Monthly Archives: August 2011

Rep. Woolsey to talk about government’s “role” in creating jobs…

Next Tuesday at 11:00 a.m., a panel including Lynn Woolsey will discuss “Government Works: Growing JOBS in the North Bay.” According to the announcement posted on our congresswoman’s website, other “experts” on the panel will be Sylvia Allegretto, Research Economist … Continue reading

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Lynn Woolsey goes to Fidel Castro’s birthday party

Well, not quite. No birthday cake with the dictator. But she did travel to Cuba “for” the Castro’s 85th birthday and met with his daugther. Rep. Woolsey and two others of the Congressional Progressive Caucus took this junket sponsored by the “Center for … Continue reading

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Audit the Fed.

  A renewed effort to legislate an audit of the Federal Reserve is underway. Believe it or not, Lynn Woolsey was a supporter of this proposal when it was introduced previously. I applauded her for that stand. Unfortunately, various backdoor efforts … Continue reading

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Dan Roberts to run for Congress in 2012

The first person to declare serious intention to run as a Republican candidate for Congress in Sonoma/Marin is Dan Roberts. The Marin Independent Journal listed him as a potential candidate in a recent article that also mentioned the many Democrat declared and considering … Continue reading

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More people calling themselves “conservative” — Gallup

  A new poll by Gallup reports If this pattern continues, 2011 will be the third straight year that conservatives significantly outnumber moderates — the next largest ideological bloc. Liberalism has been holding steady for the past six years, averaging either … Continue reading

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