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As California’s woes continue mounting, GOP fingerprints are nowhere to be found whereas those of the Democrats cover virtually everything; 2020 and 2022 not looking good for them

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In a dying California, GOP fingerprints are nowhere to be found…thank you, Democrats, thank you…
Bakersfield, CA 93304, 11-02-2019 Saturday:  I agree with my fellow California colleagues that colossal changes are coming to California and that when the dust clears, a tractor-trailer full of squalling, sniveling, pro-Green New Deal, anti-human being Democrats are going to be atop the garbage heap- where they belong.    
The state in which, we live is a dying state.  Oh, sure, we have loads of wealthy people inhabiting the coastline from the border with Mexico to Arcata, but if you journey inland, you find communities of varying economic prosperity who would love nothing more than to sever the umbilical cord with the coastal and metropolises and break the hell away to form their own sensible state. 
The state is insane.  The problem is, that the people who have raped it do not comprehend that we, the people of California, i.e., the citizens, NOT the illegal aliens who seem to have full license to run amok and destroy what we have worked so hard to create, know WHO the guilty parties are and where they reside. 
Our governor, the little golden boy, the loser born with the silver spoon (some say an oversized body part) in his mouth, Gavin “the Smiler” Newsom (who seems adverse to wearing ties) is presiding over the decline and fall of the nation’s once best and brightest state. 
Granted, his predecessor, former Governor Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown deserves to be standing alongside him in the witness box in the courtroom of the people but good old Jerry managed to keep things going just long enough that he could walk away at the end of his record fourth term and leave the looming disaster to the schmuck we have now, someone NO one likes,  whereas Moonbeam had a few fans as occasionally, he did the right thing. 
California is a state that environmentalism run amok has trashed to the point that it might take decades to repair the damage.  Democrats love environmentalists as whores love their pimps as without them, they would have no security.  In order to obtain the greatest number of campaign donations, the Democrats will drop to their knees with their mouths agape willing to do or say anything favorable to the Greenies so they will bestow their campaigns (and personal endeavors) with loads of greenbacks. 
Across the state, in order to prevent firestorms from destroying forested spaces, towns, communities, and people and their animals, PG&E now is shutting off power to these places prematurely and in advance of wherever they believe a fire threat exists. 
Now, PG&E and Southern California Edison would not have to do this IF ‘the whores,’ aka the Democrats and their pimps, the environmentalists, had not destroyed the necessary infrastructure by prohibiting PG&E and SCE from doing the necessary work of repairing and improving existing electric lines and power stations but oh, no, they have been unable to do this. 
Instead, PG&E has been hard at work trying to transition to 50 percent renewable energy sources by 2025 and 100 percent come 2045.  This in itself is flipping nuts, because wind, power, geothermal, and tidal energy are pie in the sky resources now. 
Journalist Rich Lowry, in a recent editorial in the Bakersfield Californian said this in his article:
“California’s overriding goal should have been safe, cheap and reliable power, a public good so basic that it’s easy to take it for granted.  The state’s focus on ideological fantasies has instead ensured it has none of the above.”  (Lowry, 30-October-2019)
We must give credit to former Governor Brown as he jumped ship just before the disaster loomed.  Oh, sure, he knew it was coming as should have “the Smiler,” Governor Gavin Newsom.  Newsom, however, thought he was in like flint in that he felt that he and his sycophants had little to worry about because the tech industry supported them just as his legions of illegal alien voters (yes, they exist) would never abandon them and their ilk.
Well, when you inflict the highest gasoline taxes on the citizenry, it affects everyone but especially those in the lower income groups where most of the illegals reside. 
Add to that increasing electric and natural gas costs (PG&E has to recover its losses from somewhere and the rate payers are the ones stuck with the increases and the taxes), rolling power brown- and-blackouts, higher costs to register cars, especially older models, and the Dems have found themselves atop a powder keg ready to explode. 
The only thing going for the Dems in statewide offices is that the next elections do not fall until November 2022.  However, recall[i] efforts exist for not only Gov. Newsom but for his chief protégé, protector, and possible gubernatorial successor come 2026, Xavier Becerra[ii], too, because he behaves like a crook and in need of getting the boot and soon.   
As for elected Democrats from California on the national stage, they have big problems materializing for them in next year’s elections.  I think- given the way I hear from people across the state- their big electoral victories in 2018 are going to be for naught because the House seats they won are going to go back to Republicans.  Many of the ousted GOPPERS are seeking to reclaim their lost seats.
Folks, liberalism destroys everything it touches and in California, GOP fingerprints are on NOTHING.  People dying in the streets from drug abuse and overdoses, homeless encampments overrunning more and more cities, diseases long-since conquered but are making comebacks here, while power blackouts, loss of goods, services, and declining living standards due to an inability of the state government to fix them and you see the makings of a historical rout of the party in control. 
Thank God.  See you tomorrow.  
Kilgore Randalini
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11-02-2019 Saturday—Political Topics and Essays, Part MCMLXXVI: “As California’s woes continue mounting, GOP fingerprints are nowhere to be found whereas those of the Democrats cover virtually everything; 2020 and 2022 not looking good for them” by Chef Kilgore Randalini
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REFERENCES:
Lowry, Rich. “California Can’t Keep the Lights On.”  30-October-2019.  Bakersfield Californian, the.  Nation and the World, Opinion, B 3.  Print.
Randalini, Kilgore. As California’s woes continue mounting, GOP fingerprints are nowhere to be found whereas those of the Democrats cover virtually everything; 2020 and 2022 not looking good for them.”  Political Topics and Essays, Part MCMLXXVI
FOR FURTHER READING:
06-17-2019 M: “Gov. Newsom would be wise to enable PG&E to recover from failing infrastructure and lawsuit damages rather than to diverting untold sums of money destined to provide FREE health care to migrants” by Chef Roland Carl Davis.  Political Topics and Essays, Part MDCCCXXXVIII
10-22-2019 T:  “Here’s a plan: instead of PG&E shutting off the power every time the wind blows, how about we support our utility company by throwing out the Democrats in 2020 and again in 2022” by Chef James “Jimmy” Hall.  Political Topics and Essays, Part MCMLXV
10-23-2019 W: “In Pollock Pines, California, 67-year-old Robert Mardis Sr. dies 12 minutes after PG&E causes a blackout and the electricity powering his oxygen supply goes out; is this what Californians have to look forward to?” by Chef James “Jimmy” Hall.  Political Topics and Essays, Part MCMLXVI
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TODAY IN HISTORY—NOVEMBER 02, 2019:

