Sunday, October 11, 2015


Get your tickets today for Humboldt GOP'S COMEDY NIGHT FUNDRAISER: OCTOBER 11 5:00-8:00 pm.

There's a Roast Beef and Fried Chicken Dinner Buffet, Live and Silent Auctions.

Location: 445 Herrrick Ave., Eureka, CA

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

AP Investigation: Nuclear smugglers shipped radioactive material to ISIS and other terrorists.

Who pays California taxes and how much?

Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association: Politicians are discussing tax increases in the Legislature and special interests hope to put taxes on the 2016 ballot. But Californians already pay a multitude of taxes from major taxes to strange and obscure taxes like a $1.5 billion surcharge that funds the Public Utilities Commission. Altogether these taxes amount to $250 billion a year.

California fire officials found to be stockpiling $43 million. Some say the huge reserve indicates they are worried they'll lose a pending class action lawsuit alleging the fire "fee" is actually an illegal tax.

She would deny tax-exempt status to those who dissent from the Left’s views

She also made belittling remarks about religious liberty, particularly in the context of Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis and Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA). This is particularly ironic, since it was Hillary’s husband, Bill Clinton, who signed a federal RFRA into law back in the 1990s, when gay rights weren’t as fashionable as they are today. What’s more, candidate Clinton’s rhetoric went to great lengths to paint anyone who disagrees with the morality of the LGBT worldview as being beneath the threshold of respect. She read the very worst into her opponents’ views, making it impossible for reasoned debate to occur. The pitched, glossed-over caricatures of religious liberty elicited by Clinton are unbecoming for someone of her stature, and furthermore, they devalue by way of cynicism a bedrock value at the heart of our Constitution.

If you’ve paid attention to the national conversation on religious liberty of late, these assaults on constitutional principles like religious liberty and settled public policy like RFRA don’t come as a shock. They are, sadly, representative of the vaporizing effects of those who, to quote Justice Alito in his dissent in Obergefell, desire to “stamp out every vestige of dissent.” They also, however, offer a crystal-ball view into the future of religious liberty should Clinton win the presidency.

Chicago homeowners are facing massive tax increases because their politicians can't control their spending. California has big spending politicians too, but taxpayers here are protected by Prop. 13.

Did you know a lot of people don't know that Prop. 13 is protecting them? That's why you should watch and share our informative new video to educate your family, friends and neighbors on why they too should support Prop. 13!

Monday, October 5, 2015

House GOP leadership races took new twists and turns today

Islamic State murders 12 Christians for refusing to renounce Christ

Hey Code Pink,Obama just bombed Doctors Without Borders

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Russian strikes focus on Talbiseh/Rastan (Green). Might be prelude to SAA ground operation to retake Rastan-enclave

The Arch of Triumph in Palmyra, Syria. ISIS blew it up this weekend.

"Somebody, somewhere will comment and say, Obama politicized this issue," the president said. "Well, this is something we should politicize."

In the past, Obama has urged Americans not to politicize issues that were deeply political in nature but that he wished not to debate. Now, post-Oregon, he has set a new standard for future political arguments. A few examples:

In March of this year, when there was an intense debate about Republican lawmakers' decision to invite Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address Congress on the Iran nuclear issue, Obama said, "It is very important for us not to politicize the relationship between Israel and the United States."

A few years earlier, Obama decried the politicization of the Keystone XL pipeline. In a December 2011 news conference with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Obama said, "The State Department is making sure that it crosses all its T's and dots all its I's before making a final determination. And I think it's worth noting, for those who want to try to politicize this issue, that when it comes to domestic energy production, we have gone all in..."

In January 2009, when he rescinded the "Mexico City Policy" against funding abortions overseas, Obama said, "It is time that we end the politicization of this issue."

In May 2009, in his speech on terrorist detainees, Obama said, "Over the last several weeks, we've seen a return of the politicization of these issues that have characterized the last several years."

The president has also used his spokesmen to condemn the politicization of certain issues....

So over the years President Obama and his designated spokesman have often spoken out against the politicization of issues of great public importance — issues that properly belong in the sphere of political debate. And of course, Republicans have also condemned the politicization of issues they don't want to debate. Now, though, Obama's yes-let's-politicize-this approach to the Oregon killings could be an indication of a significant change. Let the politicization begin.

GOP voters are more satisfied with their 2016 choices than they were in 2008 and 2012

A "new world order." Judge Jeanine: Obama Is Letting Putin, Russia Take Over as World's Superpower

Jerry Brown: too many laws, too many crimes