MORE DETAILS in our Next Videos. Please UNDERSTAND this 'IS NOT' an ONLY California scheme - these plans are for YOU, wherever YOU are, worldwide . . . The Paris Climate Agreements based on climate change and the emergency actions now swiftly implemented, requiring our reduction of green house gas emissions, are Massive Deceptions leading to Worldwide Disruption. Climate change is weather weapons disguised as natural events causing severe weather assaults upon all of us. Random Excerpts Below. - Presentation and Discussion on PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoffs, Lack of Grid Reliability, Lack of Grid Safety, and Potential Actions by (SCP) Sonoma Clean Power in Response Date: November 13, 2019
President Trump issued a warning to California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday, threatening federal intervention if Newsom is unable to solve his state's homeless crisis. "Governor Gavin N has done a really bad job on taking care of the homeless population in California. If he can’t fix the problem, the Federal Govt. will get involved!" Trump tweeted. The Golden State has led the nation in the number of homeless people with an estimated total of over 129,972 in January 2018, according to a Department of Housing and Urban Development [HUD] report. Just over 68 percent of the homeless population in California, the most populous U.S. state, is also categorized as unsheltered. Earlier this month,
As the American version of the Bolsheviks (ie the Democrats) gear up for violent insurrection in the face of a pending 2020 election defeat of Biblical proportions, the most formidable armed resistance will not happen in Virginia, it will be on the “LEFT Coast” in California. However, before violent insurrection commences, the Democrats have one more card to play. They need to force a regime change in Ukraine so they can bury the evidence against them that could come out in a Senate Impeachment hearing. This is why Pelosi is hanging onto the articles of impeachment. Please allow me to introduce you to the California State Military Reserve (CSMR). It has been in existence since 1846. This lit
Greg Hanna, New California State (NCS) El Dorado County Committee Chair joins Paul Preston, NCS President to explain New California State. In a 2 hour non stop program both give details of the NCS movement.
“For some years after the Great Recession housing crunch, California was losing domestic migrants — but not as much as it could have. Now that’s starting to push up again,” The Golden State remains stuck in the slow lane when it comes to population. The number of Californians increased to 39.96 million, with new data from the Department of Finance showing mostly downward trends. They are rooted in fewer births, coupled with increased deaths among an aging population. The Golden State, however, has also seen changes in international migration, along with more and more residents leaving the state. The estimates, which indicate that California’s population grew by 141,300 people between July 1,
California's new gun laws have unintended consequences, including stopping off-duty cops and hunters from buying ammo. Sacramento, CA – The implementation of California’s new gun laws hasn’t gone smoothly and more than 62,000 residents have been denied the ability to legally purchase ammunition since July 1. Under the new guns laws, Californian’s are required to pass an in-store background check, at the time of purchase, to buy ammunition, the Sacramento Bee reported. Vendors must run the purchaser’s name through California Department of Justice database to confirm if they have legally registered a weapon with the state. California has required handguns to be registered since the 1990s, and
Linda Pain of Election Integrity speaks about the California "Jungle Primary" system. UPDATED 5:28 PM PT —December 14, 2019 California is known as a stronghold for Democrats, but it wasn’t always that way. In fact, the entire state used to be solid red. It was a safe haven for conservative values, producing presidents like Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan. Since the November 2018 elections, Democrats have controlled the state and have a solid veto-proof supermajority. In the California legislature, there are 40 seats in the Senate, of which Democrats control 29. Out of 80 seats in the Assembly, Democrats control 61. Out of 52 congressional delegates, 45 are Democrats, leaving Republicans with
Democratic lawmakers on Capitol Hill say local police who do not enforce gun control measures likely to pass in Virginia should face prosecution and even threats of the National Guard. After November’s Virginia Legislature elections that led to Democrats taking control of both chambers, the gun control legislation proposed by some Democrats moved forward, including universal background checks, an “assault weapons” ban, and a red flag law. Legal firearm owners in the state, however, joined with their sheriffs to form Second Amendment sanctuary counties, which declare the authorities in these municipalities uphold the Second Amendment in the face of any gun control measure passed by Richmond.
