Monday, June 26, 2017

President Trump Has Now Signed 40 Pieces Of Legislation As He Moves To Enact His Agenda

Fifteen of the 40 signed bills repeal Obama-era regulations. Examples of these regulations include a rule that made it tougher for states to drug test welfare recipients and a regulation that imposed permitting requirements on mining sites. These bills signed by President Trump utilized the Congressional Review Act, which allows Congress to nullify any rule or regulation created in the previous administration’s final six months.

Trump said in a tweet Friday that he’s “gotten rid of massive amounts of regulations.” The president is now hoping to sign an Obamacare repeal bill.

Melania Trump Opens Up About Living At The White House

No wonder Trump was pissed. He knew they knew and were lying!

No wonder Trump was pissed. He knew they knew and were lying! -

“They” meaning Pelosi, Reid, Schumer, CIA’s Morell, Obama, Rice, Clapper, Comey and Rogers.

Trump: Decision To Let Travel Ban Take Effect Is ‘Clear Victory For Our National Security’

California Single Payer is dead….for the time being

The New ‘1984’ Play Is So Gory, People Are Vomiting And Passing Out

...“We’re not trying to be willfully assaultive or exploitatively shock people, but there’s nothing here or in the disturbing novel that isn’t happening right now, somewhere around the world: People are being detained without trial, tortured and executed,” said Macmillian. “We can sanitize that and make people feel comforted, or we can simply present it without commentary and allow it to speak for itself.”...

SCOTUS Rules In Favor Of Trinity Lutheran In Religious Liberty Case

Supreme Court Denies Appeal, Leaves Pro-Gun Decision Intact

“We wanted the staff to see that Trump supporters are just as human as anyone else”

While it has been described as a sit-in, Tatro says the crowd was made up of paying customers and not just “people who were filling chairs.”

“We wanted the staff to see that Trump supporters are just as human as anyone else,” he said. “We live in a diverse city. It’s unacceptable in a modern society to make a customer feel uncomfortable, whether it’s a liberal business mistreating a conservative customer or a conservative business mistreating a liberal customer.”

The Mecklenburg County Republican Party posted on their Facebook page that the event was “a perfect example of a peaceful political demonstration.” The party reported that participants included representatives of the MeckGOP Board, Deplorable Pride (an LGBT Republican group), Hispanics For Trump, Women For Trump and even some independent voters. Republican Rep. William Brawley of Matthews also attended, and spoke to the crowd.

Starbucks has formally apologized for the original incident, which took place earlier this month. Kayla Hart of Charlotte reported she was wearing a shirt in support of President Donald Trump at the Starbucks and was bullied and laughed at by the staff....

Tatro said the Mecklenburg County Republican Party feels the apology was acceptable – as long as the bullying stops. He calls what happened to Kayla Hart “terrible.”

“I think it not only hurt her feelings, but discouraged her from being involved in political process,” he said. “Many Trump supporters are afraid to wear Trump gear for that reason...It’s a shame that some people only feel comfortable when it’s group of 40 people or so.”

Anthem breaks with other insurers, endorses Senate GOP healthcare bill

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Another Sunday, another program full of #originalreporting nobody else will have. WATCH SHARYL ATTKISSON FullMeasureNews

Sunday Funnies

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Why the Democrat party is doomed:: Beyond Opposing Trump, Democrats Keep Searching For A Message

Why the Democrat party is doomed:

1. The Democratic establishment has vortexes the party's narrative energy into hysteria about Russia (a state with a lower GDP than South Korea). It is starkly obvious that were it not for this hysteria insurgent narratives of the type promoted by Bernie Sanders would rapidly dominate the party's base and its relationship with the public. Without the "We didn't lose--Russia won" narrative the party's elite and those who exist under its patronage would be purged for being electorally incompetent and ideologically passe. The collapse of the Democratic decision making structures by a professional, educated, urban service class and to the shocking decline in health and longevity of white males, who together with their wives, daughters, mothers, etc. comprise 63% of the US population (2010 census). Unlike other industrialized countries US male real wages (all ethnic groups combined) have not increased since 1973. In trying to stimulate engagement of non-whites and women Democrats have aggressively promoted identity politics. This short-term tactic has led to the inevitable strategic catastrophe of the white and male super majorities responding by seeing themselves as an unserviced political identity group. Consequently in response to sotto-voce suggestions that Trump would service this group 53% of all men voted for Trump. 53% of white women and 63% of white men (PEW Research)

