Tag Archive for Darryl Issa

DPOC Endorsement Tango

At last night’s DPOC meeting, Central Committee member Jeff Letourneau sought some sort of admonishment by the local party against former Party chair Frank Barbaro because Barbaro’s PAC had issued campaign mail on behalf of Anaheim Council member Jordan Brandman using Barbaro’s title as DPOC Chair Emeritus in the tight race for Anaheim City Council…

Hypocrite Ed Royce Tips Hat to 9/11 First Responders; Forgot He Voted Against 9/11 First Responders Bill

Facebook is the gift that keeps giving.  Congressman Ed Royce (R-Fullerton) shared a graphic with a quote from former President George W. Bush on this 13th anniversary of the worst attack on American soil while Republicans held power in the White House and both Houses of Congress “honoring” first responders; it’s the image that leads…

9/11 Should be Seen Through Benghazi Colored Glasses

It’s the 13th anniversary of the Attack on America by Al Qaeda Terrorists, and it’s a solemn day especially for the families and friends of those killed by the terrorists and those first responders who lost their lives or suffered injuries aiding the victims. I’ll remember 9/11 as a moment where we came together as…

Democrat files for Congress in CD-45

Drew Leavens is running for Congress in CD-45 and it’s a bit confusing as he was supposed to be challenging Darryl Issa in CD-49. Leavens, an active Democrat and therapist by profession, will run for John Campbell’s Congressional seat (CA 45).

Rep. Travis Allen Dodges the NSA Question

State Representative Travis Allen has proposed a new assembly bill (AJR 26) which calls on “the President and Congress of the United States to make the protection of civil liberties and national security equal priorities, and to immediately discontinue any practices that are contrary to the 4th Amendment of the United States Constitution.” Duh… Now…

NY Times: Rep. Issa’s Business Benefits from Government Spending

You have to love these fiscally conversative Republicans who hate any sort of government spending unless it somehow benefits their own business interests.  Today’s NY Times exposes how the very wealthy Rep. Darryl Issa’s significant business interests beenfit greatly from his own work in Congress.  It’s worth noting that Issa, considered by many to be…