OCC should fire bully professor

December 18, 2016

By SHAWN STEEL / Contributing writer

Should Orange County students be publicly shamed by their professor and forced to disclose their political beliefs?

This month, College Republicans at Orange Coast College raised that question by posting video of psychology professor Olga Perez Stable Cox in an extended post-election tirade attacking Donald Trump, Mike Pence and Orange County.

“We have been assaulted; it’s an act of terrorism,” Cox said of Trump’s election, who she considers a “white supremacist.”

If Cox’s political commentary seems out-of-place in a human sexuality course, just wait for her assessment of the community that pays her $162,000 every year in taxpayer-funded salary and benefits.

“Living in Orange County is scary when you know you’re surrounded by so many people that are so hateful,” Cox told her captive audience of psychology students.

Members of the OCC College Republicans hold a U.S. flag as a counter protest to other students, including those in the Feminist Club, who show their support for instructor Olga Perez Stable Cox during a campus rally in Costa Mesa, California, December 12, 2016.  Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG
Her extremist statements unrelated to the course material, coupled with her disdain for our community, are reason enough for concern. But, it’s what happened next that clearly crossed the line from offensive to inexcusable.

After her political rant against Trump and Orange County, students say that Cox demanded Trump supporters stand and publicly identify themselves.

“She tried to get everyone who voted for Donald Trump to stand up and show the rest of the class who to watch out for and protect yourself from,” Tanner Webb, a 21-year-old student from Huntington Beach told the Register.

Such behavior is inexcusable. Professors have a responsibility to present controversial topics on their subject matters and inspire critical thinking within a classroom. That can’t happen when a professor spews hateful rhetoric and bullies students into disclosing their political affiliations. By isolating a group of students as threats, Cox jeopardized the safety of the Trump supporters. Let’s not forget that professors are in positions of power — with the ability to determine a student’s grade and, in turn, academic future.

In response to the incident, Cox’s labor union — the Coast Federation of Educators, AFT Local 1911 — attacked the student for making an unauthorized recording in a classroom. Citing an obscure Education Code, the union has led the charge for disciplining the student — with talk of possible expulsion.

Only in the morally fluid, post-modern world of modern academia can a student be bullied by their professor, then threatened with expulsion for recording the incident.

Today’s college students have a weapon the Free Speech Movement of the 1960s never had: the ability to record. Those recordings of professorial intimidation and indoctrination have the power to break what Register contributor and Chapman University professor Joel Kotkin describes as progressive “social control and the consolidation of a cognitively determined world order.”

Thankfully, Orange Coast College students are resisting this academic intimidation. College Republicans have used social media to share their videos.

If there are to be substantial reforms for advancing free speech and intellectual diversity, those changes should begin at Orange Coast College. It’s time that our community — yes, the same people who Perez Stable Cox finds so “scary” — join their effort to resist the daily indoctrination by far-left extremists.

Bullies have no place in the classroom, especially at the front of the class.

Shawn Steel, a former chairman of the California Republican Party, is the California national committeeman on the Republican National Committee and an attorney who is representing Orange Coast College Republicans.

Steve Bannon’s Real Crime: Providing Deplorables with News Alternative

November 19, 2016

As Facebook and Google revise their algorithms to target fake news sites, let’s hope our information overlords dedicate equal vigor to screening out fake narratives from mainstream media outlets.

First, the obligatory disclaimer clearing a good man being defamed. I have known Steve Bannon for nearly two decades. During that time, we have enjoyed frank dinnertime conversations about public policy and political philosophy. He’s never uttered a single word that would suggest any racist or anti-Semitic views.

The mainstream media would know this if they bothered with some real reporting.

“I have worked with Stephen K. Bannon, President-elect Donald Trump’s new chief strategist and senior counselor, for nearly six years at Breitbart News,”attests Joel Pollak, Senior Editor-at-Large at Breitbart News. “I can say, without hesitation, that Steve is a friend of the Jewish people and a defender of Israel, as well as being a passionate American patriot and a great leader.”

