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March 10, 2001
It's like the Armenian Genocide issue where the same positive and negative plethora of words, including mine, keep coming back boringly and endlessly long after there is any hope that any minds are likely to change. Andrew Carrasco once again brings us back to the James Rogan and Adam Schiff election campaigns with "Jim Rogan still on the minds of readers," March 3. Rogan is still on my mind because every day I feel blessed that Adam Schiff has replaced him in Congress.
NEWS
March 3, 2001
As I read of the deepening pardon scandal, my thoughts turn to former U.S. Rep. Jim Rogan. On a local level, voters of the 27th Congressional District turned him out of office for his role as a lead prosecutor in the impeachment of Bill Clinton. The Democratic National Committee rated the 27th Congressional District race between incumbent Rogan and challenger Adam Schiff as the No. 1 race of importance. That means that since this race was the top priority of the DNC, funds would first go to this race over any other congressional race.
NEWS
July 28, 2007
Local impeachment committee on TV Local television host Vrej Agajanian will interview members of the local Impeach Bush-Cheney Committee, including Dick Seeley, Sharon Weisman, Moe Mansouri, Elliott Graham, Louisa Causia and Mike Gomez, on ABCTVLIVE with Vrej Agajanian from 11 a.m. to noon Sunday on Charter Communications Cable Channel 26. They will discuss reasons to impeach President Bush and Vice President Cheney as well as a...
NEWS
October 31, 2000
This is in response to John Queen's letter of Oct. 18, with his reasons for not returning Rep. James Rogan to office. His first point of attach was Rogan's part in the impeachment proceedings. He stated that President Clinton's lying about his sexual peccadilloes was not a reason to try him for impeachment. Queen's first error is that the president was on trial not for lying about his sexual misbehavior, but for lying, period. To lie under oath is committing perjury.
NEWS
October 19, 2000
There are, oh, so many reasons not to vote for James Rogan, but for me, two stand out. The first is is his spectacular lack of a sense of proportion: impeachment for lying about sex, the comparison of women who have made the wrenching decision to abort to members of the Ku Klux Klan, and blaming the ills for our schools on teacher unions. The second derives from the fact that the presidential election is a tossup. This raises the possibility of an all-Republican presidency, Congress and Supreme Court.
NEWS
June 7, 2000
I always find it fascinating how liberals, when they cannot defend a point, will completely change the facts to a defendable position. It is a shame that so many of your liberal letter writers are either completely ignorant of the articles of impeachment and have sheepishly bought into the liberal politician and liberal media lies or worse, are knowledgeable and continue to spread falsehoods. Rep. Jim Rogan has no need to comment on the peccadilloes of Democrats or Republicans.
NEWS
January 3, 2000
Chuck Benedict A New Year's Resolution: "In evaluating others, I will be fair and reasonable." Sounds simple, doesn't it? But human beings are only human, prone to err on the side of prejudice. Nowhere is such a resolution more difficult to sustain than among those swept into the muddy segment of political fandom. When President Nixon was caught in deceit, many who live to the left of your house screamed that the man should be impeached. Generally, these eager-to-convict, would-be protectors of our nation's integrity ignored the fact that Nixon was in office because of the will of the people.
NEWS
November 9, 2000
Claudia Peschiutta GLENDALE -- Experience and money are not enough to win an election. Despite his four years in Congress and a $6-million campaign, Rep. James Rogan (R-Glendale) on Wednesday morning found himself calling to congratulate state Sen. Adam Schiff (D-Glendale) on his win in the 27th Congressional District race. Rogan's early lead on Tuesday night quickly dwindled. When results from all of the area's 363 precincts were reported on Wednesday, Schiff came out the clear winner with 52.76% of the vote, while Rogan took only 43.76% of the ballots cast.
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July 28, 2007
Local impeachment committee on TV Local television host Vrej Agajanian will interview members of the local Impeach Bush-Cheney Committee, including Dick Seeley, Sharon Weisman, Moe Mansouri, Elliott Graham, Louisa Causia and Mike Gomez, on ABCTVLIVE with Vrej Agajanian from 11 a.m. to noon Sunday on Charter Communications Cable Channel 26. They will discuss reasons to impeach President Bush and Vice President Cheney as well as a...
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NEWS
October 21, 2004
Josh Kleinbaum Just over a decade after launching his political career there, former Rep. Jim Rogan returned to the auditorium of the Glendale Central Library, this time with a little less at stake. Rogan, who announced his run for state Assembly at the library in 1994, spoke Wednesday night promoting his new book, "Rough Edges: My Unlikely Road from Welfare to Washington." "I'm delighted to be back home," said Rogan, who represented Glendale in Congress from 1996 to 2000.
NEWS
March 10, 2001
It's like the Armenian Genocide issue where the same positive and negative plethora of words, including mine, keep coming back boringly and endlessly long after there is any hope that any minds are likely to change. Andrew Carrasco once again brings us back to the James Rogan and Adam Schiff election campaigns with "Jim Rogan still on the minds of readers," March 3. Rogan is still on my mind because every day I feel blessed that Adam Schiff has replaced him in Congress.
NEWS
March 3, 2001
As I read of the deepening pardon scandal, my thoughts turn to former U.S. Rep. Jim Rogan. On a local level, voters of the 27th Congressional District turned him out of office for his role as a lead prosecutor in the impeachment of Bill Clinton. The Democratic National Committee rated the 27th Congressional District race between incumbent Rogan and challenger Adam Schiff as the No. 1 race of importance. That means that since this race was the top priority of the DNC, funds would first go to this race over any other congressional race.
NEWS
November 10, 2000
Will Rogers It had nothing to do with impeachment. I believe Rep. Jim Rogan knows that, as do his pollsters, his campaign staff and his congressional staff. If they don't, there's no better example of self delusion. Rogan claiming his role in impeachment explains his defeat is yet another symptom of why he lost, not the diagnosis. Impeachment generated outside interest in our local race, and most local voters opposed it. But one poll after another also found voters wouldn't premise their votes on impeachment, even back when the wound was fresher.
NEWS
November 9, 2000
Claudia Peschiutta GLENDALE -- Experience and money are not enough to win an election. Despite his four years in Congress and a $6-million campaign, Rep. James Rogan (R-Glendale) on Wednesday morning found himself calling to congratulate state Sen. Adam Schiff (D-Glendale) on his win in the 27th Congressional District race. Rogan's early lead on Tuesday night quickly dwindled. When results from all of the area's 363 precincts were reported on Wednesday, Schiff came out the clear winner with 52.76% of the vote, while Rogan took only 43.76% of the ballots cast.
NEWS
October 31, 2000
This is in response to John Queen's letter of Oct. 18, with his reasons for not returning Rep. James Rogan to office. His first point of attach was Rogan's part in the impeachment proceedings. He stated that President Clinton's lying about his sexual peccadilloes was not a reason to try him for impeachment. Queen's first error is that the president was on trial not for lying about his sexual misbehavior, but for lying, period. To lie under oath is committing perjury.
NEWS
October 19, 2000
There are, oh, so many reasons not to vote for James Rogan, but for me, two stand out. The first is is his spectacular lack of a sense of proportion: impeachment for lying about sex, the comparison of women who have made the wrenching decision to abort to members of the Ku Klux Klan, and blaming the ills for our schools on teacher unions. The second derives from the fact that the presidential election is a tossup. This raises the possibility of an all-Republican presidency, Congress and Supreme Court.
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