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Ventura County Republican Party Endorses Candidates for Local Office

Ventura County Republican Party Endorses Candidates for Local Office

At the regular March meeting of the Ventura County Republican Central Committee (Ventura County Republican Party, the members endorsed the following candidates for office, starting the local government endorsement process.  Chairman Mike Osborn announced the results of the voting. Endorsed by the Committee for: Board of Supervisors 4th District-   Simi Valley Mayor Bob Huber Simi […]

Who’s on Third? Not John Kasich

Who’s on Third? Not John Kasich

  By Thomas L. Knapp “I don’t think either party is answering people’s deepest concerns and needs,” Ohio governor John Kasich said in a February 25 interview on ABC News’s This Week. “I don’t think it’s going to happen tomorrow but I think over time do not be surprised if these millennials and these Gen Xers begin […]

Fake Tax Reform

Fake Tax Reform

. By: Peter Schiff, President and CEO Euro Pacific Capital After supposedly chomping on the bit for years to pass meaningful tax reform, Republicans are now set to blow an historic opportunity. Whatever version of the Bill that emerges from the House and Senate Conference Committee (which will be signed by President Trump faster than he […]

A Bipartisan Commission Led By A Black Civil Rights Icon Inspired The GOP’s ‘Extreme’ Immigration Proposals

A Bipartisan Commission Led By A Black Civil Rights Icon Inspired The GOP’s ‘Extreme’ Immigration Proposals

After a brief hiatus as lawmakers focused on tax reform, immigration policy is back on the table as lawmakers return from the Thanksgiving holiday break. … , a nonpartisan advocacy group that represents minority U.S. workers. “The politicians on both sides of the aisle have softened their tone,” he told The Daily Caller News Foundation. […]

Frank: Disgusted at People in Sacramento Protecting Predators

Frank: Disgusted at People in Sacramento Protecting Predators

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views I spent the past weekend at the Republican Party convention in Orange County.  Among the attendees were legislators, staffers, lobbyists, consultants and others that spend their lives dealing with elected officials and getting people elected.  One of the major topics talked about at the Lobby Bar […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise — Warning! Minefield Ahead!

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise — Warning! Minefield Ahead!

By L. Neil Smith  Dear Senator/Congressthing: You’d better read this if you want to keep your phony-baloney job. The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution ordains unmistakably that the individual right to own and carry weapons shall not be abrogated in any way, or sneaked up on, even a little bit at a time. […]

Swing By for the 4th of July!

Swing By for the 4th of July!

Dear Republican,  Every year the VCRP has a booth in Ventura for their 4th of July Street Fair, registering voters and taking in the exciting Downtown atmosphere for the holiday. Please help out the community, as we’re looking for volunteers to join us!   We have four available time slots for the event 7:00 am – 8:30 […]

Monterey Herald Editorial: Republicans No Longer Relevant in California

Monterey Herald Editorial: Republicans No Longer Relevant in California

. . By Stephen Frank  Why is the Republican Party in California no longer relevant?  Let me count the ways: While claiming to be the Party of limited government and lower taxes, it was a Republican State Senator, Anthony Cannella who gave Guv Brown and the Democrats the needed vote to create a $52 billion […]

Young America: The Republicans’ Lifeline

Young America: The Republicans’ Lifeline

. . By Mike Smith There is no serious Republican who’s not very concerned about the dangerous demography of the Republican Party today. It’s no secret that it has the reputation of being the party of old people and old ideas, despite winning the 2016 election. Media-wise, this was clearer during the Obama era; the […]

Majority Of Voters Comfortable With Republicans In Power

Majority Of Voters Comfortable With Republicans In Power

A majority of voters reported they felt comfortable under Republican rule, according to a Sunday poll released by Rasmussen. Fifty-five percent of voters reported they felt comfortable with one political party in the White House, in addition to both chambers of Congress. Only 39 percent of voters reported they weren’t comfortable, and preferred the branches […]

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