Monday, June 29, 2009
If Democrats are able to sneak this 1300 page bill through the Senate, then Waxman-Markey will become law. Over 2 million Americans will probably lose their jobs as major industries relocate to other countries with less restrictive taxation/regulation. Oddly enough, Speaker Pelosi and Congressman Waxman seem pretty happy about this.
Congressman Tom McClintock warns that the Waxman-Markey energy bill, known as "Cap and Trade" is extremely destructive. Listen to the part where he talks about California going for this liberal fantasy of controlling emissions, and its promises of "an explosion of green jobs". Instead, California got skyrocketing unemployment.
Thursday, June 25, 2009
There are plenty of important things to worry about in the world right now. North Korea is making aggressive militaristic threats against the United States. In Iran, the misguided authorities in power are shooting innocent people in the streets. The United States economy is still melting down and the "stimulus" concept of the federal government appears to be nothing more than wishful thinking. However.....ALL of these things will be ignored for a few days due to the death of pop music superstar Michael Jackson. No offense to the families of Ed McMahon or Farrah Fawcett, because I'm sure they were nice people, but their deaths will go largely unnoticed this week... simply because they were NOT Michael Jackson.
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Monday, June 22, 2009
Attention CD 2 voters! Paul Krekorian is headed your way, and he's bringing a whole lot of financial trouble along with him from Sacramento. It is bad enough that this Burbank resident has decided to seek the Los Angeles City Council position in Council District 2. The fact that he intends to bring his Sacramento-style mentality of irresponsibility and his overspending habits to L.A. is frightening. We already have Mayor Villaraigosa and a majority of the City Council Members, who are hard at work destroying this City. Adding Assemblyman Paul Krekorian to the mix would just be overkill. However, he would fit in very well downtown....
Sunday, June 14, 2009
Friday, June 12, 2009
Thursday, June 11, 2009
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
If you feel like you might have heard of him before, you probably have. Frequent Mayor Sam readers have been seeing his ads over on the right side of this page for over a month. Tom Campbell worked in the Reagan Administration and also served as a US Congressman representing the Silicon Valley Area.
Sunday, June 7, 2009
...and it is not because the Mayor is fooling around with yet another TV reporter who doesn't understand the concept of "journalistic ethics". Nope. I couldn't care less that the Mayor is doing that. Although the fact that he is still married to someone else does make him appear to be more than a bit tacky and classless.... but that has never disqualified anyone from holding an elected public office before.
Friday, June 5, 2009
I have reserved this internet domain, also along with RecallAntonio.com - for short - for potential recall action against the Mayor. I will be going to City Council to address this subject today and the uphill battle it would take.
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
In the last three months since the Mayoral election, I have been approached by several people who have suggested that I lead a recall action against Antonio Villaraigosa. They have expressed their detailed complaints against him, most of which come as no surprise to me, because I ran against Villaraigosa myself based on some of these very similar issues.
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
The Jennerjahn Report readers on the East side and in the San Gabriel Valley might want to attend a charity event to be held this Thursday, June 4th, in El Monte.
Lighting the path to your American Dream
Join us at our inaugural fundraising event to benefit the Crystal C. Chavez Foundation scholarship program
Thursday, JUNE 4, 2009
Grace T. Black Auditorium
Luscious desserts * 97.1 AMP Radio * Raffle * Live Art
To donate, attend, or for more info visit www.crystalcchavez.org
Checks payable to: Crystal C. Chavez Foundation. All donations are tax-deductible as applicable by law.