2. The Trump-Russia collusion narrative is a political dead end. Despite vast resources, enormous incentives and a year of investigation, Democratic senators who have seen the classified intelligence at the CIA such as Senator Feinstein (as recently as March) are forced to admit that there is no evidence of collusion. Without collusion, we are left with the Democratic establishment blaming the public for being repelled by the words of Hillary Clinton and the Democrat party establishment. Is it a problem that the public discovered what Hillary Clinton said to Goldman Sachs and what party elites said about fixing the DNC primaries against Bernie Sanders? A party elite that maintains that it is the 'crime of the century" for the public and their membership to discover how they behave and what they believe invites scorn....

Friday, June 23, 2017

CA enacts a travel ban..

The Left's Violent Rhetoric


Peggy Noonan: Anti-Trump media bias is 'unalterable'

Want to take back Congress? Flip California’s Republican seats

The Democratic loss in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District on Tuesday wasn’t just a heartbreaker, it was a bank-buster, with Democrats dropping over $25 million to make a race of it in a traditionally Republican district in suburban Georgia.

This smarts even more when you consider that this campaign cash would be enough for Democrats to compete in and win all seven of the Republican California congressional seats that Hillary Clinton carried in the presidential election – better known as the California 7....

Who are the California 7? Jeff Denham, CA-10, Turlock. David Valadao, CA-21, Bakersfield. Steve Knight, CA-25, Palmdale. Ed Royce, CA-39, Brea. Mimi Walters, CA-45, Irvine. Dana Rohrabacher, CA-48, Huntington Beach. Darrell Issa, CA-49, Vista.

Democrats are just 24 congressional seats short of ...eliminating the Republican majority in Congress. And the road to Democrats taking back the House runs through California....

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Trumps turn Congressional Picnic at the White House into a family affair

Four Republicans are opposing Obamacare repeal bill because of one glaring omission

As Breitbart noted:

Soon after the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) released the draft of the Senate’s healthcare bill on Thursday, Sens. Rand Paul (R-KY) and Ron Johnson (R-WI) blasted the bill for not fully repealing Obamacare.

Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Drops Obamacare Coverage In 3 States

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

"Not even Barack Obama can save us now."

Angry Talk: Not even Barack Obama can save us now. - Stanley Kurtz/National Review

Trump in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

The media have a bad case of the Trumps

CA Court Tosses Out 14 Charges Against Pro-life Journalist Who Exposed Planned Parenthood’s Baby Part Market

I discussed those charges at length and concluded the only charge that might have some legitimacy was the last charge which addressed Merritt and Daleiden’s use of an expired employee ID to login to the Stem Expresses system.

I love how Obama timed #Obamacare's implosion for after he left office.

DEM OPERATIVE QUOTE OF THE DAY: “We no longer have a party caucus capable of riding this wave. We have 80-year-old leaders and 90-year-old ranking members. This isn’t a party. It’s a giant assisted living center. Complete with field trips, gym, dining room and attendants.”

Illinois careens into financial meltdown

"Illinois will not meet a court-set deadline Tuesday to increase spending on backlogs of Medicaid payments, pushing the problem off until the end of the month as the state’s unprecedented budget impasse is on the verge of entering its third straight fiscal year."

..."Illinois owes Medicaid providers $2 billion for care provided to more than 3 million people"

..."the state's total unpaid bill of $15 billion — or 40 percent of Illinois' operating budget."
 ..."state’s backlog of unpaid bills will skyrocket to $28 billion by June 2019"

"You just see a constant level of rage — and I’m telling you, it isn’t healthy."

MAG: How Corporations Corrupted Left On Immigration...

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Attn Dems: If you're going to light $25 million on fire to lose a congressional race, at least have an open bar

Silicon Valley tech titans visit White House

Stock Market Sets Seven New All-Time Records in June... MEDIA SILENT

McCain Institute Funded By George Soros...

Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain in 2012 turned over nearly $9 million in unspent funds from his failed 2008 presidential campaign to a new foundation bearing his name, the McCain Institute for International Leadership.

The institute is intended to serve as a “legacy” for McCain and “is dedicated to advancing human rights, dignity, democracy and freedom.” It is a tax-exempt non-profit foundation with assets valued at $8.1 million and associated with Arizona State University.

Conservative and liberal critics, however, believe the institute constitutes a major conflict of interest for McCain, The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Investigative Group has learned....

