Eyman, Fagan, Fagan and Dunmire:
30 initiatives have qualified for the ballot since 1999, voters approved 19
1999’s I-695 put us on the political map. When we turned in 514,141 voter signatures, the 2nd highest total in state history, Olympia was put on notice that the taxpayers wanted a seat at the table. Continue reading
SACRAMENTO, June 20 /CNW/ — Opponents of the California Marriage Amendment, which would restore marriage in California as only a man and a woman, filed a petition today asking the California Supreme Court to remove the proposed initiative from the November ballot, thereby silencing voters on this important issue. Continue reading
Recent news highlights the inroads the Gay Rights Movement has made in the Republican Party.
MEDIA ADVISORY, June 19 /CNW/ — World Congress of Families Global Coordinator Larry Jacobs expressed “grave concern” over a recent resolution passed by the General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS) condemning perceived human rights violations based on so-called sexual orientation and gender identity. Continue reading
Robert Novak disclosed some insider speculation, today, with this: “Conversation has increased about the possibility of Sen. Joseph Biden (D-Del.) for Vice President, heightened because of word spread that Biden really wants the job.”
The question that comes immediately to mind, of course, is: V P running mate for Obama? or for McCain?