Pollak’s defense of Bannon carries added significance. An Orthodox Jew, Pollak wrote his Master’s thesis in Jewish Studies on “the troubled status of Jews in an increasingly anti-Israel, and antisemitic, post-apartheid South Africa.”

He adds, “It defies logic that a man who was a close friend, confidant, and adviser to the late Andrew Breitbart — a proud Jew — could have any negative feelings towards Jews.”

Even the Anti-Defamation League has begun to back away from its attacks. “We are not aware of any anti-Semitic statements from Bannon,” the organization concludes.

The mainstream media made a fatal error in constructing this bogus narrative. Stephen Bannon’s work at, which is being used as Exhibit A in the media’s indictment against him, is a Jewish-American success story.

“They say that we are ‘anti-Semitic,’ though our company was founded by Jews, is largely staffed by Jews, and has an entire section (Breitbart Jerusalem) dedicated to reporting on and defending the Jewish state of Israel,” Breitbart News CEO Larry Solov and Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow said back in August, when Hillary Clinton’s campaign first placed the anti-Bannon narrative.

Are we to believe that a raging anti-Semite secretly harbored anti-Semitic views while working alongside a team of Jewish writers and editors, or that’s outspoken, alt-right provocateurs have suddenly become timid wallflowers?

“Calling Steve Bannon an antisemite is a witch-hunt,” explains nationally syndicated radio talk show host and Jewish-American Dennis Prager. “It’s just a libel, it’s fabricated, the whole thing is fabricated.”

Conservatives should ask ourselves why. Why has the mainstream media targeted Bannon with this fabricated story?

Bannon’s crime was providing us deplorables with an alternative source for news.  In October, Breitbart News generated more than 240 million page views from 37 million unique visitors. Much of that success is owed to the vision established by Bannon as the alternative media outlet’s Executive Chairman.

The Steve Bannon witch-hunt has had nothing to do with racism or anti-Semitism. It’s the mainstream media’s attempt to regain control.

Hillary Clinton Would Be America’s First Illegitimate President

October 19, 2016


The Election of Hillary Clinton Would Fundamentally Break the American Social Contract

Hillary Rodham Clinton has a long record of using public service to enrich herself, sell out American interests and further her own political ambitions for power.

Hillary Rodham Clinton has a long record of using public service to enrich herself, sell out American interests and further her own political ambitions for power.

The 2016 presidential election has been an election of “firsts.” The first female nominee of a major political party; perhaps the first female president; the first time a non-politician dispatched a record number of professional political candidates to win a major party nomination; and, the first time a Republican candidate ever received more than 13 million votes during a presidential primary.

Unfortunately, if elected in November, Hillary Clinton would be America’s first illegitimate President of the United States. She will be the chief executive of a government stained by a crisis of credibility and it will most likely plunge the country into a period of civil turmoil she is wholly incapable of reversing. In an election of firsts, we make this first of a kind statement not with a vindictive intention to incite unrest but rather with a hope to avoid it.

This has been the first presidential election cycle in which Big Media finally dropped the false pretenses and phony claim to impartiality. Whether Donald Trump wins or loses, like the Old Guard in the Great Opportunity Party (GOP), their days are numbered.

Knowing what we know now, the election of Mrs. Clinton would fundamentally break the American social contract and put into question the very credibility of the U.S. government as a representative body of, by, and for the people.

The American social contract is predicated on equitable treatment under the law and, perhaps even more importantly, at least a minimal confidence in representative government. The vast majority of the citizenry must believe that the process of choosing who represents them in this government is fair. However, roughly half of Donald Trump’s supporters not only believe the entire process is rigged, but will not except the outcome the powers that be have worked so hard to achieve.

