Gov. Newsom Welcomes Women Seeking An Abortion To Come To California

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Governor Gavin Newsom took a step Friday to support women’s rights to have an abortion and even indicated women can come to California to have one if they want. Newsom signed Friday what he calls a “Proclamation on Reproductive Freedom.” He says it reaffirms the state’s commitment to protecting women’s reproductive choices, educates Californians about their rights to reproductive freedom, and welcomes women to the state to exercise that right. Among other things, the proclamation talks about reproductive services already available to California women, including state-funded abortion services for low-income women. The full text of the proclamation can be found here. In a

45% of California Roads are Rated in 'Poor Condition'

The Transportation for America reported that 45 percent of California’s 394,383 lane miles of roads are rated in “poor condition.” The stated mission of the nonpartisan think tank known as “T4-America” is to assist local government leaders make sure that states and federal government invest in “smart, homegrown, locally-driven transportation solutions.” The World Economic Forum highlights four basic economic pillars that contribute to global economic competitiveness among the 193 nations of the world: 1) institutions; 2) Infrastructure; 3) macroeconomic environment; and 4) health and primary education. The United States' strongest basic pillar has been infrastructure that includes effective

Trump: ‘We Are Going to Do Something Very Dramatic’ at US-Mexico Border

President Donald Trump said that his administration was set to take major action at the United States-Mexico border. “We are going to do something very dramatic on the border,” he told reporters in Washington on May 30 before boarding Marine One. “I would say my biggest statement yet” would be made, he added. The statement would be issued either later Thursday or sometime Friday, the president said. “I’m not closing the borders, I’m doing something else,” he said, adding that the statement “will have to do with people crossing the border illegally.” He said he was being forced to take action because “the Democrats will not give us laws” and “will not do anything.” “They want to have open bor


There are two ways to raise taxes. You can raise the tax on goods and services, gas, property, soda, batteries, health care and anything that moves or doesn’t move. Or you can end tax incentives, tax credits. SB 468 by the aptly nick named Hannah “Taxin” Jackson is proof Democrats love taxes and making people poor. Most of the tax credits were created for the purposes of creating jobs. So, the goal of ending the tax credits is to end the jobs. Democrats love poverty and making people dependent on government to survive. In the end, if passed, this will be another reason for the middle class to continue fleeing this American Socialist State. “Jackson says, “California has nearly 80 ta

Gen Z Christian youth leading conservative win in EU elections

The hottest political leader in Europe is 23-year-old Christian Jordan Bardella of France, who is leading a youth rebellion to gain control of the 28-nation EU Parliament. With unemployment for 15-24-year old at 14.9 percent in January, a youth rebellion has broken out across the European Union aimed at overthrowing the establishment to stop illegal immigration and defend European culture. Demeaned by mainstream media as “far-right,” the leadership of the movement includes Bardella in France and 26-year old Dries Van Langenhove of Belgium. Pre-election polls for the 705 Parliament seats reveal that the Europe of Freedom and Democracy (EFD) conservative’s coalition will more than triple its m

New California State or Jefferson?

The two leaders of the California statehood movements met on Will Johnson's Unite America First You Tube channel to discuss the pros and cons of the New California State movement.

The fight for America begins: Trump to invoke Insurrection Act that authorizes National Guard, milit

(Natural News) This is bombshell breaking news. See the emergency Counterthink video update, below. According to sources cited by The Daily Caller, President Trump is poised to invoke the Insurrection Act to fight for America’s survival against the ongoing invasion of illegals who are flooding the United States as a tactic to destroy the country from within. The Daily Caller is now reporting: According to multiple senior administration officials, the president intends to invoke the “tremendous powers” of the act to remove illegal immigrants from the country. The Insurrection Act, passed by Congress in 1807, allows the president to deploy National Guard and U.S. military troops to combat “reb

Bob Bea Takes Us on a Deep Dive Through His Dire Oroville Report

Like everyone else, Robert Bea was appalled when almost 200,000 Californians living below Oroville Dam were ordered to flee for their lives on February 12. The evacuation was necessitated by severe erosion of the dam’s primary and emergency spillways caused by massive releases of water following torrential winter rains. But unlike most citizens, Bea knew the incident wasn’t engendered strictly by the vagaries of nature or an act of God. Human error was at play. A UC Berkeley Engineering professor emeritus, one of the nation’s foremost forensic engineers, and the founder of Berkeley’s Center for Catastrophic Risk Management (CCRM), Bea had long been worried about the design and management of


President Donald Trump is planning on using the Insurrection Act to remove illegal immigrants from the United States, The Daily Caller has learned. According to multiple senior administration officials, the president intends to invoke the “tremendous powers” of the act to remove illegal immigrants from the country. “We’re doing the Insurrection Act,” one official said. Under the Insurrection Act of 1807, the president has the authority to use the National Guard and military in order to combat “unlawful obstruction or rebellion” within U.S. borders. The act was last invoked in 1992 by George H.W. Bush to quell the Los Angeles riots, and was also used by Eisenhower in 1957 to enforce school de

