Mar 012017

In the run up to this speech, the arrogant within Hollywood that feel entitled to force their own warped reality on America were on tilt. No one was listening to them, only mocking the disaster at the Oscars.

In the run up to this speech, the arrogant with the US Media Establishment ran dozens of fake stories based on “Leaks” and “Anonymous Sources”.

They all got a gigantic bucket of reality thrown in their face. Trump did it his way again, staying consistent to who he says he is and what he says he would do.

I am a hard-core social conservative. There was a lot of “My Stuff” missing from this speech. I think I know why. Most Americans today are Pro-Life, but beyond ending the barbaric practice of butchering partially born babies, forcing doctors to do abortions, forcing people to pay for other people’s abortions and of course the Mengele-esque practices of Planned Parenthood selling dismembered baby parts… the issue of Abortion itself is down the list for most. There was no mention of it last night.

While the arrogant elitists believe that sending activists to attack townhall meetings, vile protests with people wearing obscene costumes, paying protesters to destroy property and turning cabinet appointments in to a partisan vote whipping drills on the floor, America looks at those things with revulsion.

People want help. Democrats want to be relevant, but in their cognitive dissonance are unable to comprehend that their agenda has been usurped by the usurper. For years, the democrats won elections with promises of social justice they never delivered on.

Right before last night’s speech – Donald Trump had an office full of Black Education leaders. What did the media focus on? Kellyanne Conway with her feet on the couch taking a photo. The message? Black leaders, you don’t matter, we already have your votes, we have a President to smear.

Fortunately for America, Donald Trump is a businessman. He got elected CEO of America with a specific agenda of items he intends to accomplish. As a business leader he knows that if he fails in his mission the stockholders will revolt and the board of directors will fire him.

Unlike a generation of glass-jawed cowards who were derailed from their agenda by the media, Donald Trump will wrestle them like the greased pig that he is. Most of the time the pig likes being wrestled with. In the cognitive dissonance and the narcissistic meltdown of the national media, they are incapable of understanding they are no longer relevant and no longer can affect the agenda of the President. (witness Donald Trump refusing to attend the correspondent’s dinner, no one cared)

Donald Trump walked in to Congress last night knowing that the democrats have charted a course of opposing him at every turn. It has to be a sad shrinking world for them.

Donald Trump started his speech by talking about the inner cities and the need to help inner city education, with his executive order today to that effect. He then pivoted to forceful comments about the wave of Jew-Hating and crime. Blacks and Jews vote democrat in overwhelming numbers. It does not matter, he is the CEO, he is supposed to fix their problems too. The democrats sat.

The democrats were reduced to sitting down for most of the speech, because in their minds standing up and applauding even on issues they agreed with meant they would be admitting fault. It also meant, in their minds, they would be legitimizing them. News flash, Donald Trump does not need the failed leadership in Congress to legitimize him. The media are learning that message through constant beatings on twitter, and public speeches and the dem leadership will learn it on the floor of congress.

The dem leadership, if they are capable should try to hijack some of Trump’s agenda. Many of the points he discussed are theirs!

The problem is Trump has taken the democrat issues of Union Jobs, Education and Healthcare and co-opted them from a right leaning perspective. When he signed Exec Orders (and congressional bills) to end many extreme environmental Obama regulations – the beneficiaries were Union workers. (who builds the pipelines, digs mines, builds highways, etc?) As a Conservative,

I abhor project labor agreements, Trump is going to hand them tons of projects.

When he talked about creating jobs across all sectors, the democrats sat.

Trump talked about spending $1 Trillion on infrastructure. When was the last time a President engaged on this scale of spending in infrastructure? It was Franklin Delano Roosevelt, an avowed socialist whose supreme court is responsible for Abortion being legalized in a terribly written decision that is judicial activism at its’ finest. Americans want the roads fixed, rails fixed, dams fixed, the electrical grid fixed, and the democrats sat.

Donald Trump talked about Healthcare, including protecting current Obamacare enrollees for starters. Then, he pivoted to protecting people with Pre-Existing Conditions, and driving down drug costs. These were the two primary dog whistles used as the excuses behind the disaster known as ACA. The democrats sat, even though these issues poll in the high 70’s.

