Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Entitlement Bubble

Over at National Review Online, Kevin Willamson really hits it out of the park with a direct and honest assessment of the problem we have created for ourselves.  The short version: today is the boom time for entitlements.   Think about … Continue reading

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Q & A From Adams & Associates

Clearly pro-union, and just as clearly needing to return to school to learn how to write, A&A is the worst-written, most biased questionnaire yet. Adams_questions These guys are cheap too.   The did not provide a stamped, self-addressed envelope for a return … Continue reading

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Q & A From Talley Associates

Talley Associates asked questions Talley_questions I answered with characteristic truth! Sunday, September 11, 2010 Responses to Talley & Associates Questions Ms. Talley, Thanks for sending your list of questions.  I will answer all questions sent to me.  Additionally, I will … Continue reading

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Campaign Literature: A Flyer

My radical ideas for government are expressed in a single page.  It was too radical to hand out at the event sponsored by the Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce. Campaign Flyer 2010

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Q & A From Lincoln Club

The Lincoln Club asked me questions  Lincoln_Club_Questions I responded. August 30, 2010 Mr. Marks, Thanks for sending along the Lincoln Club packet. As I mentioned in our phone call tonight, the packet did not get to me until hours before … Continue reading

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Q & A From City of Fountain Valley

Questions from the City of Fountain Valley shown in italics Name: Frank Evan Perdicaro Age: 45 Birth place: Massachusetts How long have you lived in Fountain Valley? 14 years Occupation: Currently unemployed, but was for 23 years active in the … Continue reading

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Q & A From Orange County Register

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