The institute has accepted contributions of as much as $100,000 from billionaire liberal activist-funder George Soros and from Teneo, a for-profit company co-founded by Doug Band, former President Bill Clinton’s “bag man.” Teneo has long helped enrich Clinton through lucrative speaking and business deals.

And Bloomberg reported in 2016 on a $1 million Saudi Arabian donation to the institute, a contribution the McCain group has refused to explain publicly.

The Handel-Ossoff Election is a Test to See if the Bay Area Can Buy a Georgia Election

Breitbart reports:
It has been reported for several months that Jon Ossoff, the Democratic candidate seeking to win the special election in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District on Tuesday, does not live in the district.
Last month, an Ossoff campaign worker told volunteer canvassers that if asked about their candidate’s residence, they should say that “he lives three blocks from the district.”

Rally Against Political Violence June 25th

Monday, June 19, 2017

"The tone of Trump's remarks on this event has been pitch-perfect."

Immediately following news last Wednesday morning that a shooting incident in Alexandria, Va., had left many wounded, including Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., and lobbyist Matt Mika, both of whom are still in critical condition, the president wasted no time giving the nation a somber update.

"We may have our differences, but we do well, in times like these, to remember that everyone who serves in our nation's capital is here because, above all, they love our country," the commander in chief said from the White House.

Trump later paid the wounded Scalise a visit in the hospital. The president then gave another public update on the congressman's health.

The tone of Trump's remarks on this event has been pitch-perfect. He has been calm, respectful and apolitical. In other words, it is exactly what is needed, and expected, in emergencies like this.

In contrast, some of Trump's critics have behaved deplorably, many of them practically rushing to use the event to score cheap political points.

The disappearing ACA insurance market

With the majority of Californians opposed to the gas tax, Cap Dems know they’re behind the 8-ball.

Big news: Obama NSC Advisor Susan Rice’s Unmasking Material is at Obama Library

Judicial Watch today announced that the National Security Council (NSC) on May 23, 2017, informed it by letter that the materials regarding the unmasking by Obama National Security Advisor Susan Rice of “the identities of any U.S. citizens associated with the Trump presidential campaign or transition team” have been removed to the Obama Library.

The NSC will not fulfill an April 4 Judicial Watch request for records regarding information relating to people “who were identified pursuant to intelligence collection activities.”

The agency also informed Judicial Watch that it would not turn over communications with any Intelligence Community member or agency concerning the alleged Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential election; the hacking of DNC computers; or the suspected communications between Russia and Trump campaign/transition officials. Specifically, the NSC told Judicial Watch:
Documents from the Obama administration have been transferred to the Barack Obama Presidential Library. You may send your request to the Obama Library. However, you should be aware that under the Presidential Records Act, Presidential records remain closed to the public for five years after an administration has left office.

North Korea, a socialist country, killed an American because he stole a poster

Trump EPA Ends Taxpayer Funded Gym Memberships

President Trump welcomes President Varela & Mrs. Varela from Panama

Iran missiles hit terrorists' command headquarters in Deir ez-Zor, IRGC says.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Happy Father's Day!

Gingrich: Someone's going to jail in Russia investigation, but it won't be Trump

State government’s largest union is raising fees on those who want to opt out of funding their political activity.

Thursday, June 15, 2017


The 2017 Nominating Committee for the California Federation of Republican Women is seeking candidates for all offices of CFRW

Please refer to CFRW Bylaws, specifically those cited below for eligibility of candidates:

Article VII—Officers and Duties, Section 1: The elected officers shall be President, three (3) Vice Presidents (one each from Northern, Central, and Southern Divisions), Recording Secretary, Membership Secretary, and Treasurer.
Article VII—Officers and Duties, Section 3: the President’s term of office shall be for one term of two years and is limited to one term only. All other elected officers shall serve for a term of two years and may serve for no more than two consecutive terms. [Note: this means that if you already hold an office (other than President) and wish to run again for that office, you must reapply}
Article XI—Nominations and Elections, Section 6: Nominees shall be members in good standing in CFRW and Shall be in accord with the objectives, bylaws, and policies of CFRW
Article XI—Nominations and Elections, Section 7: to be eligible for the offices of CFRW President, and Vice President, a member shall have previously served as President at some level of CFRW, and have been a member of CFRW Board of Directors for not less than one term (two years).

Each candidate should send a resume and/or biographical history, and letters of recommendation via email to ALL MEMBERS of the Nominating Committee, including the alternates, by June 30, 2017.