Donald Trump talked about re-negotiating trade deals to benefit American Workers. The Democrats Sat, even though this issue polls in the 70’s

As a Conservative, I am not thrilled about isolationism as espoused by Trump. I am skeptical of Tariffs, but democrats have talked tariffs for years and they sat when Trump talked about them.

As a Conservative, I was not thrilled about Trump talking about paid family leave. This was one of the few times democrats stood.

As a Conservative, I wanted Donald Trump to talk about social issues, he did not. Instead, he has quietly issued executive orders rescinding extreme left-wing social engineering and has directed the justice department to start defending the church.

Perhaps the clearest example of Donald Trump’s undaunted courage was bringing victims of illegal alien crime and introducing them. These include the families of two officers murdered in Sacramento / Auburn chasing a criminal released under Obama edicts preventing ICE from doing its’ job. The democrats sat or stood with tepid applause for the families, as they and their willing cadre in the press bet the ranch on smearing Donald Trump as a racist for enforcing immigration law. It worked on Reagan, Bush and Bush, why not do it to Trump?

The democrats understand that immigration is their number one source of new democrats, and instead of recognizing them as people, were left sitting when Trump suggested we have the same merit system that Canada and Mexico have for immigrants so they can join the middle class instead of the welfare rolls.

Perhaps the clearest example of Donald Trump’s love of America was the articulate defense of the military raid and the intelligence gathered in an operation performed the first week of his Presidency. He honored the fallen NAVY SEAL and on three separate times recognized his grieving wife. Some democrats sat. Trump never called out John McCain by name, but torched him by inference for calling the mission a failure.

Perhaps the clearest example of Donald Trump’s character is that he never use the term I once, and he also made scant references to himself. We would get treated to a sickening display of self-aggrandizement by Obama every time he spoke. I write this as a man with years of Sobriety and the self-awareness that comes from getting out of self and over self. This made me cringe repeatedly about Obama. People followed Obama because of his progressive agenda, not because he cared about them. Honest polls showed that.

As a Bonus, in an indirect act of defiance against the paid protestors, protestors organized by people being paid and the fringe volunteer activists – Donald Trump has pushed ahead with programs designed to get more Women in to scientific, engineering and technological fields. Despite them, he has persisted in defending law enforcement and supporting them in doing their jobs.

If you are still skeptical of Donald Trump, watch the speech last night. Listen to his words carefully as to where his priorities are. Look at Trump from a leadership paradigm. Compare his agenda to great Democrat leaders like John F Kennedy and Franklin Delano Roosevelt. You will see a lot of similarities.

If you are still skeptical of Donald Trump, look at his repeated calls for unity, respect for those in positions of authority (Generals, Law Enforcement, Re-Empowering States) despite a determined, shrinking fringe fighting against that. Who “resists” empowering Law Enforcement to do their job? Who gives tacit support to people rioting and destroying property? Look at who was sitting while Donald Trump repeated those tenants of his agenda.


America won last night because we have a President that is going to do right by us as in delivering on what he campaigned on. Last night’s speech delivered such an impact that the American Media was forced to halt their incessant carping and raging to acknowledge what they saw, while the democrats responded with a pathetic shell of a former Governor whose state went for Trump by 30%. Oh, and the democrats in Congress sat.

I will finish with this, I was reminded as a Social Conservative why I came aboard the Trump Train kicking and screaming. Donald J Trump has been consistent and my disagreements with him on policy from a year ago when I was working for Dr. Ben Carson have not changed. I can accept my differences with Donald Trump because I can see the bigger picture of what can happen for all of us, the democrat leadership can’t or won’t and they will be the biggest losers.

Mar 012017

In politics, there are several metrics for making decisions: Character of a Candidate, Viability of a Candidate, Where they Stand on Issues and their Resume are basically the top four. When attempting to evaluate a “Influencer” in politics is a little more tricky, as vetting conflicts of interest that influence their opinion overshadow anything. I’ve seen an infestation, especially on the hard right of so-called conservatives that do not live like they say their values are.

Many years ago when I got sober, one of the most difficult things to deal with were my Conservative political leanings versus the out-of-control behavior that comes hand in glove with alcoholism. I am thankful that there is no longer that disconnect because when I first got involved in politics in 1997 I was still drinking.

