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Congressional Candidate Jeffrey Burum | The Cali Bear is Calling! …for Action to Benefit Our Veterans

Congressional Candidate Jeffrey Burum | The Cali Bear is Calling! …for Action to Benefit Our Veterans

  Call to Action! Demand Real Support for our Veterans! We The People want:  1. Accountability in our Government  2. Accessible Candidates/Representatives  3. The American Dream .  Veterans Community Meeting | Our current representative, Julia Brownley, will finally be back in town on Thursday, January 25th. This is our opportunity to ask the tough questions and demand […]

Congressional Candidate Jeffrey Burum | The Cali Bear Calls! …for Signatures, Today 1-11-18

Congressional Candidate Jeffrey Burum | The Cali Bear Calls! …for Signatures, Today 1-11-18

Help Us Collect Signatures Thursday 1/11/2018 at the Thousand Oaks Farmers Market! We will be at the 1/11/2018 Thousand Oaks Farmers Market- 350 West Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks, CA 91358 – The Oaks Shopping Center on the corner of Wilbur and Thousand Oaks Blvd tomorrow, (1/11/2018) Thursday, 3-6 pm gathering grassroots signatures to get on the June 2018 ballot. Nobody will work harder than the […]

Trump’s Fate

Trump’s Fate

  by Victor Davis Hanson  November 28, 2017  Plenty of people in ‘flyover’ country like not only Trump’s message — and actions — but also Trump, the loudmouth messenger. The political verdict seems out on Trump’s current political future. His supporters have won four special congressional elections. Yet, more recently, Republicans lost more local and state […]

Commentary: Wait till Next Year

Commentary: Wait till Next Year

By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   When I was growing up and the baseball and football seasons ended, the teams I rooted for never won a championship. To sooth my disappointment my Dad always told me “wait till next year” This counseling was enough to obliterate the blues as life moved on. This […]

Tyranny of the Majority Is the Hallmark of Democracies

Tyranny of the Majority Is the Hallmark of Democracies

By Larry Greenley .  Editor’s note: Imagine a United States popular-vote election result that favors ONLY large urban centers. Would semi-tropical Florida (29 electoral votes) with its hurricane-prone shores really know how best to govern for Colorado’s (9 electoral votes) tough, snow-capped Rocky Mountain terrain? Can California’s (55 electoral votes) moderate climates, countless farms, and […]

Democrats’ road to winning back the House goes through California, and it won’t be as easy as it seems

Democrats’ road to winning back the House goes through California, and it won’t be as easy as it seems

Democrats intent on taking back the House in 2018 have settled on a key strategy: focusing on the 23 districts nationwide where voters chose Republicans for Congress last year but favored Democrat Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump for the presidency. Seven of those seats are in California, and Democrats must win at least a few […]

California considers advancing primary date to strengthen state’s influence

California considers advancing primary date to strengthen state’s influence

California state lawmakers are set to vote on a plan that would bring forward the date it holds its presidential primary vote, a move that could jolt national politics. The proposal would shift the date to the first Tuesday in March from June in order to “give Californians a louder voice,” according to a statement […]

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 […]

Santa Paula: Jenny Crosswhite and Ginger Gherardi at the Helm for FY 2016/2017

Santa Paula: Jenny Crosswhite and Ginger Gherardi at the Helm for FY 2016/2017

By Sheryl Hamlin Traditionally the first meeting in December after an election is a celebratory meeting where the new council is sworn in and the old council is fêted. The December 5, 2016 council meeting continued that tradition. For many, the question of the evening was Clint Garman. Would his sartorial expression for his first […]

US analysts attempt to understand new electoral landscape

US analysts attempt to understand new electoral landscape

As Republican celebrations continue in the US, nurse analysts are attempting to understand how the electoral landscape has changed. In the past Ohio, Minnesota and Iowa, for example, have been big Democrat domains, but not this time. One resident of Pike County in Ohio, John Osbron, told reporters: “Pike County is a small, rural, southern […]

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