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  • Detecting extrasolar moons akin to Solar System satellites with an Orbital Sampling Effect

    03/25/2014 6:59:19 AM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 2 replies
    Astrobiology ^ | March 25, 2014 | Rene Heller
    Despite years of high accuracy observations, none of the available theoretical techniques has yet allowed the confirmation of a moon beyond the Solar System. Methods are currently limited to masses about an order of magnitude higher than the mass of any moon in the Solar System. I here present a new method sensitive to exomoons similar to the known moons. Due to the projection of transiting exomoon orbits onto the celestial plane, satellites appear more often at larger separations from their planet. After about a dozen randomly sampled observations, a photometric orbital sampling effect (OSE) starts to appear in the...
  • More Republicans Poised to Run Against Freshman Ami Bera

    08/23/2013 1:50:29 PM PDT · by calif_reaganite · 10 replies
    Roll Call ^ | 8/23/2013 | Emily Cahn
    The Republican field in California’s competitive 7th District is poised to grow after Labor Day, with two prospective candidates planning to make announcements about the race. Former Rep. Doug Ose, a Republican who represented a large portion of the redrawn 7th District from 1999 until 2005, is expected to make an announcement on his plans for the race after Labor Day, according to a source close to Ose’s campaign. The source would not confirm whether Ose plans to run, but other operatives in the Golden State say Ose is likely to enter the race. Another Republican, Igor Birman, who currently...
  • Tom McClintock's Blow-Out Win Over Doug Ose Is A Big Deal

    06/05/2008 9:43:13 AM PDT · by NathanR · 55 replies · 146+ views
    Club for Growth ^ | 6/4/2008 | Jon Fleischman
    Without a doubt, the Republican primary for California's Fourth Congressional District was the highest profile legislative race taking place in yesterday's statewide elections in California. Whether you look at how the race shaped up locally, or how it was covered Inside The Beltway, the battle between conservative State Senator Tom McClintock and moderate former U.S. Representative Doug Ose was truly looked to as an election-day indicator of where the heart and soul of the GOP was, and whether Republicans want to see change in direction that their party has taken in the United States Capitol. Despite the massive financial advantage...
  • CA: Pete the Party Wrecker Strikes Again (Pete Wilson, exposed)

    05/30/2008 3:58:11 PM PDT · by calcowgirl · 39 replies · 112+ views
    Sacramento Union ^ | May 28, 2008 | William E. Saracino
    Not content with his legacy of seriously damaging the Republican Party in California during his term in office, former Gov. Pete Wilson has weighed in on the Sacramento-area Tom McClintock vs. Doug Ose congressional primary ... I lived in Sacramento and was deeply involved in GOP politics during the “Wilson years,” and as such think there are a couple of items Republican voters in the 4th Congressional district ought to take into account as they weigh the liberal Wilson’s endorsement of the liberal Ose. * If Pete Wilson had gotten his way, Ronald Reagan would have never been in the...
  • CA: Fight to replace Doolittle divides Placer Republicans

    06/02/2008 6:43:01 AM PDT · by CounterCounterCulture · 41 replies · 61+ views
    Sacramento Bee ^ | 2 June 2008 | Peter Hecht
    (snip) Doolittle was hailed by elected officials in a vast, stoutly Republican district for bringing home federal dollars. His bountiful political leadership fund furnished the purse strings for candidates and causes. His fiery conservatism plucked the heartstrings of party activists. (snip) Regional elected officials who stood with Doolittle now overwhelmingly support former Sacramento-area Rep. Doug Ose, claiming he is best suited to secure federal funding for local projects and infrastructure. Republican Party activists, particularly the local county GOP central committee members who were among Doolittle's most devout supporters, are breaking strongly for Ose's rival, state Sen. Tom McClintock. (snip) Tom...
  • Shame on Pete Wilson

    05/28/2008 4:36:55 PM PDT · by Amerigomag · 27 replies · 112+ views
    The Flash Report ^ | 05-28-2008 | Jon Fleischman
    As a Regional Vice Chairman of the California Republican Party, I take seriously my commitment to stay out of contested Republican primaries for partisan office. As such, it has been difficult for me to sit on the sidelines during the epic battle in the 4th Congressional District, because that primary is really all about defining the heart and soul of the GOP. I will leave it to the Republican voters in this large Congressional District in North Eastern California to decide for themselves whether they want to elect former Congressman Doug Ose or State Senator Tom McClintock. All that said,...
  • Support Tom McClintock on KFBK Poll -- POLL FREEP

    05/28/2008 6:01:54 PM PDT · by calif_reaganite · 5 replies · 300+ views
    Tom McClintock's E-Team | 4/28/2008 | Tom McClintock's E-Team
      Support Tom in KFBK's online poll. Send KFBK the message that Doug Ose has been the mud slinger in this race!Click Here to Vote in the Poll!   Paid for by McClintock for Congress
  • Ex-Gov. Wilson takes sides in Northern Calif. GOP primary

