Classical scholar, Victor Davis Hanson, resides in Central California, educates at Stanford in Palo Alto, and addresses the political, economic, and cultural disparity between the liberal elites along the Pacific Coast and the rest of the state, 40 miles east of the coast. At the American Freedom Alliance's "California: From gold to dust" conference in L.A. 20 August '17.
From Agenda 21 Radio Hour 3 October 19, 2017. Paul Preston explains why Californians lwho have left California need to Come Back Home to New California and join the New California Independence Movement.
Undocumented immigrants and other non-citizens will not be allowed to serve on state and local boards and commissions, despite recent efforts to further integrate those living in California illegally into civic life. Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday vetoed Senate Bill 174, which would have authorized the appointment of any California resident over the age of 18 to a civil office, regardless of immigration or citizenship status. “I believe existing law — which requires citizenship for these forms of public service — is the better path,” Brown wrote in his veto message. Sen. Ricardo Lara, the Bell Gardens Democrat who introduced SB 174, said the citizenship requirement for state posts originated w
The city of Huntington Beach, California, won the first victory Thursday against the State of California over a controversial new “sanctuary state” law, arguing successfully that the law infringed on its local government powers. SB 54, the “California Values Act,” was created by State Sen. Kevin de Léon (D-Los Angeles) (now running for U.S. Senate against incumbent Democrat Dianne Feinstein) as a rebuke to the immigration policies of the new Trump administration in 2017. Signed by Governor Jerry Brown nearly a year ago, SB 54 limits the ability of local law enforcement agencies to cooperate with federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). In March, Attorney General Jeff Sessions trave
California Governor Jerry Brown vetoed a bill Thursday, SB 1424, that would have created a state advisory group to study the problem of “fake news” and make recommendations for intervening in social media to deal with it. As Breitbart News reported in April, the original bill was far more aggressive: “The bill, filed quietly in late February as SB 1424, requires all California-based websites to develop a plan to fight ‘fake news,’ to use ‘fact-checkers,’ and to warn readers — including via social media — of ‘false information.’” The final version was significantly watered down. Still, Brown vetoed it as “unnecessary,” in a statement reported by CBS Sacramento: This bill directs the Attorney
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — With the reading of their own version of a Declaration of Independence, founders of the state of New California took the first steps to what they hope will eventually lead to statehood. To be clear, they don’t want to leave the United States, just California. “Well, it’s been ungovernable for a long time. High taxes, education, you name it, and we’re rated around 48th or 50th from a business climate and standpoint in California,” said founder Robert Paul Preston. The state of New California would incorporate most of the state’s rural counties, leaving the urban coastal counties to the current state of California. “There’s something wrong when you have a rural county such
John and Ken interview President (formerly Vice Chair), Robert Paul Preston (of New California State: https://newcaliforniastate.com). In the interview there is the idea I have explained for years... that is ArticleIV, Section4 of the Constitution reads: "The United States shall guarantee to every state in this union a republican form of government…" California is flouting this and could have its politicians arrested, and/or the police force federalized for a time. See my "CALIFORNIA vs. AMERICA post (https://tinyurl.com/yb52vz9r). ----------- MORE: Unlike the failed 2016 campaign to split California into 6 states, the “New California” movement, founded by Robert Paul Preston and Tom Reed, s
The 1836 "Lone Star" Alvarado Flag of Alta California “California is free and it will cut off all relations with Mexico until the mother country cease being oppressed by the present ruling faction known as the central government”. CAPTAIN ANDRES CASTILLERO, DIPLOMAT An Account from Unpublished, Sources of His Services to Mexico in the Alvarado Revolution of 1836-1838 By George Tays As the early morning mists of November 4, 1836, lifted from over the thickly wooded hills back of the town and spacious Bay of Monterey, the oft-beleaguered capital of Upper California awoke to find itself in a state of siege. Under cover of darkness, on the night of November 3, a revolutionary army of some 125 me
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a slew of gun control measures Friday, including one that raises the age requirement to purchase rifles and shotguns. In a tightening of what many believe are the strictest gun laws in the nation, Senate Bill 1100 now requires all firearms purchasers to be at least 21, the Mercury News of San Jose reported. California already restricts handgun sales to people 21 and older. The Firearms Policy Coalition, a gun rights advocacy group, slammed the bill. “Governor Brown just told millions of people under 21 that they can fight and die for our state and country with machine guns, but they can’t buy a gun for self-defense in their homes,” said group spokesman Crai
