Thomas Del Beccaro

Best of Del Beccaro Op/Eds

By Tom Del Beccaro, on Sep 17, 2012

Reflecting On a Current Events: Rousseau, Revolutions & Egypt - from Feb of 2011, the time the Mubarak gov't fell with help from the Obama admin, this article discusses the proposects for Egypt - judge its accuracy today.

In Forbes:  The Republicans Have Yet to Make Their Case on Taxes - Eva Longoria spoke about taxes at the DNC more forcefully than Republican did at the RNC. Why arent' Republicans making the case?

In National Review Online: Frustrated Voters turn to Prop 32 - Why the passage of Prop 32 is so important from CA and the Nation. 

In Human Events: The Predictable Failure of Obama The Social Engineer - The Enduring Lesson Republicans Must Understand

On Taxes:  Why Aren't the Democrats Keynesian on Taxes? - The Country Cannot Afford a GOP Loss on Taxes - The Economy Needs a Psychological Jolt - Tax Rate Increases Mean Less Revenue - Your Common Sense Guide Why - For Business, It's the 1920's All Over Again

On The Constitution: The Constitution Guarantees Freedom Not A Cushy LifeNancy Pelosi is Right for the Wrong Reason - The Power to Mandate, Why You Should Deplore the Roberts' Decision

Eastman: Nat'l Popular Vote Compact - Constitutionally unsettled/stronger argument that it is Unconstitutional

By Tom Del Beccaro, on May 19, 2011

Constitutional Scholar John Eastman's weighs in on the NPV proposal stating that is it far from a settled question, that it raises "serious constitutional issues" and that "those asserting that the NPV is unconstitutional have the much stronger argument."

Del Beccaro Statement on Brown Walking Away From Budget Talks

By Tom Del Beccaro, on Mar 29, 2011

"Governor Brown and the Dems can't have it both ways. They asked for ideas -- and then complained there were too many. They wanted specific budget solutions -- and then complained there were too many details. They shout 'Let the people vote' -- and then refuse to let the people vote on measures that will create jobs and bring permanent reforms to California government. 

"The list that Republican leadership gave the governor, after weeks of discussion, included a number of proposals to which Brown has publicly agreed - but obviously angered the public unions that control our state government. Not coincidentally, Brown, unlike Democrat Andrew Cuomo of New York, is refusing to reduce the state bureaucracy - demonstrating that he values bureaucracy more than essential services. " 

"The fact that the governor has now pulled the plug on any further budget talks says only one thing -- the only immovable object in Sacramento is Jerry Brown."