
Jim B. July 25, 2014 at 02:09 pm
Read a blog on here today--California: The Right is Wrong (Again)--your anti-Brown, anti-CaliforniaRead More screeds are wrong-headed and inaccurate.
Chris Olivier of Napa with Senator Bob Huff after Assembly hearing.
Michael July 25, 2014 at 12:18 pm
baloney. This is not what our money should be spent on and not what government is for. If peopleRead More need this then they need to provide for themselves. And statements like this are ridiculous “How can they care about teaching us, if they won’t care if a child dies under their care?”. But so many want to claim that taxpayer's money must protect them from almost everything. Baloney. Personal responsibility is what should be taught to all of our children.
Brainwashed_In_Church July 25, 2014 at 12:54 pm
It's more dangerous to bring a peanut onto an elementary campus than a joint.
rich olivier July 25, 2014 at 01:06 pm
Mr Pantomath, This child is responsible for himself. He does not even attend public school. AsRead More ignorant as the above statement sounds I hope you will never be put in a situation that you may require a life saving device. Most people that die from allergies are not aware they had them. A surprise bee sting can do it. We already have defibrillators placed for such other such emergencies. If you do find yourself in this position....well I'll miss you. God bless
The U.S. House Appropriations Committee voted to include $5 million to build an earthquake warning system. Patch file photo.
SA July 16, 2014 at 11:33 am
Typical Democrat wanting to spend money like Brown’s crazy train. What is an early warningRead More system.. “brace for shock” ? What we need is an early warning system that warns us before a Democrat / Liberal opens his month.
Reginald "Rex" Henderson July 17, 2014 at 06:54 am
Just another extension of socialist Obama...
Rick Crockett July 19, 2014 at 10:38 am
Wow! Talk about Brown-Obama-Democrat Cronyism. Not only can the system be built and installed forRead More less than $500/node, it already has. I helped with one of the nodes with-in the past four years. The system (requiring less than 25 sq.ft. (donated) can be set up similar to a Home WiFi Security Cam with FTP access. Really it can be automatically monitored and maintained for free through a cooperating University. This is merely a $16 million a year hornswoggle going into the crony's pocket. Its dirtier than greedy profit. All that, lying cheating and stealing on top of it. Republicans in office don't deserve to be there because they do not study and know about the communities they represent or what they have already (and recently) funded. They are not doing their jobs in a two party system. Having formerly worked for the DNC the only thing good I can say about democrats is they at least learn their constituencies well enough to manipulate them.
SA July 15, 2014 at 10:57 am
To Robin: You left out all the men getting tanked at the Farmer’s Market and beating the crapRead More out of their wives … What is up with y’all wanting to kill somebody’s ability to grow a business? Y’all are commies …
Virginia Johnson July 15, 2014 at 03:51 pm
It would just be nice if our California Do Nothing Congress would put their time and efforts intoRead More helping our State with real problems instead of making their constituency feel like they are making a difference with alcohol and marijuana leniency laws. This is not real Government in action.
Virginia Johnson July 15, 2014 at 04:22 pm
p.s. Most of our Federal, State and Local Government Parks do not allow alcohol and that is whereRead More many Farmers Markets are located. How is this going to work out?
District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis. Patch file photo.
glenn bernard July 10, 2014 at 11:58 am
When Government gets created just because it is fun to give money and power to a select few, this isRead More what happens. Did you hear about that concept to divide Calif into 6 states? Definitely worth doing IF AND ONLY IF all existing cities and counties were suddenly defunded, totally, and continue to exist in name only, primarily for mail delivery. All cops, firefighters, librarians, street maintenance, etc become state employees.
Batman July 11, 2014 at 01:16 pm
That's the objective Mr. Bernard. And when the states run out of money all the cops and firemen willRead More become federal employees, just as it is in all communist countries.
glenn bernard July 11, 2014 at 03:19 pm
Not too many communist countries remain. Whether big or small, communist or not, Government isRead More always the biggest bully around, which is regretfully, a world-wide phenomenon. "It's all about me," sadly, is the primary motivation for people "in office," elected or otherwise. Getting rid of about 530 bureaucracies in this vast expanse called California…..so that only 6 bureaucracies remain, is a giant leap towards a truly great society (not the damnable thing envisioned by LBJ).
Protesters gathered outside the Murrieta Border Patrol facility on July 1, 2014. Photo courtesy: DailySoCal.com
James Jones July 9, 2014 at 06:30 am
The border is porous because our lying politicians want it that way. Dem's. to capture the vote andRead More republicans to undermine the wage standard of the American workers. if any one believes that this doesn't affect them and their family or that they are immune to the damage - think again Baby!!