All Soul’s Day







A.   676: Donus begins his reign as Catholic Pope, replacing Pope Adeodatus II.
B.    1327: King Alfonso IV of Aragon is crowned.
C.   1355: An English invasion army under King Edward lands at Calais in France.
D.   1721: Peter the Great (Peter I), ruler of Russia, changed his title to emperor.
E.    1776: During the American Revolutionary War, William Demont became the first traitor of the American Revolution when he deserted his unit.
F.    1783: General George Washington issued his Farewell Orders to the Armies of the United States near Princeton, New Jersey.
G.   1795: The eleventh president of the United States, James Knox Polk, was born in Mecklenburg County, South Carolina.
H.   1824: The first popular vote in a presidential election is recorded; Andrew Jackson beats John Quincy Adams to win the White House.
I.      1851: Louis Napoleon takes power in France.
J.     1852: The people of the United States elect Franklin Pierce president.
K.   1865: Warren Gamaliel Harding, the 29th president of the United States, was born near Marion, Ohio.
L.    1889: North Dakota and South Dakota became the nation’s 39th and 40th states with the signing of proclamations by President Benjamin Harrison, who deliberately shuffled the papers to make it impossible to know the exact order in which he admitted the Dakotas to the Union. 
M.  1895: In Chicago, the first gasoline-powered car contest occurred on this date.
N.   1914: During World War I, Russia declares war on Turkey.  Meanwhile, Great Britain annexes Cyprus.
O.   1917: British Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour—expressed in a white paper—that the ‘Jews of Palestine should have a national home,’ much to the horror of the Arabs in the area and the British government back home.
P.    1920: The people of the United States elect Warren G. Harding president.  Elsewhere, the first commercial radio station in the United States—KDKA in Pittsburgh—began regular broadcasting on this date.
Q.   1921: Margaret Sanger’s National Birth Control League combined with Mary Ware Dennett’s Voluntary Parenthood League to form the American Birth Control League. 
R.   1930: The DuPont Company announced the first synthetic rubber, naming it DuPrene.
S.    1936: The British Broadcasting Corp. inaugurated “high-definition” television service from Alexandra Palace in London.
T.    1941: During Operation Barbarossa, the Axis troops overrun the Russian city of Rostov.
U.   1942: On the final day of the Battle of El Alamein, British and Commonwealth troops conquer the German- Italian post and the battle ends.
V.   1943: The Nazis raze the Jewish ghetto of Riga, Latvia.
W. 1944: The Auschwitz Death Camp in eastern Poland begins gassing inmates.  Elsewhere, famed keyboardist Keith Emerson who played with Emerson, Lake & Palmer throughout his life as well as with the Nice 1967-1970, is born on this date in Great Britain.
X.   1947: Howard Hughes piloted his huge wooden flying boat, the Hughes H-4 Hercules (derisively dubbed the “Spruce Goose” by detractors) on its only flight, which lasted about one minute over Long Beach Harbor in California.  Meanwhile, future bassist with Fairport Convention, Dave Pegg, is born in Great Britain on this date.  
Y.   1948: President Harry S. Truman surprised the experts by winning a narrow victory of Republican challenger, Thomas E. Dewey.  The Chicago Tribune published an early edition emblazoned with the headline, “DEWEY DEFEATS TRUMAN.”  The Truman victory surprised many pollsters and newspapers.
Z.    1949: The Netherlands recognizes Indonesia as a sovereign state.
AA.        1950: Playwright George Bernard Shaw, 94, died in Ayot St. Lawrence, Hertfordshire, England.
BB.         1953: Pakistan declares itself an “Islamic Republic.”
CC.        1956: Hungary appeals to the United Nations for help in stopping the Soviet invasion.
DD.        1959: Former game show contestant Charles Van Doren admitted to a House subcommittee that he had been given questions and answers in advance when he appeared on NBCsTwenty-One.”  Elsewhere, future Rainbow keyboardist, Paul Morris, is born on this date.
EE.         1962: President John F. Kennedy announced that the Soviet Union was going to dismantle its missile bases in Cuba, much to the chagrin of Cuban dictator, Fidel Castro.
FF.          1963: South Vietnamese President Ngo Dihn Diem was assassinated in a military coup.
GG.       1976: Governor Jimmy Carter beats President Gerald R. Ford to win the presidency.
HH.       1979: Black militant JoAnne Chesimard escaped from a New Jersey prison, where she had been serving a life sentence for the 1973 slaying of New Jersey state trooper Werner Foester.  Authorities believe that Chesimard—who took the name Assata Shakur——is living in Cuba.
II.   1983: President Ronald Reagan signs the bill that establishes Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.  The holiday honoring the slain civil rights leader takes place on the third Monday of January.  Some states such as Arizona would not recognize it at first—what does that tell you?
JJ. 1984: Velma Barfield, convicted of fatally poisoning boyfriend Stuart Taylor, was put to death by lethal injection in Raleigh, North Carolina, becoming the first woman executed in the U.S. since 1962.
KK.       1987: George Harrison releases “Cloud 9,” while Paul McCartney releases “All the Best.”
LL.         1992: Due to his HIV infection, Magic Johnson retired from the NBA for good due to fears of others catching the disease.
MM.     1993: The voters of New York City elect Rudy Giuliani the 107th mayor of the city.  Elsewhere, Christie Todd Whitman became the first female governor of New Jersey by winning the gubernatorial election in her state.
NN.        1994: A jury in Pensacola, Florida, convicted Paul Hill of murder for the shotgun slayings of abortion provider Dr. John Britton and Britton’s bodyguard; authorities executed Hill in 2003.
OO.       2003: In the United States (and much to its everlasting shame), the Episcopal Church consecrated its first openly gay bishop.  Wow.  No wonder their church is dying.
PP.          2004: President George W. Bush wins reelection with 51-percent of the popular vote as Republicans continued to increase their numbers in Congress.
QQ.       2010: In the Mid-Term Elections of 2010, the voters overwhelming elect Republicans who win the largest number of seats in one election since 1894 and take the House of Representatives from the Democrats.  This happens all because of Barack Hussein Obama and the Democrats forcing Obamacare down the throats of the American People.
RR.        2011: According to Brainy History, China makes its first orbital docking as its unmanned Zhengzhou 8 spacecraft successfully docks with the orbiting Tianlong 1 space station module.
SS.2012: Due to continuing problems associated with Hurricane Sandy, Mayor Michael Bloomberg cancels the running of the New York Marathon.
TT.         2013: In Wisconsin, two planes carrying nine skydivers collide in midair; the skydivers used their parachutes to steer themselves clear of the debris, and the two pilots survived with minor injuries.
UU.        2014: According to the best source for information on the planet, Brainy History, the U.N. issues a report concluding that immediate global actions are needed to prevent runaway impacts of climate change[iii]; the report claims failure to act now will result in extensive future damage, which will be prohibitively expensive to control.                        