It is my own sober experience and what I learned going through it that allows me to see many in the political game the way I see them. Politics attracts extreme people and is a complete hotbed of hypocrisy. Gheez, why is this Conservative drunk as a skunk at the Convention? How many girlfriends has this conservative leader had in the last year? (and the leader always has said girlfriend staying in their convention hotel room, too…)

I am not innocent. I am not a saint. What I am, however is a flawed messenger redeemed by the Grace of Jesus Christ and transformed by the 12 steps of AA. Without BOTH, I would not be here. I do not claim moral superiority over anyone, what I do claim is the right through experience to have an opinion and to state it clearly under my own name so I am also accountable for it.

What got me in to politics? I am pro-life. I believe abortion is Murder. It seemed completely absurd that a baby was being called a fetus and a lump of tissue. Even though it is very likely I will never have children of my own, I don’t need to experience fatherhood to know that “thing” is a human life. I can only justify abortion in the case of saving the mother’s life, and in the difficult circumstance of a sexual assault, I pray that the conceived child is carried to term and given to a family that wants to adopt. Despite my visceral reaction to the whole concept of abortion, I simply can not traumatize a sexual assault victim a second time by making that decision for her. The other 97% of Abortions are cut and dried, don’t do them, don’t fund them

I learned many years later that this concept of a fetus is part of a larger pattern by the left of de-humanizing their political opponents. Once a political opponent is dehumanized, you can justify anything in order to win.

Look at election fraud. Look at what the media did to Donald Trump. Look at the women that lied about him. Look at the paid riots. Look at the polls that were outright lies.

I believe that we as Conservative activists have a right to expect our representatives to be Conservatives in the way they live. If you call yourself a Christian / Conservative or both, then don’t cheat on your wife, smoke weed, get hammered, change girlfriends like shirts, lie, manipulate people, control people, act purely out of self interest, hide your conflicts of interest, live in grey areas to see how much you can get away with and/or refuse to be a team player. If you do these things, you will get your tail kicked by the Right On Daily Blog.

I am a hard core Social Conservative. I believe Homosexuality is morally wrong. My homosexual friends know it. They also know I love them and pray for them because God wants what is best for them too. The infuriating thing is that the left has successfully created an environment where religious freedom and sexual freedom (as morally aberrant as that is to me) can not co-exist. My attitude towards homosexuality is I will respect their sexual freedom and in return please respect my religious freedom. This concept is lost on courts and human rights commissions that zealously persecute Christians over acts of conscience. I absolutely oppose special status for anyone based on a sex act.

I had told the then President of the LCR that I would support the Charter of the Log Cabin Republicans. I had a personal crisis of conscience and could not cast the vote I promised, so I gave my proxy to someone who did.

I believe in keeping my word. You can’t fake integrity, either you have it or you don’t. I do not mince words on this blog, I do not hide under cover of anonymity either. This allows me to be able to correct the record when needed.

I am pro-gun. Short of denying gun purchases to felons or people proven to be psycho, there are really no restrictions on gun rights that I support. (Including magazines, types of weapons and the like) Gun Ownership = Freedom. Period.

I have a disdain for government. I see what it does to good people. I see the power of the bureaucracy and how it sucks people in that get vested in their office. This is why I am not tethered to any incumbents anywhere. I have been targeted for reprisals many times because of this, so be it. The RightonDaily Blog lives on and some of them are no longer in office. There are many departments in government that need to be abolished and still more scum-sucking denizens of government that need to be terminated from their employment for megalomania or just plain stupidity.

The State of CA is irreparably broken in my opinion and sometimes things have to be done within a broken system to maintain or improve our quality of life. For only the second time in my life, I supported tax increase measures on the ballot. Measure D and Measure M. It is not a foregone conclusion that I will support similar measures in the future – it was the circumstances and the construction of those measures that merited support. Infrastructure and development are a big deal to me.

I tell people that I am to the right of most tea party members. While I could go in depth on more issues, but you should get a general idea that I am easily aligned with Ted Cruz and lack the libertarian streak of Tom McClintock, who is regarded as a conservative standard-bearer in the local area (as I oppose legal Marijuana in any circumstance and do not support gambling in any circumstance).

