Saturday, April 21, 2018

BREAKING: Endorsement for Aurelio Mattucci (Will Push for Ordinance to Opt Out of SB 54)

Aurelio Mattuci could not have been clearer on the matter at the latest Beach Cities Republicans meeting.

He will push for an ordinance for Torrance to Opt Out of SB 54.

That's what I want--and that's what the city of Torrance needs. The Balanced City is a standard for how other cities are operating. The rest of the county should follow

I want ALL city council candidates and members to oppose SB 54 and push for an official opt out.

Here's the letter he sent to me:

Hi Arthur,

The momentum is to say the least, inspiring.

I believe there is hope if we stick together behind the cause. 

Anyways, count me in.  Once elected, I will push for an ordinance to opt out of the SB 54 State Mandate.

With 4 votes we can get it done. 

Thank you for your activism,

Aurelio Mattucci 

FYI--He's an immigrant (yes, he came LEGALLY) to the United States. Isn't it good news to see people who came to this country legally wanting to make sure that the rule of law is restored and upheld ... in our own city?!

So far, the three candidates running for city council with the better vision for the city are all immigrants

George Chen
Aurelio Mattucci
Bill Sutherland--He was born in Europe, arrived in Canada, then acme to the United States and became a citizen here.

Interesting. The three immigrants running for Torrance City council are also Republicans. So much for the argument that Democrats are the party of immigrants ...

Here are the three candidates I am supporting for Torrance City Council, and their websites.

Please donate and help them get on the city council!

George Chen (Born in Taiwan)

Aurelio Mattucci (Born in Italy)

Bill Sutherland (Born in Scotland)

Friday, April 20, 2018

Travis Allen Speaks to the Riverside Republican Assembly at UC Riverside

Travis Allen has a great stump speech, and he is rearing up to fight against the establishment of both political parties in the state of California.

Andrew Kotyuk, who is running to repeal and replace Cap and Traitor RINO Chad Mayes.

Aja Smith, who is running for Congress against Mark Takano was at the event, too.

Here is the whole video for the event:

Of course, there was a smattering of left-wing protesters.

They are so cute, aren't they?!

Unfortunately, they don't do birthday parties.

My friend Nathan had this great shirt.

Toys R Us is closing down, but We Deplorables will never stop.

Make California Great Again!

Check out the Antifa wannabe losers at the end of the meeting, too!

Nick the Greek Celebrates His 43rd Anniversary of Becoming an American Citizen (Photos)

Nick Iaonnidis, aka Nick the Greek in America, celebrated his 43rd anniversary as an American citizen.

He hosts a celebrating at Holmes Elementary in the Jordan Downs section of Los Angeles every year.

This year, more people from We the People Rising attended.

I also invited special guest Tri Ta, the Mayor of Westminster.

He gave one of the most moving speeches in favor of the rule of law and legal immigration at the city council meeting two weeks ago.

Nick the Greek brought papers and other memorabilia to share with the students and staff who attended his event.

It was  really happy time for all of us. So glad that I could be there.

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Nick posed with the Mayor and his wife:

I was honored to join them, too!

Check out more awards and commemorations for the wonderful patriot Nick the Greek in America!

A book about Huntington Park, released on the centennial of the city's founding, featured Nick the Greek, too.

We the People Rising!

Here's Nick the Greek with Kerry Porter, another member of the Huntington Park community.

Mayor Ta presented Nick with an award not just for his 43 years as an American citizen, but for founding Immigrants Day!

Here, Nick speaks with the children at Holmes Elementary:

We the People Rising celebrates Nick's love for the United States.

What a great patriot he is!

Dr. Robert Newman of Redlands, CA honors Nick the Greek, too!

The principal of Holmes Elementary greeted Nick warmly and praised him for his love of country.

Many people may be surprised to see this wonderful, patriotic fervor in a blue state public school, but boys and girls are learning to love and honor this wonderful country, and the administrators in the public schools are promoting how wonderful the United States is!


We love the American Flag!

Red, white, and blue!

Sergeant Durham, an army recruiter stationed in Huntington Park, visited to honor Nick the Greek, too.

What a great surprise!

Here are more pages from Nick the Greek's book:

Below are pages from the "Huntington Park"

Final celebration for Nick with members of We the People Rising: