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POLITICS | Top Democrats and Republicans Unite in Opposing Calls to Defund Police

POLITICS | Top Democrats and Republicans Unite in Opposing Calls to Defund Police

BY IVAN PENTCHOUKOV Top Republicans and Democrats expressed bipartisan opposition in recent days to the idea of defunding local and state police forces across the nation. Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and President Donald Trump opposed the idea, which has been promoted by far-left Democrats including Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) “There won’t […]

POLITICS | Poll: Twice the Number of Republicans ‘Strongly Agree,’ Harmful for Media to Exaggerate CCP Virus Threat

POLITICS | Poll: Twice the Number of Republicans ‘Strongly Agree,’ Harmful for Media to Exaggerate CCP Virus Threat

BY MASOOMA HAQ A new poll shows that two-thirds of both Republican and Democrats think coronavirus misinformation is a major issue. What varies is who each group thinks is to blame for the falsehoods. CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus misinformation is a major problem says 82 percent of Democrats and 73 percent of Republicans. Democrats were much […]

Republicans Can’t Seem to Make Up Their Minds About Mail and Voting

Republicans Can’t Seem to Make Up Their Minds About Mail and Voting

    Thomas L. Knapp One laudable side effect of the COVID-19 panic is a nationwide effort to promote “vote by mail” as a universal alternative to standing in line at polling places. One reason that effort is laudable is that it would likely decrease vote fraud. Yes, I said “decrease.” And Republicans were saying […]

Trump Says Bailouts for Democratic-Run States Are Unfair to Republicans

Trump Says Bailouts for Democratic-Run States Are Unfair to Republicans

BY JACK PHILLIPS   President Donald Trump said on May 4 that states shouldn’t expect federal bailouts amid the CCP virus pandemic. “I think Congress is inclined to do a lot of things, but I don’t think they’re inclined to do bailouts. A bailout is different than, you know, reimbursing for the plague,” Trump told the New York Post, adding that […]

Frank | Breaking the One Party State

Frank | Breaking the One Party State

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views The Big Story Republican Party Conundrum:  Republican in California have to spend money to win back seven congressional seats lost in 2018.  We need to save the Senate seats for several GOP Senators and those of our Assembly members.  It will be tough and it […]

POLITICS | House Republicans Accuse Democrats Of Exploiting Coronavirus Crisis To Push ‘Extreme’ Immigration Agenda

POLITICS | House Republicans Accuse Democrats Of Exploiting Coronavirus Crisis To Push ‘Extreme’ Immigration Agenda

JASON HOPKINS IMMIGRATION AND POLITICS REPORTER . Republican members of the House Oversight Committee accused their Democratic colleagues of exploiting the coronavirus pandemic to push their own “extreme” immigration agenda. House Oversight Committee Ranking Member Jim Jordan said congressional Democrats were attempting to use the COVID-19 outbreak “to advocate for their extreme changes in immigration policy,” […]

Why are Republicans and Democrats So Divided over Coronavirus?

Why are Republicans and Democrats So Divided over Coronavirus?

    By Wayne Allyn Root Obviously, we are a very badly divided nation. So divided, we agree on virtually nothing. So divided, we can’t even talk to each other anymore. So divided, one side doesn’t believe in anything the other side says. So divided California, New York and Illinois might as well be on […]

POLITICS | Primary Results Indicate Republicans Could Flip 6 California Districts

POLITICS | Primary Results Indicate Republicans Could Flip 6 California Districts

BY PETR SVAB Republicans could flip six congressional seats in California in November, based on primary results. Four additional seats are enough to make GOP candidates competitive. Democrats, on the other hand, don’t seem to have an easy path open to even one seat currently held by a Republican. California as a whole leans left, with Democrats holding […]

POLITICS | Senate Republicans Introduce Bill to Help Independent Contractors who Provide Necessary Services to Vulnerable Communities

POLITICS | Senate Republicans Introduce Bill to Help Independent Contractors who Provide Necessary Services to Vulnerable Communities

SACRAMENTO – Senate Republican Leader Shannon Grove (R-Bakersfield) and Senator Brian Jones (R-El Cajon) recently introduced Senate Bill 875 which would allow freelance translators and interpreters to remain as independent contractors. Co-authored by legislative Republicans from both the State Assembly and State Senate, SB 875 would specifically allow interpreters and translators to continue to serve […]

The Republican Party’s Brand Problem

The Republican Party’s Brand Problem

  By Raynard Jackson Can you imagine anyone using basketball legend Michael Jordan to promote the sport of Cricket?  Can you imagine anyone using the face of a famous vegan to advertise McDonald Hamburgers?  Can you imagine inviting a board member of Planned Parenthood, an extreme pro-abortion group to give a keynote speech to the Susan B. […]

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