Monthly Archives: June 2011

It’s official: Lynn Woolsey will retire after 20 years in Congress

Rep. Woolsey announced that she will retire from the House when her current term expires. The full text of her speech can be read here, but the key quote came at the conclusion: “But I will turn 75 years old … Continue reading

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Ready to finally do something about the TSA, Rep. Woolsey?

The latest outrage by the TSA is reported here. Yes indeed, that TSA is really protecting us! That 95-year-old lady suffering from cancer, she really is a prime terrorism suspect, isn’t she? And goodness knows, that protective undergarment of hers has to … Continue reading

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The Citizens Redistricting Commission’s first draft…

So, the big day was last Friday, June 10, 2011. That’s when the California Citizens Redistricting Commission (CRC) officially released its initial maps. And happily the biggest howls of discontent came from entrenched politicians — such as our Lynn Woolsey … Continue reading

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Did you know she went there? (Update 6/8/11)

I didn’t until just now. Where did Rep. Woolsey go? To Israel. According to this report on The Moderate Voice, she and four other members of Congress travelled there in hopes of meeting with Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu. However, the … Continue reading

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There she goes again…

About an hour ago, Lynn Woolsey tweeted about the debt ceiling vote, writing, RepLynnWoolseyRep. Lynn Woolsey  Americans know that paying their bills is the right thing to do — that means raising the debt ceiling.   Here is what Americans … Continue reading

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Rep. Woolsey: some help, please, getting the FDA back on track…

As noted by Matt Hawes of Campaign for Liberty in his article, “Putting a Fork in the FDA’s Abuses,” we don’t need aggressive protection from this agency against Amish farmers who provide raw milk to  outlets that want it. Raiding the farm, … Continue reading

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