10 Oct

Episode 23 – Special Guest Amanda McGuire

Tonight’s show features Amanda McGuire, President of the CSUF College Republicans, talking about the Democrats coming after her and other topics of the day.

We discuss the recall election lawsuit, the CA GOP circular firing squad and if there’s any hope in fixing the CA GOP, CA becoming a “Sanctuary State”, Dianne Feinstein tangling with Kevin De León and Betsy DeVoss and finally the news of Harvey Weinstein for some local-ish flavor. Read More

14 Sep

Episode 19 – Homelessness and DACA

Our DACA Peoples.

We’re back with a new episode, and we’re hitting all the top stories of the day. First, we give you our take on Trump and DACA, including his meeting with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer and what this might mean for the immigration debate. We briefly mention Ben Shapiro’s controversy laced speaking engagement up at Berkeley. We also delve into a bill which would raise the age someone could be paroled by the juvenile parole board. Then we move on to Anaheim’s declaration of emergency in response to the homelessness problem that’s been plaguing the city. Finally, we discuss Josh Newman and how he intends to respond to both gang violence and homelessness in our district.
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07 Sep

(D)s Prioritize Higher Taxes Over Veterans

SQS-Brown Vets Cemetery

Let us talk about priorities. Why has Sharon Quirk-Silva not re-introduced a bill for the Veteran’s Cemetery in Irvine?

Sharon Quirk-Silva introduced a bill into the Assembly for the Veteran’s Cemetery in Irvine (AB409) which never even got a vote in committee.

The (D) Super-Majority outright ignored it. Her bill was later rolled into SB96. SB96 was a budget “trailer bill” which is basically an empty bill that is passed by the Senate with one line to be “Gutted” and a new bill full of legislation to b “Amended” into it by the Assembly before coming back for a vote before both houses. It’s a procedural trick which violates the spirit of the law and the very premise of good and open government.

To complicate matters because the Cemetery was rolled into SB96 with 95 other provisions, one of which is also an appropriations item, it is unconstitutional not once but twice and once specifically owing to the provision for the Veteran’s Cemetery itself. Read More

17 Jul

Episode 13 – Cause of Death: Cap and Trade

The cause of death was Cap and Trade

Cap and Trade has been extended in California until at least 2030, and Jerry Brown couldn’t be happier. He sold his soul to ensure California businesses and, most importantly, residents will be forced to struggle for their very existence. We aren’t very positive in this episode. Yet again, a Republican has broken rank and sold out the rest of the state in order to ensure Jerry Brown’s legacy. We break down what will probably happen, and it isn’t good. Read More

27 Jun

Brown Signs Budget and Guts Right to Recall

May-Revise-2017

Today Governor Jerry Brown signed the 2017-2018 Budget and with a stroke of his pen made recalls in California more expensive and more burdensome. This is owing to the trailer bill, SB96, which was added by Senate Democrats at the last minute.

SB96 is nothing more than cynical ploy to protect freshman Senator Josh Newman from the ongoing recall effort which was launched after his vote on SB1, the controversial transportation tax that was never put to voters. Polls show that SB1 is so unpopular and would never have passed in this tax-friendly state and the Democratic Party of California will do anything to maintain their super-majority in order to guarantee that they can continue to run roughshod over we the rate-payers.

Josh Newman currently represents California 29th Senate District which he won by approximately 2,500 votes over his (R) challenger.

The recall effort being led by Carl DeMaio of KOGO600 in San Diego is on track to gather enough signatures to force a vote on the question of recalling Newman. The reporting deadline of 30 June fast approaching and time will tell how the whole issue will play out.

Senate District 29