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Renewable Energy-a Conservative Approach
No new nuclear power plants have been built in the US since the late 1970's. Senator Lamar Alexander from Tennessee recently unveiled the Republican blueprint to build 100 nuclear power plants in the US within the next 20 years. Why the rush to build nuclear power plants again? -By Tracy Emblem Read More

Event Reminders:

Realities of War: Testimonies from the Front Line
Sunday, 11/08/2009
What do you really know about war? Hear from the people who have been there in Iraq and Afganistan: GI Resistance, Women in the Military, Homeless Veterans and Military Families. Keynote Address by Rep. Bob Filner, Chairman of Veterans Affairs, with highlights from Cross My Heart, a play by Peter Dudar & Sally Marr. Followed by: Bring Their Buddies Home Sunset Vigil to honor those who have died in the Iraq and Afganistan wars. Submitted by Evelyn Treais on behalf of Deanna Kuhn.

Sunday, 11/08/2009
Can you give one weekend afternoon for real progressive change? Chuck Lowery, a longtime supporter of many progressive causes, is running for Oceanside City Council. There is a recall election going on there that is really getting steam. A win in Oceanside is a win for all of us, because we can use that momentum going into the 2010 election cycle.

List of Democratic Party events in San Diego Co.
Monday, 11/09/2009
For a list of Democratic events in San Diego County CLICK HERE Including all Democratic Clubs meetings and progressive events. You will find it ALL at this website:

Dahr Jamail to speak at UU Church in San Diego
Friday, 11/13/2009
Independent journalist, author and controversial writer Dahr Jamail will speak at First Unitarian Church in Hillcrest on Nov. 13. Join us for a heavy but hopeful presentation about the growing number of GIs who have laid down their weapons and turned their experiences into power