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The Time is Now…….

by Evan Stone

We are less than three weeks away from the California primary, and some of you may have already received your ballots by mail.  It’s time to get serious about our future.

I’ve been saying since the 2008 General Election that this would be the most important election year in most of our lifetimes.  And I don’t mean the election in November.  It’s the primaries that matter, people.  For those with a Tea Party mindset, we’ve been complaining for over a year that we need candidates who are grounded in Constitutional thinking.  The only way that happens is through the primaries.

Let’s take the 11th District in California, for example.  This is my home district and the one that I will be voting in on June 8th.  There are four Republican candidates vying to unseat two-term incumbent Democrat Jerry McNerney.  No one is going to confuse McNerney with a Constitutionalist.  He votes in lock-step with Nancy Pelosi, and we know where she stands.  So, what about these Republicans?

I’ve been following this race since last fall when candidates first started announcing their intentions to run.  I’ve watched the four remaining candidates (two have since dropped out) at various forums and public events, and listened to them on the radio.  I’ve studied their websites to get an idea of who these people are and what they believe in.  And, on the surface, they all appear to be saying the right things.  But if you dig a little deeper, there are some issues that I feel deserve to see the light of day.

Let’s start with David Harmer.  Harmer entered the race in January, after all the other candidates had long declared.  Harmer lives in San Ramon, but OUTSIDE the district.  He won’t even be able to vote for himself.  He’s an attorney (wanting to represent a largely agricultural district) who has run for Congress twice before unsuccessfully, once in Utah in 1996 and again last year in a special election in his own district (CD-10) where he lost to John Garamendi.  He apparently supports homosexual marriage. He has received about 84% of his contributions from outside the district in which he is running.  I believe he is the establishment candidate.  Why else the late entry into the race, and all the money from around the country instead of within the district?  In addition, his endorsement by the California Republican Assembly is dubious, at best.  Having attended the last two San Joaquin CRA meetings, I was privy to the shenanigans that took place to ensure that Harmer would get the endorsement.  I don’t think Harmer is the kind of candidate that true conservatives want.  Now, if you’re voting Republican, and not conservative………..

Elizabeth Emken is an interesting story.  She is a former employee of IBM, and for the last couple of years has been a lobbyist for Autism Speaks, an advocacy group.  Her background would indicate the type of person that you might consider as a great Congresswoman, were it not for the lobbying activity.  From her own website: ”Elizabeth joined Autism Speaks in March 2007 to manage the relationship between the organization and the federal government, state governments, and related agencies.”  In my opinion, if part of her job there wasn’t dedicated to ELIMINATING the relationship between the organization and the federal government, then she’s missed the boat.  As great a cause as Autism Speaks is, it has no business lobbying from the federal government, as that would be outside of their Constitutional mandate.  Emken says on her website that she is for limited government and lower taxes, but her actions don’t quite bear that out.

Antonio “Tony” Amador is a retired U. S. Marshal with an extensive law enforcement background.  He spent 13 years as an LAPD officer, and since has served at the request of governors and presidents in various law enforcement roles.  He makes for an intriguing candidate.  He seems to have the right answers to all the questions, but all of the candidates do.  My question of Amador is like that of Emken and Harmer.  You’re all insiders to a degree, having spent time in “the machine”.  How do I know that you won’t be just another Washington elitist once you’re elected?

And lastly, there’s Brad Goehring.  Goehring is a wine grape grower in the Lodi/Clements area, and has lived in the district for his entire life, save his college years.  He knows what it means to be a victim of an out-of-control government.  He was almost charged with “filling and destroying waters of the U. S.” by the Army Corps of Engineers….on his own property.  He has since become an expert on the Clean Water Act.  He calls himself a conservative before a Republican, so he doesn’t seem to have any deep party connections, like some of the others do.  This is the one issue that I think sets him apart from the other candidates.  He’s one of us, not one of them.

I’m supporting Brad Goehring and will be filling out my mail-in ballot soon.  Take the time to learn about these candidates, and make an informed choice.  The only way that we take back Washington is if we elect people like ourselves to represent us.  People who understand the Constitution and it’s limitations, and then defend it with everything they have.

Originally posted at restoreconservatism,blogspot.com by Evan Stone.  The opinions expressed in the above article are those of Evan Stone, and not necessarily those of Conservative New Media.  Evan Stone is not paid by any political campaign or by Conservative New Media, and provides the above article as a guest contributor to Conservative New Media.

Is Contra Costa Times Political Editor Lisa Vorderbrueggen Biased?

Note: We will make a very detailed post with background, links and citations, so please bookmark this article and check back soon.

In the meantime, here are our video responses to Lisa Vorderbrueggen’s Sunday, December 20, 2009 article. Her front-page piece named Conservative New Media and CNM founder John D. Villarreal:

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On Sunday, Dec 20, 2009, the Contra Costa Times (CCT) print edition ran a lengthy front-page-of-the-second-section story which we feel unfairly smeared Conservative New Media (CNM) and its founder, John D. Villarreal. That story was written by CCT political editor Lisa Vorderbrueggen.

CNM had anticipated how Ms Vorderbrueggen would portray us in her piece. We actually had scooped the CCT editor on what we figured was to be her originally-planned story with a series of videos we posted on Tuesday, December 15, 2009.

The video series discussed Robert Beadles‘ affinity for controversial talk radio host Alex Jones. Mr. Beadles, a Republican, is running as a candidate for the United States House of Representatives. He is one of several potential challengers to Democrat Congressman Jerry McNerney in the pending 2010 election for the 11th district of California.

