Jan 09

I Want You At Our Next Meeting

I Want YOUPlease join us at our next monthly meeting on January 24th, 2017 at Renton Carpenters Hall 231 Burnett Avenue North, Renton, CA. Our Program starts at 6:00PM. ALL are welcome


Jan 09

Congressional Staffers Tell Us How to Oppose the Trump Agenda

Want to know what you can do to fight back against the reptile conservative agenda which is coming our way?



Written by Congressional Staffers who know what works! Let’s Stop Spinning our ideological wheels and get the rubber on the road!

Dec 07

Wasted Money – Again

And as his first great act as house speaker what does Paul Ryan do? Why, of course, he sets a vote to take medical care away from millions of Americans WHO DON’T VOTE! And, our local reptile Representatives vote right  along with him!

wasted money




Nov 27

Welcome to our Fantastically Updated Website


This website is a work in progress but we certainly hope you will like and enjoy our efforts here. After all, this is Website-Construction1-300x169really for your edification and illumination about who we are, where we are and what we do.

We really hope that we can motivate you to come to one of our monthly meetings – no obligation whatsoever but, of course ,we will try to interest you in our DCC membership. We have a lot of fun while we educate and inform the citizens of Kings County California. No, you do not have to live here in order to join.

Nov 27

Automatic Voter Registration Now Law in California

On Saturday, October 10th, 2015 Governor Jerry Brown signed into law measures which will eventually make voter registration automatic for ALL California citizens who get or renew a California drivers license. Your Vote Counts

The bill was a priority of newly elected Secretary of State Alex Padilla, who championed its provisions during his election bid.

This makes California the second state to enact such measures much to the chagrin of republican and right wing conservative political punsters who want to restrict voter registration as much as possible. Republicans see widespread voter participation as a challenge to their desire to limit voting to white, property owning males.