Michael Giorgino

Mike Giorgino is a retired Navy Commander and a Gulf War veteran. He was the Republican candidate for the State Senate, 40th District in 2002. He graduated from the University of San Diego in 2000 (where he studied Constitutional Law under Professor Siegan). He practices law in San Diego and may be contacted via e-mail at [email protected]

Under Siege: The Left’s Assault on America’s Military

Burning American flags and shouting anti-American slogans, hundreds of protesters broke through a fence at a Puerto Rico bombing range two weeks ago, smashing military vehicles with sledgehammers. The purpose of these "playful" citizens was to celebrate the U.S....

A Constitutional Republic for Iraq

As the statue of Saddam Hussein came crashing down, President Bush told the Iraqi people, "You deserve better than tyranny and corruption and torture chambers. You deserve to live as free people. And I assure every citizen of Iraq: your nation will soon be free."...

State of Bankruptcy in the People’s Republic of California

Webster's dictionary defines bankruptcy as a state of financial ruin-the inability to pay one's debts. That sure sounds like what is going on in California where Governor Gray Davis and the Democrats have saddled taxpayers with a massive 35 billion dollar...

Stennis Families React to World Trade Center Flag

On Thanksgiving, the Aircraft Carrier USS John C. Stennis learned the story of how Sgt. Karl Hagstrom recovered the flag from the rubble of the World Trade Center and had shipped it to them to carry into battle. Karl has since learned the flag was received safely...

World Trade Center to Fly Flag Over Aircraft Carrier Stennis

Thanks to a patriotic New York City cop, this flag will serve as a constant reminder to the Stennis’ warriors of the justness of our cause: “‘Tis the star-spangled banner! O long may it wave, O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave.”

American Phoenix: The World Trade Center Must Rise Again

Re: A Green Light for Terrorists Contrary to widespread opinion, it is wrong to conclude that such deadly terrorist attacks are unavoidable, or that the U.S. should wait until "all the evidence" is in and then "bring the perpetrators to justice," or that retaliation...

Rolling Blackouts Hit San Diego: Brothers, You Asked For It!

"State power managers ordered rolling blackouts across California for a second straight day Tuesday, cutting off more than 125,000 customers as demand for electricity again exceeded supply. . . . The blackouts Monday struck without warning, coming in two waves that...

Atlas is Shrugging in California

"The plane was above the peaks of the skyscrapers when suddenly, with the abruptness of a shudder, as if the ground had parted to engulf it, the city disappeared from the face of the earth. It took them a moment to realize that the panic had reached the power...

 

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