Monthly Archives: October 2010

Fish before people….

What are Lynn Woolsey’s priorities? Well, look at her Oct. 26 entry on Twitter: Great tour at @SCWA Warm Spring Fish Hatchery last week. The $1.6 million in recovery funding is supporting some great restoration projects Hey, I’m for a large … Continue reading

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Who Got Stimulated

This graph, courtesy of ResistNet.com, speaks volumes for itself. Lynn Woolsey is a big supporter of stimulus programs. She even wants another $300 billion in stimulus. One doesn’t have to guess why. She believes in big government, and the stimulus, … Continue reading

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Hitching rides on the Speaker’s Shuttle

As reported by CBS News, one of the expensive perks of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is access to a military aircraft to shuttle her across the country. A one-way trip costs taxpayers an average of $28,210. The planes she … Continue reading

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Recovery Act Funding Map

This is a very interesting google map. It pinpoints where the Recovery Act (stimulus) money went geographically in our locale and also lists the awardees on the left side of the page. Click on a “pin” or on a left-side … Continue reading

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Our Congressional candidates got some press on Sunday….

Yesterday, Guy Kovner, journalist for The Press Democrat, had an article published about the candidates running in the California Congressional 6th District. Entitled, “Woolsey aims for 20 years in Congress,”  Kovner’s piece interviewed the candidates and quoted them on some issues. For instance, once again … Continue reading

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Red Ink, Pink Ink

Courtesy of The Captain’s Comments, here is another graph delineating surplus and deficit years since 1980. This time it adds the projected deficit for 2011 in pink. Lynn Woolsey has been in office since 1993. How many years of her … Continue reading

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The Council for Citizens Against Government Waste rates the Congress

The Council for Citizens Against Government Waste (CCAGW) applies its own rating system to our U.S. senators and congressmembers. In the council’s words, Since 1989, the Council for Citizens Against Government Waste (CCAGW) has examined roll call votes to identify which … Continue reading

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