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Dear Madam Speaker- Equal treatment can wait no longer

As Speaker of the House, Pelosi has a duty to maintain or grow her Party’s majority, vowing privately in 2010 to stymie further movement on “controversial” issues unless the Senate preempts her, according to recent reports.

Princeton’s Robert George - sophistry disguised as scholarship

A feature article in this week’s New York Times Magazine refers to Princeton professor Robert P. George as the “intellectual architect” of the extreme right. This is hardly an honor, considering the main competition for “Values Valedictorian” is Sarah Palin, Ann Coulter and Mike Huckabee.

Tiger Woods’ biggest mistake- getting married

It’s safe to say Tiger Woods has made his fair share of bad calls. But one cardinal sin that befalls so many young, successful, cash-laden athletes and celebrities, stands out above the rest. He got married. When he wasn’t ready.

The Valley of the Grinch

Tuesday the Imperial County Board of Supervisors, in a 3-2 vote, moved to intervene in the Federal court case challenging Prop 8’s constitutionality. They are siding with the Yes on 8’ers.

Legislature passes, Governor signs major water bill

The Legislature passed a comprehensive water package in November that allows California to store and conserve water more effectively and restore the Sacramento- San Joaquin Delta – the heart of California’s water supply system.

Moving forward on financial reform

Over the past two years, more than seven million Americans have lost their jobs, and factories and businesses across our country have been shuttered. In one way or another, we’ve all been touched by the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.

Moving forward on financial reform

Over the past two years, more than seven million Americans have lost their jobs, and factories and businesses across our country have been shuttered. In one way or another, we’ve all been touched by the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.

Progress toward solving San Diego's fiscal challenges

Wednesday, the City Council approved by a 7-1 margin my spending plan for the city through the final six months of the current fiscal year as well as next year. By adopting an 18-month budget, we were able to spread out the projected deficit for next year over a longer period of time, and that means fewer services had to be cut to balance the budget.

To thine own self be true

“Coming Out” should be a celebration for everyone in the LGBT community. It’s a time when the individual has matured and fully recognizes and appreciates the person they truly are.

News from Councilmember Todd Gloria

Happy Holidays! I hope you are taking the opportunity to participate in the myriad holiday events throughout Council District Three this season.