    05/27/2008 8:05:11 PM PDT · by Amerigomag · 60 replies · 213+ views
    Former Gov. Pete Wilson has lashed out at GOP state Sen. Tom McClintock, saying McClintock couldn't be counted on in the Legislature and should not go to Congress. Wilson, a fellow Republican, made the remarks during a campaign event for the 4th Congressional District GOP primary organized by McClintock rival Doug Ose. The two are battling to replace incumbent GOP Rep. John Doolittle, who is retiring. McClintock was in the state Assembly while Wilson was governor. Wilson said McClintock was the first to criticize but the last to help his own team. McClintock's campaign did not immediately respond to a...
  • McClintock strikes back at wealthy rival Ose after attack

    05/27/2008 7:51:15 AM PDT · by SmithL · 11 replies · 127+ views
    Sacramento Bee ^ | 5/27/8 | Peter Hecht
    Candidate Doug Ose is a businessman with family partnerships worth at least $117 million, including burgeoning investments in real estate, stocks, farm land and mini-storage facilities.Candidate Tom McClintock is a 22-year state lawmaker with a legislative salary and per diem expense checks and a net worth he estimates at $175,000.Recently filed financial documents, plus tax returns and other records provided to The Bee by the leading Republican candidates in the 4th Congressional District primary race, offer clear economic contrasts between the two men. As the contenders assail each other over financial issues and demand disclosures, the documents serve up some...
  • Ose, McClintock have raised millions in 4th District race, FEC reports show

    05/23/2008 8:15:45 AM PDT · by SmithL · 12 replies · 155+ views
    Sacramento Bee ^ | 5/23/8 | David Whitney
    WASHINGTON – Money pouring into the closely watched primary battle between former Rep. Doug Ose and state Sen. Tom McClintock is approaching $4 million and spending is not far behind, according to reports filed with the Federal Election Commission. The two Republicans are vying in the 4th Congressional District for their party's nomination to succeed Rep. John Doolittle, who is retiring at the end of the year in the face of a three-year federal investigation of his relationship with former lobbyist Jack Abramoff. New reports for April 1 through May 15 showed McClintock raising more money from individual contributors than...
  • Last-minute update from Tom McClintock (CA-CD4)

    05/22/2008 12:34:52 PM PDT · by calif_reaganite · 27 replies · 132+ views
    Email | May 21, 2008 | Tom McClintock
    Dear E-Team: As much as I would like to think this campaign for the Republican nomination in the 4th Congressional district is over, it is not. Although we still hold a sizeable lead, my opponent has unleashed the ugliest smear campaign I have seen in over 30 years in politics attacking both my integrity and my patriotism.  He has backed it with over $2.5 million of his personal fortune and actually bragged that he planned to “bury McClintock in money.” But he hadn’t taken two things into account: the decency of the public and the devotion of supporters like you,...
  • Tom McClintock: Conservative soothsayer or rigid idealogue?

    05/12/2008 8:03:12 AM PDT · by SmithL · 29 replies · 62+ views
    Sacramento Bee ^ | 5/12/8 | Peter Hecht
    To his devotees, state Sen. Tom McClintock is a righteous defender of the Constitution and an unrepentant fighter for reining in government spending. To his detractors, the conservative populist and revered orator is a lone wolf who refuses to bend even when his closest colleagues are preaching compromise. "Lincoln said, 'I am not bound to win, but I am bound to be true,' " said McClintock, a 22-year state lawmaker. "I have stayed true to my convictions." McClintock, the Thousand Oaks lawmaker now running for Congress in Northern California's 4th District, is a man as consistent in his principles as...
  • Ad Watch: Group backing McClintock bashes rival Ose as a liberal

    05/11/2008 2:01:29 PM PDT · by SmithL · 19 replies · 69+ views
    McClatchy News via SacBee ^ | 5/11/8 | David Whitney, McClatchy Washington Bureau
    The conservative Club for Growth was an early supporter of state Sen. Tom McClintock in his bid for the Republican nomination to succeed Rep. John Doolittle in the 4th Congressional District. This week the club's political action committee began radio and television ads in an independent campaign against the Thousand Oaks Republican's opponent, former Rep. Doug Ose. Following is the television ad's text and an analysis by David Whitney of The Bee's Washington Bureau:•ANNOUNCER: Doug Ose has lots of ads, but they leave out several pieces of the puzzle.Ose had a really liberal record in Congress. He voted to waste...
  • Editorial: Doug Ose is GOP's best choice in 4th Congressional District

    05/11/2008 1:44:04 PM PDT · by SmithL · 7 replies · 94+ views
    Sacramento Bee ^ | 5/11/8 | Editor
    With John Doolittle vacating the 4th Congressional District seat after 16 years, voters will elect someone new. This heavily Republican district stretches from Sacramento to Lake Tahoe and runs up the Sierra Nevada to the Oregon border. The winner of the June 3 Republican primary will face presumptive Democratic nominee Charlie Brown. The GOP race features two well-known candidates. Doug Ose is a land developer and former three-term congressman. Tom McClintock is a 22-year state legislator who has been on the statewide ballot seven times. (Suzanne Jones and Theodore Terbolizard also are on the Republican ballot.) Ose and McClintock have...
  • Republicans Ose, McClintock attack each other in spirited debate

    04/17/2008 8:08:24 AM PDT · by SmithL · 16 replies · 138+ views
    Sacramento Bee ^ | 4/17/8 | Peter Hecht
    The leading Republican contenders to replace retiring Rep. John Doolittle pounded each other with charges of selling out their public service on Wednesday in a spirited debate reflecting the tense, closely watched primary race. Former Sacramento-area Rep. Doug Ose repeatedly assailed state Sen. Tom McClintock for trumpeting conservative credentials while serving as a career politician "taking inappropriate advantage" of some $300,000 in state per diem payments while living just miles from the Capitol in Elk Grove. McClintock lit into Ose for accepting $600,000 in farm subsidies for agricultural land he owned while serving on a House agricultural committee and making...
  • Ose's personal spending on House race may help rival McClintock

    04/04/2008 8:27:38 AM PDT · by SmithL · 6 replies · 124+ views
    Sacramento Bee ^ | 4/4/8 | David Whitney
    WASHINGTON – Doug Ose is drawing heavily from his personal fortune to pay for his aggressive Republican congressional primary campaign against Thousand Oaks Sen. Tom McClintock. McClintock could be a beneficiary. Ose notified the Federal Election Commission this week that he had pumped $849,000 into his campaign for the 4th Congressional District seat held by Rep. John Doolittle, R-Roseville. Doolittle, under federal investigation, announced in January that he would not run for a 10th term, opening the door to the attack-laden primary battle. Ose's notice, filed Monday as the campaign books on the first quarter were being closed, triggers a...
  • AdWatch: Ose's ad hits McClintock as a carbetbagger

    04/02/2008 8:08:38 AM PDT · by SmithL · 32 replies · 67+ views
    Sacramento Bee ^ | 4/2/8 | Peter Hecht,
    Doug Ose's 4th Congressional District campaign is running a new television ad central to one of Ose's themes – that rival Tom McClintock is a more profound political carpetbagger than he is.The ad shows a narrator walking an oversized California map from McClintock's Thousand Oaks-area state Senate district to the 4th District near Sacramento. Ose appears at the end of the ad.The following is the text of the ad and analysis by Peter Hecht of the Bee's Capitol Bureau. • NARRATOR: For 22 years, Tom McClintock has been representing Los Angeles in the Legislature. But now term limits are forcing...
  • Candidates bring different take in race for Doolittle's seat

    03/31/2008 8:07:41 AM PDT · by SmithL · 3 replies · 133+ views
    Sacramento Bee ^ | 3/31/8 | David Whitney
    WASHINGTON – The campaign trail is lined with the political wrecks of the unknowns and the unknowables who have fallen along the way in their own personal quest for a seat in Congress. This year, three candidates are hoping to avoid a similar fate as they seek a spot on the ballot in the red-hot campaign for the seat being vacated by Rep. John Doolittle. School district legal analyst Suzanne Jones of Citrus Heights, Cedar Ridge artist Theodore Terbolizard and legal philosopher John Wolfgram will be campaigning in the shadows of Republicans Doug Ose and Tom McClintock and Democrat Charlie...
  • List of Republicans voting against Marriage amendment

    09/30/2004 5:25:26 PM PDT · by wdkeller · 23 replies · 1,451+ views
    9/23/04 | Me
    In case you haven't heard, the Marriage amendment got shot down in the house: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,134134,00.htmlHere's the Republicans voting Nay: Bass Biggert Bono Castle Cox Dreier Foley Frelinghuysen Gerlach Gibbons Gilchrest Greenwood Hobson Hostettler Houghton Johnson (CT) Kirk Knollenberg Kolbe Leach McInnis Ose Paul Pryce (OH) Sanders Shays Simmons Here's the republicans not voting: Boehlert Cannon Diaz-Balart, L. Diaz-Balart, M. Dunn Hunter Nethercutt Ros-Lehtinen Tauzin Be sure to contact these people & show your appreciation. Here's the list of Dems voting FOR: Berry Bishop (GA) Boucher Boyd Carson (OK) Chandler Cooper Costello Cramer Davis (AL) Davis (TN) Edwards Etheridge Ford Gordon...
  • Lungren named winner in congressional primary (CA-3)

