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What is the Supreme Court thinking? Get these eBooks free. (2012-6-27)

If you can’t sleep tonight because you’re anxiously awaiting the Supreme Court decision on health care reform, go to the Amazon.com Kindle Store and download these eBooks. They’re free for 24 hours starting at midnight tonight, in honor of the last day of the Court’s term.
“How the First Amendment Came to Protect Topless Dancing” tells [...]

30th Congressional District debate online (2012-4-29)

If you’re following the fun in California’s 30th Congressional District race, where yours truly is a Republican candidate running against dual incumbents Brad Sherman and Howard Berman, you’ll be happy to know that the debate on Monday, April 30, at 6:00 p.m. Pacific Time, will be live-streamed on the Internet.
So whether you’re in Washington or [...]

Judicial activism and the health care law (2012-4-2)

President Obama said today the Supreme Court would be engaging in judicial activism if the justices throw out the health care reform law.
“For years we’ve heard that the biggest problem is judicial activism or a lack of judicial restraint,” the president said, “That a group of people would somehow overturn a duly constituted and passed [...]

America Wants To Know investigates: Who is Mark Reed? (2012-3-30)

How do you clean up corruption in government? That’s a question I’ve been asked often since entering the race for Congress in California’s 30th district last September.
There are two answers to that question. One is the old joke about politicians being like diapers — they should be changed often, and for the same reason.
The other [...]

Speaking truth to power about health care reform (2012-3-23)

This week, Democratic lawmakers cheerfully marked the second anniversary of the passage of the health care reform law.
Two years ago, I was so angry over it that I became personally involved in politics, volunteering for a GOP candidate for Congress as director of communications.
This year, I’m running for Congress myself. Last week, I had [...]

In Memoriam: Andrew Breitbart, 1969-2012 (2012-3-1)

The shocking and sad news this morning of the death of conservative writer and activist Andrew Breitbart was a blow to everyone who loves freedom and admires courage.
Mr. Breitbart was a rare individual who was not frightened, not intimidated and not impressed by powerful Democratic Party incumbents and the powerful media elites who keep their [...]

Rick Santorum throws up (2012-2-26)

The difference between a free country and a dictatorship is that in a dictatorship the government can do whatever it wants to do, whenever and to whomever it chooses; while in a free country, the government’s powers are limited.
The United States is a free country because the U.S. Constitution limits the power of the government. [...]

Setting the record straight on Jewish Journal publisher Rob Eshman’s false statements (2012-2-17)

An open letter to journalists covering the Jewish Journal’s February 21 candidate forum in the 30th congressional district at Temple Judea in Tarzana:
I’d like to formally set the record straight and answer Jewish Journal publisher Rob Eshman’s continuing false statements that my campaign is not “viable,” that I haven’t or hadn’t “filed,” and that my [...]

Tune in tonight (2012-1-26)

I’ll be the guest on Christopher Maider’s radio show “The Meat & Potatoes Show,” tonight. It’s conservative talk radio in Worcester, Massachusetts, at midnight Eastern time. Tune in to 91.3 FM if you’re in or near Worcester, or listen on the Internet at www.wcuw.org. That’s midnight Eastern time, 9:00 p.m. Pacific. Tune in, it will [...]

Campaign diary: So not kosher (2012-1-26)

As you know if you read America Wants to Know regularly, the writer of this blog is running for Congress in California’s 30th District, the west and south San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles. This is the district where longtime Democratic incumbents Brad Sherman and Howard Berman are running against each other, thanks to [...]