Monday, October 31, 2011

Remixes of the day




I thought these were fun and apropos for today and all







just SOME of the things I found..

Happy Halloween to everybody out there!

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

A decade's old music that NEVER gets old






right around the corner. can't wait

Congressman Jumping to Republican Party




Congressman to flip Republican?

I imagine he'll soon learn the history of the DemoKKKrat party as well..



we look forward to him being active in the GOP. welcome aboard

Backlash - the 53%




The 53%: We are NOT Occupy Wall Street

Agreed.

Mission statement of Government




Obama: If We Lose in 2012, Government Will Tell People ‘You’re on Your Own’

That's...KIND OF the purpose of Government, last I CHECKED anyway - to PROTECT..and NOT provide. Kind of why we're a REPUBLIC..and NOT a Democracy (the system is Democratic, but our foundation is that of a Republic)



KIND OF why we have this system set in place of REPUBLICAN government, where the power is NOT centralized..



I think Ronald Reagan said it best..



that's also why Conservatives have been returning to their constitutional roots with the Mt. Vernon Statment




Love Live The Republic


Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Obama Zombie of the day




I guess an abysmal record doesn't matter, let's just vote on skin color...AGAIN!

Let’s not even deal with the facts right now. Let’s deal with just our blackness and pride – and loyalty. We have the chance to re-elect the first African-American president, and that’s what we ought to be doing. And I’m not afraid or ashamed to say that as black people, we should do it because he’s a black man.
Tom Joyner, talk radio host


lemmings for Obama!!

Monday, October 17, 2011

Cool car ad




love this



reminds me of "iron man"

Friday, October 14, 2011

Rush gives a shoutout to the MRC




Rush mentioned the recent work from the Media Research Center on the air.



very cool

Chuck Devore - Texas Bound




Chuck Devore



announced today on his website that he's moving to Texas because of the economic climate and has been tasked to write a book, among other things out there. He wrote today

Good-bye, California, I'm going to Texas
It’s hard to say “good-bye” – perhaps “au revoir” is better (till we meet again). 

As some of my friends know, our family has been caring for my aged in-laws, 86 and 82.  As with many people who have seen a full life of war and work and raising a family, they need our help.  This assistance has consumed our whole family – in fact, it’s the toughest thing – and the most important thing – we’ve done, even more so than running for statewide office. 

In addition, as with many in the Golden State, I have found it hard to earn enough to support my family.  My old aerospace clientele has fled to greener, less-expensive pastures.  Combined with the drain on our savings caused by six years of public service in the Assembly, we have come to the reluctant conclusion that it is time to move. 

The good news is that there are still other places in America where the taxes are lower and the regulations less onerous than here in California, my home for most of the past 36 years. 

One such place is Texas.

It is there, I am pleased to announce, that I have accepted a position as Senior Visiting Scholar for Fiscal Policy at the Texas Public Policy Foundation.  My first order of business is to write a book on the Texas Model of how low taxes and low government spending, a light and predictable regulatory environment, respect for property rights, and a business-friendly legal climate has turned Texas into America’s jobs generating dynamo.  (In fact, as part of my research, I’ve noted that almost 2 million Californians moved out of the Golden State in the past ten years – Texas, with no income tax, having received the largest number of Californians.)

Believe me, with what I know about California, having been the chief Republican on the Assembly’s tax writing committee, Texas is a vastly different land in regards to public policy.

As for the campaign for Orange County Supervisor, we’ll be winding that down and refunding the surplus to our supporters.  This process will take a month or two, but everyone who contributed should get something back. 

I’m expecting that a successful businessperson, someone with a strong record in promoting fiscally responsible policies, will soon step forward to run for the important office of Orange County Supervisor.  When that person emerges, I expect that you’ll know who it is and that they have my full support. 

I’m hoping, that in some modest, tangible way, California today has a bit more economic freedom, a slightly lighter tax burden, a little less government spending, a few less business-killing regulations and more jobs – in short, more liberty – because of my time in the arena.

California is in a precarious position.  Years of overspending, overregulation, and generous payouts to strong public employee unions have left the Golden State gasping for air.  Just last week it was revealed that California’s budget revenue is falling some $705 million short of estimates made just a few short months ago in the first quarter of the new fiscal year. 

I hope to keep in touch with y’all (I’m practicing for Texas). 

If I don’t respond right away to calls and emails, it’s because I have 200 pages to write and nothing concentrates the mind like a deadline. 

I wish you all the best and hope to see the great state of California turn things around and prosper – with one-eighth of Americans living in California, America needs a strong and an economically vital California. 

All the best,

Chuck DeVore

The Devore Family


We certainly wish him and his family all the best as he will be SORELY missed in California.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

ad of the day




love this one

Monday, October 10, 2011

Craig Deluz of the day




a great guy I know, also from the Sacramento County Republican Party and president of the Frederick Douglass Foundation. Craig talks with a trail lawyer about the absurd D.R.E.A.M. act

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Jorge schools liberals



a photo of Jorge I took

My buddy, Jorge Riley, of the Sacramento County Republican Party schooled some liberals at the recent "occupy sacramento" thing

Angry Libs on Parade



a photo I took

these people just don't get it..


Friday, October 7, 2011

Confusion of the day




Yesterday in Cesar Chavez Park, Sacramento, California..

Occupy Sacramento Protesters Have No Idea Why They’re There; Badger Reporter For Asking Questions



too funny

Beat of the day




Courtesy of Mr. Bob Parks



protestors of the day



a photo I took

2 morons I filmed yesterday in Sacramento, California of the "Occupy Sacramento" thing had their say...





"useful idiots"

NewsBusted of the day





Wednesday, October 5, 2011

R.I.P.



Steve Jobs
February 24, 1955 – October 5, 2011