In truth, people have felt the system is rigged against them for quite sometime and with good reason. Whether we agree with his tactics or not, Donald Trump has done this country a great service by exposing what many already knew to be the truth,

“Should Hillary get ‘elected’ she is immediately delegitimized,” California RNC Committeeman Shawn Steel told the propaganda magazine Politico for a story meant to mock those with enough independent thought to see what is going on. “The 1% of Wall Street Bankers, Clinton Machine and [mainstream media] including your employer, Politico, is part of a massive Left Wing Conspiracy to rig this election.”

For the first time ever, millions of Americans have a legitimate claim. Their grievance that the government and Big Media have been so corrupted that the system no longer works for them is viable–the system is rigged. We now know that Mrs. Clinton is being protected by what is unquestionably a totally corrupt Fourth Estate, which our founding fathers viewed to be the only viable alternative to revolution and civil war.

“[A despotic] government always [keeps] a kind of standing army of newswriters who, without any regard to truth or to what should be like truth, [invent] and put into the papers whatever might serve the ministers,” Thomas Jefferson wrote in 1785 to Gijsbert Karel van Hogendorp, a conservative Dutch statesman. “This suffices with the mass of the people who have no means of distinguishing the false from the true paragraphs of a newspaper.”

The election of Hillary Clinton would prove that Americans–albeit uninformed and misguided by a corrupt press–have opted to submit to what Marcus Tullius Cicero called “tyranny by popular support.” But we fear greatly for such a future not only because of the realities of tyranny–whether by force or popular support–but because we recognize the true national identity still runs strong enough within the fiber of American society that millions will not stand idle in the face of it.

“This formidable censor of the public functionaries, by arraigning them at the tribunal of public opinion, produces reform peaceably, which must otherwise be done by revolution,” Jefferson wrote to Adamantios Coray in 1823.

We now know that Hillary Clinton mishandled classified information in a manner that would result in any other American being prosecuted, potentially incarcerated and certainly prohibited from ever obtaining federal employment ever again, let alone hold a security clearance.

We now know that Hillary Clinton repeatedly lied to the American public, and repeatedly revised those lies with evolving lies regarding her grossly incompetent and reckless use of a private email server to conduct official State Department business.

We now know that Hillary Clinton designed and pushed a secret war in Libya that was not authorized by Congress. We now know she waged this secret war against a compliant ally in the War on Terror and, after he was toppled, allowed State Department officials and CIA contractors to remain in harm’s way without adequate security, despite multiple requests, which resulted in the deaths of four Americans.

We now know that Hillary Clinton knowingly lied about the cause and circumstance of their deaths to protect her own political future. Rather than exposing those lies, Big Media at every turn helped to cover them up, even aiding in her shameful display during congressional hearings in which she flatly perjured herself.

How could the U.S. military faithfully serve such a leader with honor? They couldn’t. How could they trust she would hold their best interests at heart? They couldn’t. Of those we’ve spoken with, on both accounts they simply don’t.

How far we’ve fallen from our beginning. George Washington was unanimously chosen to serve as the executive in a new national experiment in self-governance. Perhaps no leader in the history of representative governments ever enjoyed more legitimacy and credibility. Yet, Washington knew better, which is why he refused another term in office and retired with grace to Mount Vernon.

Hillary Clinton is no George Washington. She is the opposite in legitimacy and virtue.

We now know, thanks only to undercover videos taken by independent journalists, that the Clinton campaign coordinated with and funded groups that paid activists to incite violence at Trump rallies and conduct massive voter fraud operations. Again, even in the face of video evidence, the corrupt Big Media refuse to show the American people the truth.

It leads us only to one natural, simple conclusion.

Under President Hillary Clinton, America would become no better than Vladimir Putin’s Russia, with power going to the highest bidder and one’s status dependent on one’s relationship with the queen. For million of Americans not in the good graces of the queen, a President Hillary Clinton will serve only as proof We the People are no longer in charge of our own government.

But for now we still are, America. And Donald Trump is right. It’s time to drain the swamp. 

