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GOP In Turmoil

GOP In Turmoil

  Richard Eber, California Political News and Views A couple years following my attendance to the Republican Convention, it was my conclusion, “I was expecting with Donald Trump’s victory last fall, this place would be a hot bed of political activism. Was this reporter ever wrong? The GOP confab reminded me of a 1950’s costume […]

How Does a No-Trumper” Become a Voting Member of the California Republican Party

How Does a No-Trumper” Become a Voting Member of the California Republican Party

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Assemblyman Chad Mayes appointed Mike Madrid to be a voting delegate to the California Republican Party—though his district is in Palm Springs and Madrid lives near Sacramento.  From Capitol Public Radio, October, 2016, “Mayes has not endorsed Trump and says that although he will not vote […]

New GOP leadership faces major challenges

New GOP leadership faces major challenges

  By Richard Eber From my vantage point Saturday evening from a motel room overlooking an abandoned homeless encampment not far from the Sacramento Convention Center, trying to figure out who might emerge victorious the next day to become next Chair of the California Republican Party appeared to be a crap shoot. The three candidates […]

California Republicans elect Millennial Latina as new leader

California Republicans elect Millennial Latina as new leader

Joe Garofoli  SACRAMENTO — The California Republican Party elected Jessica Millan Patterson as its chairwoman Sunday, making her the first woman and first Latina to lead the 140-year-old organization. The 38-year-old Patterson, a longtime political operative who was raised in Hacienda Heights (Los Angeles County) and lives in Ventura County, promised to expand the beleaguered […]

Democrats Can’t Hide Crazy!

Democrats Can’t Hide Crazy!

  By Wayne Allyn Root Democrats Can’t Hide Crazy! Back in November I predicted all of this. I wrote my most controversial column ever. After the GOP had lost the House, I predicted the big winner of the November midterms was…President Trump. I’m sure some of you thought I was stark raving mad. But my […]

Lamentations from an “Almost” Delegate | This State Party is Circling the Political Drain

Lamentations from an “Almost” Delegate | This State Party is Circling the Political Drain

    By Debra Tash This weekend the California GOP will elect a new chair. If the 900 or so delegates pass over Stephen Frank and elect either Travis Allen or Jessica Patterson, the Party will no longer be circling the drain, it will be sucked down the pipe and flushed into the sea, new […]

Channel Islands Republican Club (CIGOP) Meeting – February 20, 2019

Channel Islands Republican Club (CIGOP) Meeting – February 20, 2019

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The Best One for the Job | Knowledgeable Political Consultant Makes Case to be Elected Chair of California GOP

The Best One for the Job | Knowledgeable Political Consultant Makes Case to be Elected Chair of California GOP

Dear Fellow California Republican Party Delegate: At the recent candidate debate before the Orange County Republican Central Committee, long time friend, State Senator John Moorlach asked about my background in politics.  I gave an answer and believe you should know more about me as well. I have been married for 46 years, have two children […]

‘Catastrophic Blazes’ Are Ravaging U.S. Forests. A GOP Lawmaker is Pushing Congress to Act

‘Catastrophic Blazes’ Are Ravaging U.S. Forests. A GOP Lawmaker is Pushing Congress to Act

Tim Pearce | Energy Reporter GOP Rep. Bruce Westerman wants to put federal forest management at the top of Congress’s list of priorities for 2019 and avoid a repeat of 2018’s deadly wildfire season. Westerman wants to amend the House Committee on Natural Resources’s rules package and carve out a specific policy jurisdiction on managing […]

Penalizing Courage: Why The California Republican Party is Dying

Penalizing Courage: Why The California Republican Party is Dying

    By Mike Smith Every time the California GOP loses, courage is penalized. The penalty is heaviest for Americanists here under age thirty-eight. Younger Californians, desperate for meaning, cannot glean courage from conviction-void Republicans. Yet this describes California’s Republican powerbrokers. In California, the people with conviction are mostly of the destroyer party. The California […]

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