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John Warren
Blacks, Veteran’s Day and Critical Race Theory
November 4, 2021
Veterans Day was created as “Armistice Day” on November 11, 1919, the first anniversary of the end of World War I. It became a national holiday by an act of Congress in 1938. As we honor the memory of those who served in this great conflict, separately and apart from other occasions honoring our War service members, let us not forget the special struggles of Black Veterans, especially during the years following World War I. ... read more »
The Deconstruction of American Democracy
October 21, 2021
When the Congress no longer works under the Constitution that created it, then we have “deconstructed democracy” in favor of autocracy. ... read more »
We The People”: The Solution To Our Problems
October 14, 2021
While a great deal of time and attention is being given to the many sins and acts of evil by Republicans and the Ultra Right who believe that their privileges are greater than our democracy, it is important to remember that “We the People” hold the keys to our own deliverance. There are more of us than them as evidenced by the last election which placed President Joe Biden in the White House instead of a second term for Trump. The Bible says “we have not because we ask not, and when we ask, we ask for the wrong things”. ... read more »
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Redistricting, Outreach and Public Policy
September 30, 2021
This inclusion of the people carries with it “public comment” which is the opportunity for the people ... read more »
The Haitian Dilemma
September 23, 2021
This is a painful commentary. Humanity demands that we all be treated with fairness. This country has boasted the guarantee to the pursuit of life, liberty and happiness. Those who live in a world without such assurances hear what we say and see thequality of life that even our poorest of citizens appear to enjoy. So we don’t blame the Haitians for doing what each of us would do if we were in their shoes. ... read more »
Governor Newsom Defeats More Than The Recall
September 16, 2021
San Diego County was one of the first to overwhelmingly report a vote against the recall and it only went downhill from there for the recall supporters. ... read more »
Contracts, Grants and Those Intended to Be Served
September 2, 2021
It appears that some well known organizations are receiving grants and contracts because of their name recognition rather than a verification as to whether they can perform the needed task. ... read more »
Casting Our Governor’s Recall Vote of “No”
August 26, 2021
Let’s not sleep on this one ... read more »
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