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Death Penalty Exhausted Appeals – Part 1

Death Penalty Exhausted Appeals – Part 1

.. By Michele Hanisee   This first of a series of blogs focuses on the murderers on California’s death row who have exhausted all appeals. The last impediment to executions is a federal stay that is now being challenged by several elected District Attorneys and victims. When that stay is lifted, at least 24 death […]

Commentary | Monsanto and Bayer Accused of Causing Suicide

Commentary | Monsanto and Bayer Accused of Causing Suicide

  by Naomi Fisher Bayer is trying to convince the public that their acquisition of Monsanto is for the public good and sending out propaganda to boost Monsanto’s reputation and avoid any connection to 296,466 farmer suicides in India between 1995-2013. Reports state that in 1988 the World Bank required the Government of India to […]

California’s Homeless Spending and Policies Have Only Worsened the Epidemic

California’s Homeless Spending and Policies Have Only Worsened the Epidemic

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Thanks to Gray Davis as governor, the people of California paid excessive sums for gas and energy.  Thanks to Guv Brown, farmers did not have enough water—and the price of food went up.  Plus, we were forced to import food into this State.  Housing shortage—look at […]

‘No Exoneration!’ Is The New Rallying Cry. It’s True — But It’s Not The Whole Truth

‘No Exoneration!’ Is The New Rallying Cry. It’s True — But It’s Not The Whole Truth

  Virginia Kruta, Associated Editor    Media pundits and Democrats alike took up their new rallying cry — “no exoneration!” — with gusto as the “Russian collusion” narrative languished. But, while true, it is not the whole truth. After months of pushing the narrative that President Donald Trump was probably guilty of collusion and obstruction […]

Governor Newsom’s moratorium on the death penalty

Governor Newsom’s moratorium on the death penalty

.. By Michele Hanisee   Governor Gavin Newsom’s recent executive order declaring a moratorium on the death penalty is a test of the boundaries of executive privilege. California Constitution Article 5, Section 1 states, “The supreme executive power of this State is vested in the Governor. The Governor shall see that the law is faithfully […]

Commentary | Pro-American, Pro Israel Rally Hits Streets of Woodland Hills — Big Time

Commentary | Pro-American, Pro Israel Rally Hits Streets of Woodland Hills — Big Time

By Deborah Baber-Savalla On Saturday March 23, 2019, a rally was held protesting freshman congresswoman Illhan Omar, it’s all about the “Benjamins Baby.”   Omar, who has tweeted and spoken against the United States’ support of Israel, was one of two keynote speakers at a Council on American-Islamic Relations, CAIR, fundraisers held at the Hilton Hotel in […]

The 2020 Democratic Candidates Are Saying And Doing Noticeably Strange Things

The 2020 Democratic Candidates Are Saying And Doing Noticeably Strange Things

Stephanie Hamill | Video Columnist   It’s not unheard of for political candidates to try to prove to voters that they’re “just like us,” but some of the Democratic presidential candidates are going a little overboard with their efforts. When presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke isn’t posting strange videos online, he’s causing a scene at coffee shops. Apparently […]

Who is Afraid of Judicial Review?

Who is Afraid of Judicial Review?

By Eric Siddall On March 2, 2019, the Los Angeles Times editorial board attacked district attorneys as craven politicians out to maximize punitive sentences. The reason for the attack is because a number of district attorneys have challenged the constitutionality of a law enacted by the state Legislature. The law, enacted pursuant to Senate Bill 1391, prohibits the transfers of 14 and […]

Chris Kyle’s Iraqi Interpreter Just Got His Citizenship. He Has Some Things To Say About Trump’s Immigration Policy

Chris Kyle’s Iraqi Interpreter Just Got His Citizenship. He Has Some Things To Say About Trump’s Immigration Policy

Stephanie Hamill | Video Columnist WATCH:  Former Iraqi Navy SEAL interpreter “Johnny Walker” just got his citizenship, and he has a lot to say about Trump’s immigration policies. “If you follow the legal procedure, this country will welcome you and they will love you,” said Walker. Walker took part in a naturalization ceremony Wednesday, in […]

California Is Looking To Tax Drinking Water

California Is Looking To Tax Drinking Water

Timothy Snowball | Pacific Legal Foundation   California is known for a lot of things: Ronald Reagan, Hollywood, beaches, hippies, student protests — and some of the most relentlessly progressive politicians in the entire country. Simply put, the government of California is out of control. In total, the state added 1,016new laws to the books in 2019, […]