INSTITUTIONALIZING ANTI-SEMITISM IN THE HALLS OF CONGRESS

INSTITUTIONALIZING ANTI-SEMITISM IN THE HALLS OF CONGRESS


Where does this leave Democratic Jews?

By Abraham H. Miller

Hitler did not wake up one morning and decide to issue an order to murder the Jews of Germany. German Jews were well integrated and assimilated in Germany despite anti-Semitism. Neither the Nazis nor their ideology gained a majority among the German electorate prior to the Nazis seizure of power. In the last free German election, prior to the burning of the Reichstag, the Nazis lost votes.

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AN AGENDA TO MAKE CALIFORNIA’S GOP RELEVANT AGAIN

AN AGENDA TO MAKE CALIFORNIA’S GOP RELEVANT AGAIN

By Edward Ring  
Edward Ring is the vice president of research policy at the California Policy Center

California’s Republican party has nothing to lose. They’ve lost every battleground district. The Democrats are going to do whatever they want in the legislature. Corporate interests are cultivating competing factions among the Democrats. All the smart money is with the Democrats because the Republicans don’t matter anymore. California’s GOP should seize this opportunity. This is a tremendous moment.

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CANDIDATES FOR CHAIRMAN OF THE CALIFORNIA REPUBLICAN PARTY – PART 3: TRAVIS ALLEN

At the time of this writing, there are three candidates running for Chairman of the California Republican Party, David Hadley, Steve Frank, and Travis Allen.  I am going to publish each of their candidate statements here so that Delegates to the CRP can have ready access to the information prior to their voting.  The first statement will be from David Hadley, the second from Steve Frank, and the Third from Travis Allen.  These statements were originally published in the FlashReport.

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CANDIDATES FOR CHAIRMAN OF THE CALIFORNIA REPUBLICAN PARTY – PART 2: STEVE FRANK

At the time of this writing, there are three candidates running for Chairman of the California Republican Party, David Hadley, Steve Frank, and Travis Allen.  I am going to publish each of their candidate statements here so that Delegates to the CRP can have ready access to the information prior to their voting.  The first statement will be from David Hadley, the second from Steve Frank, and the Third from Travis Allen.  These statements were originally published in the FlashReport.

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CANDIDATES FOR CHAIRMAN OF THE CALIFORNIA REPUBLICAN PARTY – PART 1: DAVID HADLEY

At the time of this writing, there are three candidates running for Chairman of the California Republican Party, David Hadley, Steve Frank, and Travis Allen.  I am going to publish each of their candidate statements here so that Delegates to the CRP can have ready access to the information prior to their voting.  The first statement will be from David Hadley, the second from Steve Frank, and the Third from Travis Allen.  These statements were originally published in the FlashReport.

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HOW TO CHOOSE A NEW CALIFORNIA REPUBLICAN PARTY CHAIRMAN

HOW TO CHOOSE A NEW CALIFORNIA REPUBLICAN PARTY CHAIRMAN

By Ron Nehring (Published originally in the FlashReport)

RON NEHRING

The campaign to lead the California Republican Party is underway.  While the election itself will take place at our party convention in February, the campaign for Chairman is an important process during which the views of the grassroots delegates of our party are heard as candidates travel the state working to build support.

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CALIFORNIA REPUBLICANS DON’T NEED VOTER FRAUD TO LOSE WHEN DEMOCRATS CAN SIMPLY CHANGE THE RULES

CALIFORNIA REPUBLICANS DON’T NEED VOTER FRAUD TO LOSE WHEN DEMOCRATS CAN SIMPLY CHANGE THE RULES

When a 14-point Republican lead disappears

By Shawn Steel, Former Chairman of the California Republican Party and Republican National Committeeman from California to the RNC
November 27, 2018   The Washington Times

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Young Kim was poised to become the first Korean-American woman elected to Congress.

Her 14-point lead was the lone bright spot on an otherwise dismal night for Orange County Republicans. But, over the past week, Republicans have watched the first-generation immigrant’s lead evaporate. With thousands of provisional ballots left to count, her commanding lead is now underwater.

She lost one week after the election.

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