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An Exclusive Event, Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff’s only California Appearance

An Exclusive Event, Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff’s only California Appearance

American Freedom Alliance hosts Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff. Ms. Sabaditsch-Wolff is a long-time free-speech champion and tireless truth-teller She has been the focus of media attention since the recent European Court of Human Rights’ shocking decision just a few weeks ago when they upheld the Austrian conviction of “Mrs. S”  -Elisabeth – for hate speech, deciding that […]

So Much for the Peaceful Transfer of Power

So Much for the Peaceful Transfer of Power

By Michael Greer   I’m madder than hell and I can’t take it anymore! I can’t stand the hypocrisy of the Left! I can’t stand their deceit! From the minute Donald Trump won the Presidency the Left has done everything possible to overturn the election….So much for the peaceful transfer of power.    The Left […]

We Need More, Not Less, Separation of State and Journalism

We Need More, Not Less, Separation of State and Journalism

  By Thomas L. Knapp “Newspapers are dying,” writes Rob Kall, Editor-in-Chief of progressive (but refreshingly open-minded) opinion site OpEdNews, in a (recently updated) 2010 op-ed. “Let them. There may have been people who wanted to rescue the buggy whip industry. But they were misguided. It was transportation they really cared about. We need to […]

AB 2943 Gay conversion therapy bill dropped by California lawmaker

AB 2943 Gay conversion therapy bill dropped by California lawmaker

Unexpected Drop of California’s Conversion Therapy Bill By Bob Ditmer August 31, 2018 CA Assemblyman Evan Low, The author of a California bill to declare gay conversion therapy a fraudulent business practice has abandoned his effort for this year after a fierce outcry from the state’s religious community and unexpected dialogue and collaboration. California Christians are calling it […]

Lead paint, public nuisance, and the First Amendment

Lead paint, public nuisance, and the First Amendment

By Deborah J. La Fetra, Senior Attorney Prior to 1951, lead paint was lawfully sold and used in the interior of houses. This presented no problem at the time, but, as it ages and deteriorates, and as little children gnaw on windowsills and such while teething, it can become a source of lead poisoning. For […]

Attorney & Assembly Candidate Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy:  Anonymous Mommy “is a cyber bully”

Attorney & Assembly Candidate Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy:  Anonymous Mommy “is a cyber bully”

By Michael Hernandez VENTURA—(Anonymous Mommy) “…is a cyber bully that has the conservative community terrified of her,” said attorney Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy Monday.  “This time she has bit off more than she should.  She is in a fight with the wrong person.” The legal fight to remove a temporary restraining order against Thousand Oaks resident Emily […]

Our First Amendment’s Betrayal

Our First Amendment’s Betrayal

    By Richard A. Nixon In 1791, two years subsequent to the ratification of the Constitution in the main, the first Ten Amendments, aka, the Bill of Rights was ratified. Its purpose was to make clear that notwithstanding the creation of the federal government in 1789, its authority was defined and limited. The 10th […]

California Gender Bill May Ban the Sale of Bibles

California Gender Bill May Ban the Sale of Bibles

    The Political Insider – by Rusty Democrats in the alt-left state of California have passed a bill in the Assembly that would ban the sale of books that express Christian beliefs about sexual morality, quite possibly extending to printed texts such as the Bible. No surprise there, after all this is the same party that […]

Mom Convicted For Swearing At Son

Mom Convicted For Swearing At Son

The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Friday sustained a mother’s conviction, who was charged last year with disorderly conduct for swearing at her 14-year-old son over burnt popcorn, without indicating whether she was protected by the First Amendment.

Port Hueneme: Councilman Hensley strikes back with constitutional rights abridgement lawsuit

Port Hueneme: Councilman Hensley strikes back with constitutional rights abridgement lawsuit

By George Miller Port Hueneme Council-censured Member Jim Hensley has filed a complaint against Mayor Tom Figg, former Deputy City Manager Carmen Nichols and the city, for 1st and 14th Amendment right of free speech abridgement, per a press release received today. A press conference announced only this morning was scheduled to take place at […]

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