One issue that barely received any attention during the campaign was space travel and exploitation. That’s a shame. To put it bluntly, many domestic and international problems can be boiled down to a lack of resources and a lack of energy. With energy, we can do almost anything. Without energy, we get demoted to the […]
By Gary Aminoff
I have a few questions for California voters:
By Gary Aminoff
The self-governing citizens of the United States have decided that they have had enough of their elite, globalist, one-world leadership and have thrown them out. They have replaced the current “big government will take care of you because we know best how to do that” leaders who chose to act unilaterally, and unconstitutionally, with a nationalist-populist who intends to break things in Washington, stop doing business as usual, and consider the needs of the people in his governance.
The 62nd AD Republican Committee, in support of law enforcement officers everywhere, made the following resolution:
With one week left until Americans go to the polls, Hillary Clinton’s once commanding national lead has slipped to just 3 points. Though Donald Trump is still far behind in the electoral count, his chances have vastly improved over the last week. After suffering a bloody October, where all of the business mogul’s positive momentum from September was undone, he has begun to climb again in the national polls, while Clinton falters following a series of damaging headlines — most notably the reopening of the FBI’s investigation into her private email server. Though Trump still trails in most of the battleground states — including North Carolina, Nevada, Arizona, and Colorado — he has regained the edge in the crucial swing states of Ohio and Florida, though only narrowly.
[Re-posted from Bear to the Right] There are 17 statewide ballot propositions on the California ballot for the November 8, 2016, election. The following is a voter guide for politically conservative voters on the propositions. We have also given our positions on the LA County Measures, the City of LA Measures, the City of Beverly […]
At our event at The Warehouse in Marina Del Rey on April 20, 2016 we invited local candidates, as well as one of the Republican candidates for U.S. Senate, Tom Del Becarro to speak to the 62nd Assembly District Republican Committee. Below are some of the photos from that event.