Wednesday, April 26, 2017


We're pleased to offer this secure online payment option for Tickets to this year's Republican Of The Year Dinner. We’re delighted to honor Annette de Modena for her years of service to the community. Our guest speaker is Howard Jarvis Taxpayer Association President Jon Coupal.

The Republican Of The Year Dinner is Saturday, May 6th, 2017 at The Carson Mansion in Eureka, California.
No Host Cocktail/Bar begins at Five O’Clock
Dinner served at Six O’Clock
Program begins at Seven O’Clock

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Killing California: $155 Billion a Year in Higher Taxes and Fees Proposed in First Four Months of Legislative Session

This week, the California Tax Foundation released the third edition of Tax Watch: Major Taxes and Fees Introduced in the California Legislature, a report cataloging all legislation introduced since the start of the legislative session in December that proposes a new or increased tax or fee.
The cumulative sum of these proposals is the highest we’ve ever identified. These proposals seek to increase the price of the most basic necessities – housing, health care, child care, groceries and driving a car. From a business perspective, these bills would make it costlier for start-ups, family businesses, neighborhood restaurants and California’s industry icons to keep their doors open.


Conservative groups support new change to Obamacare repeal bill

Judge Who Blocked Trump’s Sanctuary City Executive Order Is A Major Obama Bundler

Federal Judge William Orrick III, who on Tuesday blocked an executive order signed by President Donald Trump on so-called sanctuary cities, was a major donor to and bundler for former President Barack Obama.

Orrick issued the order on Tuesday which blocked the Trump administration from denying federal funds to sanctuary cities San Francisco and Santa Clara. The same day, Fox News reported that Orrick was a bundler for Obama and raised at least $200,000 for the former president.

Orrick's bundling for Obama and donations of over $30,000 to groups supporting Obama were revealed by the Federalist in 2015, after the judge gained attention for issuing a restraining order against an organization that filmed undercover footage of Planned Parenthood employees discussing the sale of fetal organs.


ESPN Flagship on Fire: 100 Employees Thrown Overboard. Middle America Knows Why

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Death toll in Venezuela's unrest rises to 26

Ted Cruz proposes using assets seized from drug lords like El Chapo to pay for the border wall

Who is lying?

It's White House Correspondents' dinner time: Why aren't media at the table?

This year there will be fewer cocktail parties, fewer exclusive invitations. It's a strong reaction to a president who, in spite of all his anti-media tough talk, hasn't actually done anything like what his predecessor did to curb press freedoms...

It's a strong reaction to a president who, in spite of all his anti-media tough talk, hasn't actually done anything like what his predecessor did to curb press freedoms.

The Trump administration hasn't, for example, subpoenaed reporters in an effort to get them to reveal their sources. Nor has it secretly collected reporters' phone records. Nor set new records for denying Freedom of Information Act requests.

These distinctions go to Obama, whose two terms in office included several real infringements on the press.

In February 2011, for example, federal investigators were revealed to have spied on the New York Times' James Risen. They were attempting to determine whether he was the recipient of leaked CIA information. Investigators went through Risen's credit reports and his personal bank records, and they obtained information about his phone calls and travel, according to a motion filed in a federal court.

In April of that year, the New Yorker, Vanity Fair and Bloomberg hosted WHCA parties as if nothing had happened.

So did People and Time magazine....

Later, in May 2013, the Associated Press revealed the Justice Department had secretly collected two months' worth of personal and work-related phone calls made by AP reporters and editors.

The Justice Department secretly obtained records on incoming and outgoing calls made by specific AP journalists, as well as general news staff, the news group reported. Federal investigators even collected data on calls made by AP reporters in the House of Representatives press gallery.

That same year, the Justice Department labeled Fox News reporter James Rosen a "criminal co-conspirator" under the Espionage Act of 1917 in relation to a case involving possibly leaked classified information. Federal investigators tried to gain access to Rosen's personal emails and phone records.

The Justice Department went so far as to monitor the Fox News reporter's visits to the State Department, including tracing his phone calls and attempting to review his personal emails. Rosen was even labeled a "flight risk."

None of these things deterred Vanity Fair, Bloomberg, Time, People or the New Yorker from throwing WHCA parties in 2014....

The same year Lizza tweeted about standing next to actresses, the Obama administration set a record for denying the most Freedom of Information Act requests of any administration. The Obama administration did it again in 2015. The same groups that are forgoing their normal WHCA festivities now that Trump is president were apparently undisturbed by this, because they went ahead with their parties anyway in 2015 and in 2016....

