Assemblyman Chad Mayes (R-Yucca Valley) has scrubbed all mentions of his Christian faith from his campaign website.
Here is what it used to say:Continue reading
A gathering at a Sacramento watering hole for drinks by a member of the California legislature and some legislative staff culminated with the official allegedly sexually assaulting a drunk and unconscious staffer. This is according to a highly credible and well-placed source who provided us with written assurances that they would reaffirm these statements with legal authorities, if asked.
Now, I am going to name names. But there is a little catch -- so keep reading.
Just like everybody knew there was a Harvey Weinstein in Hollywood, everybody knows there is a “Harvey Weinstein” in the California legislature. In fact, there are “Harvey Weinsteins!”
The unraveling of California Assemblyman Marc Steinorth continues -- and boy is it getting uglier. Apparently, this self-absorbed narcissist believes his last name is a "brand" and has attempted to bully his wife into reverting back to her maiden name.Continue reading
American Children First was just sent the picture below from what we are told was a recent conference for the California Federation of Republican Women (CFRW).Continue reading
A California state legislator known for championing legislation that protects animals and for regularly sponsoring animal rescue events in his district is coming under fire today after it was discovered that he admitted to endangering the lives of his children in court documents.
An investigation by American Children First revealed that although Assemblyman Marc Steinorth (R-Rancho Cucamonga) feared for the safety of his children he knowingly left them in the care of a woman he believed to be mentally ill, suicidal, and had previously abused them physically.
Let’s talk about adultery within the California Republican Party (CRP) and faux outrage by Republican women.
Specifically, we are going to discuss:
I am getting to be an old fart nowadays, but when I was a kid in the glorious 80's we had a show called "That's Incredible!" It featured spectacular feats by daredevils, stunts, and other incredible stories. I loved it.
I mean...who doesn't love hearing amazing tales?
Well, the show may have ended its run in 1984, but the California Republican Party is bringing it back.Continue reading