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Marin Independent Journal

by Richard Halstead

June 6, 2006

A citizens watchdog group will attempt today to gauge the accuracy of Marin's electronic voting system. The group distributed paper exit polls to the households of about 980 registered voters in Novato over the weekend.

The idea is to have voters duplicate their votes on the paper ballots, which will later be hand-counted in public. All of the voters belong to the same voting precinct and will cast their ballots at the Pleasant Valley Elementary School. "We left it on the doorstep. We didn't ring the bell or anything," said Linda Bagneschi Dorrance of Novato, a publicist who is coordinating the effort with the assistance of about 22 volunteers.

Times Online (UK)

by Chris Ayres

June 6, 2006

WARNING: the story you are about to read is so cringe-inducing that readers sensitive to embarrassment might want to turn the page. It concerns a man called Cruz Bustamante, once the most senior Latino elected to office in the United States, and once

Bustamante, who does not seem to belong in California - what with his moustache, George Constanza hairdo and tubby frame (he once weighed close to 300lb) - has struggled to keep the public's attention since being terminated. Hence he turned his continuing campaign to become the state's next insurance commissioner into an Opray Winfrey-style weight-loss programme.

Contra Costa Times (CA)

June 6, 2006

CALIFORNIA VOTERS soundly rejected an effort to create universal preschools throughout the state.

In defeating Proposition 82, Californians wisely ended a two-year effort by actor Rob Reiner and other backers of creating state-operated preschools with revenue solely from high-income taxpayers. Evidently voters realized that Prop. 82 was unfair taxation of a mobile sector of the population and that the measure was a highly inefficient way to provide preschools for children who were not already attending classes. Proposition 81, the statewide library bond measure, also went down to defeat even though Democrats, who usually favor such issues, came out in larger numbers than Republicans.

World Net Daily

May 17, 2006

WASHINGTON - With Republicans nationally quaking in their boots over control of the House and Senate in this fall's midterm elections, there is one potential bright spot on the horizon for the GOP.

It comes in the form of a gubernatorial race in the battleground state of Ohio - yes, that Ohio, the one Democrats still accuse Republicans of stealing in 2004. Meet Kenneth Blackwell, the secretary of state and a candidate for the highest office in Ohio - a conservative black official and proven statewide vote-getter.

Pasadena Star-News

May 7, 2006

VOTERS should join scores of businesses, education advocates, preschools, legislators and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in turning down Rob Reiner's Proposition 82 that proposes to tax the rich to provide free preschool for wealthy and middle-class kids.

That's right, while proponents say the Universal Preschool for All Act is necessary to give impoverished youngsters access to quality preschool, analysts say middle-class parents will most likely be the main users of the free half-day sessions. Poor children are already afforded preschool through Head Start and other programs. The wealthy, of course, need no subsidies.

Stockton Record (CA)

by Hank Shaw

May 7, 2006

The Record will periodically examine the claims made in political advertisements throughout the 2006 elections. The ad: "Elderberry," a radio ad released last week by Rep. Richard Pombo's campaign.

The claim: Federal bureaucrats required local officials to buy a 76-acre orchard and plant elderberry bushes there before the officials could repair a dangerous weak spot on the levees around the Feather River in Yuba County. The cost was more than $55,000 per bush. As a consequence, the New Year's storm of 1997 broke the levee, flooding hundreds of homes and farms and killing three people.

Brad Blog

by Brad Friedman

May 6, 2006

Diebold TS and TSx have an existing security problem and all states and/or counties who use these machines must fix this problem.

Computer scientists and others who have information on this issue strongly suggest that all states involved should contact Diebold or the Pennsylvania Secretary of State's office for more information. Don't let Diebold tell you there is no problem. It is there and it is something that needs to be dealt with. Pulaski County Arkansas got their new machines on Thursday morning finally. They got their software on Thursday afternoon. The software does not work on the machines. It's back to square one and paper ballots.


April 30, 2006

Preschool initiative amounts to welfare for middle-class parents. Voters in the June 6 primary should vote "no" on Prop. 82 and let parents meet their own obligations without subsidies.

Proponents of Proposition 82 want the state to do what parents should: care for their children. The most fiscally dangerous political initiative to emerge from Hollywood director Rob Reiner's rather generous cranium in recent years seeks to pay for the preschool education of every child " even those whose parents can afford it on their own.

News With Views

by Nancy Levant

April 11, 2006

Our nation is falling to long laid plans. Public schools and our children are the public-private property of Socialist re-engineers. American children are trained to be sexually active, morally blank, and ignorant laborers - or else they are "mentally ill

Socialist agendas overtook mainstream media so long ago that we can't remember "news and entertainment" vs. "cultural envisioning." What used to be "propaganda" is now professional and diabolical social engineering via TV shows, commercials, newspapers, magazines, movies, newscasts, etc. Our health care system and big pharma has been experimenting on the American public and military for decades, and we are now a sick, vulnerable, and cancerous population. Looks like we'll make that U.N. mandated 3/4ths population reduction deadline by 2050 after all. I'm sure a pandemic will help, as well.


March 7, 2006

HOUSTON - Embattled U.S. Rep. Tom DeLay won handily in the Republican primary for his congressional seat on Tuesday, taking 61 percent of the votes against three opponents.

The race had been seen as a barometer of his political strength since he resigned as House majority leader following indictment in Texas on campaign finance charges and his friendlobbyist Jack Abramoff was indicted in a Washington corruption scandal. DeLay skipped his election night party to attend a fund-raiser in Washington put on by lobbyists.

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