Mastering nature's waves gave L.A. Senate candidate Shifren capability to swim with the sharks in Sacramento

Rabbi Nachum Shifren describes how surfing has qualified him to navigate the waves of Sacramento for Los Angelenos.


California's Carly Fiorina, who could sway Senate balance from Obama, intimates to Dennis Prager

(DemoCast original video) Radio-host Dennis Prager interviews Carly Fiorina, live, before an audience in Los Angeles on October 24th.

(TransWorldNews) Who voters choose in California may also be the deciding factor as to whether control of the Senate remains with Democrats or passes to Republicans.

The hard-fought race between Democrat Barbara Boxer and Republican Carly Fiorina is being tipped as one of the deciding races in the Senate balance.

It is widely expected that Republicans will win in the House, however the bid for control of the Senate is a much harder feat. Democrats currently have a majority of 59, with 57 Democrats and 2 independents, so the Republicans would have to keep all of their seats plus win a further 10 to tip the balance in their favor.

Aside from ousting three-term incumbent Boxer in California, the Republicans would also have to oust Nevada’s Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid as well as President Obama’s former seat of Illinois and the seat held by Democrat Robert Byrd for five decades in West Virginia, currently being contested by Democrat Joe Manchin in a very tight race with Republican John Raese.

California and Washington are said to be the two races which will ultimately decide the fate of the Senate, and Carly Fiorina is being backed big-time by Republicans. The former Hewlett-Packard CEO has been bolstered by more than $5 million into her campaign coffers, which shows "not only the importance of this race but also the viability of Carly," according to a Fiorina campaign spokesperson.

At this point, Boxer is in the mid-40’s in the polls, which has her campaign worried, with little less than two weeks until the election. But in this volatile political climate, nothing is certain until polls close November 2.


Obama to host "Moving America Forward" event at USC in support of Gov candidate Jerry Brown and Sen. Barbara Boxer

Obama Traffic Hell this Friday? Maybe Not This Time says the LAist

The White House is not going to announce days ahead what streets President Barack Obama will be using when he comes to town on Friday, but the administration is definitey aware of the anger caused back in August when a 30 minute drive turned into a three hour one. If anything, things shouldn't be as crazy this time. Obama is scheduled to attend a fundraiser for U.S. Senate candidate Barbara Boxer and hold a rally at USC.
"We can't release all the details yet, but it looks like only two streets will be closed between 11:20 (a.m.) and 3 p.m.," LAPD Sgt. Mitzi Grasso told the Daily News. "We've been working with the CHP, Department of Transportation and the U.S. Secret Service to minimize the impact on motorists."
"Our special operations section says it will be a minimal impact on traffic," added LADOT spokesperson Sean Anderson, who said there should be areas where you can cross the street.
Members of the public wishing to RSVP should visit  my.barackobama.com/page/content/MAF-LA-RSVP/.


Former eBay honcho, Calif Gov candidate Meg Whitman, tells "Start-Up Nation" co-author Dan Senor of her familiarity in acquiring Israeli high-tech companies

California's Republican gubernatorial candidate, Meg Whitman, shares her familiarity with Israeli high-tech commerce from her experience when managing eBay. "Start-Up Nation" co-author, Dan Senor, interviews Ms. Whitman at "30 Years Later," Iranian-Jewish-American civic-affairs conference, on 10/10/10. Ms. Whitman professes her commitment to Israel's right to exist and Israel's right to defend herself- and she would use her position as Governor of California to promote those positions.


Carly Fiorina criticizes Washington's Middle-East policies; will challenge Calif Sen. Barbra Boxer at polls

California senate candidate Carly Fiorina relates concerns about the Obama Administration and Democrat-controlled Senate's prioritizing of forcing a Palestinian State on Israel and what she considers misguiding U.S. policy to enable Ahmadinejad's Iranian regime's tyranny and fostering a nuclear-weapons race in the Middle East.

DemoCast video interview at the Iranian-American, 30YearsAfter Conference in Los Angeles October 10, 2010.


CBN's "Stakelbeck on Terror" finds its groove - 30-min counter-jihad, pro-Zionism TV series achieves 100k online views to Muslim Brotherhood infiltration feature

Check out Part 1 of the 'Muslim Brotherhood' story on the September 20th show. Courtesy of Christian Broadcasting Network CBN http://www.cbn.com

On the Oct 5 week's edition of Stakelbeck on Terror: Watch an exclusive with Spain's former president, he's had enough of the "Blame Israel First" crowd.  Also - the conclusion of our expose on the Muslim Brotherhood in America.  All this and more.


Radio's Jesse Lee Peterson endorses inner-city education-reformer Rabbi Nahum Shifren for State Senator from L.A.

Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson calls for voters to overcome race and religious prejudices to vote for a person's character. Peterson endorses 26th District Senate candidate, inner-city teacher Rabbi Nahum Shifren, terming him, "like a brother to me!" Rabbi Shifren is widely recognized as L.A.'s modern day Sidney Portier-type teacher as in "To Sir, With Love" - who works to save minority students from a harsh society and broken educational system.

The Beverly Hills Courier publisher, Clifton Smith, emcees the occasion.

Administration's domestic and foreign policies addressed at pre-election panel, "Securing America's Future" with Medved, Mona Charen, David Horowitz, and Cliff May

Michael Medved moderated a panel discussion, "Securing America's Future," on September 26th in Los Angeles. The panel, organized by Washington-based, Jewish Policy Center, addressed the current political landscape and the effects that Obama Administration policies are having on American security, domestic and global. The participating panelists were syndicated columnist, Mona Charen, the Center for the Defense of Democracy's Cliff May, and Freedom Center's David Horowitz.

A particular point of discussion in this clip (courtesy of the Republican Jewish Coalition) was why Obama's Palestinian-state initiative (amplified by the mainstream-media's pro-Palestinian bias) will not overcome fundamentalist-Islamic intolerance against non-Muslim autonomy, such as Israel, on the frontlines of the civilizational struggle which endangers all Western societies.


African-American activist declares that America's racial-voting experiment has failed; Encourages return to voting on candidate's character, issues

African-American activist, Les Jordan, solicits support for L.A.'s Calif. State Senate Candidate Nahum Shifren- a white, urban-activist running against an incumbent, African-American liberal, Curren Price. Les Jordan accuses blacks of playing racial politics against whites to derail criticism of Obama's Administration. Mr. Jordan feels Pres. Obama is supporting illegal Hispanic immigrants as potential voters - to the detriment of African-Americans and Hispanic-Americans.

Les Jordan, America's Black Shield activist and blog-moderator, absolves non-black critics of Pres. Obama (and the Congressional Black Caucus) from fear of guilt of racism in this fascinating, in-depth discussion. Mr. Jordan reveals unethical black-racism against whites and blacks dissatisfied with Obama as president. He exposes the Nation of Islam as a mafia and poses uncomfortable questions about their ties with Obama and their critics. Read Mr. Jordan's blog-posts on America's Black Shield's blog.