The University of California’s headquarters hid $175 million from the public and lawmakers in a secret reserve fund while the Office of the President was asking the state for more money

The office of UC President Janet Napolitano created a secret reservebudget over the course of four years, the audit found. Included in the reserve was $32 million collected from campuses that could have been spent on students.

“These problems indicate that significant change is necessary to strengthen the public’s trust in the University,” Howell wrote in the audit.

At 100 Days, Trump's No Russian Stooge or Fascist

On this day in history:

Obama’s hidden Iran deal giveaway: More deception

Mark Levin opened his show tonight on the stunning investigative report on the Obama nuke deal from Politico this morning. He read from the post while giving commentary along the way, explaining just how big this really is and how the administration and media lied about it.

Monday, April 24, 2017

Senate confirms Sonny Perdue as Trump's agriculture secretary 87-11

How Obama DOJ/FBI lied about "criminal" investigation of Clinton. Politics over the rule of law.


Where's the ACLU?


FRENCH ELECTION CALLED CHOICE BETWEEN ISLAM/DEMOCRACY: Le Pen praised for 'efforts to shut down the spread of Islam'http://www.

With all the taxes & hidden taxes on gas, CA drivers will soon pay over $2/gallon more than nat. average

"Hasn’t Bill Clinton been fellated thoroughly enough?"

...Clinton won, Clinton was slick, and Clinton made fools out of Republicans and high-profile right-wing critics. He provided American progressives with all they really want out of a politician: emotional validation. (Hey, Trump voters!) And so Democrats loved him — deeply, madly, and, in many cases, to the point of abasing themselves.... Rather than send Bill Clinton into his dotage with a generous allowance of Viagra and interns, they gave his wife — his batty, corrupt, inept, corrupt, feckless, corrupt, preening, unbearable, corrupt, condescending, and corrupt wife — the Senate seat being vacated by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, the last good Democrat. She was elected to represent the state of New York in the Senate when she did not even live there... She did not do very much in the Senate, though she did manage to acquire a nice real-estate portfolio, including a Chappaqua house with a pool big enough to dock Marco Rubio’s boat....

She was running for president from the day she was seated in the Senate. But she could not close the deal. First, she got whipped in the primaries by a nobody back-bencher who answered her Illinois-Arkansas enthusiasm with his own Hawaii-Illinois cunning, in effect telling Democratic primary voters: “Okay, I’ll see your white woman and raise you a black guy.” So Mrs. Clinton became secretary of state. She was not very good at that.

And then, after barely edging out Comrade Muppet in the 2016 primary, she lost to a half-literate game-show host.

But, as the poet said, there ain’t no cure for love, and Democrats just can’t quit the Big Creep.

So they’ve turned to the Little Creep....

Chelsea Clinton, most recently lionized on the cover of Vanity Fair, is a 37-year-old multi-millionaire who has never uttered an interesting word about any subject at any time during the course of her life. Judging from the evidence of her public statements, she has never had an original thought — it isn’t clear that she has had a thought at all. In tribute to her parents, she was given a series of lucrative sinecures, producing a smattering of sophomoric videos for NBC at a salary of $600,000 a year. She later went more formally into the family business, leaving her fake job at NBC for a fake job in her parents’ fake charity. She gave interviews about how she just couldn’t get interested in money and bought a $10 million Manhattan apartment that stretches for the better part of a city block.

And, since her mother’s most recent foray into ignominious defeat, she has been inescapable: magazine covers, fawning interviews, talk of running her in New York’s 17th congressional district. The Democrats are doing their best to make Chelsea happen....

Genital mutilation victims break silence on 'demonic' practice...

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Full AP Interview With President Trump

Saudi Arabia elected to U.N. women's right commission "like making an arsonist into the town fire chief."

Saudi Arabia elected to U.N. women's right commission "like making an arsonist into the town fire chief."

Unity or else: DNC Chair Tom Perez demands 'ideological purity' on abortion from candidates

Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen were the top 2 finishers in today's #FrenchElections. Run-off coming on May 7th.

Never Again

96% of Trump supporters say that they would vote for him again

Coulter Clash...

Trump fires Obama's surgeon general who called guns 'health issue'

Things to watch in France's election: Far-right win 'bigger than Trump or Brexit' for markets...

Intel agencies warn riots could break out...

Man at Paris train station threatens police with knife...

Stop the "snowflake" talk: "Campus intolerance is at root not a psychological phenomenon but an ideological one."