I frequently break with conservative orthodoxy or tea party orthodoxy in candidate endorsements because I look at Character more heavily than any other metric. Secondly, I look at viability – gone are the days of supporting ideologically perfect candidates that end up getting slaughtered at the ballot box because of lack of resources, a lack of a plan to win, a lack of character or all of the above. Gone are the days of ignoring the personal behavior of so-called Conservatives. Here are the days of judging people on a balance of all factors.

Supporting losers won’t save any babies, defend religious freedom or keep government from running me out of business.

I did not support Donald Trump, because I believed him to be more liberal than any of the GOP candidates. When an opportunity came to work for Ben Carson, I jumped at it because of who Dr. Carson is. Working for Dr. Carson was an honor I will never forget. I supported Jeb Bush originally because of his stellar record of accomplishment in Florida and his anticipated support base, then Jeb Bush imploded as a candidate. Whoops.

Once Donald Trump won the primary, I moved on to him. This is what I do. My Republican is better than anything any other party offers.

As the Right on Daily Blog moves forward, please understand my paradigm as it will help make better sense of my approach.

Feb 282017

Blogger’s Note: Many in the SOJ movement were virulently opposed to the Charter of the California Impact Republicans, a Conservative Grassroots Group. The CIR was indeed Chartered by the CAGOP despite their efforts. As the issues with the State of CA are greater than the short-sightedness and petty personal disputes, the SOJ is a separate issue.

I am not endorsing a particular SOJ group, but the concept and the need to free the North State from the psychotic maniacs that infest the majority party in California. Being a democrat is one thing, being a wanna-be despot is still another.

Having been active in the CAGOP for 20 years, I have seen the institutional failure when moderate and conservative Republican have been in charge. With one-party rule in CA (and yes, I am including Arnold in the ranks of democrats), the only hope for the Sparsely-Populated North State of CA is to succeed.

I wish those organizing the SOJ effort were more organized and had better political skills as they seem to have alienated many of the very county supervisors they will need to adopt resolutions in favor of SOJ.

I have also listened to the financial objections, vis-a-vis what would SOJ do with its’ pro-rated part of the massive wall of debt of the State of CA, etc? I don’t care. This may sound absurd to my friends in Local Government, but I have seen enough that the best solution is a torch, gasoline (even better kerosene), high winds, and a state holiday for firefighters.

The Lake Oroville Situation has given me incredible clarity about this. The State of California only cares about one thing, raising the next generation of progressive moonbats. This means institutionalized election fraud, welfare giveaways, fascist bureaucracies that terrorize constituents, equally as fascist social engineering and of course tax, tax, tax and tax again to pay for it all.

Screw them all. Burn it down. When these jerks disregard legitimate safety warnings and willfully allow bogus environmental lawsuits to stymie maintenance and construction of infrastructure, you know that the tin-horn generalissimos in Sacramento are punishing the North State for not drinking the organic free-range kool-aid of the Bay Area. From where I am sitting they could care less if Marysville is under 30 feet of water, and even worse, the extremists amongst them are using the crisis to call for dam removal everywhere.

Four dams are being removed on the swollen Klamath River because the enivros sued repeatedly to prevent the utility from being able to modernize the dams. It became easier to cut bait.

Regardless of the cover story, the fish were removed from the hatchery in Oroville three days before the incompetent fools in the DWR admitted the truth about the dam.

No more. People’s lives are now being put at risk because of Sacramento. And they don’t care. If they did, they’d have done what they did to prioritize Jerry Brown’s narcissistic legacy train. Notice how the enviro lawsuits went nowhere against the bullet-train?

It is time. Screw California. It is time to declare our independence from the psychotic tyranny of a class of elites that are more suited to wearing a fraudulent military uniforms with medals hanging off of them. Even if the SOJ is flawed, it is still far better than anything coming out of the cesspool in Sacramento.

Feb 272017

The Placer IR will be meeting in March and will be meeting a couple more times in 2017. The March meeting will be announced once the leadership are done with their respective moves.

The State CIR is Holding their Inaugural Convention on April 22nd.

