Sunday, August 28, 2016

Save the date: Upcoming Humboldt GOP Events:

September 3 at our Headquarters - Arts Alive featuring the art of Julia Bednar and Delores Terry. 6:00-9:00.

September 10 at Baywood 1:30-3:30 Congressman Tom McClintock will be speaking. Reservations/payment required by September 3rd. $30/person. Personal checks can be mailed to HC Republican Party, P.O. Box 682, Eureka, CA 95502, or use the Humboldt County GOP website to make payment.

October 9, Sunday, 445 Herrick Ave, GOP Fundraiser, 5:00-8:30 pm. Prime rib or chicken dinner - $50. Rex Bohn will be our auctioneer. Guest speaker: Rod Eccles from Chicago, talk show host and blogger. Reservations must be made by October 1. Personal checks mailed to the above address or use our website: Humboldt County GOP for payment with Credit Cards.

Call the office: 442-2259 or Annette at 707-442-2788 or Mary Dowd at 253-229-3094 for more information and/or make your reservation.

"The American people are tired of liars and people who pretend to be something they're not."

Detroit sucks. But it's critical you know WHY it sucks. Hint: 50+ yrs of Democrat control

Sunday Funnies

Saturday, August 27, 2016

The @EPA caused 3 million gallons of toxic water to spill into the Animas River—and no one has been held accountable

Tight race or trouble: Where does Trump really stand?

Why is #Syria's civil war so vicious? 2 main factors: So many external allies & internal factions


It’s that time of year we’ve all been waiting for… the official CFRW Ballot Measure Positions. The following are the CFRW’s recommended votes for the 17 measures we will see on our November General Election ballots. Over the coming weeks until the election, we will highlight each measure with talking points and information for our members to use in educating other voters in their communities. If you have any questions about our official positions, please email our Advocate, Allison Olson, at . Thank you!

Prop 51: K-12 School Bond $17.6 billion: NEUTRAL

Prop 52: Medical Hospital Fee Program: SUPPORT

Prop 53: Voter Approval for Revenue Bonds: SUPPORT

Prop 54: Legislative Transparency: SUPPORT

Prop 55: Prop 30 Tax Extension: OPPOSE

Prop 56: Cigarette Tax: OPPOSE

Prop 57: Civil and Criminal Proceedings: OPPOSE

Prop 58: Bilingual Education Requirement: OPPOSE

Prop 59: Citizens United Statement: OPPOSE

Prop 60: Industry Condom Requirement: SUPPORT

Prop 61: State Prescription Drug Purchases: OPPOSE

Prop 62: Death Penalty Repeal: OPPOSE

Prop 63: Gun Control Omnibus: OPPOSE

Prop 64: Legalizes Marijuana: OPPOSE

Prop 65: Plastic Bag Revenue to Wildlife Fund: OPPOSE

Prop 66: Death Penalty Reform and Streamline: SUPPORT

Prop 67: Plastic Bag Ban Referendum: OPPOSE

It's as if the #WarOnPoverty tries to treat the symptoms of poverty to make it more tolerable but more persistent.

Friday, August 26, 2016

Thursday, August 25, 2016

NEW: 33 donors account for 90% of the $110M raised by pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC

California End of Session Madness

The state legislature has a week to pass bills out of their second house if they are to survive and be sent to Governor Brown. So far, a handful of bad bills are on their way to Brown. Now is the time to call, email, and tweet at Governor Brown and ask him to VETO these bad bills! Here's how you can contact Governor Brown:

Phone: (916) 445-2841

Email HERE via webform

◼ Tweet: @JerryBrownGov

SB 32 (Pavely, D): This terrible bill expands the authority of the California Air Resources Board and sets greenhouse gas emissions standards to 40% of 1990 levels by 2030. This will tie one hand behind the backs of our small businesses in California and drive more out of the state.

AB 197 (Garcia, D): AB 197 is a companion bill to SB 32, intending to give the legislature more oversight over the California Air Resources Board. Moderate Democrats were lulled into a false sense of security by voting for this companion bill. CARB will still have total and utter control in the levying and raising of fees on Californians, all in the name of “green”.

AB 2466 (Webber, D): This bill would allow felons serving jail time to vote FROM JAIL. Yes, you read that right. Does that seem reasonable?

AB 2532 (Chiu, D): Current law requires each state or local government agency or community action agency, or any private organization contracting with a state or local government agency, that provides specified employment services to post in a prominent location in the workplace a notice stating that only citizens or those persons legally authorized to work in the United States will be permitted to use the agency's or organization's employment services that are funded by the federal or state government, as specified. This bill would repeal the above-described requirements. Why is this even considered?

This is an accurate description of what is happening. Think about that for a moment

Tammy Bruce: "Legacy media meltdown over Trump: Panicked and muddled, anti-Trump forces ignore Americans’ concerns"

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Poll: Trump overtakes Clinton in Florida

Trump is winning over independents by a double-digit margin, 47 percent to 26 percent, and he has a similar edge with male and white voters. Clinton leads among female voters and African-Americans by nearly 50 points and Hispanics by 10 points.