Mission Statement

The purpose of the Hubert H. Humphrey Democratic Club is to contribute to the
influence, growth, and direction of the Democratic party and of local governance
as well as to develop political leaders at all levels and to provide research information
 about political issues to members and community citizens.

"It was once said that the moral test of Government is how that Government treats those who are in the dawn of life, the children; those who are in the twilight of life, the elderly; and those who are in the shadows of life, the sick, the needy and the handicapped"

-Hubert H. Humphrey, (1911 - 1978)

Monthly Meetings

The HHH Democratic Club meets at 7 pm on the 3rd Monday of every month
at Coco's Bakery Restaurant located at 11510 South St. Cerritos, CA 90703.
(562) 924-9487 - www.cocosbakery.com




Republican members of Congress oppose any efforts to solve the Nation’s problems with respect to protection of civil rights including voting rights, health care, equal employment opportunities, equal pay, minimum wages, comprehensive immigration, ending discriminatory taxation favoring the rich and 


Their public display of disregard for the poor and the middle class allow their actions of greed and irresponsible behavior to become part of the problems instead of the solutions as the Constitution calls for, and 


They have abdicated their direct Constitutional responsibility to the people by allowing the Koch Brothers to own them,


We the Democratic Party pledge our unconditional commitment to uphold the Constitution and safeguard the rights of we, the People for the People, and pledge to rescue our Country from Republican corruption by protecting the people’s right to vote, and to engage in mobilizing the voters to elect a Democratic Congress to restore democracy, honesty, and government for the People by the People.



The Second Amendment Brief

“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

Why was this amendment necessary? 

As a new nation, we fought the tyranny of suppression to gain our Independence and establish a democracy as outlined in our Constitution. 

Section 8 of Article 1 gives Congress the power “To raise and support Armies”. Unregulated, this was a threat to the newly acquired freedom. 

It further states “To provide for calling forth the Militia to execute the laws of the Union, suppress Insurrections and repel Invasions”. Again, this awesome power, without regulation, endangered the newly acquired Independence.  The perceived danger was a one sided armed militia which, if not regulated or controlled, could have been abused in the early stages of our Independence.

The Second amendment, therefore, was enacted to achieve security of the free state by regulating the militia without infringing the right of the people to keep and bear arms in case the Congress became abusive in the implementation of Article 1 of the Constitution.

The arms of the times were entirely different from today’s arms. 

When the second amendment was adopted, there were no weapons of mass destruction, as there are today.

The concern of the people, at the time of the adoption of the amendment, was to make sure that the militia would not become a party to the deviate actions of a dictatorial evolution of our Government, if that would ever happen.

Our nation has evolved to the greatest democracy in the history of mankind because our orderly transition of power is guaranteed by the electoral process and there is no reason to fear what our founding fathers felt when the second amendment was enacted.

As written, the second amendment makes no reference to safety. 

Therefore, it is perfectly constitutional and mandatory for the Congress to enact laws for the protection of the safety of the people without infringing on the second amendment.

A well regulated ownership of military style weapons is mandatory to guarantee the constitutional rights of the free State and all the law abiding citizens.

HHHDC Resolution on Immigration Reform


WHEREAS,   a bipartisan Comprehensive Immigration Reform Bill by four Republican and four Democratic Senators will shortly be introduced in the U. S. Senate, and

WHEREAS, it has been years since we have had any positive initiative to overhaul the broken immigration system which continues to keep some 11 million of our brothers and sisters in the shadows and under fear and threats, and

WHEREAS, hard-working people who maintain our gardens and golf courses, build and clean our homes, cultivate and harvest our fields, care for our children and have to hide in the shadows,

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Hubert Humphrey Democratic Club supports the following for the 11 million undocumented in our country:

(a)   A DREAM ACT provision for minors brought to this country without papers,

(b)  A FAMILY REUNIFICATION PROCESS which sharply reduces the waiting time with the Immigration and Naturalization Service,

(c)    AN EARNED PATH TO CITIZENSHIP for those without documents

(d)   Some type of WORKER PROGRAM that protects the rights of American workers as well as the temporary ones, and                                                                                      

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution be sent to President Barack Obama, the Senate Majority Leader and to the Speaker of the House.