The CFRW 2017 Nominating Committee:

Chairman: Patricia Welch-Foster patriciawelch at mindspring dot com
Alternate Chairman: Gaylon Kastner gylnkastner at gmail dot com
Elizabeth Hanson lizmports88 at gmail dot com
Pat Scott patriciaj-scott at comcast dot net
JoAn Townsend (alternate) jobiggs at sbcglobal dot net
Sue Blair sblair9821 at aol dot com
Pamela Faulkner faulkner_pam at yahoo dot com
Dee Chavez-Harmes (alternate) dee at cfosd dot com
Betty Scheidt bettyscheidt at comcast dot net
Debora Moore dklmoore at icloud dot com
Margaret Davis (alternate) margaret1688 at sbcglobal dot net

Please have your Regional Directors or County Presidents, depending on your Division, disseminate this information in a timely manner.

Thank you, and thank you all for your dedication and service to the Federation.

"The left didn't care when @HillaryClinton's @StateDept sold the Russians - THE RUSSIANS - 20% of our uranium production."

I was not elected to continue a failed system. I was elected to change it. All of us in government service were elected to solve the problems that have plagued our nation. We are here to think big, to act boldly, and to rise above the petty partisan squabbling of Washington D.C.

Remarks by President Trump on Regulatory Relief

Department of Transportation
Washington, D.C.

June 09, 2017 11:40 A.M. EDT

THE PRESIDENT: Thank you, Secretary Chao. Thank you, everybody. This is very nice, by the way. Beautiful. I want to really thank you. You have been so amazing as the leader of this department, and the progress is being made so quickly. Leaders and officials gathered here from across the country have all praised the work that the Secretary is doing to create a safe, modern and reliable transportation system for the United States and for its great, great, great people.

I also want to thank Secretary Zinke for the fantastic job he’s doing at the Department of the Interior to clear the way for new infrastructure and economic development.

Both Secretary Chao and Zinke joined us at the White House yesterday for a meeting with state and local leaders to develop plans to replace America’s decaying infrastructure and construct new roads, rails, pipelines, tunnels, and bridges all across our nation.

We are here today to focus on solving one of the biggest obstacles to creating this new and desperately needed infrastructure, and that is the painfully slow, costly, and time-consuming process of getting permits and approvals to build. And I also knew that from the private sector. It is a long, slow, unnecessarily burdensome process.

Alexandria: a wake up call for the left says @Rogerlsimon

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

CFRW Capitol Update Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Budget Deadline

Tomorrow, June 15th, is the constitutional deadline to pass our state budget. If the budget is not passed by midnight tomorrow, our legislator’s pay will be rescinded every day until it is passed. The $183 billion spending plan will likely pass along party lines, with Republicans in the super-minority, not a single Republican vote is needed to pass this budget. In what can only be described as a legislative Democrat’s wish list, this budget aims to protect public employee unions, effectively dissolve the state Board of Equalization, and ignores critical infrastructure improvements. The budget includes many provisions that are not even budget related, like refiguring election laws to protect Senator Josh Newman from a recall effort in San Diego. But, more on that later. Let’s start with the Board of Equalization.

Ignoring Prop 54 and the requirement that legislation be in print and available online for 72 hours before a vote, this bill to strip power from the state Board of Equalization and instead create two new tax bureaucracies with no voter oversight has been jammed through and added to the budget deal before California taxpayers could weigh in on it. The BOE is an elected body of government, with four members, who hear appeals from businesses contesting state audits and tax fees. If changes need to be made to the state tax board, they should be done in an open and transparent manner.

Speaking of transparency, this budget does more to protect and solidify public employee union power under the guise of “employee orientation”. The bill included in the budget will allow unions to participate in state employee orientations and allow labor unions to address new state employees to “inform them of their rights”. Right. The “right” to join the union and pay “dues” that go toward political action, with the “right” to refuse joining the union or paying dues towards political action you may not necessarily agree with, without any retribution, right? Right. Any Republican bill aimed at reducing union control in political practices is swiftly defeated. Any Republican bill that seeks to allow employees to opt-out of union dues or “fair-share fees” is summarily killed. And yet, public employee unions overwhelmingly contribute to Democrats and lobby for liberal legislation. It is clear to see where Governor Brown and legislative Democrat’s priorities lie.

