California Using Race to Determine Punishment for Crime

Jan 30, 2018  by  Selwyn Duke   In the race into race madness, California may lead the pack. A case in point is the state’s Proposition 47, which seeks to address black Americans’ “overrepresentation” (a propaganda term) in the court system and jails. Instituted in 2014, the proposition’s effect is now apparent. As Liberty Nation’s Tess Lynne reported Friday, referencing … More California Using Race to Determine Punishment for Crime

New California Law Will Automatically Register Illegal Aliens to Vote

 Jan 22, 2018 by  Warren Mass On April 1, a new law will go into effect in California that will automatically register people to vote through the Department of Motor Vehicles, including aliens who are in the country illegally.  Back on October 10, 2015, California Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1461, the New Motor Voter … More New California Law Will Automatically Register Illegal Aliens to Vote

California to Punish Businesses That Cooperate With Feds on Immigration

Jan 19, 2018   by  Steve Byas   “We will prosecute those who violate the law,” promised California Attorney General Xavier Becerra on Thursday, threatening to fine employers, public or private, who voluntarily give information on employees, concerning their legal status to be in the country. Becerra sternly warned anyone who runs a business in California that … More California to Punish Businesses That Cooperate With Feds on Immigration

California Governor Pardons Felons Set for Deportation

Dec 27, 2017 by  Dave Bohon   Continuing his efforts to make California a “sanctuary state” for illegal immigrants, California Governor Jerry Brown (shown) pardoned two convicted felons December 23 who were slated to be deported back to their native Cambodia. Brown’s actions bring to 150 the number of immigrant criminals he has either pardoned or … More California Governor Pardons Felons Set for Deportation

Supreme Court to Consider California Law Forcing Pro-lifers to Promote Abortion

Nov 13, 2017  by  Michael Tennant The Supreme Court announced Monday that it has agreed to hear a case challenging a California law requiring crisis-pregnancy centers, under the threat of heavy fines for noncompliance, to tell their clients how to obtain state-subsidized abortions. The case, National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Becerra, charges that the … More Supreme Court to Consider California Law Forcing Pro-lifers to Promote Abortion

Texas Grows 3.9 Percent in First Quarter. California? 0.1 Percent

July 28, 2017 by  Bob Adelmann Melissa, a resident of San Diego with degrees in psychology and Spanish, could find work only at a fast-food restaurant, recounted an article in (of all places) the Los Angeles Times about how some conservatives fed up with California are looking to Texas for greener pastures — and not just economically. The final straw … More Texas Grows 3.9 Percent in First Quarter. California? 0.1 Percent

Federal Judge Blocks Implementation of Magazine Ban

July 1, 2017 by  Bob Adelmann   U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez issued a temporary injunction against implementation of a California law passed last year that would have turned most of the state’s six million gun owners into criminals overnight. Previous law banned high-capacity magazines (containing more than 10 rounds) but grandfathered in those owners who already possessed … More Federal Judge Blocks Implementation of Magazine Ban

Giving Driver’s Licenses to Illegal Aliens Makes Illegal Voting a Real Possibility

  Dec 30, 2016  by  Warren Mass A December 28 report in San Jose’s Mercury News noted that two years after the implementation of AB 60, a controversial law allowing illegal aliens to obtain drivers licenses in California, an estimated 806,000 illegal residents have received driver’s licenses, according to the latest Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) statistics. … More Giving Driver’s Licenses to Illegal Aliens Makes Illegal Voting a Real Possibility

California Targets Second Amendment-protected Rights

April 21, 2016 by  Steve Byas   In a touch of irony, the California Senate’s Public Safety Committee heard several bills on April 19, all designed to severely restrict its citizens’ cherished Second Amendment-protected right to keep and bear arms. What is ironic is that April 19 is the anniversary of the “shot heard ‘round … More California Targets Second Amendment-protected Rights