This is an anonymously posted document by someone who calls themselves Spartacus. Because it’s anonymous, I can’t contact them to ask for permission to publish. So, I hesitated for a while, but it’s simply the best document I’ve seen on Covid, vaccines, etc. Whoever Spartacus is, they have a very elaborate knowledge in “the field”, probably either a pathologist or a physician. If you want to know a lot more about the no. 1 issue in the world today, read it. And don’t worry if you don’t understand every single word, neither do I. But I learned a lot.Continue reading “I AM SPARTACUS”
CocaCola and Delta Airlines did the same. They were all pressured by others who hadn’t read the bill either.
My Congressman, Representative Ralph Norman, wrote the following.
I’m so tired of “woke” companies. Major League Baseball (MLB) is the latest example. Reacting in cowardly fear to a little phony liberal outrage, MLB decided to move this year’s All-Star Game from Atlanta to Denver because of Georgia’s new election integrity law. This would have been a major event for Georgia, bringing tens of millions of dollars in economic activity to that state. Now, it’s yet another victim of this obnoxious cancel culture. “Good,” say the liberals, “Georgia deserved it.” Really?! Exactly what is so offensive about Georgia’s new law?! The MLB commissioner has been unable to intelligently defend (or even articulate) those reasons. Same for the CEOs of some other major corporations, like Delta Airlines and Coca-Cola, who have also issued statements criticizing the new law while refusing to engage in specifics. So let’s go through some of the FALSE CLAIMS about Georgia’s election integrity law, which are easy to find throughout left-wing media:Continue reading “The MLB Cancelled the All-Stars Game because of a voter integrity bill that they hadn’t even read.”
The following are my recommendations for voting on the propositions on the November 3rd ballot:
|14||Funding for Stem Cell Research||NO|
|15||Raise taxes on non-residential real estate||NO|
|16||Allow affirmative action again||NO|
|17||Allow Parolees the right to vote||NO|
|18||Allow some 17 year olds to vote||NO|
|19||Allow Seniors, disabled and disaster victims to take their tax basis with them when they sell their home and buy a new one.||NO|
|20||Restores previous penalties for certain crimes (roll-back of Brown leniency).||YES|
|21||Rent control (again)||NO|
|22||Allows ride-share drivers to be deemed to be independent contractors.||YES|
|23||Regulating dialysis clinics (back again)||NO|
|24||Create new state agency and staff to enforce consumer privacy laws.||NO|
|25||Requires approval of 2018 law that banished cash bail for criminals.||NO|
I have read in detail the complete language of each of the propositions. These are the recommendations I have come up with based on my research and analysis. My recommendations also happen to coincide with the recommendations of other conservatives who have also researched the ballot measures, including Steve Frank and the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association. If you would like a detailed explanation for the recommended vote on any of the propositions feel free to contact me.
I had some thoughts last night on race that I think I should post here.Continue reading “Thoughts on Race”
Note by Gary Aminoff:
The Declaration of Independence was about creating something – a new nation.
The organized Marxist destroyers, rioters and looters of today, that go by the name Black Lives Matter, Antifa, or whatever name, are not about creating…they are about destroying, erasing, canceling – an exercise in elimination. Their purpose and intent is to destroy America and assert a Marxist-type of government. An important part of their success is attributable to the consent of the elites of America. The people who run the country’s major institutions – in business, academia, bureaucracies, media, politics, book publishing, social media, museums, and philanthropies. The assent, if not outright support, by the elites provides legitimacy to this destructive movement. The Marxists would not succeed if they didn’t have the support of the press, the Democrat Party, and the elites, and the enormous financial funding from major corporate America.
America needs its modern-day patriots, like the signers of the Declaration of Independence, to step up and assert their leadership. We need people today who will pledge their lives, fortune and sacred honor for the protection and preservation of America the Good.
THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
In Congress, July 4, 1776.
The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.Continue reading “The Declaration of Independence”
The Proposition 13 on the March 3rd primary ballot is bad for taxpayers.It will directly result in significant increases in property taxes and in additional assessments on properties to pay off the $27 Billion in bond payments that will be payable by taxpayers over the next 30 years. This will cause a reduction in real estate values and an increase in annual property tax assessments.
This is not a partisan issue and will affect everyone, so let your friends and family know no matter what their political party preference is. Continue reading “MARCH 3RD PRIMARY- VOTE NO ON PROPOSITION 13”
Judges and Ballot Propositions
As is customary in each election in Los Angeles County, I make recommendations to my fellow conservatives as to how to vote on ballot measures and judicial candidates. I have also included a link to candidates endorsed by the Republican Party of Los Angeles County.Continue reading “LA COUNTY BALLOT RECOMMENDATIONS – MARCH 3RD PRIMARY ELECTION 2020”
The shocking wave of anti-Semitic attacks in recent weeks in Democrat-run cities and leftist college campuses across the United States have hardly scandalized the think tank progressives who are taking this opportunity to lecture the Jewish-Americans under assault about why it’s in their interest to remain unarmed. These are the same voices of the same political party, however, who promulgated the very failed policies that have engendered homeless encampments, moratoriums on arresting street criminals, public defecation in the street, and flagrant and open illegal drug use which have turned many US cities into the dangerous, lawless, filthy locales where it’s not surprising that the latest trend among the drug-addled and mentally disturbed should become Jew-hunting.Continue reading “THE SCIENCE OF KEEPING JEWISH-AMERICANS VULNERABLE”
To my fellow Patriots at SCRW&M,
We have traveled a long way together on this journey.
I tried to think when it was that I first became involved with SCRW&M. It has to be at least about 20 years. I think we were meeting at the Tam O’Shanter in Glendale at that time, or was that later? That was before moving to the Smoke House in Burbank.
Continue reading “Special Message from Gary Aminoff to the Southern California Republican Women and Men:”
I have always felt that SCRW&M was a special organization, different from other clubs, even though I was the President of another Republican Club. The “Forum” where members get to participate and express their opinions is a very compelling part of the attraction of SCRW&M, and something that other clubs should consider.
DECEMBER 19, 2019 KERRY JACKSON
December is about half gone, and, as the Counting Crows’ Adam Duritz once sang, “it’s getting cold in California.” In another song from the same 1996 album Duritz also sang that it’s been “a long December and there’s reason to believe maybe this year will be better than the last.”
We hope 2020 will be better than the last, which was a tough political year in California for the freedom-minded. But there’s little reason to believe it will be. The political history in this state has been repeating itself for some time.Continue reading “California Politics in 2019: Not Much To Be Happy About”