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Resolving election confusion

California Election Officials Address Confusion Over No Party Preference Voting In State’s Presidential Primary California election officials are hoping to clear up confusion among some voters registered as No Party Preference about which party they can support in the state’s March 3 presidential primary. Unlike other elections, a voter’s party makes a big difference in …

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Eric Early rally Jan. 11 @ 2:00PM

Click the image above to get complete information about the rally for Eric Early on January 11 at 2:00p.m. at the MET Theatre in Hollywood. As a New Year gift, the first 100 people to attend the rally will receive a free Eric Early for Congress T-Shirt!    The address to the theatre is: 1089 North …

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Soros: No more equality before the law

NEW YORK CITY– Tiffany Harris allegedly assaulted three Orthodox Jewish women, hitting them in the face on Friday, and yelling “F–k you, Jews.”  She was arrested. Despite the fact that she admitted the crime, had an open harassment and assault charge, as well as a criminal mischief conviction, she was let go without bail. That’s thanks …

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Mabuhai!

Please welcome Mr. Peter Ramirez, our newest Filipino Ambassador representing Southern California. Peter’s father was the late Philippine Ambassador to Germany, Pedro G. Ramirez, who also served as the first Consul General of the Philippines in Los Angeles.  Peter was also appointed by the Secretary of Commerce to be a member of the Southern California …

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