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LA County Trains Poll Workers to Bypass State Election Law

LA County Trains Poll Workers to Bypass State Election Law

A training video for poll workers in Los Angeles County appears to contradict California law requiring voters to identify themselves and their addresses before getting ballots and set up conditions that could help illegal voters cast ballots. The election-integrity group True the Vote learned about the video from a Los Angeles poll inspector who reported […]

Viva Trump Unity Rally brings 16 Coalition Leaders Together: Latinos, African-Americans, Asians Speak-Out For Trump

By Michael Hernandez LOS ANGELES—A crowd of 200 supporters showed up in the rain Sunday afternoon at Sycamore Park in Highland Park to hear 16 coalition leaders:  Latinos, African-Americans, gays and Asians speak out for Trump at an event hosted by the Los Angeles County Donald Trump office located in Cambodian Town (2338 E. Anaheim […]

Gun Control Measure Divides California’s Politicians, Law Enforcement

Gun Control Measure Divides California’s Politicians, Law Enforcement

  A gun control measure on California’s ballot Nov. 8 is pitting sheriffs, sickness police chiefs, order and prosecutors against most of the state’s political establishment. “This initiative would do nothing to stop criminals from acquiring ammunition, guns, or large-capacity magazines,” @michele_hanisee says. A state that already has some of the strictest limits on gun […]

Hass avocados from Colombia could be coming to a grocery store near you

Hass avocados from Colombia could be coming to a grocery store near you

WASHINGTON — California’s Hass avocado growers would face new competition, but U.S. consumers could see some slightly lower prices, under a new Agriculture Department proposal to admit imports from Colombia. In its latest market-opening move, the Agriculture Department on Thursday published for public comment the proposal that Colombia’s Hass avocados be admitted into the United […]

Californian’s Fight Against Illegal College Subsidies for Illegal Immigrants Heads to Court

Californian’s Fight Against Illegal College Subsidies for Illegal Immigrants Heads to Court

The next front in the battle over in-state tuition rates for illegal immigrants will play out in a California appeals court on Nov. 3 in a lawsuit brought by Judicial Watch on behalf of California resident and taxpayer Earl De Vries. The issue there is not whether the California Legislature can authorize in-state tuition to […]

PLF suit sparks move to repeal ban on “For Sale” signs in parked cars

PLF suit sparks move to repeal ban on “For Sale” signs in parked cars

In response to the federal First Amendment lawsuit filed last month by Pacific Legal Foundation and San Juan Capistrano resident Michael Cefali, the city is poised to abolish its ordinance — San Juan Capistrano Municipal Code § 4-6.311(a) — that forbids the display of “For Sale” signs in cars parked on public streets. The city […]

New poll shows uphill battle to end California death penalty

New poll shows uphill battle to end California death penalty

By James Poulos Despite a broad trend toward increasing skepticism and opposition around capital punishment, California’s ballot initiative ending the practice faces a steep climb heading into November.  The Institute for Social Research at Sacramento State University, through the CALSPEAKS public-opinion project, found that respondents “opposed Proposition 62, which would end the death penalty in the state, 45-37. […]

Another 1,000 Jobs LEAVING California—For Low Tax/No Tax States

Another 1,000 Jobs LEAVING California—For Low Tax/No Tax States

Verizon is offering 1,000 employees four choices, move to Texas, South Carolina of Florida—or be unemployed. Texas and Florida have in income taxes—and low cost housing—compared to California.  My hope I that these folks get out of California while they can—failed schools, high crimes rates, worst roads in the nation, a governor that gives water […]

Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association Introduces Measure to Taxpayers Access Info On Local Tax Measures

Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association Introduces Measure to Taxpayers Access Info On Local Tax Measures

The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association announced today (11) they will be working with lawmakers to introduce legislation to ensure that taxpayers have access to important information when considering local tax measures.  Specifically, any tax measure would be required to list the tax rate, duration, and estimated revenue that it is intended to generate.  This information […]

Does the Secure Choice state-run retirement plan guarantee against taxpayer bailouts?

Does the Secure Choice state-run retirement plan guarantee against taxpayer bailouts?