New California State 2nd Constitutional Convention Location: Wyndham Irvine-O. C. Airport, 17941 Von Karman Ave, Irvine, CA 92614 Time: October 05, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM & October 06, 2018 8:00 AM- 4:00 PM Press Pass: Go to www.newcaliforniastate.com Contact: Paul Preston (877) 828-2753 Cell (530) 632-9786 firstname.lastname@example.org Liz Ritchie (925) 699-7962 email@example.com About The Event: The 2nd New California State Convention will be October 5-6, 2018 in Irvine California. Come join the delegates of the New California State movement as they come together for the second time to construct the New California State Const
Big Tech companies, including Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat are encouraging their users to register to vote before the United States midterm elections in November. On Tuesday, Google turned its search homepage into a call to action for voter registration to mark National Voter Registration Day. “Google’s homepage features the company’s classic logo alongside red, white and blue campaign buttons that advertise registering to vote,” reported UPI. “Clicking on the logo will present users with basic voter information and how to register in each state. Midterm elections take place on Nov. 6.” Facebook will also be reminding its users to register to vote through a partnership with TurboV
Declaration of Grievance United States Constitution Article VI Section 2 States: “This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding.” Click here to read the entire Grievance 36.
The 2nd New California State Convention will be October 5-6, 2018 in Irvine California. Come join the delegates of the New California State movement as they come together for the second time to construct the New California State Constitution. The State of New California declared independence from the state of California January 15, 2018. New California State is the first state to declare independence from a pre-existing state since West Virginia declared its independence from Virginia in 1861. New California State will be the 4th state to be formed using Article IV, Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution. On March 21, 2018 New California State convened their 1st Constitutional Convention where
Second in a Series of Reports on the Jefferson State Lawsuit Updated September 23, 2018 10:50pm Washington DC-The Jefferson State movement filed a writ of mandamus asking the Supreme Court to intervene in the Citizens for Fair Representation v Alex Padilla and State of California after their main tool, the 3 judge panel was thrown out in the Eastern District of California August 1, 2018, The suit was brought by Jefferson State leadership as an attempt they thought would help them become the 51st state. The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule on the stay pending a writ of mandamus Monday September 24, 2018 by 12:00 pm est. The results of the ruling will be made public no later than O
A new financial review awarded “F” grades to 10 states that did not have balanced budgets and have taxpayer burdens of over $20,000 per year. The bi-partisan Truth in Accounting (TIA) review plows through the voluminous comprehensive annual financial reports (CAFRs) for each of the 50 states to determine their solvency and burden on taxpayers, and awards them appropriate letter grades. TIA found that for the 2017 fiscal year, 40 states did not have enough money to pay all their bills, because: “elected officials have not included the true costs of the government in their budget calculations and have pushed costs onto future taxpayers.” TIA divides the amount of money needed to pay bills by t
Monday on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” Gov. Jerry Brown (D-CA) said President Donald Trump was “going to undermine America and even the world” if we didn’t “get rid of him.” Brown said, “We have never had a president who was engaged in this kind of behavior. I mean, he’s not telling the truth. He keeps changing his mind. He’s sabotaging the world order in many respects.” He added, “So it’s unprecedented. It’s dangerous. Hopefully, this election is going to send a strong message to the country. The Democrats will win, and well, something’s got to happen to this guy, because if we don’t get rid of him, he’s going to undermine America and even the world.”
Republican Young Kim leads Democrat Gil Cisneros in California’s 39th congressional district by 6 to 10 points, according to a new poll by Monmouth University. Monmouth found that using a sample of “potential voters,” Kim only led Cisneros 46% to 42% with a 4.9% margin of error, a statistical dead heat. However, when two different models of “likely voters” were used, Kim’s lead was larger. “A historical midterm model gives Kim a 51% to 41% lead over Cisneros. But even a model that projects a possible turnout surge in Democratic precincts still gives Kim a lead of 49% to 43%,” the survey reported. The margin of error for the “likely voter” models was 5.7%, meaning that Kim had a statistically