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ENG: Duncan Duane Hunter (born December 7, 1976) is a member of the United States House of Representatives. Effective January 2013 he represents California's 50th congressional district. He has served in Congress since 2009, previously representing the California's 52nd congressional district, where he was preceded in office by his father Duncan Hunter. As a result of redistricting, Hunter switched to the neighboring 50th district at the start of the 113th Congress in 2013. He is a member of the Republican Party. Hunter's district covers almost all of San Diego County except for the coastal and border areas. It includes Fallbrook, San Marcos, Valley Center, Escondido, Santee, Lakeside, and mountain and desert areas stretching to the Imperial County line.Hunter is a former United States ...
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Rep Hunter Trying To Protect Homophobes In The Military


‘Eff democracy’ seems to be the latest motto out of the Republican Party. It should not be surprising that the GOP is busy doing what they can in order to try and cling to their anti-gay base for as long as possible. Republican Representative Duncan Hunter of California is one of the sore losers in the GOP who is still upset that Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell is done. What is more, he is continuing to cling to this notion that his fellow bigots are going to run away from the military. Hunter wants to add yet another obstruction to the repeal of DADT. This time, the amendment ...


Hunter: Ronald Reagan ‘Would Never Be Elected Today’


Rep. Duncan Hunter Jr. (R-CA) spoke recently to the Eagle Forum of San Diego, a right-wing group tied to Phyllis Schlafly’s anti-feminist organization. Hunter — who has previously touted his nationalistic bonafides with talk about how bike paths are unconstitutional — focused his remarks on the 2012 presidential election. Hunter said that conservatives should line up behind any electable Republican candidate because policy would still be driven by Congress, which he assumed would stay in the hands of the right. Notably, Hunter said Ronald Reagan was too moderate and could ...


Rep. Duncan Hunter's Education Bill Would Cut 43 Programs


If California Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter has his way, 43 federal education programs will be slashed. Duncan introduced a bill Friday -- the Setting New Priorities in Education Spending Act -- that would cut what he calls "wasteful" education programs. The bill is the latest in a stream of federal education bills involved in broader legislation related to the re-authorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, a 1965 law that funds public education. Plans for the bill were first reported by Education Week's Politics K-12 blog, which notes that the bill aims to cut more than ...


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Duncan D. Hunter: Fence is right fix for nation’s border problems
By Duncan D. Hunter July 5, 2014 Published in the San Diego Union Tribune No different from many areas throughout Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, San Diego County is on the front line of the illegal immigration fight. The difference is … Continue reading →
Newsletter from February 20, 2015
WHAT’S IN A NAME, MR. PRESIDENT?  There’s still much confusion around the President’s refusal to identify Islamic extremism.  In recent remarks, the President stated that we mustn’t be politically correct when battling terrorism.  Yet he refuses to say Islamic extremism.  Make sense? After serving three tours as an officer in the Marine Corps, I can say—as many others can also attest—there’s no such confusion on the battlefield.  The threat is clear.  The enemy is obvious.   Worth a look: Check out my latest interview regarding the White House summit on violent extremism.  I also spent time with KUSI on the same issue, and reiterated the importance of strong and decisive leadership in combating the Islamic State.  JORDAN COMMITTED TO ISLAMIC STATE DESTRUCTION.  A new dimension in the battle against the Islamic State was introduced through Jordanian airpower—a direct response to the death of a Jordanian pilot.   The same day that news broke of the pilot’
Army unfairly stripped major of awards
The U.S. Army is an institution of greatness. Its history and tradition are steeped in the service of sacrifice of generations of Americans who have stepped forward in times of war and peace. These soldiers have also counted on the steady hand of strong leadership at the top. Many times, a decision regarding one soldier is a decision that affects all. But there are times when that same leadership gets things wrong and stubbornly refuses to do the right thing —for whatever reason. The latest example of such a mistake involves a former Special Forces soldier and war hero, Maj. Matthew Golsteyn. Soon, Matt will face a board of inquiry to decide his future in the Army. The allegation under review: In 2010, he killed an unarmed insurgent bomb maker responsible for the death of at least two Marines in the area of Marjah. The same leadership in place to protect soldiers like Matt has already created a premature presumption of guilt without a shred of verifying evidence. Specifically, based
Average Soldiers Don’t Trust Their Generals and They Have a Point
A survey last year showed only 27% of the military felt senior leaders looked out for their best interests. To fix the morale crisis generals need to stop acting like politicians. Through a decade-plus of war, America’s military men and women, and the families that support them, have experienced their share of hardships. Separations through multiple deployments and the inherent dangers of combat are enough to press the emotional and physical limits of even the strongest individuals. For some of these faithful defenders of America’s interests, there have been difficulties far beyond the battlefield—difficulties not imposed by any enemy or the distance and time that separates them from their loved ones. Most ironically, the assault against them—intended or not—can sometimes come from within the military institution for which they fought, bled and sacrificed so much. It’s no wonder why there’s concern for morale in today’s force. Just recently, outgoing Secretary of Defens



 
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