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Welcome Republican Congressional Candidate Antonio Sabato Jr. | A Fundraiser

Welcome Republican Congressional Candidate Antonio Sabato Jr. | A Fundraiser

Join us in welcoming… Antonio Sabato Jr. Republican Candidate for the 26th Congressional District to VENTURA! Republicans… Please join us Wednesday, October 10, for a reception and fundraising event in support of Antonio Sabato Jr. for Congress!  Where: Marie Calendars | 1295 S. Victoria Ave. | Ventura When: Wednesday, October 10 | 5:30-7:30pm Donation: $50 RSVP: alviani@sbcglobal.net | by October 3rd! For more details click below […]

Vote for Change on November 6th

Vote for Change on November 6th

Do you want a better future for you and your family?  I do, that is why I am voting for REPUBLICAN candidates and YES on PROPOSITIONS 5 & 6.  This will bring you lower and better use of your taxes, better job opportunities, safe borders and orderly immigration, patient centered health care choices and parent […]

Something is Rotten in California

Something is Rotten in California

  By Richard Colman The good, old days:  From 1945 to 1965, California was the place to be. California had jobs, growth, a quality educational system (especially the campuses of the University of California), water projects, freeways, beaches, ski resorts, Yosemite, the redwoods, Hollywood, and places — like Carmel and the Napa Valley — to […]

Commentary | Why You Must Vote Republican

Commentary | Why You Must Vote Republican

    by Gail DeMario On September 12th Juan Williams (on The Five) was arguing a point with Jesse Waters and said, “Diamond and Silk” are a Minstrel Show.  I watched Fox all day to see if there would be fallout. Nope.  Not a word.  Juan Williams was fired from NPR for saying he got […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Why I am a Libertarian and not a Conservative

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Why I am a Libertarian and not a Conservative

  By L. Neil Smith This essay is based on notes I made three years ago and never did  anything else with. I have tons of material like this which will keep  graduate students occupied and happy well into the next century. I was surprised the see that, after everything that’s happened  since, they’re still […]

Steve Frank for GOP Chairman

Steve Frank for GOP Chairman

      By Richard Eber  It does not take a cardio specialist to tell us that the Republican Party of California these days is barely holding on in life support mode.  Presently, there is not one individual holding a State elected post from Governor on down in Sacramento who admits belonging to the GOP. […]

Minority-Led Hawaii GOP Rebuilds — And Sticks With President Trump

Minority-Led Hawaii GOP Rebuilds — And Sticks With President Trump

Joe Simonson | Media Reporter HONOLULU — The Los Angeles Times declared the Republican Party “almost extinct in Hawaii” in November 2017. Less than a year later, that claim isn’t holding up. In fact, the Hawaii GOP could be a blueprint for other state parties back on the mainland. Shortly after the LA Times’ declaration, locals […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The Gun Culture’s Dirty Little Secret

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The Gun Culture’s Dirty Little Secret

  by L. Neil Smith Does the United States Constitution mean what it says? Does it say what it means? Was it written as some kind of obscure code that can only be interpreted into English by individuals with special education and credentials? Or was it written as the “operating system” for a free society, by and for ordinary […]

California Primary Reflections (Trump’s Strange Endorsement Makes Sense Now)

California Primary Reflections (Trump’s Strange Endorsement Makes Sense Now)

. . By Arthur Schaper | Originally appeared in Townhall . The opinions expressed by columnists are their own and do not represent the views of Townhall.com or of Citizens Journal. . The California Election 2018 primary has come and gone. It was real, and it was spectacular. Yes, I wrote that, as a beleaguered California […]

Ghost Towns and Rust Belts

Ghost Towns and Rust Belts

  By Richard Colman When people and jobs leave a region, the result is a ghost town, a rust-belt area, or both.  Examples of cities where people have left are Detroit, Akron, and Pittsburgh. And here may be a surprise: California has ghost towns. There is Belleville in San Bernardino County, Branson City in San […]

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