NYT: Comey went public about Emailgate partly because he didn’t trust Loretta Lynch to be impartial

Lynch’s untrustworthiness has always been a key ingredient to the Comey/Emailgate saga. If not for the tarmac meeting with Bill Clinton last spring, it would have fallen to her as AG to make the final decision on whether to charge Hillary. Instead, because of the suspicions surrounding her, she declared publicly that she’d follow whatever recommendation the FBI made. That left Comey as the ultimate decision-maker, so when the investigation concluded, he felt obliged to state his reasons publicly. And, having done so, he felt further obliged in October after the feds started looking through Anthony Weiner’s laptop to notify the public that maybe the investigation wasn’t concluded after all. History will never know what might have happened, or not happened, had Bill Clinton stayed off Lynch’s plane and Comey remained in a subordinate role on the Clinton matter.

According to the Times, though, there’s more to the story than that. The tarmac meeting was important in thrusting Comey into a public spotlight on Emailgate, but unbeknownst to most of the country, he and the FBI had already developed suspicions about Lynch’s political bias towards Clinton. They began in the fall of 2015 when Lynch warned the Bureau to be careful about how it described the Clinton investigation. Try not to use the word “investigation,” she insisted...

67% say the Democratic Party is out of touch with people’s concerns, up from 48% in 2014, new ABC/WaPo poll finds

Sunday Funnies

Saturday, April 22, 2017

The media's 100-day war against @POTUS

Here’s What they Predicted on the First Earth Day in 1970

Welcome home, Aya!

BREAKING: New book "Shattered" reveals the Clinton Campaign hatched the Russia narrative 24 hours after her loss to cover for their failure

The book further highlights how Clinton's Russia-blame-game was a plan hatched by senior campaign staggers John Podesta and Robby Mook, less than "within twenty-four hours" after she conceded. Mook and Podesta assembled her communications team - to engineer the case that they election wasn't entirely on the up-and-up

Friday, April 21, 2017

I'll let you ban hate speech if you'll let me define hate speech.

Welcome to today’s Democratic party, where dysfunction reigns, and @BernieSanders is king

Thursday, April 20, 2017

ISIS Claims Responsibility for Terror Attack on Champs Elysees

Trump: Iran ‘Not Living Up to the Spirit of the Agreement’

A World Of Good: Madera CHP officer helped make sure a Modesto woman took part in her naturalization ceremony

...While responding to an accident north of Avenue 17 on Highway 99 Ruvalcaba met 83-year-old Sarkees. Despite her obvious signs of pain, and a totaled car, she had somewhere she needed to be.

After taking the citizenship test seven times Sarkees was finally getting sworn in as a US citizen.

"That enthusiasm, her eagerness to be here, the fact that she put her pain aside and her suffering-- that pushed me to drive out here and made it happen for her," said Ruvalcaba.

Arriving in style Sarkees was taken to Valedez Hall by CHP escort.

Thanks to officer Ruvalcaba Sarkees was able to take her oath alongside more than 900 other people.

"I'm going to be American. I be happy-- very happy to be American lady, I be very very happy."

Sarkees came to the US in 2007 from Iraq....

Thursday, April 20th 1:00-3:00

Our Membership Drive runs January-March. In April, we welcome new and returning members with our Annual Spring Tea. It’s a great year to be a Republican! Come celebrate all that has been accomplished over the last year! Bring friends, wear Republican Red and come enjoy fine coffee, tea and mouth-watering delectables.

Call Margaret at 822 3255 for more information

Remember - Because of the Tea, there will be NO GENERAL MEETING on April 20th.

DIRECTIONS TO ◼ HUMBOLDT AREA FOUNDATION (363 Indianola Rd, Bayside): From Eureka on 101…Follow US-101 North 3.4 mi., Turn right onto Indianola Cutoff 0.4 mi, Turn left onto Indianola Rd., Destination will be on the left 102 ft


PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE: Hello! We are headed into spring: more rain, light rain, daylight savings time, bright yellow daffodils, vivid blue muscari, purple and creamy hellebores, apricot pink blueberry blooms… and our annual SPRING TEA on Thursday, April 20!

Your board members have made fine plans for your enjoyment. They are preparing items for a silent auction you won’t want to miss. They are donning their aprons and searching their cookbooks for the right recipe for sweet and savory morsels for your pleasure. They will prepare and set out a lovely array of appetizers to be sampled, maybe once, maybe twice, maybe more.

You can drink tea or coffee from an exquisite cup from an extensive and beautiful cup collection. You will have ample time to view and bid on our silent auction items. You can sit and visit at a comfortable table. You can circulate to meet and converse with those you know as well as get acquainted with new members and guests.

We hope you will don your best teatime attire and join us for a celebration of our members, new and renewing, potential and probable, plus each guest you may bring with you.

Judy Herman

NKorea threatens to turn USA to ashes... Should California panic?

