Blog Posts

My Open Letter To Governor Brown

By Tom Del Beccaro, on Dec 6, 2011

Yesterday, Gov. Jerry Brown posted an open letter to Californians about why he was pushing for yet anothr tax increase.  You can read his letter here.  Below is my response to him and his deceptive ways.

My Open Letter To Governor Brown - by Thomas Del Beccaro 

What Are We Paying You for Obama?

By Tom Del Beccaro, on Nov 29, 2011

As seen on BigGovernment.com

"It’s simply hard to imagine this passes for a Presidency."

The Fallacy of the Untaxed Pot of Gold

By Tom Del Beccaro, on Nov 21, 2011

Recently, a group called Think Long let it be known they would be proposing a new tax . . . Here is my reponse to their terrible new idea:

Del Beccaro: The Fallacy of the Untaxed Pot of Gold

IT'S THE VISION THING, JERRY BROWN

By Tom Del Beccaro, on Nov 3, 2011

This is my opinion column that the LA Times wouldn't print because they said is was "too partisan" - and the Sac Bee and the Chronicle also refused to print . . . IT'S THE VISION THING, JERRY BROWN

Republicans Must Fight the Lies About Tax Rate Cuts

By Tom Del Beccaro, on Oct 31, 2011

My latest on BigGovernment.com:  Republicans Must Fight the Lies About Tax Rate Cuts 

While Obama tours the country promoting his personal donation plan, the Republican Presidential hopefuls are in a pitched battle for the nomination and arguing which tax simplification plan is best. Threatened with the possibility of rate cuts, the Media and politicians trot out the usual suspects of lies about tax hikes and tax cuts.  This is a battle Republicans must win and, to do so, they need to expose those lies.

DEL BECCARO: What Solyndra should mean to conservatives

By Tom Del Beccaro, on Oct 14, 2011

Conservatives in particular should recoil at the Solyndra story. It is a tale about centralized economic planning gone awry and it is only the tip of the iceberg in President Obama’s government of czars.

Even in California, Obama Is Running Out of Excuses and Time

By Tom Del Beccaro, on Sep 14, 2011

In 2008, candidate Obama famously dodged a serious question by telling America that the question was simply “above [his] pay grade.” Three years into his Presidency, voters around the country are clearly voicing their opinion that being held accountable for the failing economy is not above his pay grade.  Even in California, perhaps America’s last bastion of liberalism, voters are finally turning on Obama.  Read the full article