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September 27, 2002 | MICHAEL FINNEGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Shawn Steel threw himself into politics on the streets of the San Fernando Valley in 1964 by ripping down Lyndon Johnson posters at construction sites. In the Youth for Goldwater brigades, it was known as "sniping." "You peel off their stuff and trash it, and you put up your stuff. I loved it," Steel recalled. "I learned to be confrontational pretty early."
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September 27, 2002 | MICHAEL FINNEGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Shawn Steel threw himself into politics on the streets of the San Fernando Valley in 1964 by ripping down Lyndon Johnson posters at construction sites. In the Youth for Goldwater brigades, it was known as "sniping." "You peel off their stuff and trash it, and you put up your stuff. I loved it," Steel recalled. "I learned to be confrontational pretty early."
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September 14, 2001
The California Republican Party announced Thursday the cancellation of its annual fall convention, which was scheduled to begin today in Los Angeles. "Now is not the time for politics, but a time for rebuilding and reflection," said party Chairman Shawn Steel. The three-day gathering was expected to draw as many as 1,500 party activists.
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January 29, 1999 | MASSIE RITSCH
Brooks Firestone, who until November represented part of Ventura County in the state Assembly, has announced that he will seek the vice chairmanship of the California Republican Party. "I think that the historical values of the Republican Party are the best values of the country, and California, and Santa Barbara and Ventura," Firestone said Wednesday.
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October 28, 2008 | Peter Wallsten, Wallsten is a Times staff writer.
The social conservatives and moderates who together boosted the Republican Party to dominance have begun a tense battle over the future of the GOP, with social conservatives already moving to seize control of the party's machinery and some vowing to limit John McCain's influence, even if he wins the presidency.
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May 9, 1996 | From Associated Press
The State Bar said Wednesday it will investigate the leaking of an unfavorable report about Gov. Pete Wilson's latest state Supreme Court appointee and review the rules of its own judge-screening commission to see whether changes are needed. The bar's Commission on Judicial Nominees Evaluation, known as the JNE or Jenny Commission, came under attack by prominent conservatives last week for giving an "unqualified" rating to Supreme Court nominee Janice Rogers Brown.
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August 21, 2003 | H.G. Reza, Times Staff Writer
A Southern California Muslim leader has sued the National Review magazine and a former chairman of the California Republican Party for defamation, alleging that they falsely suggested in a commentary that he endorsed anti-Semitic views. Hussam Ayloush, executive director of the Southern California chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said Shawn Steel defamed him in a June 19 commentary that appeared on the magazine's Web site.
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February 11, 2003 | Mark Arax, Times Staff Writer
It seemed like a minor misdeed at the time, at least in the eyes of many San Joaquin Valley voters reeling from the affairs of then-Rep. Gary A. Condit (D-Ceres). Two years ago, in the buildup to a race for state Assembly, Republican candidate Steve Samuelian admitted to a rather embarrassing fall from grace.
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January 20, 2001 | JEAN O. PASCO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Prominent California Republicans gathered Friday for a "unity breakfast" in Washington, D.C., to celebrate the inauguration of George W. Bush, co-hosted by a new GOP group urging tolerance for gays and lesbians. The breakfast was organized by the Republican Unity Coalition, an alliance of homosexual and heterosexual Republicans. The group was co-founded by Brian O'Leary Bennett, former chief of staff to retired Orange County Rep. Robert K. Dornan.
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April 11, 1986 | RENATE ROBEY, Times Staff Writer,
A Granada Hills woman and her son filed a $5-million damage suit Thursday against Mobil Oil Corp. for injuries suffered in an auto accident when an oil pipeline burst Monday evening. The suit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, says Eleni Kyriazopoulos, 41, was driving on Woodley Avenue in Granada Hills about 7:30 p.m. with her son, Constantine Jr., 10, when the oil line under the street broke.
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