Tag Archives: November 2010 Election

TraitorGate – Boxer & Waxman “Under Fire”

      Conservative Blog ‘What Would Reagan Do?” published the following: Shocking revelations in the Daily Caller today disclose that Senator Barbara Boxer and  Congressman Henry Waxman both provided diplomatic facilities to enable “radical antiwar activists” to “cross the … Continue reading

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Jerry Brown will not apologize for calling Meg Whitman a “Whore”

“She’s, she’s a whore!” “Well I’m going to use that!” Those are the words that continue to dog Jerry Brown’s campaign to be the next governor of California. They come from Brown’s fumbled attempt to leave a voice mail message … Continue reading

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Help Nicky Diaz!

    The heart wrenching story of rags to riches housekeeper Nicky Diaz has captured the hearts of Americans. The Los Angeles Slimes is proud to offer its readers the chance to help Nicky Diaz in the difficult times ahead, … Continue reading

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It’s Deja Vu All Over Again – Allred’s Stunt Is Nothing New

While the LA Slimes exclusively revealed the rumor of a big pay day for Meg Whitman’s former housekeeper, Nicky Diaz, others in the media were equally dubious of the story of hardship at $23/hr that Nicky Diaz was spinning through … Continue reading

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Kamala Harris – The Missing Millions

Time doesn’t move fast enough for Kamala Harris, the progressive San Francisco liberal democrat who is vying to defeat front-running Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley in the November 2010 election to be California’s next Attorney General. Six months … Continue reading

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