November 7, 2006
Voting experience

I went to the polls a little later in the day this year than I typically do. When I arrived, the local NBC affiliate was outside interviewing a Hispanic guy in Spanish -- probably over the Escondido mayoral and council races and their recent ordinance that prohibits renting apartments/houses to illegal immigrants. By the time […]

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November 7, 2006
Taking that voting thing a bit too far

I'm kicking back in the San Marcos Panera Bread restaurant with its free wi-fi as I kill some time before going into work tonight for the late shift and I came across this gem: A poll worker was arrested Tuesday and charged with assault and interfering with an election for allegedly choking a voter and […]

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November 7, 2006
Election day

I won't be doing much analysis of Tuesday's election until probably Thursday at the earliest. I'll be working late Tuesday putting out the Wednesday paper, so you can check all the usual suspects for all the usual commentary. I encourage you to exercise your right to vote. And one last reminder, for those of you […]

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BREAKING: We just filed a motion asking the Ninth Circuit to lift the stay in our lawsuit challenging California's ban on so-called "assault weapons," which, if granted, would allow the judgment striking down the ban to go into effect. Read it here:

Stole the image from a reddit post, but it appears to be an accurate summary.

The losers in Sacramento are throwing a temper tantrum in response to the ruling in Bruen. Now that they have to issue carry permits, they want to make basically everywhere a "sensitive place".

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