California can lead in the fight against government overreach

September 28, 2016

By JOHN BURTON and SHAWN STEEL / Contributing writers

In California, civil asset forfeiture reforms have always elicited support from elected officials on both sides of the aisle. Two decades ago, we led the nation in ensuring that our state’s civil asset forfeiture laws included necessary protections against government overreach. Since then, however, those carefully crafted protections have been eroded, and this year Sacramento saw a groundswell of bipartisan support to once again strengthen our civil asset forfeiture laws through Senate Bill 443.

The bill’s fate now rests with Gov. Brown, who has until the end of the month to sign it. We hope he does.

Federal civil asset forfeiture laws, enacted during the height of the drug war, authorize law enforcement to seize and permanently keep a person’s property, regardless of whether that person was arrested or charged with a crime, let alone convicted of one.

Seizing people’s property if they’ve only been charged with a crime is un-American, and it’s definitely un-Californian. Democrats and Republicans passed a California law which required that, in most state cases, a person must first be convicted of a crime before that person’s property can be forfeited to the government. This important protection was put in place to ensure and uphold basic due process and property rights, and to curtail potential abuse of the civil asset forfeiture process. To this day, California’s property protections remain among the strongest in the country.

Disappointingly, this wasn’t sufficient to adequately protect personal property or rights.

In the two decades since California enacted these protections, state and local law enforcement agencies have turned to a federal program called “equitable sharing” – a loophole that permits law enforcement agencies to circumvent state protections by working with federal authorities to pursue forfeiture under federal law. Under this program, state and local law enforcement may receive up to 80 percent of a person’s federally forfeited property regardless of whether the person was arrested or convicted of a crime.

As a result, state forfeiture proceeds have remained flat in California, while federal forfeiture revenues here have skyrocketed in recent years. Hundreds of millions of dollars have been federally forfeited, and countless Californians have lost their property to the federal government.

Under SB443, a majority of California’s asset forfeiture cases will require a conviction before law enforcement can permanently take and keep someone’s cash or property. The requirement applies even if local authorities opt to use federal forfeiture law instead of state law.

The asset forfeiture reforms the Legislature approved 20 years ago, and again this year, are a model for bipartisan collaboration and principled lawmaking. We urge Gov. Brown to sign SB443 and re-establish state limits on the government’s authority to forfeit innocent Americans’ property. Not only does the bill live up to our cherished values of justice and due process, but it once again propels California to the forefront of the national, bipartisan forfeiture reform movement. On this, California can, and should, continue to lead.

Sen. John L. Burton (Ret.) is the California Democratic Party Chairman and the author of AB 114, one of the original bills intended to reform California’s civil asset forfeiture laws. Shawn Steel is the former California Republican Party Chairman and current Republican National Committeeman.

Obama Legacy Includes Christian Genocide

September 14, 2016

Of all the U.S. foreign policy catastrophes, Christian genocide will be the enduring legacy of Barack Obama's administration, and Hillary Clinton must share part of the blame.

Clinton was secretary of state when ISIS emerged, when ISIS captured huge portions of Syria and Iraq, and when Christians were targeted for death, expulsion and enslavement.

Who imagined seven years ago that Obama would flee from a stable working democracy in Iraq that quickly turned into an international killing ground, focused on destroying 2,000-year-old Christian communities.

Vice President Joe Biden declared in 2010 that Iraq was one of Clinton's "great achievements." Instead, a true Middle Age international terror force was unleashed on the world, killing hundreds of thousands.

First the Yazidis, an old religion loosely connected to Islam, were massacred, and women and children taken as slaves. Obama-Clinton watched. Only the Kurds took action to save the remaining Yazidis.

In Mosul, Christians were given days to leave their homes or die. Their homes were marked with a Christian symbol giving them notice. Their churches were destroyed. Those who didn't leave after ISIS claimed ownership were cruelly executed or enslaved.

Maronite, Greek-Orthodox, Melkite, Armenian, Chaldean and Syrian Orthodox all face genocide in the Middle East.

