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Juvenile Rapists Cheer Governor Brown

Juvenile Rapists Cheer Governor Brown

. . .. By Michele Hanisee . We are compelled to write a follow-up to our blog “Legislature and Governor to Victims: Drop Dead” to specifically address how SB 1391 is a brutal slap in the face to victims of rape committed by 14- and 15-year-old juveniles. . The number of juveniles who are tried as adults […]

Officer and citizen privacy sacrificed by signature of bill Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC)

Officer and citizen privacy sacrificed by signature of bill Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC)

Against the recommendations of law enforcement, Governor Brown signed AB 748 (Ting, D-San Francisco) into law.  This legislation requires disclosure, with several tolling provisions and restrictions, of audio or video recordings when an officer discharges a firearm at a person or where the use of force by an officer results in death or great bodily […]

Governor signs bad bill on law enforcement privacy

Governor signs bad bill on law enforcement privacy

Governor Brown has signed SB 1421 by Senator Nancy Skinner (D-Berkeley).  Brian Marvel, President of the Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC), representing more than 70,000 public safety members, said “We are disappointed at what we perceive to be a reckless decision by the governor.” Marvel went on to say “PORAC has worked to […]

No gun sales under age 21 in California starting in 2019

No gun sales under age 21 in California starting in 2019

BY ALEXEI KOSEFF akoseff@sacbee.com Californians under the age of 21 will no longer be able to legally buy firearms starting next year. Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday signed Senate Bill 1100, which raises the age limit for the purchase of long guns, such as rifles and shotguns, from 18 to 21. The state already restricts handgun sales to […]

Brown’s Global Climate Action Summit

Brown’s Global Climate Action Summit

  By Michael Greer Climate Alarmists have done such a good job of scaring people that most of the protestors at the opening of Governor Brown’s Global Climate Action Summit were protesting that government wasn’t doing enough, fast enough. CFACT gathered an enthusiastic group together for a little street theater Thursday in front of the […]

The Governor of California’s Only Tweet on the Anniversary of 9/11 … HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH 9/11

The Governor of California’s Only Tweet on the Anniversary of 9/11 … HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH 9/11

Scott Morefield | Reporter California Governor Jerry Brown’s name has been bandied about of late as a potential Democratic 2020 presidential contender, and he has so far not refuted any of the rumors. But while most presidential prospects of either party were using their social media accounts on Tuesday to memorialize the victims of the terror […]

Senator Ricardo Lara’s  Bill For Non Citizens To Serve On Commissions

Senator Ricardo Lara’s  Bill For Non Citizens To Serve On Commissions

Senator Ricardo Lara’s bill SB 174 would allow non citizens, both legal and illegal, to serve on boards and commissions. Current California law requires U.S. citizenship to serve on these positions. “Senator Ricardo Lara’s bill that would allow non citizens to serve within our government takes those positions away from deserving citizens, and makes a […]

‘Instanity’ | Gov. Brown Reacts Predictably to Trump’s Move Nixing Clean Power Plan

‘Instanity’ | Gov. Brown Reacts Predictably to Trump’s Move Nixing Clean Power Plan

 By CHRIS WHITE, Energy Reporter California Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown said the Trump administration’s decision to replace an Obama-era rule designed to curb carbon emissions is tantamount to “war against humanity.” “This is a declaration of war against America and all of humanity — it will not stand,” Brown told his Twitter followers Tuesday. “Truth and common […]

California Debates Going ‘Carbon Neutral’ As Grid Worries Mount

California Debates Going ‘Carbon Neutral’ As Grid Worries Mount

Jason Hopkins | Energy Investigator California lawmakers are considering a slate of clean energy bills, but passage could further agitate an energy crisis already brewing in the deep blue state. Three different energy bills failed to pass the California state legislature in 2017. A bill requiring California power to become carbon neutral by 2045, a […]

Assemblymember Irwin Responds to Governor Brown’s May Revise

Assemblymember Irwin Responds to Governor Brown’s May Revise

(Sacramento, CA) – “Governor Brown’s May Budget Revision reflects California’s growing economy, now the 5th largest in the world. This budget proposes the largest rainy day reserves in modern state budget history, increasing K-12 education and community college funding, and new funding to combat homelessness and improve mental health services. While the May revision includes $200 million […]

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