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Both parties deprecated war; but one of them would make war rather than let the nation survive; and the other would accept war rather than let it perish.
And the war came.
Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected,
and handed on for them to do the same.
Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people,
and neither do we.
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WHAT’S COOKIN’… We will have some amazing Hors d’oeuvres Complimented by your choice of soda or water Also Enjoy: McCully Gunn Barrel Premium Wine (additional donation) Raffle with great prizes A night with your Candidates, neighbors and community! Space limited. Purchase your tickets TODAY. $60 per person / $100 Per Couple “This dinner is hosted by…Event Info
Come Join Us! (Every 4th Friday) Friday, August 26, 2016 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm at 625 Jackson Street in Fairfield for a great meal and discussion with our featured speaker: Guest Speaker Len Augustine About The Speaker: Len Augustine is a previous three-term Mayor of the City of Vacaville. He was previously chairman of Vacaville’s Planning…Event Info
Solano County Election Last Updated: 06/08/2016 03:26AM 165 of 165 have fully reported Contest President of the United States Candidate Total Votes Vote % Elec Day VBM Prov AIZ WRITE-IN 1077 69.53 271 806 0 ALAN SPEARS 92 5.94 31 61 0 ARTHUR HARRIS 83 5.36 23 60 0 JAMES HEDGES 67 4.33 25 42…Read More
“We support courageous candidates like Debora Allen who are willing to put party politics aside and work in the best interest of kids.” Contra Costa County — The Children’s PAC joins the East Bay Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, Contra Costa County Supervisor Candace Andersen, Solano County Sheriff Thomas Ferrara, and many other local and…Read More
Throughout my work in politics, and certainly during my time as Chairman of the Republican National Committee, I have had the opportunity to meet many candidates for public office. I first met Dave Miller about 5 years ago but not as a candidate. Along the way I got to know Dave and I was not…Read More
This is funny. But it actually isn’t. We are being robbed. MUST WATCH This may not be Oliver’s most viral piece ever. But it’s pretty important. Source: John Oliver exposes a part of government you didn’t even know existed – VoxRead More
Sheriff’s from Butte, Shasta and Modoc counties spoke out against proposition 63 today, saying it won’t achieve its goal of reducing gun violence and save lives.Read More
Concealed carry permits could get more expensive under a bill the California Assembly sent to Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday.Read More
The 2016 Legislative session will adjourn tomorrow, August 31. Today, the Assembly concurred with the Senate amendments to anti-gun bill AB 450, clearing the last legislative hurdle. AB 450 will now join anti-gun bill, SB 1332, and pro-gun, AB 2510, for consideration by Governor Brown.Read More
In November, Californians will vote on Gavin Newsom’s Prop 63 — a draconian initiative that will cause ammo prices to skyrocket, turn law-abiding gun-owning citizens into criminals, and prevent Californians from having the tools they need to protect their families. Learn more at www.stoptheammograb.com.Read More
The fate of hundreds of bills will be decided by Wednesday, when state lawmakers wrap up their two-year session.Read More
As the California legislature enters the final days of the 2016 legislative session your action is needed on several bills. This week both a pro-gun bill, AB 2510, and an anti-gun bill, SB 1332, were passed and enrolled to the Governor. In addition, the Assembly Public Safety Committee passed anti-gun AB 450 making it eligible…Read More
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Assembly Bill 1663 is yet another misguided attack on the civil rights of law-abiding Californians,” said Brandon Combs, president of Firearms Policy Coalition. “In the wake of a deadly terrorist attack on our soil, fringe San Francisco elitists like Assemblyman Chiu and Attorney General Harris would rather put innocent people in jail than face up to their own failed policies.Read Full Story
CLICK HERE to sign petition If Assemblyman Miguel Santiago gets his way, Californian’s would only be allowed to purchase 1 firearm per month according to Assembly Bill 1674. The Bill, AB 1674 caps the amount of firearms that may be purchased by a person at one per month – the same restriction currently in place…Read Full Story
CLICK HERE to sign petition Millions of Common Firearms could be Banned by Three Pending New Bills! Politicians are wasting no time seeking media attention by introducing ill-conceived gun bans that would ban millions of commonly owned firearms. On Thursday, January 14, 2016, anti-gun bills, Assembly Bill 1663 and Assembly Bill 1664 were introduced in the state Assembly.…Read Full Story