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We are challenging the status quo of the two party system. George Washington himself warned us in his Farewell Address about how political parties ruin democracy and lead to a series of tyrants. Our 20th and 21st century experience has proven this to be true. Our two parties have turned our democracy into a circus, with the parties feeding us crumbs. This “bread and circuses” warning originated in the Roman Empire by the satirical poet Juvenal. Only when “we the people” stand up and fight for our rights do we gain power. If crumbs and circuses are not enough for you, please join us in this fight. Help us show people how they are being distracted and fooled again and again while the government industrial complex steals us of our money and our rights.

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Tuesday, June 5, 2018 3:17 PM

50th Anniversary of Robert F. Kennedy's Assassination

Today is election day. Let's honor Robert F. Kennedy's vision of America where we look beyond political party, beyond other differences in our lives, to all work together as one. To honor his vision, please take the time to voice your views by going to your polling place and voting. 

 


Monday, May 28, 2018 7:52 PM

Incumbents Fail Again: Cap and Trade

https://calmatters.org/articles/checking-the-math-on-cap-and-trade-some-experts-say-its-not-adding-up/


Thursday, April 26, 2018 4:30 PM

Why Refineries in Residential Areas Don't Make Sense

This is an example of what could have happened here when the Feb 2015 explosion occurred at Torrance Refinery.

As Assemblymember I will urge the Attorney General who has already written a letter to the SCAQMD to take action, to ensure that an injunction banning MHF does occur. Of course the company will go to court to delay the ban. At that point the State, City and refinery can come to the table to work a settlement. I believe the City and State do bear some responsibility for allowing refinery operations and residential neighborhoods to be so close together. 

Part of the negotiation must be to ensure workers are not impacted by a loss of income. There are ways we can work a settlement that is a win-win for all parties. Just as people were afraid when Toyota left Torrance, not people are excited at the opportunities that now provides. Let's not fear change, but rather embrace it and plan for a way ahead that works for all of us. 

 

 

 


Thursday, April 26, 2018 3:45 PM

Bullying, Mismanagement and Corruption in Los Angeles


Thursday, March 22, 2018 12:00 AM

And What Are Our California Elected Leaders Doing About This?


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