During these punishing biblical times, what does the Obama administration worry about the most? Climate change. How does Obama deal with the Christian and Yazidi refugees? Ignore them.

Just last week the State Department announced another 10,000 Syrian migrants would be granted asylum and money to come to America. Most of the migrants are young Muslim men leaving their daughters, wives, sisters and mothers. Of the 10,000 migrants, only 84 Christians were admitted.

This is not an oversight. This is deliberate. To discriminate against a class of genocide victims is wrong, and it may well constitute a war crime.

The State Department claims the Muslim migrants were vetted. But it was Sunni Muslims working for the United Nations who preselected Sunni Muslims to come to America.

Why so few Christians? Christians cannot seek refuge at any U.N. camp because Sunnis control the camps and make life unbearable for nonbelievers.

Congress could do something by requiring the Department of Homeland Security to give preference to groups threatened with actual genocide. That would give priority to Yazidis and Christians. Muslims could stay in safety zones with their families. There is little refuge for Yazidis or Christians in Syria or Iraq.

HR 4017, called the "Save Christians & Yazidis from Genocide Act," is attempting to rectify this. The act, authored by Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, the Orange County Republican, offers the most reasonable solution for Americans who want to help the most endangered populations.

During this week, evangelical leaders, nongovernmental organizations for Christian relief and American Middle East churches are meeting with Rohrabacher to make this a national issue.

Bill Clinton's biggest regret as president is that he didn't act sooner in Rwanda once the 1994 genocide began; 300,000 lives could have been saved.

"It had an enduring impact on me," Clinton said in 2013.

What better question to ask Hillary Clinton than how she could justify watching this genocide while she was secretary of state and now not give its victims priority.

Donald Trump will be getting a lot of free advice. But the human question of genocide is probably most important.

Put Ivanka in Charge – Only the Damsel Can Save Donald in Distress

August 09, 2016

The Donald’s in distress.

After a stunning primary upset and positive momentum from Cleveland, the Republican nominee has returned to his old bad habits: Too much time on Twitter. Too many fights with vanquished primary foes.

Trump’s setbacks – magnified by a media intent on electing Hillary – are emboldening moderate Republicans in
swing districts to abandon the nominee – a nominee that earned more votes than any other Republican in history. If the campaign doesn’t get back on message, a winnable election will be lost.

Luckily, the campaign doesn’t have to look far. Forget the white knight. Only the damsel can save The Donald in distress.

“His best running mate, by the way, would be Ivanka,” Senator Bob Corker quipped last month.

Corker had the right assessment of Ivanka’s potential, if not the wrong position. Ivanka is deliberate, thoughtful and dignified. A focused leader, she’s proven capable of righting the ship once before. And most important of all, the candidate values her counsel.

“She’s one of the smartest people I’ve ever dealt with,” a real estate executive who has negotiated a Trump golf course deal, told Politico in its feature profile of Ivanka. “She was a thorough, diligent, excellent negotiator."

”There’s the obvious: Ivanka appeals to women and Millennials – two groups that could decide the election. Conservatives should worry that she’ll move her father to the center, but more importantly, she moves her father to victory by focusing on bringing more people into a bigger tent.

“Like many of my fellow Millennials, I do not consider myself categorically Republican or Democrat,” she said in her universally well-reviewed convention speech. “More than party affiliation, I vote on based on what I believe is right, for my family and for my country. Sometimes it’s a tough choice.”

“Off the charts” – that’s how pollster Lee Carter described focus-group reaction to Ivanka’s convention speech. “The bottom line is she is an amazing spokeswoman for him.” 

Ivanka's also practical. Her convention dress cost $138 – a not-so-subtle contrast to Hillary’s $12,000 Armani jacket for a speech on income inequality.

But, it’s short-sighted, arguably sexist, to say that Ivanka’s value is strictly limited to “softening” dad’s appeal. Her greatest value might be the opposite: a hard commitment to staying on message and maintaining a disciplined operation.

