Month: March 2015

  • Scott Peters on Fast Track Authority the TPP and German Beer

    Scott Peters on Fast Track Authority the TPP and German Beer

    Congressmember Scott Peters is now a Senior Party Whip as well as serving on the Armed Services and Judiciary Committees. Despite these extra commitments he, and Mary Anne Pintar, still made time to visit the club meeting on Sunday afternoon. In this short video he answers Gretchen Newsom’s question on Fast Track authority & the […]

  • MoveOn Petition: 3 U.S. Senators must Resign from the Armed Forces Active Reserves NOW

    Originally posted on Clairemont Democratic Club:
    At last night’s San Diego County Democratic Central Committee meeting, Steve Jesionka, a Marine veteran and member of the Central Committee, presented the petition that he has developed on MoveOn.org calling for three U.S. Senators who signed the letter to the leaders of Iran.  All three are members of the Reserves…

  • San Diego 350 Talk About the High Water Line Project in Mission Beach

    San Diego 350 Talk About the High Water Line Project in Mission Beach

    In case you missed Sunday’s meeting and you want to learn more about San Diego 350’s High Water Line project in Mission Beach, here’s a video of Jeanne Peterson and James Long assisted by two audience volunteers. You can download the presentation slides and read more about the meeting here.

  • Notes from March’s Meeting – Political Climate

    Notes from March’s Meeting – Political Climate

    Club President Susan Peinado called the meeting to order at our regular start time of 4:00pm. Welcome and Introduction of Elected Officials and Candidates Susan welcomed and introduced guests: Bryan Peace and Kath Rogers. She thanked everyone that brought snacks. She recognized and thanked new club members: Nathan Fletcher, Shana Hazen, Andrew Ishee, and Jimmy Tabb. She […]

  • One Paseo Petition Drive is Paramount to the Future of our City

    One Paseo Petition Drive is Paramount to the Future of our City

    I am writing as a private citizen, as an active cheerleader of our City’s community planning process and neighborhood voices, and informed by my role as chair of the San Diego Community Planners Committee.  This is about One Paseo and what the recent City Council approval means for our neighborhoods. One Paseo is a private […]

  • May 6 – THE BURDEN, Fossil Fuel, the Military and National Security

    May 6 – THE BURDEN, Fossil Fuel, the Military and National Security

    Coronado Democratic Club THE BURDEN is the first documentary of its kind to tell the story of our dependence on fossil fuels as the greatest long­‐term national security threat confronting the U.S, and how the military is leading our transition away from oil. The troops are crying out, in the words of Gen. James Mattis, “to […]