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The Democrats in History’s Merciless Eyes

The Democrats in History’s Merciless Eyes

    By Sigrid Weidenweber I imagine that in another thirty years historians will, with intense scrutiny, write a review of the Democratic party. Perhaps they come to the self-same conclusions some of us are drawing now. It seems that this party, once so integral to America’s system of governance, has, in the pursuit of […]

Fake Climate Science and Scientists

Fake Climate Science and Scientists

  by Paul Driessen The multi-colored placard in front of a $2-million home in North Center Chicago proudly proclaimed, “In this house we believe: No human is illegal” – and “Science is real” (plus a few other liberal mantras). I knew right away where the owners stood on climate change, and other hot-button political issues. […]

Applicant Review Panel to Review Applications for the 2020 Citizens Redistricting Commission, the Second in State History

Applicant Review Panel to Review Applications for the 2020 Citizens Redistricting Commission, the Second in State History

Sacramento, Calif. (May 9, 2019) – Today, the California State Auditor, Elaine M. Howle, randomly selected the names of the members and alternate members of the Applicant Review Panel (panel) for the selection process for the 2020 Citizens Redistricting Commission (Commission). The random drawing was held at their office in Sacramento and was live streamed and […]

The Thrill Is Gone

The Thrill Is Gone

  By Richard Colman “The Thrill is Gone” was a B.B. King hit song in the 1960’s. Today, the thrill is gone from many aspects of modern American society. Politics is no longer is thrilling.  Campaigns used to be fun.  There were campaign buttons, candidates had songs, and one could go to a rally without the […]

May 9 Deadline to Submit Maps for the Composition of the City’s Voting Districts

May 9 Deadline to Submit Maps for the Composition of the City’s Voting Districts

Camarillo, California – The public may submit maps for the composition of the City’s voting districts through May 9 for consideration by the Camarillo City Council at their public hearing of May 22, 2019, which will be the fourth public hearing. At the public hearing on April 24, 2019, the City Council heard public testimony […]

The Mueller Report Changed my Mind on Term Limits

The Mueller Report Changed my Mind on Term Limits

  By Thomas L. Knapp I haven’t read the Mueller report yet. I’m writing this on the day of its release (with redactions) by US Attorney General William Barr.  I’ll read it later, but I didn’t have to read it, or even wait for its release, to reach one conclusion from it: It’s time to […]

Three months in, Newsom has only tepid approval

Three months in, Newsom has only tepid approval

    By Dan Walters Gavin Newsom coasted into the governorship last year, defeating his Republican rival by more than a 3-2 margin. It seems a little odd, therefore, that three months into his governorship, he enjoys only tepid popular support. A new poll by the Public Policy Institute of California found that just 45 percent of all […]

Did Trump Really Do All That?

Did Trump Really Do All That?

  By Victor Davis Hanson Peggy Noonan, apparently like many, believes that Trump’s occasional callousness and crassness are unprecedented. And they have so befouled the political landscape that he has spawned rude and crude leftwing imitators. The result allegedly is the vile language of the “mean girls” such as the anti-Semitism and foul speech of […]

The Long March Through the Institutions | The Left’s Revolution By Other Means

The Long March Through the Institutions | The Left’s Revolution By Other Means

Sunday May 5, 10AM at the Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel An American Freedom Alliance one-day conference Tickets available here You’ve no doubt noticed that, somehow, over the years, the Left has infiltrated and undermined every single one of our civic institutions, including academia, entertainment, media and religious institutions among others.  Well, this is hardly coincidence, and in […]

Money in Politics and the Complacency Effect

Money in Politics and the Complacency Effect

    By Jim Sullivan On March 5th of this year the New York Times published an op-ed piece by Tim Wu titled “What the Public Wants, It doesn’t Get.”  Mr. Wu correctly stated that our governing class caters primarily to the combined influence of industry groups and donor interests.  The wants and needs of […]