Back in June, Ivanka took the Corey Lewandowski controversy into her own hands. Ivanka fired the hot-headed deputy who’d proven time and again to be a liability. Her action ended the infighting and gave Paul Manafort full reign to seal the deal on the first ballot. 

Most important of all, the candidate trusts her judgment. Last year, when a Trump presidency still seemed inconceivable, he indicated she’d take over the business operation if he proved victorious.

“One of my father’s greatest talents is the ability to see potential in people, before they see it in themselves,” the 34-year-old businesswoman said in her speech at the RNC Convention. “He taught us that potential vanishes into nothing without effort.”

Should Donald make the effort to put Ivanka in charge, his potential presidency will accelerate. 

Shawn Steel serves as California’s committeeman on the Republican National Committee. 

US Christians key to ending US inaction on Christian genocide

January 20, 2016

Amid the Hutu-led government’s mass slaughter of a half-million Tutsis, the United States had an urgent warning to its diplomats in Rwanda.

“Be careful,” the U.S. State Department advised in a May 1994 memo, “Genocide finding could commit USG (United States Government) to actually ‘do something’.”

Two decades later, our government is once again avoiding the g-word for fear it might force us to actually do something – this time about the Islamic State’s systematic killings of Christians and Yazidis in Syria and Iraq. Over the past two years, ISIS has stormed through Iraqi towns and Syrian cities executing, raping and enslaving anyone who refuses to comply with their Islamo-fascist rule.

Nadia Murad Basee Taha, a 21-year old Iraqi woman who was enslaved by ISIS, recently shared her story of survival with the United Nations Security Council in an effort to convince the international community to intervene. “That night, he beat me up, forced me to undress, and put me in a room with six militants,” she said of her brutal rape and enslavement by Daesh fighters. “They continued to commit crimes to my body until I became unconscious.”

The White House, according to published reports, will soon label these attacks on Yazidis as acts of genocide. Yet, inexplicably, the Obama administration is expected to omit Christians from the list. 

Christian refugees fleeing ISIS – often targets of violence by fellow refugees - are arguably most in need of protection. In one case, a dozen Christian refugees fleeing Libya were thrown overboard by Muslim migrants.  This persistent violence has effectively driven almost all Christians out of refugee camps organized by the United Nations. 

Not only are Christians left out of refugee camps; they are also blocked from safely seeking asylum in other countries. Since the U.S. State Department selects refugees from United Nation refugee lists, Christian exclusion from refugee camps effectively blocks their entry into the United States. Of 2,100 Syrian refugees resettled in the United States, just 34 are Christians

The debate over semantics may seem trivial, or even secondary to a discussion about our response to these atrocities. Yet, genocide scholars are emphatic that the word is a prerequisite to action.   

“Studies by genocide scholars have shown that calling genocide by its proper name, rather than using euphemisms like ‘ethnic cleansing’ or weaker terms like ‘crimes against humanity,’ increases the probability of forceful action to end the crimes by over four times,” writes Dr. Gregory H. Stanton, president of Genocide Watch.

Thankfully, Orange County Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) has introduced legislation that would recognize the violence against Christians and Yazidis in Iraq, Syria, Pakistan, Iran, and Libya as acts of genocide. HR 4017 would also require the Department of Homeland Security to provide expedited visas for these victims of genocide and grant them first priority among refugees. 

Last month, the Knights of Columbus, Armenian National Committee of America and dozens of religious leaders joined the growing number of human rights organizations that support labeling the Islamic State’s war on Christians as genocide. The Republican National Committee has followed their lead with a party resolution unanimously approved at last week’s RNC meeting in Charleston, South Carolina. 

Although this idea would seem uncontroversial, GovTrack gives the bill just a one percent change of passing. Part of the problem is political. As U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power has pointed out, genocide prevention lacks a political constituency. 

