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by | Feb 21, 2019

Sacramento As California Republicans head to their convention in Sacramento this weekend, they are buzzing about the big election to choose a new party leader, as former state Sen. Jim Brulte heads into the sunset after six years as GOP…

by | Dec 20, 2018

Sacramento After California Republicans were obliterated in the November midterm elections, I’ve heard from a number of conservative-minded compatriots who are understandably worried about what the Democrats’ new super-duper legislative majorities will mean for the state. They’re not alone. In…

by | Nov 8, 2018

Sacramento For Democrats and Republicans, the election results were like a tie football game, about as satisfying, the saying goes, as kissing one’s sister. Democrats had hoped for a tsunami but instead gutted out a House majority and picked up some…

by | Jan 11, 2018

Some bad ideas — and bad politicians — just won’t go away. Former California Republican Assembly leader Chad Mayes of Yucca Valley, who was pressured to leave his top leadership post after signing on to Gov. Jerry Brown’s 10-year extension…

by | Dec 28, 2017

Sacramento We know the story by now. The public was fed up with a dysfunctional government that was awash in debt and mismanagement. The Democratic administration was fixated on imposing liberal social policy and lavishing benefits on those inside the…

by | Aug 10, 2017

Sacramento Republicans have been delving into allegations of Democratic voter fraud, but are having a tough time finding smoking guns given that “irregularities” occur in the form of thousands of individually cast votes. Having grown up in politically seedy Philadelphia,…

by | Jul 19, 2017

It’s tempting, at a moment when Republicans are falling just short of the votes they need to accomplish even a mild reform of Obamacare, to imagine what they could do if we just sent a few more of them to…

by | Jul 6, 2017

Sacramento Do rural residents have a constitutional right to reasonable political representation, or is that reserved only for big-city residents? That question is at the heart of a recent lawsuit that — although unquestionably a long shot — could shake…

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