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  Has  as he spoke up against ISIS?

Has he authored strategic books and articles about the terrorism, drug cartels and gangs?

Has he personally served in the military?

Has he ever opened his car window on 3rd Street, San Bernardino? Has he even been there?


Why did he criticize the high cost of college yet doesn’t he draw a generous pay as an associate professor at Scripps College? (Average Salary at Scripps College for Associate Professor $120,216; teaches 3 classes)


What has he done to improve issues affecting us locally?


Why did he donate over $8000 to a Michigan Congressman (knocking off eight-term Republican Knollenberg) now Senator (Gary Peters) who voted for Obamacare, the DREAD Act, “shovel-ready” jobs, and allied himself with Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Detroit?


Other than interacting with academia and, perhaps his martial arts students, what evidence does he have that prove he can interact with us regular “dummies” who have not read “Economics for Dummies?”


Does he know and understand the challenges of being a parent in this economy?


On the same day as Benghazi, September 12, 2011, he discussed how the dependence of the American health care system on low out-of-pocket costs has inflated medical costs without improving the quality of care. Has he EVER worked at Singapore General or St. Elizabeth Hospital? Try getting care there once and see for yourself! Even the physicians hate working there.


As a “businessman” he touts that he “is currently one of the principals of FuzeUs, a start-up…” It is merely a social media blogging site. It is not a business that he typically manages a payroll, hire and lay off personnel, etc.


He is a board member of EMS (Employment Means Success) which simply re-directs people referred by the State Department of Rehabilitation to local governmental agencies such as San Bernardino Branch Office of Department of Rehabilitation.

Sam Wong



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Things I believe

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 Something that a patriot sent me that doesnt miss much.
I am the Democratic-Republican-Liberal-, Progressive’s Worst Nightmare. I am a White, Conservative, Tax-Paying American , Gun Owning  Veteran That’s me!
I believe in  the freedom of religion, but I don’t push it on others.
I believe in American products and buy them whenever I can.
I believe the money I make belongs to me and not some liberal governmental functionary, Democrat or Republican, that wants to share it with others who don’t work!
I’m in touch with my feelings and I like it that way!
I think owning a gun doesn’t make you a killer; it makes you a smart American.
I think being a minority does not make you noble or victimized, and does not entitle you to anything.  Get over it!
I believe that if you are selling me a Big Mac or any other item, you should do it in English.
I believe there should be no other language option for business.
I believe everyone has a right to pray to his or her God when and where they want to.
I don’t hate the rich. I don’t pity the poor.
I know wrestling is fake and I don’t waste my time watching or arguing about it.
I’ve never owned a slave, nor was I a slave. I haven’t burned any witches, and neither have you!
I believe if you don’t like the way things are here, go back to where you came from and change your own country!  This is AMERICA …We like it the way it is and more so the way it was …so stop trying to change it to look like Russia or China, or some other socialist country!
If you were born here and don’t like it… you are free to move to any Socialist country that will have you. I believe it is time to really clean house, starting with the White House, the seat of our biggest problems.
I want to know which church is it, exactly, where the Reverend Jesse Jackson preaches, where he gets his money, and why he is always part of the problem and not the solution?  Can I get an AMEN on that one?
I also think the cops have the right to pull you over if you’re breaking the law, regardless of what race or color you are.
And, no, I don’t mind having my face shown on my driver’s license, nor the necessity of showing my identification, to conduct normal business or especially to vote . I think those policies are more than prudent….
I think if you are too stupid to know how a ballot works, I don’t want you deciding who should be running the most powerful nation in the world for the next four years.
I dislike those people standing in the intersections trying to sell me stuff or trying to guilt me into making ‘donations’ to their cause….Get a job and do your part to support yourself and your family!
I believe that it doesn’t take a village to raise a child, it takes a man and woman …
I believe ‘illegal’ is illegal no matter what the lawyers, or progressive Democrats  think!
I want to return this country to the values it was founded on, and prospered under for over 200 years!
My Country…I hope this offends all illegal aliens.
Hypothetically,  my great, great, great, great grandfather watched and bled as his friends died in the Revolution and the War of 1812.
My great, great, great grandfather watched as his friends died in the Mexican American War.
My great, great grandfather watched as his friends and brothers died in the Civil War.
My great grandfather watched as his friends died in the Spanish-American War.
My grandfather watched as his friends died in WW I.
My father watched as his friends died in WW II and the Korean War.
I watched as my friends died in Vietnam , Panama and Desert Storm.
My son watched and bled as his friends died in Afghanistan and Iraq ..
None of them died for the Mexican Flag.
Everyone of them died for the American flag, and liberty.
Texas high school students raised a Mexican flag on a school flag pole, other students took it down. Guess who was expelled…the students who took it down.
California high school students were sent home on Cinco de Mayo because they wore T-shirts with the American flag printed on them.
Enough is enough!
This message needs to be viewed by every American; and every American needs to stand up for America .
We’ve bent over to appease the America-haters long enough.
I’m taking a stand.
I’m standing up because of the hundreds of thousands who died fighting in wars, preserving liberty and freedom both, here and in other besieged nations, for the American flag, and all she stands for..
If you agree, stand up with me.
And shame on anyone who tries to make this a racist message.
AMERICANS, stop giving away Your RIGHTS!  Let me make this clear! THIS IS MY COUNTRY!
This statement DOES NOT mean I’m against immigration!
YOU ARE WELCOME HERE, IN MY COUNTRY, welcome to come legally, as did my grandparents:
1. Get a sponsor
2. Learn the LANGUAGE, as immigrants have in the past!
3. Live by OUR rules!
4. Get a job!
5. Pay YOUR Taxes!
6. No Social Security until you have earned it and Paid for it!
7. NOW find a place to lay your head!
If you don’t want to forward this for fear of offending someone, then YOU’RE PART OF THE PROBLEM!
We’ve gone so far the other way . . . bent over backwards not to offend anyone.
Only AMERICANS seems to care when American Citizens are being offended!
WAKE UP America !!!
If you do not pass this on, may your fingers cramp!
               I MISS MY COUNTRY!   God Bless America