“No U.S. president has ever made genocide prevention a priority, and no U.S. president has ever suffered politically for his indifference to its occurrence,” Samantha Power wrote in her 2002 book, “A Problem from Hell.” “It is thus no coincidence that genocide rages on.” 

That’s where evangelical Christians can and should step in. Evangelical voters in early primary states could very well decide the Republican presidential nomination, and in turn, the next president. It’s time for evangelical voters to raise the genocide of Middle East Christians and Yazidis as a campaign issue. 

It may be our only chance to force the United States to “actually do something” to end the genocide. 

Steel, a former chairman of the California Republican Party, is the California national committeeman on the Republican National Committee.

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The Trojan Horse a simple idea plus media sensation against Prop 93
Dems bow to the Bey of Oakland

Korea moves to the Right
Parsky Commission Fails Rogan
Speaker Makes Best Argument Against Prop 93
College Reps Confront the Left and Terrorism Next Week
The Governor Does Good : Ridley-Thomas gets it on the chin
LA Times goes bonkers or just another day at the office?
Electoral College Reform: Putting California in Play ; Paul Singer vs. Stephen Bing
Muslims Sue FBI in California
SF State College Reps Rip the Left
9/11 Two Anniversaries ...Europe Saved From Muslim Extremists ..324 years ago
Big Changes in LA County - Bernard Parks is running for Supervisor
Day 31 : Korean Christians Held by Taliban
Political Earthquake, Equalizing California Electorial Votes
Gore is Good
Legal Aid Foundation organizing Union : Violates Federal Law
Rescue Dawn - - The best summer movie
Congressman Dana Rohrabacher's July 31st Hearing on Border Guards
Infidel : Summer Reading
Pacific Research trains School Board Members
Dead Bill Walking : SB 801
Blood Sport : Slamming Jerry Lewis
Frank Baxter Ambassador to the Republica Oriental del Uruguay
UCI: The war against the 5th Column
LA Times Smearing Ken Calvert
Bradley Article - Supremely Disappointing
The Death of a Moderate Muslim
Freedom Fighters Invade UCI
Who Really Cares?
Where does the CRP live ?
Packing Heat at the LA Central Com : War at the 37th
Illegals play Capture the Flag
Happy Birthday, California Republican Party!
Times Editorials returns to boredom
Billionaire Broad a Backstabber?
LA councilman fights good jobs
The Remedy: Out Work The Democrats
Should the Republican Party Stay Republican?
Parsky Back in the News
The Wealthy Left Finance CA Politics
LACCD Beachhead
Revolution in the Belly of the Beast
Gasoline on the Pension Fire
CRP 's Future Chess Moves
Viet Power
Liberation in North Korea in LA
GOP registrations for hourly fun
Terminator Care DOA?
The California GOP: $16,000,000 Answers

Presidential Funding
20 Million Questions
Brownback The Only Conservative?
Taxes good for Business
Arnold must steer clear of drift to left
Review: The People's Machine

The Emerging Mcclintock Era
Schwarzenegger's Back
Will Arnold Jump The Shark?
The Governor's Initiatives
Initiatives At Home And Abroad

Not Just Bush Scored A Victory On Nov. 2
Against Prop 62
Vote No on 62
Play The Initiative Card
'Voter Choice': Reform-free Reform
Don't Take the Bayou State Cure
Dem Dominance of State is Dead
A Downright Reaganesque Speech

Arnold's Army
Winners and Losers
The Conservative Question
Governor Croupier
Recall Choice Really Between Tom, Bill, Arnold
Who CAIRs?
People Must Demand Recall
Golden Possibilities

State Republicans See Light in 2006
Don't Snicker ... Bill Simon Could Actually Win
'Same-Day Voting' Makes Hanging Chads Look Quaint
Lionesses of the Left Eat Judicial Nominees Alive

Escape Artist

An Attempt at an End Run on Prop. 209
Don't Force Lawyers to Join the State Bar