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Rep. Linda Sanchez rips Republicans on Immigration in the Washington Post

Congresswoman Linda Sanchez (D-California)

Congresswoman Linda Sanchez does a brilliant job of taking the GOP Presidential candidates apart on their positions on immigration reform in today’s Washington Post.  We’re republishing it here. When it comes to the politics of immigration, the GOP’s candidates are sinvergüenzas — shameless WASHINGTON POST // REP. LINDA SANCHEZ, CHAIRWOMAN OF CONGRESSIONAL HISPANIC CAUCUS   As…

To Obscurity… and Beyond!

Buzz Moorlach: "To Obscurity, and Beyond!"

The final vote tally has been certified by Orange County Registrar of Voters Neal Kelley, and John Moorlach has been elected by just under 8 percent of registered voters to represent them in 37th State Senate. The seat was recently vacated by carpetbagger, or non-resident, Mimi Walters who has moved on to the United States House of Representatives…

Liberals are Meh when it comes to Presidential Head Explosions in Cinema

Bush Head on a Stick

Hat tip to Wonkette for this story about gleeful conservative World Net Daily movies reviewers cheering as President Obama’s head explodes to the soundtrack of Ode to Joy during the recently released movie “Kingsman: The Secret Service.”  Do you remember Liberals being outraged…yes outraged at the positively disrespectful tone of this movie’s depiction of Obama,…

Cantor Sings the TEA Party Blues

Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA)

Yesterday, Congressman Eric Cantor and the leadership of the GOP learned a big, and painful, lesson. When creating a monster, be careful what you wish for. The lesson came in the form of Cantor’s stunning and unprecedented defeat at the hands of TEA Party challenger Dave Brat. Never before has a sitting majority leader in the U.S. House of Representatives been defeated in an election contest.

California Republicans Retreat


The Sacramento Bee published this story recently that highlighted the plight of Republicans in California.  The main point — the GOP is bleeding registered voters and California is turning bluer by the minute.  San Francisco has lost nearly a third of its registered Republicans in the last decade meaning the city of Brea has more…