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Renounce Your Citizenship

Renounce Your Citizenship

By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views The last time I checked, ‘Separate but equal” pertained to discriminatory laws against African Americans.  Segregated rest rooms, dining facilities, and use of public services (like riding in the back of the bus, those of color had to endure. This all changed, at least on paper with the monumental Supreme Court […]

California Sheriffs Call on Congress to Stop Their ‘Sanctuary’ State

California Sheriffs Call on Congress to Stop Their ‘Sanctuary’ State

By Susan Crabtree | October 9, 2017 5:00 am | Republished with permission from The Washington Free Beacon California’s sheriffs are calling on the GOP-controlled Congress to intervene and pass a federal law to change the state’s sanctuary state status, warning the law that ties their hands too tightly will only increase the chances of another […]

Excessive: Bail Isn’t Meant to Enable the Holding of Political Prisoners

Excessive: Bail Isn’t Meant to Enable the Holding of Political Prisoners

. by Thomas L. Knapp The US Constitution’s Eighth Amendment forbids “excessive bail” in criminal prosecutions. That prohibition seems somewhat vague. I guess we’re just expected to know excessive bail when we see it. Two current cases demonstrate not just excessive bail, but abuse of the whole idea of bail for the purpose of holding […]

Beware of Pools

Beware of Pools

. By Jennifer Felten  Both California common law and California Civil Code section 1102 require a seller to disclose information to a potential buyer about the property that are material to their decision to acquire the property.  California has a set form, called the Transfer Disclosure Statement, that is used for this purpose.  However, if […]

Politicized sustainability threatens planet and people

Politicized sustainability threatens planet and people

. By Paul Driessen Sustainability (sustainable development) is one of the hottest trends on college campuses, in the news media, in corporate boardrooms and with regulators. There are three different versions. Real Sustainability involves thoughtful, caring, responsible, economical stewardship and conservation of land, water, energy, metallic, forest, wildlife and other natural resources. Responsible businesses, families and […]

Cliven Bundy: Feds don’t own western states

Cliven Bundy: Feds don’t own western states

By Larry Klayman Events important for preserving America’s Constitution will be soon unfolding. Nevada rancher Cliven D. Bundy’s federal trial will finally begin in Las Vegas, Nevada, for a 2014 peaceful protest in support of the Constitution some incorrectly called “The Battle of Bunkerville.” In fact, there was no battle from the standpoint of the […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise — Warning! Minefield Ahead!

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise — Warning! Minefield Ahead!

By L. Neil Smith  Dear Senator/Congressthing: You’d better read this if you want to keep your phony-baloney job. The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution ordains unmistakably that the individual right to own and carry weapons shall not be abrogated in any way, or sneaked up on, even a little bit at a time. […]

Repeal the Second Amendment

Repeal the Second Amendment

  By Bret Stephens I have never understood the conservative fetish for the Second Amendment. From a law-and-order standpoint, more guns means more murder. “States with higher rates of gun ownership had disproportionately large numbers of deaths from firearm-related homicides,” noted one exhaustive 2013 study in the American Journal of Public Health. From a personal-safety standpoint, more […]

VEGAS STRONG

VEGAS STRONG

By Wayne Allyn Root   The story of the year is the worst mass shooting in U.S. history right here in Vegas. But the real story of the year should be the remarkable reaction to this terrible, heinous act of terror.  We are “VEGAS STRONG.” At this moment, we don’t know why the mass murderer […]

Questions Swirl in the Las Vegas Mass Shooting

Questions Swirl in the Las Vegas Mass Shooting

  . .  . By Jon Rappoport, October 2, 2017 .Sunday night Las Vegas shooting at country music concert. Shooter in a high room at the Mandalay Bay Resort Hotel, a long distance away. Deadliest mass shooting in US history. 518 wounded, 58 dead. With the body count and wounded numbers rising, and the concert shooter, […]