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Speaker Paul Ryan will not be seeking Reelection

Speaker Paul Ryan will not be seeking Reelection

By Staff: This morning, April 11 2018, House Speaker Paul Ryan announced he will not be seeking reelection.  He will serve out his current term in Congress and leave DC in January 2019.  Mr. Ryan claimed his decision was based on the need to spend time with his family and that he had accomplished most […]

U.S Senate approves major tax cuts in victory for Trump

U.S Senate approves major tax cuts in victory for Trump

Republican senators and President Donald Trump are celebrating following senate’s passage of nearly $1.5 trillion tax bill, in a vote of 51-49 which took place Saturday morning. It is a significant …

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 […]

Political Corruption Is Deep: Candidate for Governor Speaks Out Against GOP

Political Corruption Is Deep:  Candidate for Governor Speaks Out Against GOP

By Stasyi Barth We all know this, right? I mean, we’re told this, on a daily basis and we should know this. So, why does it still exist? After all, WE are The People who are responsible in securing this beautiful nation and all of it’s Freedoms, to ensure our future generations have the same […]

Could It Be That Both Parties Are Doomed?

Could It Be That Both Parties Are Doomed?

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Thanks to Donald Trump, the GOP is no longer that of the Establishment—and they admit it! From Politico, “Neither of the two Republican former presidents voted for Mr. Trump — the father voted for Hillary Clinton and the son voted for ‘none of the above,’ as he […]

House Republicans consider capping property tax deduction

House Republicans consider capping property tax deduction

WASHINGTON — House Republican leaders have offered to preserve the property tax deduction that benefits a huge swath of homeowners from California across America to the Carolinas. But their plan could come with a hitch.

Trump could avoid killing your property tax deduction by ending this perk for the rich

Trump could avoid killing your property tax deduction by ending this perk for the rich

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans could spare New Jersey residents from losing their deduction on state and local income and property taxes and still raise enough cash for their tax cut plan by ending a big break for the wealthiest Americans.

Kevin McCarthy:  ‘The opportunity is right to take California back’

Kevin McCarthy:  ‘The opportunity is right to take California back’

By Michael Hernandez ANAHEIM– The opportunity is right to take California back,” said House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy at the Saturday GOP Annual Convention luncheon at the Mariott. “What a difference nine months and one election makes?  Who would have known that if Donald J. Trump won, the Dow Jones would hit an all-time high […]

Stephen K. Bannon:  “Victory begets Victory”

Stephen K. Bannon:  “Victory begets Victory”

By Michael Hernandez ANAHEIM—“Victory begets Victory,” said Breibart Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon at the 2017 California GOP convention kickoff on free speech Friday.  “Donald J. Trump’s coalition of limited government (citizens), libertarians, populists, and evangelical Christians can govern for 50-75 years if we hold the coalition together.  It is not going to be easy.” […]

Caforio Claims To “Outraise” Knight | Congressman Knight’s Office Responds

Caforio Claims To “Outraise” Knight | Congressman Knight’s Office Responds

EDITOR NOTE: Citizens Journal strives to be fair and balanced in what it publishes. So, when a press release from Bryan Caforio’s office about campaign fundraising was received, the Journal contacted incumbent Congressman Steve Knight’s campaign office for a similar press release and/or comment. The 2018 primary elections is eight months away and mid-term elections […]

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