California’s ‘Grand Theft Election’

On election night, California Republicans were heading for victories. Less than one month later, while ballots are still being counted, half of California's Republican Congressional races were flipped by Democrat challengers, none of whom have ever held an elected public office. Republicans lost election night leads for five members of Congress, three state Assembly races, … Continue reading California’s ‘Grand Theft Election’

Are CA Democrats Also Cheating Their Way to Power?

As American voters are watching the election fraud take place in Broward and Miami-Dade Counties in Florida, are California Democrats also cheating their way to power? Our state certainly isn't immune from cheating, as evidenced in June 2016, when I was contacted by voters from all across California that their political party designations had been … Continue reading Are CA Democrats Also Cheating Their Way to Power?

California Voter Registration: Numbers Don’t Lie

Despite California's leftist media, a recent poll in California shows Gubernatorial candidate John Cox within single digits of Gavin Newsom, Joel Pollack recently reported at Breitbart. "It is the second poll in California to show Cox within single digits of Newsom — though the Democrat is shown to have passed the crucial 50% mark, and the poll … Continue reading California Voter Registration: Numbers Don’t Lie

Sen. Joel Anderson Victimized by Media Collusion, #MeToo, Senate Democrats

California State Sen. Joel Anderson, R-El Cajon, was accused in late August by Stephanie Roberson, a female lobbyist for the California Nurses Association labor union, of threatening to “bitch slap” her and harassing her at a Sacramento Capitol-area bar. The Senate Rules Committee investigated the incident, and issued their report Tuesday afternoon, complete with a letter of … Continue reading Sen. Joel Anderson Victimized by Media Collusion, #MeToo, Senate Democrats

Why Voters Need to Care About More Water Bonds on June/Nov CA Ballots

Droughts are naturally occurring; water shortages are government-created and political. Examples of this can be found in every water bond in recent history, put on the ballot by politicians, and passed by emotional voters. California voters will be facing two more ballot initiatives claiming to be water bonds this year, totaling $13 billion. But the … Continue reading Why Voters Need to Care About More Water Bonds on June/Nov CA Ballots

Thoughts on Whining (not winning) and Analysis From the CA GOP Convention

Another California Republican Party convention has come and gone, and many are asking, “Why bother?” given that “The outcome of the convention changed the nature of how the party operates and further consolidated power among a very few while continuing support of the terrible Top 2 voting system,” as Tom Del Beccaro, former CA GOP … Continue reading Thoughts on Whining (not winning) and Analysis From the CA GOP Convention

Numbers Show The Deck is Stacked for Republicans in California’s Legislature

  Elected Republicans represent nearly a third of California’s legislators, but are only getting 18 percent of their bills passed, for eventual consideration by Gov. Jerry Brown. This is despite the fact that they represent nearly 40 percent of the voters who cast ballots in the last election. And even worse, Brown so far has … Continue reading Numbers Show The Deck is Stacked for Republicans in California’s Legislature

Jerry Brown’s California: Devastation, Plunder, Economic Failure

Jerry Brown is the self-anointed Savior of the Planet while his decades-long policies destroy the once-Golden State. People like me have been explaining for many years that California is an example of leftist policies to avoid, and the poster child state of what not to do unless state suicide is the goal. California has become the Greece of the … Continue reading Jerry Brown’s California: Devastation, Plunder, Economic Failure

California Democrats Schooled On Definition of ‘Hate Speech’ At Hearing

There is a rumor going around the California State Capitol that the Legislature is about to vote on a ban of humor in the state, because every time someone laughs at something funny, it is apparently at the expense of someone else’s feelings. If this sounds silly, the Senate hearing held Tuesday, ostensibly on “hate … Continue reading California Democrats Schooled On Definition of ‘Hate Speech’ At Hearing

Judge Smacks Down CA Attorney General For “Misleading” Ballot Initiative Language

In a stunning court rebuke of the state Attorney General’s Office, a Sacramento Superior Court Judge announced Friday that Xavier Becerra's title and summary for the Repeal of the Gas Tax initiative is "misleading and is likely to create prejudice against the measure"— and that he'd "do a rewrite himself" to make it clear the … Continue reading Judge Smacks Down CA Attorney General For “Misleading” Ballot Initiative Language