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Married couples pay 74% of all taxes.

Massive anti-government protests in Venezuela leave 2 students dead

Not a high moment in Berkeley's history: "Berkeley Cancels Ann Coulter Speech Over Safety Fears"



Trump Fulfills Another Campaign Promise: Veterans Can See Doctor Of Their Choice!

MUST READ: @GOPLeader recaps how Congress is using the CRA to roll back some of the worst regulations.

To make government work for the people again, we must reform Washington, which is why this year we have used the powerful Congressional Review Act (CRA) to overturn some of the worst regulations from the end of the Obama Administration. Before this Congress, only one CRA successfully passed both the House and the Senate and was signed by the President. This year, we’ve already done so much more.

The House has passed 15 CRAs, 13 have passed the Senate, and 11 have been signed into law. The White House estimated that by repealing these 11 regulations alone we will save $10 billion over 20 years.

Here’s what we’ve done:

  1. The Stream Buffer Rule (H.J. Res. 38) would have saddled mines with unnecessary regulations, putting up to 64% of America’s coal reserves off limits and threatening between 40,000 to 70,000 mining jobs. – Signed by President Trump
  2. The SEC Disclosure Rule for Resource Extraction (H.J. Res. 41) would have put an unreasonable compliance burden on publicly traded American energy companies, putting them at a disadvantage to foreign-owned businesses. – Signed by President Trump
  3. The Social Security Service’s Second Amendment Restrictions (H.J. Res. 40) would increase scrutiny on up to 4.2 million law-abiding disabled Americans attempting to purchase firearms, potentially depriving people of their constitutional rights without proper due process protections. – Signed by President Trump
  4. The Federal Contracts Blacklisting Rule (H.J. Res. 37) would unjustly block many businesses accused of violating labor laws from federal contracts before they’ve even had a chance to defend themselves in court. – Signed by President Trump
  5. The Bureau of Land Management Venting and Flaring Rule (H.J. Res. 36) would further cap methane emissions in the oil and gas industry at a time when the industry is already dramatically reducing emissions, potentially wiping out family-owned marginal wells and costing an estimated $1 billion.
  6. The Bureau of Land Management Planning 2.0 Rule (H.J. Res. 44) would reduce local authority over large swaths of land out west, massively expanding the federal government’s control over more than 175 million acres of land—about 4,000 times the size of Washington, D.C.—in 11 western states. – Signed by President Trump
  7. The Teacher Preparation Rule (H.J. Res. 58) would force states to use Washington’s standards to determine whether a teacher preparation program is effective, undermining local control over education and potentially exacerbating the shortage of special education teachers. – Signed by President Trump
  8. The Education Accountability Rule (H.J. Res. 57) would be an unfunded mandate imposing Washington’s standard for how to assess schools on state and local governments. – Signed by President Trump
  9. The Unemployment Insurance Drug Testing Rule (H.J. Res. 42) would severely restrict states’ ability to limit drug abusers from receiving unemployment benefits even if the drug users are not able and available for work, as the law requires. – Signed by President Trump
  10. The State Retirement Plan Rule (H.J. Res. 66) would treat employees unequally by allowing states to force some workers into second-tier government-run retirement accounts that lack the same protections as private-sector accounts.
  11. The Local Retirement Plan Rule (H.J. Res. 67) would treat employees unequally by allowing certain localities to force some workers into second-tier government-run retirement accounts that lack the same protections as private-sector accounts. – Passed by Senate
  12. The National Wildlife Hunting and Fishing Rule (H.J. Res. 69) would infringe on Alaska’s right to sustainably manage fish and wildlife by overregulating hunting—a move that could set the stage for the federal government to undermine local control across the entire U.S. – Signed by President Trump
  13. The Title X Abortion Funding Rule (H.J. Res. 43) would force states to administer Title X health funding to abortion providers, even if states want to redirect those funds to community health centers and hospitals that offer more comprehensive coverage. – Passed by the Senate
  14. The OSHA Power Grab Rule (H.J. Res. 83) would overturn a rule that is clearly unlawful. The law explicitly that employers can only be targeted for failing to keep proper health and safety records within a six-month time period. The rule we overturned would have extended that to a full five years. Signed by President Trump
  15. FCC Internet Service Provider Rule (S.J. Res. 34) would treat internet service providers (ISPs) the same as other companies like Google and Facebook by applying the same privacy rules to everyone. – Signed by President Trump

Fox News moves Tucker Carlson up to O’Reilly time slot

Book Review: The details in "Shattered," about Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign, are "nothing less than devastating"

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Nevertheless #ShePersisted