23 Feb

Season 2, Episode 8 – Senator Mendoza Resigns Due to MeToo?

In this episode —

Story 1 —

Will Trump pull I.C.E. and Border Patrol out of CA? Of course not but it’s pretty funny that he’d say it considering all of the caterwauling the (D)s do against him every single day. Mess with the bull and all that. Of course he doesn’t mean it so this is a #NothingBurger story that is just meant to amuse and or rile up specific people.

Story 2 —

Senator Tony Mendoza has resigned from the California legislature over #MeToo allegations, or owing to a witch hunt fueled by Kevin de Leon’s desire to ingratiate himself into that movement depending on whom you believe here. Another Senator, Cristina Garcia, is on leave for allegations which throws the premise of 2016’s Prop 50 into question.

While the first pair of allegations make for interesting and sad reading the third allegation takes the whole #MeToo movement and spritzes it with moral relativism.

From the article:

Mendoza repeatedly sent her text messages, some late at night with comments such as “thinking of you” and ending with a smiley face, she said.

Either this is fishing expedition, there is more going on here that isn’t be discussed or we’re jumped the shark of accusations of sexual misconduct.

This leads us into a segue to talk about Rape Culture, some of the stories that have confused the issue such as the UVA Rape Hoax and how “Rape Culture” ignores the prison problem.

02 Nov

Newman Pushing SB1 Propaganda

Newman Brown Wallets
Newman SB1 Lie
Senator Josh Newman is a liar and/or the State of California is spending money it has yet to collect on projects of dubious justification. He is claiming that the funds from the gas tax is being used already to streamline projects. However SB1’s added tax on your yearly vehicle registration fee doesn’t start until January 2018 while SB1’s new tax on Zero Emission vehicles doesn’t start until July of 2020.
SB1 Dates
The Gas & Diesel Fuel taxes which went into effect yesterday won’t be remitted to the State until the End of NEXT month. Those taxes are not paid immediately by the fueling stations which collect them from you each time your fill up.
Excise Tax Due Dates
This means that the State of California has yet to receive a single dime from the newest taxes on California’s working poor. At the earliest the State of California will receive fuel excise taxes from retailers at the end of December for the taxes collected from you, the driver, in November.
But Josh Newman doesn’t care about facts or what’s best for the residents of California. He is more interested in pushing out propaganda to justify yet another tax breaking the backs of Californians while the legislature ignores the fiscal problems they themselves created and continue to create.
When asked where the previous tax money had gone and why our roads weren’t being repaired Newman equivocated and demurred that he wasn’t here then and was interested in looking forward. He has no interest, as is evidenced by the bills he has voted upon and introduced, to fix our broken government. Instead Newman wants to do what every CA (D) always wants to do and that’s simply tax us into oblivion while he perpetually runs for re-election.
Newman sold himself as a fiscally responsible (D) and instead has proven himself to be a fraud and just another thief in the legislature looking out for his own interests.
With the fuel tax increase that arrived yesterday Christmas will be more difficult now that Josh Newman and his pick-pocketing friends in Sacramento have made all of our wallets that much lighter.
Unlike the Grinch of our childhoods don’t expect Newman or Brown to give back what they have stolen from us because they’d have to have hearts for them to grow one, let alone three sizes.
20 Oct

The Long Con of Kevin de León


California Senate Pro Tempore Kevin de León has announced that he is going to be running to represent California in the United States Senate by trying to defeat current incumbent Dianne Feinstein who has been California’s Senator since 1992.

Kevin de León isn’t running against Dianne Feinstein so much as he’s running against Donald Trump and that should worry California voters. While being the newest or loudest anti-Trumper may be a winning strategy in the liberal echo chambers of Sacramento, Los Angeles and San Francisco there isn’t anything positive or reaffirming to be gained by running as de León the demagogue. It doesn’t help that de León seems to have missed both that 3,916,209 Californians voted for Trump and also that Trump is our President and will remain so until at least the start of 2021 whether he likes it or not, impeachment myth notwithstanding.

By offering those nearly 4 million California voters nothing but showboating & scorn he gives them every reason to stay or vote against him. By constantly antagonizing Trump he all but guarantees that every bill he would want to push to accomplish anything legislatively will be a nothing but a dead letter upon arrival. Read More

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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