That 5-part video series can be viewed here. If you are short on time, we recommend parts 4 & 5 for a synopsis of the series:

Part 1
http://bit.ly/589sBj

Part 2
http://bit.ly/7H41kt

Part 3
http://bit.ly/6yGDpa

Part 4
http://bit.ly/8OJMD0

Part 5
http://bit.ly/4w7OHh

As we detail in this series of videos, we believe that our advanced derailing of the preferred narrative for her Dec 20 story irked Ms. Vorderbrueggen. Her apparent displeasure, we feel, was borne out in what she ended up writing about CNM in her piece.

Our new, 11-part video series critically examines Ms. Vorderbrueggen present article. It also discusses Ms. Vorderbrueggen’s background as a reporter, as well as some controversies and criticisms which have dogged her over the course of her political reporting career.

The following are links which we either allude to in the new video series or else ones which will provide further information on Ms. Vorderbrueggen and additional background on the present situation between her and CNM.

* The title for the print version of Lisa Vorderbrueggen’s Dec. 20, 2009 page A-19 (front page of the ‘East Bay & Bay Area’ section of the Contra Costa Times) article was “Anonymous Blog Sniper Comes Clean.” This is the article in which Ms. Vorderbrueggen mentions CNM and John D. Villarreal.

The online version of Ms. Vorderbrueggen’s piece is now available. The title has been changed to “Blog sniper turns out to be CD11 campaign consultant.” It can be viewed here: http://bit.ly/4zkowl

* Purportedly objective CCT political editor and reporter Lisa Vorderbrueggen is a “fan” of candidate Robert Beadles on Beadles’ Facebook page:
http://bit.ly/69l9y9

* Lisa Vorderbrueggen called out for allegedly being biased towards Democrats, and specifically towards certain Democrats over others in the recent California CD-10 race to replace Congresswoman Ellen Taucher:

http://www.fogcityjournal.com/wordpress/2009/04/06/an-ear-inside-replacing-congresswoman-tauscher-of-california/

* Lisa Vorderbrueggen’s colleague was taken to task by, of all sources, MSNBC for giving money to the Democratic National Committee. MSNBC didn’t see anything wrong with the donation and, according to the quote, apparently there is no policy against such partisan donation-giving at Vorderbrueggen’s employer, the Contra Costa Times:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/19113455/ns/politics/#Taylor

* It appears that even the CC Times’ readers perceive the publication as biased. On the paper’s own site, this comment thread of Times perusers upbraids the periodical for its stilted coverage:

http://bit.ly/56tZOP

In fact, at least one reader felt so strongly about what he or she believes are the Times’ partisan leanings that there is now an entire blog devoted to monitoring and answering the supposed liberal bias found in the Contra Costa Times. Of course, this is a group of anonymous blogger(s) that Lisa Vorderbrueggen can’t assail by name and who are trying to act as watchdog(s)/whistle-blower(s). This may account for some of her apparent dislike of anonymous bloggers:

http://www.cctimeswatch.com/

* “Lisa Vorderbrueggen to address Coco Taxpayers luncheon, Nov 30″ (2007)
http://bit.ly/4voE9A

Was Ms. Vorderbrueggen paid to address the Contra Costa County Taxpayers Association? If so, by whom? Was the event partisan? If Ms. Vorderbrueggen was paid for her appearance, how might this have affected her remarks?

* Why did none of the following, or similar, information appear in Vorderbrueggen’s article about Conservative New Media? These pieces show that the practice criticized by Lisa Vorderbrueggen — being surreptitiously paid or volunteering to provide a particular point of view on the internet, anonymously or otherwise — is widespread on the political left and, indeed, on the largest blog (Daily Kos, a far-left site) in the political space. In fact, Lisa never mentions anyone on the left engaging this practice, which gives the wholly false impression that this phenomenon is confined to the right. Ha ha, the left invented it! Truth be told, the left practically owns the internet and new media, which is why we founded CNM.

“Blogging for Dollars” — Daily Kos founder Markos Moulitsas Zuniga paid by Howard Dean campaign in order to induce Zuniga to write and say favorable things about Howard Dean

http://bit.ly/61cPTm

“Jane Hamsher: Friend or Foe” — Bloggers “slinkerwink” and “nyceve” paid by liberal Firedoglake site to post on Daily Kos

http://bit.ly/8EAzpw

“Confessions of an Obama Paid Blogger” — …

http://bit.ly/4xaNEn

(article about ‘turfers; and get an article about volunteer turfers)

Use Patterico’s form letter on OFA for volunteer turfers stuff

Use Ellie Light stuff for turfers, at highest levels of Dem govt

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Further, as…(and GOP C wasnt paid to do this; what he said was true)

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LV interviewed after St. Marys Debate (8.11.09)
http://bit.ly/7IEty0

(misidentifies guy; calls Lt Gov [who won] “Mr. Geramandi,” not Lt Gov.; DeSaulnier glowing intro. 2 instances of apparent bias)

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Newspaper Death Watch
http://bit.ly/4H5E

CC Times circulation down 3.3%
http://bit.ly/67joRX

Job cuts & furloughs for CC Times
http://bit.ly/kBRxW

CC Time’s owner in financial trouble
http://bit.ly/ZRLRP

[To be continued soon...]

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Add all new stuff about “Ellie Light,” etc.

As Sarah Palin Returns, Barack Obama Hits New Lows in Polls

The early returns from Sarah Palin’s reemergence onto the public stage are in, and Barack Obama and Democrats should be very concerned. Watch the video for more:

Any plans that Obama and other of her opponents had to halt the Palin Momentum have been shattered. Like her or not — and we at Conservative New Media love her — Sarah Palin is a political and cultural force of nature who simply cannot be ignored.

– Paul F. Villarreal