Donald Snyder July 9, 2014 at 08:26 am
It's illegal to use our troops to defend our borders. Stupid but true. That law needs to change.Read More Every other country, including Mexico, uses their military. We need to change our laws to keep out unwanted illegals and only receive immigrants through the proper channels. Does that sound like a politician that we voted for? They all sound like that until we elect them and then they do whatever harm to this country they can. We need to find a candidate WHO WILL abide by what the people of this country want, not the fools on the hill. We're still waiting.
Michael Gerzen July 16, 2014 at 05:44 pm
not illegal just breaks a treaty with Mexico. By now I think they have broke it with their militaryRead More coming into the U.S. supporting the Drug Cartels.
Samora Musa July 5, 2014 at 04:12 am
My name is Mrs musa samora,I have been suffering from Ovarian cancer disease and the doctor saysRead More that i have just few days to leave.I am from Libya, but based in Republic du Benin,Africa since ten years ago as a business woman dealing with cocoa exportation,now that i am about to end the race like this,without any family members and no child.I have .1 Million US DOLLARS in Bank of Africa(BOA)Republic du Benin which i instructed the bank to give African union leaders to help sick people around Africa.But my mind is not at rest because i am writing this letter now through the help of my nurse beside me here in my hospital room. I also have .1 Million US Dollars in another bank in Republic du Benin which i want you to claim from the bank and use help less privileged people in your country,but you must assure me that you will take only 40% of the total money and give the rest 60% to the orphanage home in your country for my heart to rest. Upon the receipt of your email that you are willing and capable to execute my plan, i will instruct the bank management to make the immediate transfer into your account. please confirm your interest to Reply me to my email;samoramusa020@gmail.com Sincerely, Mrs musa samora
Patch file photo.
Jay Berman July 4, 2014 at 09:35 am
SDG+E / Sempra will get whatever it wants from the CPUC .. as it is run by former utility executivesRead More ... consumers are screwed in this state ... pay the most ... least reliable .. here in San Diego we import a tremendous amount of electricity on a few transmission systems .. all vulnerable to quakes and fires .. always on the edge because we are at the end of the system ..
Protesters gathered outside the Murrieta Border Patrol facility on June 1, 2014. Photo courtesy: DailySoCal.com
Rick Crockett July 5, 2014 at 10:44 am
Christ was not a socialist, he insisted on individual responsibility. Taxes were shared by rich andRead More poor, a man that did not take care of his family was considered worse than a heathen and I could go on but why waste time on leftists that actually despise the teachings of Christ, After all leftist socialists following their masters Obama and Brown put over a billion dollars into the hands of HAMAS in the GAZA. They too called it charity but it all went to terrorism and resulted in 10,000 missiles fired into Israel all in the name of humanity, democrat's version of humanity that is. Just think how that money could have been used to aid these people in their own countries through real faith based (yeah, Christian) charities. Just think about the income tax payroll from the unemployed union workers that could have helped our economy and bolstered such charities under conservative leadership. Money that is now going to China for California busses and rail transport. A conservatives vision is America for Americans and the left's vision is liberally squandering someone else's paycheck so they become powerless to help themselves, dependent on a government that fosters the same.
yourusmcboyelvises July 7, 2014 at 12:45 pm
hostile yea right flipping the buses and setting them on fire would be considered hostile, funny howRead More the media slants the bs that tries to make it news.
Marcus Boyd July 7, 2014 at 02:52 pm
Actually, flipping buses and setting them on fire is call violent - yelling derogatory epithets andRead More barricading the road in an act of civil disobedience is hostile in every respect of the term - and if you're offended by it - stop it.
Patch file photo.
Dennis Hull July 2, 2014 at 03:12 am
Its curious that "Hobby Lobby" still pays for vassectomies and Viagra (for men), butRead More refuses to pay for contraceptives (for women) on religious grounds???
Christian Beecher July 2, 2014 at 09:17 am
Feeling pretty embarrassed for " the patch" with this article. How did an article thisRead More biased and ignorant actually get published!?!? Certainly does not encourage me to continue receiving information from them.
Mary Taylor July 2, 2014 at 01:32 pm
Jennifer: You honestly think the Conservative Right and corporations are against women? I agreeRead More they are against the ACA, perhaps because the ACA is an unAmerican way to force businesses to do something that is costly and may go against their beliefs, a belief which they are entitled to have. I hardly think they are against women. Do the right American thing and boycott Hobby Lobby. My husband and I boycotted Starbucks because they were allowing customers to openly display their guns, but then the backlash was so frenzied, they reversed their decision and fortunately don't allow guns into their restaurants. That's the American Way. Don't shop or work for companies that refuse to pay for all contraceptives, if that is your belief.
