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September 29, 2003
Isn't it amazing that, according to a recent press release that has appeared in most of the local newspapers, Carol Liu thinks the National Guard "deserves to be rewarded and never be penalized for their sacrifices"? Yet, on April 22 of this year, it was Liu who penalized the National Guard when she voted for illegal aliens to receive tuition assistance and against National Guard members for the same benefit. When her constituents learned of what she had done and told her so with a blizzard of calls and letters, she was shamed into sponsoring a bill to provide tuition benefits for the National Guard that became law on Sept.
NEWS
July 28, 2005
I wanted to explain to your readers why I, for one, am proud to have David Dreier represent me in the U.S. Congress. Thanks to Congressman Dreier our economy is growing and we are fighting illegal immigration. I am especially proud that David Dreier believes in the future over the tired politics of the past. His support for free trade has led to more jobs by increasing our exports and has increased our standard of living by making the products we buy less expensive. He supported NAFTA which has increased U.S. exports by over $130 billion, and increased the average family's annual income by nearly $1,000 a year.
NEWS
December 8, 2003
DENNIS MOUNTJOY Over the past century and a half, the California Legislature has passed tens of thousands of laws. Maybe it's time we passed a truth-in-legislating law. It's never too late. If you have any doubts, consider the rhetoric surrounding the short-lived law that would have given valid California driver's licenses to illegal aliens. I voted against the law, and I voted for its repeal. Fortunately, the law had one of the shortest life spans in the history of California legislation -- repealed less than two months after it was signed.
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By Robin Goldsworthy | November 30, 2007
Well, I don’t know if you caught it, but a lively debate among Republican presidential candidates took place this week. ROBIN GOLDSWORTHY is the city editor of the Crescenta Valley Sun. Interested in getting in the discussion? Send comments and questions to robin.goldsworthy@latimes.ciom. Hosted by Anderson Cooper of CNN and YouTube, the debate covered a wide range of subjects including abortion, the Bible, and even the Yankees and Red Sox. The issue that particularly sparked my attention was illegal immigration.
NEWS
June 29, 2005
Allen E. Brandstater If the Glendale Teachers Assn. thinks its interests will be advanced by the comments of its president-elect, Allen Freemon, they better think again ("Our children are counting on us," Community Commentary, Saturday). Freemon writes, "we need to join together to demand fair funding from the state." Demand, sir? Who are you to demand anything of taxpayers, given the pitiful performance of public education statewide? Each fiscal year, from 1997-98 through 2001-02, the California Legislature actually over-appropriated the minimum Proposition 98 funding in the budget.
NEWS
December 11, 2001
Regarding the Case of the interpretation of the American flag display, Proclamation 3044, Nanney vs. Issakhanian, Court of Public Opinion Pronouncements ... Hear ye, hear ye, court is now in session, the Honorable lay Judge A. Reasonable Mann presiding, shyster attorneys, legitimate lawyers, and other interested parties borne with: In his Nov. 19 opening statement letter, "Misquoting the law," attorney/plantiff Issakhanian...
NEWS
November 11, 2006
You don't even have to be alive to vote On Tuesday, I went to vote in Glendale. When I got to the polling place, there were about a half-dozen voters ahead of me in line. Each took out their driver's license and showed it to the poll-watchers, who checked their names on two lists. When I got to the head of the line, I did not recognize or know the poll-watcher. I had never seen him before and he had never seen me before. He probably did not know me from Adam. I did not show my driver's license, for I knew that the California election laws are written so as to not discourage illegal aliens and dead people from voting.
NEWS
June 6, 2008
Protests the lack of protesters It is not true that, “There were no protesters at Monday morning’s ceremony” (“Memorial Day celebrated”, May 30). Among the crowd in Montrose were a number of Friday evening regulars like myself (sans signs of course) and from both sides of the street. Those who exercise our rights of free speech and assembly to oppose the Iraqi occupation, and those who exercise those same rights to support the war and oppose the peace vigil all support and honor those who serve.
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June 6, 2008
Protests the lack of protesters It is not true that, “There were no protesters at Monday morning’s ceremony” (“Memorial Day celebrated”, May 30). Among the crowd in Montrose were a number of Friday evening regulars like myself (sans signs of course) and from both sides of the street. Those who exercise our rights of free speech and assembly to oppose the Iraqi occupation, and those who exercise those same rights to support the war and oppose the peace vigil all support and honor those who serve.
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By Robin Goldsworthy | November 30, 2007
Well, I don’t know if you caught it, but a lively debate among Republican presidential candidates took place this week. ROBIN GOLDSWORTHY is the city editor of the Crescenta Valley Sun. Interested in getting in the discussion? Send comments and questions to robin.goldsworthy@latimes.ciom. Hosted by Anderson Cooper of CNN and YouTube, the debate covered a wide range of subjects including abortion, the Bible, and even the Yankees and Red Sox. The issue that particularly sparked my attention was illegal immigration.
NEWS
October 31, 2007
Getting into the Halloween spirit I?m getting such a hoot out of Halloween these days. It?s even better for me than Christmas! Costume parties are so much more fun than shop, shop, shopping for gifts for people who probably take things back anyway. It?s the costumes that I like. Last year I went as Dracula because the year before I went as Mae West, and I wanted to do something the opposite of glamour. Then at another party I was a skunk. I also wore my skunk costume in the Doo Dah Parade with a sign that said, ?
NEWS
July 28, 2005
I wanted to explain to your readers why I, for one, am proud to have David Dreier represent me in the U.S. Congress. Thanks to Congressman Dreier our economy is growing and we are fighting illegal immigration. I am especially proud that David Dreier believes in the future over the tired politics of the past. His support for free trade has led to more jobs by increasing our exports and has increased our standard of living by making the products we buy less expensive. He supported NAFTA which has increased U.S. exports by over $130 billion, and increased the average family's annual income by nearly $1,000 a year.
NEWS
June 29, 2005
Allen E. Brandstater If the Glendale Teachers Assn. thinks its interests will be advanced by the comments of its president-elect, Allen Freemon, they better think again ("Our children are counting on us," Community Commentary, Saturday). Freemon writes, "we need to join together to demand fair funding from the state." Demand, sir? Who are you to demand anything of taxpayers, given the pitiful performance of public education statewide? Each fiscal year, from 1997-98 through 2001-02, the California Legislature actually over-appropriated the minimum Proposition 98 funding in the budget.
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