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Republican Candidates in CA Shadow Banned on Twitter

2018-08-14T00:24:08+00:00

Republican Candidates in CA Shadow Banned on Twitter Twitter has shadow banned a number of Republican candidates in CA.  This interferes in the election and denies the voters access to vital information. Below are a few examples: Steven Bailey for Attorney General Mark Meuser for Secretary of State Roxanne [...]

Republican Candidates in CA Shadow Banned on Twitter2018-08-14T00:24:08+00:00

Shadow Banned on Twitter, a new Badge of Honor

2018-08-13T16:58:09+00:00

I was Shadow Banned on Twitter I was shadow banned on Twitter as a qualified Republican candidate on the ballot for California State Assembly in November 2018.  I am in Assembly District 24, Sunnyvale to Atherton, out to Half Moon Bay.  My Twitter handle is @2018Assembly How to check [...]

Shadow Banned on Twitter, a new Badge of Honor2018-08-13T16:58:09+00:00

Limiting Government Spending to 25% of GDP to Encourage a Vibrant Economy

2018-06-04T22:12:52+00:00

Limiting  Government Spending to 25% of GDP to Allow a Vibrant Economy Does the headline scare or excite you?  Do you find it responsible or cruel?  Instead of bringing your prejudices with you, read this blog, the report linked to this blog, and look at the budgets available [...]

Limiting Government Spending to 25% of GDP to Encourage a Vibrant Economy2018-06-04T22:12:52+00:00

Election Fraud in CA: LA at 144% of Eligible Registration

2018-06-02T21:53:54+00:00

Election Fraud and Dirty Voter Rolls: Los Angeles County at 144% Judicial Watch sued over voter fraud in CA in 11 counties.  https://t.co/BMlKMqzZN5  Their lawsuit is based on the National Voter Registration Act (“NVRA”),  a Section 8 violation.  They sued the State of CA and those 11 counties with dirty [...]

Election Fraud in CA: LA at 144% of Eligible Registration2018-06-02T21:53:54+00:00

Facebook’s political filtering is biased and broken

2018-06-02T20:34:06+00:00

Facebook's political filtering is biased and broken After initially not approving my add as described in the previous blog, Facebook approved it, then 17 minutes later "unapproved" it.  My Facebook followers may note that I have been placing political adds on Facebook for a few months.  In order for [...]

Facebook’s political filtering is biased and broken2018-06-02T20:34:06+00:00

FACEBOOK Discriminates against Republican Candidate in their District

2018-06-02T20:31:56+00:00

FACEBOOK Discriminates against Republican Candidate in their home Assembly District 24Today I attempted to boost a post on my Facebook Page, but it was blocked by Facebook for the first time."Not Authorized for Ads with Political ContentYour ad was not approved because your Page has not been authorized to run [...]

FACEBOOK Discriminates against Republican Candidate in their District2018-06-02T20:31:56+00:00

Redwood City Considers Increasing Taxes on November Ballot

2018-04-24T20:33:59+00:00

Redwood City is consider new taxes on the November 2018 ballot A quarter-cent sales tax increase and A transit occupancy tax increase City Manager Melissa Diaz stated that they are considering the taxes due to projected budget deficits. One five-year budget forecast shows the city of Redwood City running [...]

Redwood City Considers Increasing Taxes on November Ballot2018-04-24T20:33:59+00:00

Pension reform

2018-06-02T20:34:34+00:00

California needs pension reform.   This is the elephant in the room that CA State politicians refuse to acknowledge.  Demonizing the Federal government may prove a useful distraction or "red herring" for incumbent politicians so that CA voters do not focus on the problems that their elected officials should be solving. [...]

Pension reform2018-06-02T20:34:34+00:00