NATIONAL SOCIALISM VS. GLOBAL SOCIALISM

The word "socialism" seems to have become the sexiest word for millennials and democrats of any age. It invokes images of fairness, equality, justice, and a good living standard, however, there have not existed any countries that turned to socialism that did not lose the liberties that we Americans have enshrined in our Bill of Rights. On the other hand, "nationalism" has become an evil cuss word among millennials and democrats of all stripes. Very interesting. Have you ever pondered the difference between nationalism and internationalism, or between national socialism and international socialism? National Socialism is Nazism. It arose in the era of the Weimar Republic in Germany and it

U.S. Treasury Blocks California’s Attempt to Dodge SALT Tax Limit with ‘Charity’ Defeat for Brown &a

The U.S. Treasury Department issued proposed rules on Thursday to nix California’s scheme to avoid the new $10,000 limit on state and local tax deductions by claiming taxes are charitable donations. President Donald Trump promised in December 2017 that his $1.5 trillion Tax Cuts and Jobs Act tax-reform package would unleash a new era of American prosperity by cutting the tax burden for the typical family of four earning $75,000 by $2,000. The tax cuts also aimed to drive up the average household income by $4,000 through simulative cuts on business by permanently trimming the top corporate rate from 35 percent to 21 percent. To fund part of the resulting revenue loss, the Republican-controlle

Appellate Court Ordered CA Governor to Return ‘Unlawfully Diverted’ Subprime Crisis Funds

Gov. Jerry Brown was recently ordered by the state’s 3rd Appellate District Court to repay more than $331 million in funds the state illegally diverted from a national fund intended to help homeowners struggling with foreclosures from the housing crisis. Instead of complying with the court order, Democrats are pushing through a bill to legitimize the theft of funds. The Assembly already passed Assembly Bill 1829, which makes the statutory changes related to the National Mortgage justifying this theft. AB 1829 was passed on a party line in the Senate Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review, 12 – 5, with all Republicans on the committee voting no. Bill Analysis reports: In 2012, the federal gov

Jefferson Fail: New California State Only Option to Become 51st State: Jefferson 3 Judge Panel Throw

First in a Series of Reports on the Jefferson State Lawsuit Updated August 18, 2018 12:00 p.m. Sacramento, CA-The Jefferson State movement's main tool, the 3 judge panel, they thought would help them become the 51st state was thrown out in the Eastern District of California August 1, 2018, pending Judge Kimberly Mueller's ruling on standing. The stay pending a writ of mandamus with the Supreme Court and the request for a 3 judge panel was thrown out pending her decision regarding lack of standing which must come first. No final order of dismissal was given, however, these other orders will likely be viewed later as having been precursors to a final dismissal order. "The plaintiffs' motion

California Legal Marijuana Tax Collection Miss Projections by 56%

California announced on Wednesday that the expected legal marijuana tax boom for the first 6-months had turned into a bust with $82 million in revenue versus a $185 million estimate. Breitbart News reported in May that the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration collected only $32 million of state excise taxes and $2 million in cultivation taxes on about $213 million in sales in the first quarter under the voter-approved Proposition 64 recreational marijuana sales. Although revenue through March was about one-third less than the projections in Governor Brown’s budget, California officials indicated the shortfall was due to a slow start-up and expected collections would catch up i

Zinke, Perdue tour fire-ravaged Northern California

U.S. Interior and Agriculture secretaries view fire damage from Carr Fire, meet with local officials. Zinke says better forest management is needed to reduce wildfires. Better management of the West’s overgrown forests would reduce the risk and severity of wildfires, U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said early today during a two-day tour of devastation caused by Northern California’s Carr Fire. Mechanically removing underbrush and dead and dying trees, reopening closed roads to create fire breaks, conducting controlled burns and allowing grazing in selected areas are among the actions that could improve forests’ condition, he says. “We have to remove the dead and dying trees and restore he

California Caught ‘Cooking The Books’ To Justify Solar Mandate

California regulators relied on precarious assumptions and incomplete data to rationalize their decision to require every home in the state be fitted with solar panels. The California Energy Commission made history when it voted in May to mandate every home carry solar panel installations. The rule — the first of its kind in the country — will apply to all newly built homes and low-rise apartment buildings beginning in January 2020, with some exceptions for shaded houses and people already involved in other renewable energy programs. The new mandate was the latest in California’s bid to be a leader in renewable energy development. Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown, a major proponent of climate cha

Exclusive – Elizabeth Heng: Facebook Is ‘Censoring the Voices of Americans Who Have Different Views’

Elizabeth Heng, the Republican nominee running to represent California’s 16th Congressional District, said Facebook is “censoring the voices of Americans” with non-leftist views. She offered her remarks in an interview with Breitbart News Senior Editors-at-Large Rebecca Mansour and Joel Pollak during last Tuesday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight. Heng warned of the growing power over the dissemination of information concentrated in the hands of large technology firms. Last week, Facebook blocked an advertisement of Heng’s referencing communist-driven atrocities in Cambodia, her parents’ country of origin. The ad was subsequently restored following Breitbart News’s reporting of

Change of President for New California State

Ruth Haring is seen addressing the New California State Constitutional Convention July 21, 2018. Also seen Vice President Paul Preston and Secretary Carla Verga. The President of New California State Ruth Haring has submitted her resignation in a letter to Vice President Paul Preston dated August 11, 2018. The letter was accepted by Vice President Preston in a letter that thanked Haring for her service in the establishment of the New California State movement. Paul Preston will become the New California State President.