California monster El Niño storm to bring up to three feet of snow

California is being targeted by a monster El Niño Storm that will bring seven days of torrential rain, up to three feet of mountain snow, and may cause an Oroville Dam overflow. A period of strengthening trade winds that seemed set to end this year’s El Niño that brought a record 188 percent of average snow pack to California’s Sierra Mountains, reversed in mid-April to surge a bloom of heated water along the Equatorial Pacific and reawaken a late season El Niño that has a 70 probability of lasting through the summer. The upper atmosphere jet stream normally blows east to west at about 100 miles per hour across the Pacific Equator bringing torrential rains to Polynesia before curving up Asia

Supreme Court decision opens Apple to antitrust lawsuits

The Supreme Court has ruled that Apple iPhone users can pursue antitrust lawsuits against its app sales in a case that threatens to devastate Silicon Valley's business model. Apple tried to halt a lawsuit by four iPhone-users who claim damages as the result of Apple's monopolistic pricing practices that include charging a 30-percent commission for software-developers to sell their products through its App Store, bars developers from selling their apps on other platforms, and requires prices to end in 99 cents. The plaintiffs claim that Apple's monopoly on the two million apps listed in its store means they are forced to pay higher prices than if the environment for app purchases were competi

Behind the Movement to Kick Chicago Out of Illinois

Activists in the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico have been pushing for statehood for decades. But they aren’t the only ones who aspire to create a 51st state. Many rural, often conservative, residents of large Democratic-controlled states are tired of being overshadowed politically, culturally and economically by big cities. They’ve tried legislation, elections and even redistricting. The problems can’t be solved by traditional means, they say. So why not use a tool built into the U.S. Constitution: create a new state out of an existing state through approval of both the state legislature and Congress? It happened when Maine split from Massachusetts in 1820, and again when West Virginia

New California State Movement Slams Socialism, Upholds Constitution

Paul Preston, founder of New California State movement, speaks at the Placer County town hall meeting in Rocklin, Calif., on May 8, 2019. (Nathan Su/The Epoch Times) ROCKLIN, Calif.—Over 60 Placer County activists for the New CaliforniaState movement joined a town hall meeting on the evening of May 8, criticizing the state’s high taxes and push towards socialist policies. The New California movement is a statewide grassroots effort to break most of California’s rural areas away from the current state, forming a new state. So far, representatives from 47 of the 58 counties in California have joined the movement. Fractions of 5 other counties have also joined. The movement claimed its independ

Trump administration forces China to sell the Port of Long Beach

The Trump Administration's Department of Homeland Security has forced China's state-owned Cosco* to sell the Port of Long Beach over security concerns. China's Cosco Shipping Holdings, which bought out its 75 percent–owned Hong Kong–based Orient Overseas International (OOCL), was forced to sell its Port of Long Beach Container Terminal ownership to Macquarie Infrastructure Partners for $1.78 billion. The Obama administration had no problems with OOCL signing a 40-year lease with the City of Long Beach in 2012 for control of America's second largest and most automated container handling operation. The sweetheart deal was part of the "Middle Harbor Redevelopment Program" to fund a $1.5-billio

"Stand Your Ground" on the Roll!

New California State Merced County Chair Billy Abdill has gone all in for the 51st State by wrapping his van in the New California State mottos and flag. Billy showed up to the Placer County town hall in Rocklin, CA May 8, 2019 after picking up up his van from New California State Solano county member James Nakamura wrapped it at his business Sign Anatomy in Vacaville, CA. Many thanks to James and Sign Anatomy for getting the word out about New California State. Nothing beats good vehicle graphics. Make your vehicle a moving billboard today! Read more

More reasons to be concerned with election integrity in California

Elections are not just about choosing public officials. They’re about the legitimacy of government. In the words of the Declaration of Independence, governments derive “their just powers from the consent of the governed.” Without that consent, governments are tyrannies, unjustly handing out penalties — or sweetheart deals — with the stolen power they have seized by force or manipulation. And that brings us to California. A new report from the nonprofit Election Integrity Project California documents alarming problems that plagued the state’s 2018 midterm elections. “Eligible voters were harmed by significant system failings,” the researchers concluded, “and this casts doubt on the integrity

4th Constitutional Convention for New California State

The 4th New California State Convention will be held May 17-18, 2019 in Fresno, CA. The 4th in a series of Constitutional Conventions designed to create the 51st state of New California will continue the efforts of the last three conventions that saw the formation of a new governmental structure that includes a legislative branch composed of a Senate and Assembly. During the past three conventions the legislative branch passed seven resolutions. 1st Constitutional Convention Harris Ranch, CA July 21, 2019. The 4th Convention will include testimony from Angle Parents, Elections Officials, Economists, Immigration and Law enforcement. Don Wilson of Placer county addresses the gallery at the 3

California wildfire prevention: Unplugging Grandma's ventilator

PG&E will respond to California's reckless environmental policies that cause huge wildfires by unplugging electricity on windy days, despite risks to shut-ins and the elderly. The California public utility, forced into its second bankruptcy in 16 years after facing $30 billion in liability claims from 2017 and 2018 wildfires, announced a 'Public Safety Power Shutoff' policy that will shut down its electrical grid for up to 5.4 million users during 'Red Flag' periods with low humidity and sustained winds above 25 mph. The bankrupt company stated that the shutoff could last up to five days and suggested that special needs, such as the elderly and shut-ins that "require electricity to sustain l

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