A construction worker is seen at work in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on May 03, 2019. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images) The government has for the first time released official gross domestic product (GDP) statistics for each and every one of the nation’s 3,113 counties. The figures, released Thursday by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), span 2001-2018. A year ago today, the BEA teased the official release of the GDP data with a set of prototype statistics. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross said at the time that “the prototype data addresses one of the last remaining gaps in economic knowledge, offering policymakers and businesses a new tool to inform their decision-making.” The BEA’s new data p
Over 1,000 people attended Tuesday’s Chesapeake City Council meeting as members unanimously declared a “Second Amendment Constitutional City.” On December 10, 2019, Breitbart News reported CNN’s tally of over 40 counties that had declared Second Amendment Sanctuary status. On December 11, 2019, the Associated Press reported the number as “more than 50 cities and counties.” The Virginian-Pilot reported that “around 1,200 people” attended Tuesday’s Chesapeake City Council meeting while “three men stood in front of the building holding Gadsden flags printed with ‘Don’t Tread on Me.’” Only 300 of the attendees could come inside the area that houses the actual meeting. The other 900 “watched from
China is slowing its plan to build a six-carrier fleet by putting construction of two aircraft carriers on hold due to technical challenges and high costs. The National Interest reported on Dec. 9 that military insiders revealed that plans for a fifth carrier have been stalled. The Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported that military insiders told the paper that “technical challenges and high costs had put the brakes on the program.” The move would effectively scuttle the People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) strategy of using redundancy for its northern, eastern and southern fleets to push back the American Carrier Strike Groups that now freely transit the Pacific. The six-carrier
TampaAerialMedia California a state with the world's fifth largest economy booming tech companies great weather great beaches a state with a pretty healthy job market life is probably pretty good if you are in the private elite category mostly in the coastal corridor from San Francisco to LA many of the super wealthy have private amenities and services and therefore somewhat secluded from many of California's problems for you this is still the Golden State however if you are in the increasingly struggling middle class dealing with high taxes homelessness power outages fires and crime or running a business in a state that punishes your success you have got to be wondering what happened to the
TampaAerialMedia California is the one of the most beautiful states in the union, however, its high taxes, excessive regulations on business, high cost of living, and out of control housing market has forced much of the middle class to move to other states. We show the stats of why people are leaving in droves out of CA and show where they are going through in this documentary of The Golden State. We still recommend to come to California to visit, it is still a great place to spend a vacation or a weekend. Its great weather and scenery is hard to beat.
DMV is earning more than $50-million a year selling drivers’ personal information The public is not offered an opt-out option of sharing personal information. As the California Department of Motor Vehicles stumbles along with a deficit, its inability to stay in compliance with the 1993 National Voter Registration Act, and numerous computer technicalities, is now under attack for selling personal information. An investigation by Vice discovered that the California Department of Motor Vehicles has been making millions by selling the personal information of drivers. The DMV is earning more than $50-million a year by selling drivers’ personal information according to a report by Vice media’s tec
Why can’t the DMV meet statutory deadlines without another $2.2 million on top of the $162 million, on top of its $1.2 billion budget? The historically deficient California Department of Motor Vehicles has encountered yet another stumbling block on its way to compliance with the 1993 National Voter Registration Act. On behalf of the DMV, the state Finance Director sent a letter last week to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee requesting and authorizing another $2.2 million to “help meet the deadlines.” The DMV says it has had to “redirect staff away from its baseline vehicle registration and driver licensing work, causing the average time to process vehicle registration transactions at DM
In 1989, the party was on a roll in California, led by two-term GOP governor George Deukmejian, then Pete Wilson. The very rapid decline of California’s Republican Party — from near-dominance in the 1980s and early 1990s to its current irrelevance — has been one of the state’s most dramatic political events. Thirty years ago, in 1989, Republicans were on a roll in California, to wit: GOP candidates dominated the state’s presidential elections, including the election and re-election of Ronald Reagan. Republican George Deukmejian was winding up two terms as governor and would soon be succeeded by another Republican, Pete Wilson. Democratic registration, once close to 60%, had dropped to below