Revolutionary California

A man picks up a generator from a Home Depot in Hercules, Calif., Oct. 26. PHOTO: DAVID PAUL MORRIS/BLOOMBERG NEWS Can 40 million suffer third-world electric reliability without a political upheaval? California may well be entering a pre-revolutionary situation as the Marxists would call it. Unlike the rolling blackouts of 19 years ago, today’s outages cannot be stopped with a simple act of regulatory courage, which then consisted simply of guaranteeing that suppliers would get paid for power they supplied under long-term contracts. Back then, a feckless governor dithered. Over 11 months, residents suffered blackouts that in their totality are already exceeded by just one of the intentional

Rick Perry "Governor" Resolution Approved by New California State

At the New California State 5th Constitutional Convention in Irvine, CA on October 26, 2019 both the Assembly and Senate unanimously voted to approved a resolution seeking to make current Energy Secretary and former Texas Governor the New California State interim Governor. BE IT RESOLVED, By this joint resolution, the Senate and Assembly members of New California, shall hereby recognize our best choice as James Richard “Rick” Perry, an individual who has demonstrated the merits in all the ways needed through his service as agriculture commissioner of Texas, lieutenant governor and governor of Texas (three times), and as U.S Secretary of Energy under the current President of the United State

15 new ways to keep Californians un-shot

I am not in the pocket of John Law. I believe there should be fewer laws. I hate calling electeds “lawmakers.” I wish they would go to Sacramento and come back home showing us the laws they got rid of, not the ones they wrote. There ought not to be a law. At the very least, for every law passed, eliminate a needless one, so we just stay even. That said, I will be happy, now that Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed 15 excellent new gun-safety laws all at once, to quickly find 15 old state laws to eliminate. I can do it while I eat my egg salad sandwich here at lunch, if anyone asks. But since they haven’t, I will simply celebrate the legislation and legislators who just made California a state in wh

Media meltdowns and political polarization: Joel Kotkin

The mainstream media increasing appears much like the classic tale of the boy who cried wolf so often that when the wolf showed up no one believed him. Similarly, since the bust of the Mueller report, and the evaporation of countless other “blockbuster” exposés, the media’s credibility in the ongoing impeachment saga is now widely doubted, even if this time they may actually be right about presidential misdeeds. This divide can be seen in public perceptions of the news media. Although somewhat improved from its low point in 2016, only 40 percent of Americans, according to Gallup, trust the media, compared to over 50 percent in 1999. As befits the media’s increasingly partisan stance, the sm

The end of single-family zoning in California?

Over the objections of city officials throughout the state, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill that effectively ends single-family zoning in California. It wasn’t Senate Bill 50, the proposal to allow apartment buildings to be built on single-family lots in any area that’s within one-half mile of public transit. That stalled in the Legislature amid fears that Californians would rise up as one and pull the plug on transit projects throughout the state. Instead, the governor ended single-family zoning by signing Assembly Bill 68, which creates a right to build two new units of rental housing on any single-family lot in California, for a total of three units of housing where only one may have been

California’s Foreign-Oil Problem

Why the Golden State is dependent on the Saudis, unlike most of America. Following the attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities last month, many forecasters warned that gas prices would spike. Yet prices have hardly budged—except in California, where they are surging due to policies that have made the state more reliant on foreign oil. Gas prices in the Golden State have shot up 30 cents a gallon in the last week amid problems at in-state refineries to a statewide average of $4.03 a gallon and may be headed higher. Prices rose a mere 10 cents nationwide in the week after the attacks on Saudi facilities and have since ticked down a few cents. A big reason gas prices didn’t spike after the Sau

Democrats turning California into a third-world hellhole: Going without electricity edition

Democrats are turning California into a third-world hellhole without electricity, water, and freedom. Due to Democrats' love for trees, at least 800,000 Californians will be without power for several days. Instead of properly managing California forests to reduce the chances of big fires, Democrats are saying Californians have to go without lights, refrigerators, and air-conditioning. Democrats could also avoid this by not making the power company financially liable for all forest fire damages, but since PG&E is a company, not an illegal alien, the Democrats couldn't care less about doing what's best for California. While they try to blame climate change and the infrastructure, the reality

American Maoists Building Support For Mexican Revolutionary Movement: Huge Implications For US Natio

The United States’ main Maoist organization, Liberation Road, is developing support networks for Mexico’s ruling leftist party MORENA and its leader, Mexico’s socialist president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (popularly known as AMLO). Liberation Road sees Mexico under its present leadership as a major force for the revolutionary transformation of the United States. With a population of around 128 million, a communist Mexico, sharing a 2,000-mile border with this country, would become a national security nightmare of epic proportions. America’s Maoists are working hard to make that nightmare a reality. According to Liberation Road’s newly formed Solidarity Project with the People of Mexico: “M

The Swamp is in a Feeding Frenzy

Stephen Miller Issues Dire Warning to Americans. Stephen Miller, senior policy advisor to the President of the United States, issues a dire warning to the American people. ...

New poll: Three-quarters of California conservatives considering leaving state due to taxes, politic

New poll shows conservatives are considering leaving California A new poll show 74 percent of conservatives in California are considering moving out of the state; former California State Assemblyman Chuck Devore weighs in. Former California State Assemblyman Chuck DeVore reacted Thursday to a poll that showed half of California's registered voters - including 74 percent of conservatives - have considered leaving the state. Last week, the Institute of Governmental Studies at UC-Berkeley published a poll that found 71 percent of residents considered leaving California due to the cost of housing. The poll also found that 84 percent cited the "political culture" and 76 percent identified high ta

Federal Judge Issues SB 27 Ruling to Block CA Law Requiring Candidates’ Tax Returns

Bill was aimed at forcing President Trump to Release Tax Returns for California’s March 2020 Primary Election ‘Now that the written ruling is out, I urge Governor Newsom to accept this decision and not pursue an appeal which will only waste taxpayer dollars.’ Senate Republican Leader Shannon Grove In a win for President Donald Trump, presidential candidates will not have to disclose their tax returns to appear on California’s March primary ballot, thanks to a federal court ruling Tuesday. United States District Judge Morrison C. England, Jr.’s ruling granted injunctions barring California’s Senate Bill 27, which required that presidential candidates publicly release their last five years of

New Lawsuit Alleges State of California Violated National Voter Registration Act

Mark Meuser and Harmeet Dhillon (press conference, Facebook) California failing to verify citizenship before placing voters on the voter rolls California is violating federal law by failing to verify citizenship before placing voters on the voter rolls, according to attorneys Harmeet Dhillon and Mark Meuser. They say this compromises the integrity of our election system. Calling this “Judicial Watch 2.0,” Dhillon and Meuser filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of Plaintiffs Roxanne Beckford Hoge, Ali Mazarei, and Corrin Rankin against Alex Padilla, California Secretary of State, and Steve Gordon, Director of California Department of Motor Vehicles for violations of the National Voter Registrati

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