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[i] Many Californians believe Gavin Newsom is living on borrowed time.  If you are a Californian, check this out: <https://ballotpedia.org/Gavin_Newsom_recall,_Governor_of_California_(2019)>
[iii] In 2014, the ‘end of the world’ was near.  Five years later, nothing has changed and the world is still here.  Folks, do not let these skunks put terror in your hearts, it’s all politics and nothing more. 










































































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Argent released their sophomore effort, “Ring of Hands,” on February 10, 1971 and featured the same lineup: Rod Argent (all keyboards/vocals), Russ Ballard (guitars/vocals), Jim Rodford (bass/vocals), and Bob Henrit (drums and percussion).  The album enjoyed moderate success but once again, Three Dog Night yanked another of the group’s tunes, “Chained,” and made it a success.  We hope you will consider listening to this one and adding it to your growing collection of classic rock music as both the band and the record are superb.


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Today’s Frank Zappa and the Mothers album is their fifteenth album, “One Size Fits All,” which appeared on record store shelves on June 25, 1975 and was another fine installment in the ongoing history of the Mothers.  As always, Frank Zappa has unique thought patterns, musical ideas, and lyrical qualities, which makes this a must-have album.  Great music and a definite must for all serious collectors of the band and of the musical times, you can buy this CD now simply picking it up at your favorite site for the best in rock music.

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Bad Company released their next album, “Live in Albuquerque 1976,” which came out on August 08, 2006 and featured the original lineup of the band live in concert.  The lineup featured Simon Kirke (drums/percussion/vocals), Paul Rodgers (vocals),   Mick Ralphs (guitars/backing vocals/keyboards) and Boz Burrell (bass).  We hope you will seek this album out and consider adding it to your ever-growing collection as it is worthy of ownership by you and a big snapshot of the group’s career as it features 12 classic tunes as well as two brand-new songs, too.  We thank you.

       










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