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Gov.-Elect Newsom’s interest in tax reform likely to face bipartisan push-back

Gov.-Elect Newsom’s interest in tax reform likely to face bipartisan push-back

  By  Chris Reed, Calwatchdog.com Governor-elect Gavin Newsom says he hopes to amend the California tax code to lessen its dependence on income and capital gains taxes paid by the very rich. Yet the last two serious attempts at tax reform were both dead on arrival, and the political dynamics since their failure appear unchanged or even more […]

The Demographic Party

The Demographic Party

    By Mike Smith The Left is running out the clock on America. And it’s working. Its total control of academia, the Democrat Party, mass media and entertainment threatens our Republic. The Left has only emotion, hysteria and deception to push. But this is all it needs as long as it continues to write […]

Orange County’s Booming Foreign-Born Population Coincides with Democrat Electoral Sweep

Orange County’s Booming Foreign-Born Population Coincides with Democrat Electoral Sweep

By John Binder . Orange County, California — once considered a conservative holdout in the blue state — has been electorally swept by Democrats in the midterm elections, coinciding with the region’s booming foreign-born populations. Until the midterm elections, four of Orange County’s six congressional districts were held by Republicans, including Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) […]

Eber: Midway at the Midway

Eber: Midway at the Midway

  By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views  “ The tumultuous 2018 midterm campaign, shaped by conflicts over race and identity and punctuated by tragedy, barreled through its final weekend as voters prepared to deliver a verdict on the first half of President Trump’s term, with Republicans bracing for losses in the House and state […]

No, Both Sides Don’t!

No, Both Sides Don’t!

  By Michael Greer With the escalating harassment and violence directed at those on the Right, Liberal pundits keep saying it comes from both sides. NO, IT DOESN’T! They then cite Charlottesville and a Tea Partier spitting on Congressman John Lewis and calling him the “N” word. They say the Tea Party was no different […]

Commentary | Hillary Clinton A Dangerous Foe

Commentary | Hillary Clinton A Dangerous Foe

. . by Naomi Fisher Hillary Clinton should be never again be allowed as a nominee for President and should be denied any future role in politics. She is unbecoming a leader who’s job is to unite a nation. Instead she is encouraging a complete division in our Country, i.e. Republican against Democrat. This divide […]

Capitol Police Arrest Ex-Democratic Staffer Suspested of DOXXING GOP Senators

Capitol Police Arrest Ex-Democratic Staffer Suspested of DOXXING GOP Senators

Andrew Kerr | Investigative Reporter U.S. Capitol Police arrested Wednesday a former Democratic staffer suspected of posting the personal information of at least one United States senator to the internet. The home addresses and other personal information of Republican Sens. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Mike Lee and Orrin Hatch of Utah were posted to […]

To My Liberal Friends

To My Liberal Friends

  By Michael Greer I’d like to have a conversation with my Liberal friends. We Conservatives believe you have a right to your opinion and the right to express it. We may not agree with you but we’d defend your right with our last breath. You, on the other hand, seem quite comfortable preventing Conservatives […]

Commentary | Why You Must Vote Republican

Commentary | Why You Must Vote Republican

    by Gail DeMario On September 12th Juan Williams (on The Five) was arguing a point with Jesse Waters and said, “Diamond and Silk” are a Minstrel Show.  I watched Fox all day to see if there would be fallout. Nope.  Not a word.  Juan Williams was fired from NPR for saying he got […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Why I am a Libertarian and not a Conservative

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Why I am a Libertarian and not a Conservative

  By L. Neil Smith This essay is based on notes I made three years ago and never did  anything else with. I have tons of material like this which will keep  graduate students occupied and happy well into the next century. I was surprised the see that, after everything that’s happened  since, they’re still […]