Those priorities do not include allocating budget spending for critical infrastructure improvements. There is nothing in this budget that directs money to improving the Oroville Dam spillway, our broken levee system, or securing permanent water storage. Instead, Democrats denied funding requests for these imperative projects, leaving our state in a dangerous position once again.

Tomorrow is judgement day for this budget, which is filled with political promises, lack of oversight and foresight, and creates a potentially dangerous environment when critical infrastructure continues to be ignored. Tomorrow, call YOUR Assemblyman and Senator and ask them to vote NO on this budget, ask them to go back to the drawing board and pass a back to basics budget. Find your representatives ◼ HERE.

Gas Tax Update

Democrats included in the budget a political ploy to protect Senator Josh Newman (D-San Diego) from a recall effort related to his vote for the Gas Tax in April. The bill attached to the budget, also known as a trailer bill, goes into effect immediately, unlike regular session bills. This bill would change election law as it pertains to recalls, allowing citizens to rescind their signatures and requiring the Secretary of State’s office to count and verify EVERY signature, not just a sampling as the current law states, thereby adding weeks to the certification process. These weeks matter, because our governor has 60-80 days to call for a recall election, but if that amount of time falls within 180 days of an election, he can call to consolidate the ballots. Democrats know that they have a better chance of protecting Newman in a primary election than they do in a special election called before it. This deceptive election law change is not the first of its kind. Democrats have a history of changing election laws to protect their interests. Californians need to wake up and pay attention!

It seems that that recently passed Gas Tax has awoken some Californians to action. The recall efforts of Josh Newman are just the beginning. In a recent poll done by UC Berkeley, 58% of likely voters OPPOSE the Gas Tax , including 39% who say they strongly oppose it. The numbers in opposition where high across the board, across geography, race, and age. This is good news for Republicans in districts where Democrats just barely eked out a victory this last election. We must make the passage of the Gas Tax THE ISSUE of 2018. Please visit ◼ to sign the petition, gather signatures, or donate to help repeal the Gas Tax.

Bills On The Move

This late in the legislative session, we are generally working hard to DEFEAT dangerous legislation. This session is no different. Bills are on the move in their second house hearings, and we need to remain on top of the action to OPPOSE these bad bills!

  • SB 6 (Hueso, D): Current law requires the State Department of Social Services, subject to the availability of funding, to contract with qualified nonprofit legal services organizations to provide legal services to unaccompanied, undocumented minors, as defined, who are transferred to the care and custody of the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement and who are present in this state. Existing law requires that the contracts awarded meet certain conditions. This bill would require the department to either contract with qualified nonprofit legal services organizations, or contract with a nonprofit agency to administer funding to nonprofit legal services organization subcontractors, to provide legal services to individuals in removal proceedings who are not otherwise entitled to legal representation under an existing local, state, or federal program. Location: 6/20-Assembly Judiciary Committee
  • SB 29 (Lara, D): Current law authorizes a county board of supervisors on behalf of its sheriff, and a legislative body of a city on behalf of its chief of police, to contract to provide supplemental law enforcement services to private individuals, private entities, and private corporations in specified circumstances and subject to certain conditions. This bill would, commencing on January 1, 2019, prohibit a city, county, or city and county, or a local law enforcement agency from entering into, renewing, or extending the length of a contract with a private corporation, contractor, or vendor to detain immigrants in civil immigration proceedings for profit. Location: Not On Calendar- Assembly Judiciary Committee
  • SB 54 (de Leon, D): Current law provides that when there is reason to believe that a person arrested for a violation of specified controlled substance provisions may not be a citizen of the United States, the arresting agency shall notify the appropriate agency of the United States having charge of deportation matters. This bill would repeal those provisions. Location: Not On Calendar- Assembly Judiciary Committee
  • SB 562 (Lara, D): Current law provides for the Medi-Cal program, which is administered by the State Department of Health Care Services, under which qualified low-income individuals receive health care services. The Medi-Cal program is, in part, governed and funded by federal Medicaid program provisions. This bill, the Healthy California Act, would create the Healthy California program to provide comprehensive universal single-payer health care coverage and a health care cost control system for the benefit of all residents of the state. Location: Assembly Desk, no committee assignment yet

CFRW Biennial Convention

Our biennial CFRW Convention is quickly approaching! ◼ CLICK HERE to download our Save the Date!

Disclaimer: The Capitol Update is an activity of the CFRW Advocate's Office. The update is for information only. CFRW official positions on legislation are stated immediately preceding the stated legislation or immediately following the stated legislation in this report.