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
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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I know it sounds incredible, but this video is an interview of Norman Dodd by Edward Griffin that everyone must listen to. The video is 52 minutes long, so pick a time when you can watch the whole thing.
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Norman Dodd (June 29, 1899 – January 1987) was a banker who worked as a financial advisor and served as the chief investigator in 1953 for U.S. Congressman B. Carroll Reece Special Committee on Tax Exempt Foundations (commonly referred to as the Reece Committee). He was primarily known for his controversial investigation into tax-exempt foundations.
Anti-Semitism is a politics of misdirected blame. Today its most frequent target is the state of Israel.
By Ruth Wisse
In the wake of the shooting in Pittsburgh, a volley of voices called for more of this or that—armed guards or gun control, barring the doors of synagogues, policing of fringe web platforms or resources for mental health. While President Trump denounced the shooting as “an evil anti-Semitic attack” and visited the grieving community, a sector of the media blamed the president for the incident, as it does for everything else. It was politics as usual.
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NO ON PROPOSITION 10
By Ron Bassilian
Candidate for U.S. Congress, California 37th District
With only a month to the election, Proposition 10, the “California Local Rent Control Initiative,” is waking up as the sleeper issue of the state.
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WHY I CHANGED MY RECOMMENDATION ON PROPOSITION 2 FROM YES TO NO
Prop Spotlight: Proposition 2 – From the California Federation of Republican Women
The official ballot summary of Proposition 2 is as follows: Ratifies existing law establishing the No Place Like Home Program, which finances permanent housing for individuals with mental illness who are homeless or at risk for chronic homelessness, as being consistent with the Mental Health Services Act approved by the electorate. Ratifies issuance of up to $2 billion in previously authorized bonds to finance the No Place Like Home Program. Amends the Mental Health Services Act to authorize transfers of up to $140 million annually from the existing Mental Health Services Fund to the No Place Like Home Program, with no increase in taxes.
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Here is why you should vote NO on Proposition 10 on the California ballot.
Note: While I am an officer of the Republican Party of Los Angeles County the following recommendations and opinions are mine personally and are not necessarily official recommendations of the Republican Party, although some may also be.
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