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glenn bernard June 28, 2014 at 05:26 pm
Okay, fine. When will most of the vehicles be driverless, and therefore breezing down the freewayRead More at 85 MPH with nobody paying attention…..and just 3 feet behind the vehicle in front? (and maybe with no need for anybody to buy car insurance)
James Dodd June 29, 2014 at 11:12 am
CTC did not pay for these projects, they only applied our tax dollars to them…jim dodd
glenn bernard June 30, 2014 at 12:20 pm
Jim, let me get this straight……you are informing us that Tax Dollars are used forRead More highway improvements, etc…is this correct?
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Luke Turner June 27, 2014 at 01:52 am
So in other words, you can raise a defense that the breathalyzer was broken (if it was), but not aRead More defense challenging the accuracy of the machines or claiming that they are reporting an incorrect result (see nonspecific analysis of ethanol or inherent measurement error, among others). Another "victory" for MADD and it's ilk to continue to enforce arbitrary and inapplicable DUI law that doesn't take real people or real biology into consideration. Regardless of the fact that the driver is or is not: impaired, not completely sober, demonstratively driving improperly, or hazardous, it is a DUI anyway. Everything is. It is just easier to convict that way when they don't have to deal with the particulars. Of course then that is not the way the DUI will be painted. They must have been some grave violator. The only real "crime" potentially known here is that the person drove after consuming some quantity of alcohol. Once someone DOES cause an accident or a fatality there is obviously an issue here, but by DUI logic, since twice as many fatalities occur each year that are not alcohol related (and that does not mean the same thing as a drunk driver was at fault), we are all criminals just by the nature of driving our cars. After all, since you share only the most basic causal relationship with someone who causes a fatality (driving), nevertheless you are still guilty of their crime. Sounds about like the equivalency done with DUI. Perhaps they should have to have some real evidence of hazard, say with video (to avoid biased or outright dishonest statements), before they throw the DUI label around? I mean, if these drivers are so hazardous, certainly that would clearly be shown on video. If it was not, then why was it not?
Average American June 27, 2014 at 08:50 am
Make no mistake about it, they are going to be coming for your guns eventually, just a matter ofRead More time. They will first go for the "Registry" and I think the more informed of us all know that a registry has preceeded almost every gun grab in history. How did that registry work out for the Jews in WW2?
school bus ninja June 27, 2014 at 08:51 am
None of this would have happened if women put out more. Don't be so stingy with the lovin'. JustRead More sayin.
Paul Hamilton July 10, 2014 at 07:21 pm
When you take the Guns away from honest citizens. All you will have are Armed thugs who have no fearRead More of being shot, an armed citizen is a defense against crime. I personally will fight to keep my guns.
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JHouse June 26, 2014 at 10:25 am
does it look as if manufacturing is just fine here? Check this out.Read More http://www.thetrumpet.com/article/2061.31271.80.0/economy/the-death-of-american-manufacturing
glenn bernard June 26, 2014 at 12:31 pm
Suppose that within a mental evaluation for gun purchase, the citizen reveals a deeply held dislikeRead More and distrust of the Government. Some people would not want this person to be allowed to purchase just for this one "excuse." Suggest everybody focus on getting US corporations to return to the USA (from Asia) for all of their manufacturing. Nothing stops bullets like JOBS!
Nadja Adolf June 26, 2014 at 05:12 pm
Note that this law would NOT have stopped the Isla Vista shooting because the parents did NOT callRead More the local mental health agency as well as the police. Note that by failing to check the California gun registry - available in every patrol car - they would not have even considered issuing such an order because they didn't think there were any firearms in the area - and neither did his parents, apparently. I have a lot of questions regarding this case - and one of them is that given junior had been making violent postings for more than a week or two, why didn't the parents cut off his funds and compel him to return home and be evaluated?
Gov. Jerry Brown. Patch file photo.
usmcboi June 20, 2014 at 11:02 am
eff the gov esp that dbag
glenn bernard June 22, 2014 at 12:18 pm
As soon as Driverless Vehicles become dominant, isn't it likely that we will be able to proceed atRead More 90 MPH on the freeways without paying attention? And just 3 feet behind somebody else. If so, there is no need for "high speed rail."
usmcboi June 23, 2014 at 01:32 am
prob wont hap in your lifetime google cant seem to keep thier robot cars from crashing into thingsRead More people cant drive now let alone try to program it.
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Curmudgeon July 18, 2014 at 07:12 pm
With all due respect to former Speaker of the Assembly John Perez, he is not "emeritus."Read More Any member of the Assembly can be the Speaker, and once they are no longer Speaker, they are a "Member of the Assembly" or "former Speaker." "Emeritus implies that if Perez becomes Controller (he will have my vote) that we would still refer to him as Speaker Emeritus. High school journalism anyone?
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