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Why I’m a Republican

Why I’m a Republican

  By Wayne Allyn Root I’m out of the Vegas heat and enjoying the July 4th holiday weekend at my second home and personal slice of heaven, in Park City, Utah.  Park City is what America should be. There is no crime or traffic jams. Life is clean and thinking is clear up in the […]

Anti-Slavery Party formed! Also supported natural one male-one female marriage

Anti-Slavery Party formed! Also supported natural one male-one female marriage

    By Bill Federer A call to ban images of groups that were involved in slavery would include the Democrat Party’s Donkey and Islam’s Crescent,as both of these institutions were involved in the enslavement of Africans. The Democrat Partydefended the right to own slaves, as the Party’s founder, Andrew Jackson owned slaves. Beginning in colonial times, approximately 350,000 African slaves […]

Trump Celebration Events and TV Watch Parties June 18

Trump Celebration Events and TV Watch Parties June 18

by Stephen Frank, California Political News and Views,  6/11/19  This is an action item for supporters of President Trump. The time to kick his re-election into high gear has started. Notice that you have received NO communication from the Official California Republican Party and most county Parties that the President is going to officially announce […]

“Republicans Must Lead on Climate Change”

“Republicans Must Lead on Climate Change”

  By Tom Harris and Dr. Jay Lehr There have always been prominent Republicans prepared to support, or acquiesce to, the climate scare. It is a huge problem for President Donald Trump who understands, correctly, that concerns about dangerous man-made climate change are not based on solid science. As early as 1990, President George H. […]

Capital Punishment Isn’t Unconstitutional. We Should End it Anyway.

Capital Punishment Isn’t Unconstitutional. We Should End it Anyway.

  By Thomas L. Knapp On April 1, The Supreme Court of the United States ruled against death row inmate Russell Bucklew’s appeal of his execution method. Nixing his claim that a rare medical condition would make the execution unconstitutionally “cruel and unusual” by virtue of being excruciatingly painful the Court (in an opinion written […]

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 […]

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 […]

CA Republican Chair Candidate Updates Action Plan for Troubled Party

CA Republican Chair Candidate Updates Action Plan for Troubled Party

By George Miller Steve Frank, one of two major candidates remaining for the position of California Republican Party Chair, shared his latest plan with us. We now share it with you. As far as we know, he is the only candidate to have released a formal written overview plan. The state Republican Party has hit […]

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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 […]

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