Prop. 50 Will Do Nothing About Corruption In Legislature

Prop. 50 Will Do Nothing About Corruption In Legislature published on

Jon Fleischman

Prop. 50 Will Do Nothing About Corruption In Legislature
Executive Director, CA Republican Party (1999-2001)
Vice Chairman, South – CA Republican Party (2007-2011)
The legislature has placed a measure on the ballot in June, Proposition 50, which purports to tackle the corruption issue by empowering legislators to suspend a colleague without pay. This measure is a complete sham, and should be voted down. Below is a column I wrote explaining why. I encourage you to read it and share it.


Prop. 50 Will Do Nothing About Corruption In Legislature
By Jon Fleischman


Proposition 50 is a cynical play by the political class in the state Capitol to make the public think it is doing something about political corruption, when it actually does nothing of the sort.

If approved on June 7, this measure would only give more power to legislative leaders, while doing absolutely nothing about the culture of corruption that has become an accepted part of California politics.

Look back to 2014 to remember three state senators all under criminal indictment. Then-Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg refused to hold any hearings or a vote to consider expulsion of these members.

One of them, Rod Wright, was found guilty of eight felonies in January 2014 stemming from lying about living in the Senate district where he was running.

Eight months later a judge rejected an appeal from Wright and sentenced him to serve jail time, community service and probation. Confronted with that decision, Steinberg said he asked Wright to resign, but still refused to call a vote to expel him.

There is far more chance that giving the Legislature the power to take away a member’s salary will be used not to fight corruption, but to advance political agendas.

It is already difficult to find maverick legislators willing to call out corruption; it will be even rarer if it could mean your critics will trump up an accusation against you and cut off your pay.

Let’s be clear: You have a due process right and there is a burden on the state to prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that you are guilty of criminal acts.

But no one has a “right” to serve in public office. The public, however, does have the right to be represented by people who conduct themselves in an honest and morally upstanding way.

The politicians in Sacramento do not want to be put in a position of holding hearings and possibly impeaching a colleague who has clearly crossed the line, because that would further the notion that there should be high standards governing the conduct of state legislators – not everyone deciding for themselves what is right and wrong. There is a palpable sense that politicians are above the law.

I recently had a conversation with a state Assembly member who still believes that Wright got a “raw deal” and should never have been convicted. I pointed out that Wright had his day in court and a jury found him guilty.

The response was stunning: “The people on some random jury have no idea what they are doing.”

This Assembly member is just one of the politicians in Sacramento asking you to vote yes on Proposition 50.

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