Tag Archive for Hillary Clinton

TheCommieOC: GOP Convention Buttons Show Sexism Reigns

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The California Republican party is the gift that keeps on giving.  Despite being told they are losing their way with women, Latinos, Asians and young people, the Republican Party continues to shoot themselves in the foot with “popular’ buttons on the Anaheim Convention Center floor that belittle Hillary Clinton, women in general and “Liberals” which…

Comic Books Go Political in Long Beach this Weekend

The Long Beach Comic Con, which started two years ago, has grown into a great event and since it’s a smaller show compared to the massive San Diego ComicCon, you can easily work the room and interact with writers and artists of all genres. The show opens tomorrow through Sunday at the Long Beach Convention…

The Obama Rebound

It’s been a tough year for President Obama, but there are a host of new polls and editorials out suggesting the President has done a pretty good job in the first half of his presidency.  For example, the New York Daily News had this story that showed the President still enjoys better numbers than just…

The Power of Palin

When Sarah Palin was introduced as McCain’s running mate less than 24 hours after Barack Obama accepted the nomination, this staunch Obama supporter (who took lots of grief for not joining the 18 million women who supported Hillary) said out loud to my TV, “Oh shit.” Almost two years later, the phrase still applies. So…

Hillary Clinton for the Supreme Court

There’s a lot of name dropping over who will be President Obama’s next Supreme Court Justice.  I think the perfect candidate is Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.  She’s been an effective Secretary of State, was a more than adequate presidential candidate, a great Senator and is a lawyer.  She’s progressive with enough moderation to…

Rep. Loretta Sanchez urges Congress to pressure State Department on Vietnam

Calls on colleagues to sign letter urging Secretary Clinton to label Vietnam a “Country of Particular Concern” for abusing religious freedom. “My colleagues in the Congressional Vietnam Caucus and I are urging Secretary Clinton to take concrete action to hold Vietnam accountable for its severe abuses of religious freedom,” said Rep. Sanchez, who is Co-Chair of the Caucus. “Vietnam has shown a complete disregard for the rights of its citizens, actively suppressing religious activity and persecuting people of faith. It’s time for our country to actually penalize these abuses and place Vietnam back on the State Department’s ‘Countries of Particular Concern’ list.”