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Rep. Linda Sanchez rips Republicans on Immigration in the Washington Post

Congresswoman Linda Sanchez (D-California)

Congresswoman Linda Sanchez does a brilliant job of taking the GOP Presidential candidates apart on their positions on immigration reform in today’s Washington Post.  We’re republishing it here. When it comes to the politics of immigration, the GOP’s candidates are sinvergüenzas — shameless WASHINGTON POST // REP. LINDA SANCHEZ, CHAIRWOMAN OF CONGRESSIONAL HISPANIC CAUCUS   As…

Will new UCI Professor John Campbell use “Atlas Shrugged” as a textbook?

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The University of California-Irvine (UCI) today announced that former Congressman John Campbell (R-Irvine) has been named visiting professor in UCI’s school of social science.  And yes, I laughed too because my first question is “will John Campbell teach courses in running for office without actually campaigning” or “Being named ‘Legislator of the Year’ by the…

Moorlach calls Mexican Envoy “Hot”

OC Supervisor John Moorlach - Photo: Chris Prevatt

Remember the flap by Republicans when President Obama referenced the attractiveness of California Attorney General Kamala Harris?  We’re hearing peeps from Republicans after State Senator John Moorlach called the new envoy from Mexico, Alejandra Garcia Williams, “hot.” From the Sacramento Bee: The California Senate this week welcomed Sacramento’s newly-appointed Mexican Consul General Alejandra Garcia Williams with praise for…

Supreme Court Beats Down ACA Challenge; Loretta Sanchez Reacts

President Barack Obama Signing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, March 23, 2010

The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 to preserve the Affordable Care Act, preserving “Obamacare” as the largest expansion in health coverage in 50 years.  While it’s a major defeat for Republicans, many must surely be breathing a sigh of relief because there is no plan for helping millions of people who depend on ACA for health insurance. …

Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Comes to OC June 18

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Former Secretary of State and US Senator officially launched her candidacy for President in New York City this weekend to huge crowds and less than a week later, she’s bringing her campaign to Orange County. Irvine Council member Beth Krom offered this letter about the June 18 event in Newport Beach. I know that, like…