Monday, July 5, 2010

CM PRESS # 185


THE CALIFORNIA LATINO LEGISLATIVE CAUCUS

Here's a list of Latinos in the California State Legislature and who are presumably also members of the California Latino Legislative Caucus. This is from the California Latino Legislative Caucus website HERE.

Latino Legislative Member Directory

Current Latino Members of the Assembly

Juan Arambula Assemblymember 2004 - Present
Anna Caballero Assemblymember 2006 – Present
Charles Calderon Assemblymember 2006 – Present
Hector De La Torre Assemblymember 2004 - Present
Kevin De Leon Assemblymember 2006 – Present
Joe Coto, Assemblymember 2004 - Present
Ed Hernandez Assemblymember 2006 – Present
Tony Mendoza Vice Chair Assemblymember 2006 – Present
Pedro Nava Assemblymember 2004 - Present
John A. Perez Assembly Speaker 2008 - Present
Manuel Perez Assemblymember 2008 - Present
Mary Salas Assemblymember 2006 – Present
Lori SaldaƱa Assemblymember 2004 - Present
Jose Solorio Assemblymember 2006 – Presen
Norma J. Torres Assemblymember 2008 – Present
Alberto Torrico Asseblymember 2004 - Present

Current Latino Members of the Senate

Ron Calderon Assemblymember 2000 – 2006, Senator 2006
Gil Cedillo, Chair Assemblymember 1997-2002, Senator 2002
Lou Correa Assemblymember 1998 – 2004, Senator 2006
Denise Ducheny Assemblymember 1994-2000, Senator 2002
Dean Florez Assemblymember 1998-2002, Senator 2002- Present
Gloria Negrete-McLeod Assemblymember 2000 – 2006, Senator 2006
Jenny Oropeza Assemblymember 2000-2006, Senator 2006
Alex Padilla Senator 2006
Gloria Romero Senator 2001
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THE CALIFORNIA LEGISLATIVE WHITE CAUCUS

Here's a list of members of the White Caucus who are looking out for the interests of White citizens of California.

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That's right, there are no members of the White caucus, because there is no White caucus.

Without organized representation of White interests, Whites are going to keep getting pushed around by those racial/ethnic groups that do have organized representation in the legislature.

So, when you read in the local papers that the "powerful" Latino Caucus may try to block the sale of the Fairgrounds to the City of Costa Mesa because the Latino Caucus doesn't like the fact that Costa Mesa wants to uphold our laws and wants illegal aliens arrested and deported, who speaks for the White citizens of Costa Mesa in the legislature?

If any legislators do speak out for our rights and for our laws, they're not organized and thus are fragmented and have no collective power.

There should be an organized White Caucus in the California legislature. Unfortunately, most of the Whites we elect are so cowardly and afraid of being called names that they won't try to organize such a caucus.
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CARJACKING WITH TEEN GIRL SLEEPING IN THE CAR THIS MORNING(Mon. 7/5) IN COSTA MESA
Link

As is often the case, the OCR didn't give a description of the carjacker. That usually means he is non-White.

UPDATE: According to the CMPD, the carjacker is a male Hispanic in his 30's.
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[The following was received from a reader]

I'm a legal American citizen and I must show my ID when:


1. Pulled over by the police.
2. Making purchases on my department store credit card.
3. When I show up for a doctor's appointment.
4. When filling out a credit card or loan application.
5. When applying for or renewing a driver's license or passport.
6. When applying for any kind of insurance.
7. When filling out college applications.
8. When donating blood.
9. When obtaining certain prescription drugs.
10. When making some debit purchases, especially if I'm out of state.
11. When collecting a boarding pass for airline or train travel.

I'm sure there are more instances, but the point is that we citizens of the USA are required to prove who we are nearly every day!

Why should people in this country illegally, be exempt!!!!!

Why shouldn't we guard our borders as closely as every other country in the world does?

Go ARIZONA !!!
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