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Munger’s Well-Intentioned But Stupid Plan That Handed Over California to the Democrats

Munger’s Well-Intentioned But Stupid Plan That Handed Over California to the Democrats

    By Stephen Frank CRP Chairman Brulte has a new phrase, “if you break it you own it”.  Four years ago, Charles Munger, Jr. took what appears to be operational control over the California Republican Party.  Lets see the results. In four years the Republican registration has gone done  a net of 306,000. In […]

Wednesday, March 8, 7pm, GOOD Club March General Meeting

Wednesday, March 8, 7pm, GOOD Club March General Meeting

Greetings GOOD Club Members (and fellow Democrats)! Great news! We are now accepting membership payments via card. Here is the link to renew your membership! LIKE US ON FACEBOOK! Wednesday, March 8, 7pm, GOOD Club March General Meeting at Oxnard Performing Arts Center, Fillmore Room, 800 Hobson Way, Oxnard, CA 93030. Our guest speaker will be Erika Ruiz from Compassion & Choices. […]

California Democrats spend significant campaign cash fighting each other because of Prop. 14

California Democrats spend significant campaign cash fighting each other because of Prop. 14

By James Poulos New figures on the November 2016 election cycle showed that Golden State Democrats continued to shell out substantial sums to compete with one another for elective office. Numbers taken from the California Secretary of State, and verified with Cal-Access campaign records, illustrate how the state’s blanket primary system, which pits the top two first-round vote-getters against […]

House Democrats introduce redistricting reform legislation to end partisan gerrymandering

House Democrats introduce redistricting reform legislation to end partisan gerrymandering

Democratic lawmakers led by U.S. Reps. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.), Alan Lowenthal (D-Calif.), Julia Brownley (D-Calif.), and John P. Sarbanes (D-Md.) introduced legislation today to end partisan gerrymandering and reform the nation’s patchwork redistricting system. The Redistricting Reform Act of 2016 (H.R. 1102), introduced by 47 House Democrats and supported by Common Cause, will require states to establish independent, multi-party […]

The Party of Entitlements

The Party of Entitlements

. By Phil Erwin The public display of political rancor is rich: Sixty or more Democrats stridently vowing to boycott Trump’s “illegitimate” inauguration – mysteriously forgetting that three short months ago they were screaming at how “un-American” Trump was for not promising to “accept the results of the election.” And they’re furious at Trump for calling […]

Does the Congressional Black Caucus Really Care about Black People?

Does the Congressional Black Caucus Really Care about Black People?

In last week’s column, I discussed the hypocrisy running rampant within the Democratic Party when it comes to the hiring of Black staffers. I must have struck a serious nerve, because I received an anonymous email from someone with seemingly high-level Democratic credentials that was most surprising. I have no idea who this person is, […]

Democrats Refuse to Hire Blacks for Top Jobs in the U.S. Senate

Democrats Refuse to Hire Blacks for Top Jobs in the U.S. Senate

By Raynard Jackson (NNPA Newswire Columnist) The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King once said, “one of the shameful tragedies [of our nation] is that eleven o’clock on Sunday morning is one of the most segregated hours, if not the most segregated hour in Christian America.” King referred to the segregation within American churches on Sunday […]

December 2016: A Republic, if You Can Keep it

December 2016: A Republic, if You Can Keep it

. By Thomas L. Knapp As I write this column, nearly 2.5 million people have signed a petition seeking to overturn the outcome of the November 8 national vote and make Hillary Clinton, rather than Donald Trump, the next president of the United States. The petitioners are asking presidential electors, chosen by the voters of […]

Election 2016: How About You Whine a Little, Democrats?

Election 2016: How About You Whine a Little, Democrats?

. By Thomas L. Knapp Can someone please call a waaaahmbulance for Paul Krugman? At a little after 9pm on November 8,  the economist and New York Times columnist fired the starting gun on America’s quadrennial whinefest: “Btw, Jill Stein has managed to play Ralph Nader,” he tweeted. “Without her Florida might have been saved.” […]

Ingraham Angle: Media Trying to Suppress Trump Turnout

Ingraham Angle: Media Trying to Suppress Trump Turnout

If they were running stories like this to help Trump, the Democrats would change the rules to limit what the press could say about early voting: “An early sign Trump is being out-organized: A big Democratic advantage in Nevada voting,” read the Washington Post’s headline in “The Fix.” “Democrats have built what could be an […]

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