    03/10/2004 9:51:21 PM PST · by LdSentinal · 10 replies · 153+ views
    Sacramento Bee ^ | 3/10/04 | David Whitney
    <p>Eight days after the primary election, former state Attorney General Dan Lungren finally emerged as the winner of the Republican nomination to succeed Rep. Doug Ose next year as the 3rd Congressional District's next congressman.</p> <p>"This was probably the most difficult contest I've ever been through," Lungren sighed after taking a call from Oller conceding the race. "It was a great lesson in patience and humility."</p>
  • Dan Lungren launches run for congress

    09/28/2003 5:45:10 AM PDT · by Impy · 11 replies · 1,119+ views
    Amador LEDGER-DISPATCH ^ | Wednesday, September 24, 2003 | Sean Rabé
    Former California Attorney General Dan Lungren has announced his intention to run for the 3rd Congressional District of the U.S. House of Representatives, currently held by U.S. Rep. Doug Ose, R-Sacramento. Lungren will face off against California State Senator Rico Oller, R-San Andreas, who currently represents Amador County as part of the First Senatorial District. Ose announced in May that he would not seek re-election, creating a vacuum in the solidly Republican district that stretches across the Sacramento Valley and runs to the Nevada border, taking in all of Alpine, Amador and Calaveras Counties, all of the rural portions of...
  • Recruiting for Senate Races Stumbles at Start

    06/03/2003 12:17:57 AM PDT · by LdSentinal · 2 replies · 221+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | 6/2/03 | Helen Dewar
    Two years after a successful effort to round up winning candidates for last year's Senate elections, Republicans are running into some obstacles in recruting for 2004: a lack of strong contenders in several key states, and too many aspirants in others. The good news for Republicans is that Democrats appear to have even more acute problems, including the likely retirement of Democratic incumbents in several tossup or GOP-leaning Southern states in addition to recruiting difficulties. Largely because of these opportunities in these open races, Republicans are the early favorites to retain or expand their current 51 to 49 majority in...
  • Can the GOP outbox Sen. Boxer in 2004?

    04/22/2003 11:08:50 PM PDT · by LdSentinal · 22 replies · 199+ views
    The Hill ^ | 4/23/03 | Peter Savodnik
    Sen. Barbara Boxer's so-so fundraising efforts and a recent poll that reflects tepid support for the two-term California Democrat are fueling Republican hopes of winning the seat in 2004. Republicans brand Boxer as a San Francisco liberal who's alienated everyone from rice farmers in the Central Valley to Latinos in East Los Angeles to Christian conservatives in San Diego County, the Inland Empire and beyond. But Democrats say no single Republican in the state of 35 million can beat Boxer, given that she has more than $2 million in her campaign kitty and a powerful network of fundraisers, consultants and...
  • Calif. GOP Ready to Unseat Sen. Boxer

    02/22/2003 10:21:06 PM PST · by LdSentinal · 21 replies · 248+ views
    The Associated Press ^ | 2/22/03 | Erica Werner
    SACRAMENTO - The California State Republican Party convention this weekend was a showcase for potential challengers to Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer in 2004. Rep. Doug Ose, R-Sacramento, played master of ceremonies at a luncheon Saturday, and Rep. George Radanovich, R-Mariposa, was scheduled to emcee the dinner banquet. Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Vista, hosted a reception for delegates, and failed gubernatorial candidate Bill Simon announced he was starting a new political action committee that will position him for a potential run. The four are considered among the leading contenders, though none has formally announced plans to run. Republicans have their sights on...
  • Congressman Doug Ose on "Hogue In The Morning"

    09/29/2002 7:45:26 PM PDT · by 1380 KTKZ Sacramento · 219+ views
    "Talk and News 1380 KTKZ" ^ | September 29, 2002 | Eric Hogue
    Join the 'Eric Hogue Show' in the morning (5-9AM / Sacramento) as we talk with Congressman Doug Ose (R - California) during the 8AM hour. Discussion will be on Homeland Security Legislation and the Democrats pants wetting and war tantrums...oops, I mean partison viewpoints over Iraq...err...their position - whatever! Your invited via the web site audio streaming, toll free call number is 888-923-1380
  • Perot says no thanks to Ose energy hearing

    07/23/2002 2:34:39 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 3 replies · 217+ views
    Sac Bee ^ | 7/23/02 | David Whitney -- Bee Washington Bureau
    <p>WASHINGTON -- A House hearing into the role played by Perot Systems in California's electricity crisis fizzled Monday when the star witness, Texas billionaire Ross Perot, decided not to attend.</p> <p>Perot's absence left Rep. Doug Ose, the Sacramento Republican whose House Government Reform energy policy subcommittee was conducting the hearing, with little to show for the afternoon's effort except grief.</p>