California Impact Republicans
1st Annual Convention
April 22, 2017
Harris Ranch
24505 W. Dorris Avenue• Coalinga, CA 93210
CIR Member Super Early Bird Price: $40.00*
(Convention registration Includes Lunch. Good Through March 10, 2017 $55 thereafter, $65 at the door the day of convention space permitting. Convention agenda and schedule TBA)

Make checks or money orders payable to the “CIR” California Impact Republicans     

Mail Checks to:        CIR, c/o George Park Jr                

Mail Forms to:          1079 Sunrise Ave Ste B #336 * Roseville, CA 95661-7009                 

Questions:               Email     

Leave a comment on this post or email if you are interested in Joining and Participating. The comments are moderated and won’t display publicly.

Feb 262017

You’d think with the CAGOP at 27% and falling that Conservatives would get a message. There is a term I refer to called “Ideological Narcissism”. This is the believe that since my stances on the issues are morally pure that I will refuse pragmatism, any sort of compromise and will tilt out on a vainglorious campaign regardless of who gets hurt.

Elements of the Tea Party California Caucus and the remnant of the CRA leadership led the opposition to the California Impact Republicans Charter. These were the same groups that opposed the charter of the Log Cabin Republicans. Apparently they believe a small, insular GOP is the way to go. This, ironically was the attack used against the moderate Republicans years ago when I first got involved in the CAGOP. What a circle.

The Log Cabin Republicans are a gay rights group. They tend be be on the left of the GOP.

Quoting the CIR’s Statement of Values:

We Are Pro-Gun – The Second Amendment was created for security and stability. We believe attempts to curb and limit the 2nd Amendment are an attack on freedom.

We Are Pro-Family – We believe that the traditional, nuclear family is the backbone of society. We believe that an agenda-free educational system based on sound fundamentals is critical to our future, including alternatives to the government education systems.

We Are Pro-Life – We believe in protecting life at all stages, from pre-born to elderly, including the disabled.

Whoops. Now what do the Log Cabin Republicans and the CIR have in common other than opposition led by the CRA’s Pol-Pot Bellied Information Minister Thomas N Hudson, Steve “Gerbilhead” Frank and Deborah Jackson? Not a whole lot other than the word Republican.

None of them attempted to derail the Charter of the CIR in the Volunteer Committee. They attempted deceptive tactics on the floor designed to confuse delegates. These included a motion to oppose, a motion to table, a motion to extend debate and a motion to end debate on the motion to extend debate. This confusion almost succeeded in delaying the inevitable charter of the CIR.

Last I checked, deception is not a Conservative value. Both Steve Frank and Thomas N Hudson are irrelevant and are widely disdained within the CRP and their opposition likely solidified support for the CIR’s Charter on the Floor. Both of them are relics of the past when do as I say, not as I do Conservatives were in positions of influence within the CRP.

I am sure Deborah Jackson had some important points to make as she was also the lone no vote against re-electing Jim Brulte CRP Chairman and Re-Electing Deborah Wilder CRP Secretary. She never got a chance to enlighten the delegates as debate was truncated in the Hudson-Gerbilhead induced confusion.

Not to be ignored was Baron Night who leveled a personal attack from the CRP floor earning a rebuke from the Party Chairman. It is nice to know that the CRA will be the CRA, ever placing personalities over principles.

It is indeed True that the Moderates are in charge of the CAGOP. They are in charge for a variety of reasons, understanding unity far better than conservatives, understanding personal consistency far better than conservatives, understand the concept of winning elections and lastly the conflict avoidance of a generation of conservative leaders within the CAGOP structure that created a leadership vacuum.

The bottom line, the moderates said, these are the rules. (Ironically that were created under the tenure of Fleischman / Schroeder specifically to make chartering the Log Cabin Group impossible) Then a group of Conservatives followed the rules. The moderates said, yes, you followed the rules and are eligible for a charter. Then a group of conservatives said, no we don’t want them to get a charter.

Got it? This is what happened courtesy of Thomas N Hudson, Gerbilhead and others. The CIR was chartered overwhelmingly.

They can go debate and pass meaningless resolutions. The CIR is going to go win some elections.

Thank you to the CAGOP establishment, most of whom are to the left of the CIR, for chartering our organization. Thank you to the Conservatives within the Tea Party Caucus and the CRA that did not follow their misguided leadership, but supported us as well.