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San Onofre

by Douglas Applegate Nada se ha hecho realmente por las 10 millones de personas viviendo dentro de un alcance de 50 millas de la Estación de Generación Nuclear de San Onofre (SONGS) en el sur de California, desde que la compañía Southern … Continue reading

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San Onofre

by Douglas Applegate Nothing has really gotten done since Southern California Edison announced the premature closure of San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station [SONGS] on June 7th 2013, for nearly 10 million Southern Californians living within 50 miles of SONGS, – one of two the … Continue reading

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¡Levante su voz y vote!

Por Jorge Lopez El Día de Las Madres fue celebrado por todos el mes pasado. Y este mes celebraremos del Día de los Padres. Para miles de personas, es una temporada llena de felicidad, celebraciones y una manera más de … Continue reading

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Raise Your Voice and Vote!

Jorge Lopez, Candidate for CA Assembly, District 67 Mother’s Day was celebrated by everyone last month. This month we celebrate Father’s Day. For many people, this is a time filled with joy, celebrations, and just one more way to honor our parents. My … Continue reading

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From the Editors

Diaz will run On Saturday May 14th at the Escondido Democratic Club, Coun-cilmember Olga Diaz announced that she will run for City Council in Escon-dido’s District 3. We congratulate her on her decision!

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¿Están siendo ataca-dos los oficiales electos por sus ideas?

por Rick Mercurio Una tendencia siniestra, en la que las órdenes de alejamiento y otras maniobras legales atacan a los funcionarios electos quienes presuntamente hablan en contra de la mayoría, ha surgido nuevamente en el Condado Norte.

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Charter Schools Cater to Parental “Choice” of Predominantly White, Christian Families

by Rick Mercurio Area charter schools tout that they provide a “choice” for families in Escondido and all of North County. That is true, but large numbers of the parents who choose charters like Heritage K-8, Escondido Charter High School … Continue reading

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What is the Status of President Obama’s Executive Action?

by Laura Johnston Kohl             Many of us who work with, live with, teach, marry, and build our futures with immigrants, are intimately tied to their futures. Sometimes, we hear a figure of 12,000,000 undocumented immigrants in our country. The … Continue reading

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Patrick Malloy, Candidate for 50th District

by Tom Frew                 California’s 50th Congressional district (CD50) covers most of eastern San Diego County, extending from Temecula in Riverside County southward through Fallbrook, San Marcos and Escondido down to Rancho San Diego.  The district stretches east to Imperial … Continue reading

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Act Now to Keep North County Livable!

by Rolf vom dorp                 Whether you look north, south, east, or west it’s the same story.   North County is about to endure a massive housing and shopping center onslaught and it must be stopped.  Developers are threatening to crush … Continue reading

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