James Shaw

McClintock can bring the buns

Not surprisingly, our congressman, Tom McClintock, voted no on H.R. 5618 to extend unemployment benefits for 12 million Americans who still find themselves out of work. The unempl ...

Tom McClintock nixed benefits

Tom McClintock was one of 12 who voted against extending unemployment benefits to millions of Americans still unemployed in this terrible recession. Unemployment benefits do not ...

McClintock defends vote

In a Nov. 8 letter, James Shaw of Rocklin calls me an “extremist” because I was one of 18 members of the House who voted “against stopping Medicare premium increases.” Here ...

Government can butt out

In response to James Shaw “McClintock vote up in smoke” (Reader Input, June 16), what part of the government not interfering in your life don’t you like? The fact is that pe ...

Fuming over Tobacco Bill

I must respectfully disagree with Mr. James Shaw’s reaction to Mr. McClintock’s vote against the Tobacco Bill (“McClintock vote up in smoke,” June 16). When are the peopl ...

McClintock shows maturity

James Shaw (Reader Input, June 16) attacking Tom McClintock’s “Smoke Vote” is typical rhetoric of those who support the childlike angry people elected, appointed and now serv ...

McClintock vote up in smoke

Congress passed the Tobacco Bill today with both the Senate and the House passing it by wide margins. But our representative Tom McClintock voted no. He would prefer our children ...