Sign Petition for Ronald Reagan Memorial Bridge in San Diego

Official Portrait of President Ronald Reagan.

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In conjunction with Reagan’s Centennial birthday celebration, it is imperative to honor the greatest president in modern history with a namesake bridge.

Please spread the word to friends, sign the petition, and vouch for a Reagan bridge in San Diego. Imagine if this succeeds in commie California!

One of our former editors of the California Review, Vince Vasquez, is spearheading  the Ronald Reagan Memorial  Bridge Project. Sign the petition here.

Visit the website in order to find out more about the project. Contact Vince if you have any further questions.

Urgent: Defend the Mt. Soledad Cross on January 15th!

The Cross, the center of much controversy, sit...

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I urge everyone in San Diego to go to this event on January 15th. It is important to preserve this memorial and Judeo-Christian values. From Sarah Bond:

On January 4, 2011 the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the
Mt Soledad Veterans Memorial Cross is unconstitutional because
it conveys the message of “state-endorsed religion”.

Are you tired of judicial activism and legislation from the bench?
Are you ready to stand up and defend the Mt Soledad Veterans Memorial Cross…once again?
Will this ruling have national implications?
What can you do?


Come Rally

in support of the

Mt. Soledad



Saturday January 15

10am – 12 noon

At the

Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial

(atop Mt Soledad)

6905 La Jolla Scenic Drive South, San Diego

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that the war memorial cross is

unconstitutional because it conveys the message of “state-endorsed religion”.

Please join with leaders:

Roger Hedgecock Dr. Jim Garlow    Charles LiMandri

Senator Joel Anderson Congressman Duncan L. Hunter (Ret)

Mark Larson  and others……

In unity and support of:

*Honoring all veterans by preserving the Veterans Memorial “as it is where it is”.

*Freedom of Speech

*Protesting Judicial Extremists

*Freedom of Religion.

This is a family friendly event – please bring your children. Seating is limited, lawn chairs suggested.

Parking is limited, please carpool and arrive early.

Bring your signs in support of the memorial – national media coverage expected.

Let’s send a message across the country and show them what we stand for.

The above ruling may have national implications.

Please spread the word.

For additional information please contact:

Mary Moran: <;

Toddlers & Tiaras: Beauty queens, brats and binkies

Parents, hold onto your kids!

Why beauty pageants are a child’s worst nightmare.

Read my latest from The Washington Times on January 8th, 2010.