Monthly Archives: July 2010

On Vacation


Visiting family on the East Coast for the next two weeks. Talk amongst yourselves  🙂 Advertisements

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Obama Shoots and Scores for “Compassionate Release”


Thee has been a lot said over the past year about the release of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, the “Lockerbie bomber.” What has not been said is the White House and Obama Administration role in securing the compassionate release of this terrorist. Yes, even as … Continue reading

Posted in Pres. Obama, Terrorism, White House

Karen Bass: Protection for me, not for thee


Watched a report today on KABC in Los Angeles stating that Karen Bass, current Democrat nominee for the 33rd Congressional District, has police protection despite no longer being the Speaker of the California State Assembly. In both their on-air report … Continue reading

Posted in Congress, Karen Bass

Winner of the Joe Biden Foot-in-Mouth Award


You would think that some congresscritters would know enough to keep their mouth closed. Not Sheila Jackson-Lee. On July 15th, she announced during a speech that there are “two Vietnams.” Today Politifact rated her statement and quite rightly rated it false. … Continue reading

Posted in Congress

A Word to the Wise…


Sometimes a picture is worth MORE than  a thousand words. I received this via email today from a friend.

Posted in Pres. Obama

Ben Stein Takes on the Unemployed


Aaron Crowe had an interesting piece at AOL’s WalletPop today and totally drew the wrong conclusions from it. Had Mr. Stein said all or most unemployed people were lazy or didn’t like to work, Crowe might have had a point. But … Continue reading

Posted in Economy, Unemployment

Tea Party…Democrats?


The Tea Party isn’t exactly hurting for members,  but they tend more towards the Conservative side of politics. Today, however, comes a report from my birth state of New Jersey (raised there until 18 when I then joined the Army). … Continue reading

Posted in Tea Party

Welcome to my blog!


My name is David Crowley. During the 2008 congressional races in California, I was the Republican candidate running against Democrat incumbent Diane Watson in the 33rd District. I lost, but hadn’t expected to win anyway given her undeserved popularity among … Continue reading

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