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California voter registration system ‘highly susceptible’ to fraud

Malia Zimmerman, California’s voter registration system is “highly susceptible to being compromised,” because of immigration policies protecting the Golden State’s 2.4 million illegal immigrants, authorities have told Fox News. The integrity of elections may be compromised by a lack of oversight of non-citizens registering and voting, said Hans von Spakovsky, manager of the Election Law

Physicians Sue California Over ‘Unconstitutional’ Price-Capping Law

Michael McGrady, The law will cap prices for medical providers at insurer network rates even if they are not part of insurer networks. The medical-provider freedom advocacy group Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) is suing California for allegedly violating the state’s constitution and U.S. Constitution by creating a law capping the reimbursement rates

Sacramento: Let Felons Vote in Jail

Debra J. Saunders, California lawmakers seem intent on making Sacramento the place where reasonable reforms, much like runaway trains, jump the tracks. In that no-speed-limit spirit Tuesday, the California Assembly voted 41-37 to allow convicted felons to vote in jail. (Yes, you read that correctly.) If Assembly Bill 2466 becomes law, the American Civil Liberties

Canada evacuating 8,000 people by air as massive wildfire continues to grow

FORT MCMURRAY, Alberta –  Canadian officials began evacuating 8,000 people from work camps north of devastated Fort McMurray by air on Thursday and hoped to move thousands more via a highway convoy Friday if it is safe from a massive wildfire raging in Alberta that has grown to 210,035 acres. More than 80,000 people have emptied Fort

California’s AB 1014 labeled most draconian gun control legislation in the country

Bill Would Allow Police to Confiscate Guns Based on Accusation Alone  A draconian gun control bill set to be voted on by the California legislature would allow police to confiscate a person’s firearms solely on the basis of an accusation made against the gun owner by a family member or a health professional. Although the

Milk debate touches raw nerve in Capitol

Steven Greenhut  SACRAMENTO — While driving through the Mojave Desert a few years ago, I stopped at a small restaurant and had a meal that included raw oysters. Driving home, I worried about the wisdom of that decision given that desolate desert regions aren’t the best-known places for fresh oysters. Nothing bad ensued, but it reminded

Pedophiles Lured by Avatar in Tech Industry Porn Fight

 Sweetie looks much like other unfortunate young Filipinas. Just 10 years old, her user profile shows, she spends her days online fielding requests from men who offer her money to perform sexual acts in front of a webcam. When she logs on, invitations pour in — “Are you a working girl?” or “I’m into girls

History is a Weapon – by the Communist Party of South Africa

 First published: during the ’eighties as a series of articles in ‘Umsebenzi’; later as a single pamphlet for underground operatives. 1. INTRODUCTION This is a pamphlet about the role of secrecy in solving the tasks of the Revolution. Secrecy gives us protection by starving the enemy of information about us. Secrecy helps us build a

California Court of Appeals Confirms Ruling Striking Down Ammunition Sales Restrictions


Charlotte, NC –-( On November 6, 2013, the California Court of Appeals for the 5th District affirmed the lower court’s issuance of a permanent injunction in the NRA/CRPA backed legal challenge to Assembly Bill (AB) 962, Parker v. California.   AB 962 would have banned mail order ammunition sales and required all purchases of so-called “handgun ammunition” to