Secret meetings key to state’s energy, air, water choices

"I'm shocked, shocked to see gambling going on!....Your winnings sir". By Stephen Frank Thanks to Tom Elias, the people of the Confederate State of California have found out that our water and energy policies are being determined in private and like the Russians and Cubans, the policies will be announced and implemented—no need for public discussion. “The gatherings include aides to the governor and the heads of the PUC, the state Energy Commission, the state Air Resources Board, the state Water Resources Control Board and board members of the Independent System Operator, in charge of California’s electric grid. The emails also strikingly reveal that the top regulators meet frequently in pri

The Case for New California

California was once the land of Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and John Birch socialites; a state that revolted against taxes and immigrants before it was cool. Now, it’s a stronghold of the #Resistance, replete with sanctuary cities, legal reefer, and equal-pay laws. Understandably, many of the region’s old-school reactionaries have started to feel like strangers in their own land. And so, these Golden State culture warriors have developed a plan to make California great again. As USA Today (oddly) reports: The founders of New California took an early step toward statehood January 15, 2018 with the reading of their own Declaration of Independence from California, a state they describe as “un

California Gov. Jerry Brown Predicts ‘Inevitable Recession’ — Again

California Governor Jerry Brown warned on Monday — again — about the “inevitable recession” he has predicted for years. The San Francisco Chronicle reported that Gov. Jerry Brown took time out from blaming big wildfires on climate change at the state emergency center to warn that California would be lucky if a recession did not happen within the next two years. Brown took a dig at President Donald Trump’s trade war with China and the European Union when he said, “At some point, the tariffs and the natural cycle will kick in.” Brown credited San Francisco’s St. Ignatius High School for his acumen at predicting the business cycle: “[T]he good priest Father Clark went to the blackboard and he d

Donald Trump Thanks Firefighters for Battling California Wildfires

President Donald Trump thanked the firefighters battling the historic wildfires in California on Tuesday, commending them on their bravery. “We’re deeply grateful to our incredible firefighters and first responders,” Trump said. “They’re really brave people, I’ve been watching them go to areas where very few people would go and some of them don’t come out alive.” Four firefighters have been killed battling fires in the 2018 season so far. Currently, the Mendocino Complex Fire has grown to become the biggest fire in the history of California. Over 14,000 firefighters are currently fighting the fires. Trump made his remarks as he sat down with a group of business CEOs to discuss the economy. H

Grand jury urges county cities to prepare for crushing pension costs

San Mateo has an honest Grand Jury—even if the County Board of Supervisors and the city councils in each of its cities are unwilling to tell the public the truth. The truth? The collapsing pension system is going to economically destroy local government. “Unfunded pension liability is particularly hard on cities because they have to pay “amortization” costs on it, which is the principal of the amount plus interest accrued at high rates over long periods. Interest is generally set at the same percentage of CalPERS’ assumed return on investment, and repayment has generally been set over a 30-year period. In February, the CalPERS board shortened future amortization periods to 20 years, which

Opinion: California Faces Crushing Pension Debt That Only Tax Hikes May Solve

California’s two immense public employee pension funds this month reported investment earnings higher than their assumed rate for the second straight year. The California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) said its investment portfolio earned 8.6 percent during the year that ended June 30, while the California State Teachers Retirement System (CalSTRS) topped that with an 8.96 percent gain. That’s certainly better than the minuscule earnings the two funds had seen earlier in the decade, but despite public crowing by union advocates, the earnings reports merely underscore the wide gaps between pension promises and assets to pay for them. For one thing, making money on investments in

‘New California’ Could Become the Next West Virginia.

University of Tennessee Law School professor Glenn Harlan Reynolds looks at the precedents and concludes it could happen ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: Updated 28 Feb 2018 at 12:24 PM, 5 Aug 2018 Secession was banned for all time when the Northern states defeated the Southern Confederacy in the Civil War, right? Well, no, it wasn’t. In fact, University of Tennessee law professor Glenn Harlan Reynolds sees the following scenario as a possibility not out of the question in the near future: “In the summer of 2021, following the California financial crisis and CalPers pension collapse, public employee-supporting Democrats from the California General Assembly absented themselves from the state, preventing

San Francisco Bans Everything

Here are a few things that are effectively legal in San Francisco: drugs, public defecation and shoplifting. And here are some of the things that are banned or will be banned in the City by the Bay. Straws. Fur coats. Bottled water. Eating at work. Vaping liquids. Upholstered furniture. Plastic bags. Pet stores. Electric scooters. Coffee cups and packing peanuts. Tropical fish. The McDonald’s Happy Meal. If you can think of something, San Francisco has already banned it. Or will be banning it soon. North Korea with a tech industry and some leftover Victorian architecture (which it’s banning tour buses from visiting) has reacted to the collapse of living conditions and fleeing tourists by ban

‘Calexit’ supporters revamp campaign with plan to convert half of California into ‘autonomous Native

Organizers of a long-running initiative to secure California’s secession from the United States now say they want to give away nearly half of the state, including all of its federal land, to form an “autonomous Native American nation.” “Calexit,” as the proposal for California’s secession is known, was given the green light by the state government earlier this year to begin collecting signatures to place the measure on the November ballot. Advocates had until mid-October to gather 365,880 signatures of registered voters to put it up for a statewide vote. But the revamp announced by Calexit’s founders on Tuesday adds an additional objective: constructing “the first ever autonomous Native Amer

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