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California Sanctuary Surge: Governor Jerry Brown pardons criminal deportees

Lloyd Billingsley, California governor Jerry Brown has pardoned “three veterans deported to Mexico,” as the Sacramento Bee reported. Hector Barajas Varela, who came to the United States “without authorization,” served more than year in prison for shooting at an occupied home. Brown also pardoned Erasmo Apodaca, who served 10 months in prison for burglary, and

California Governor Jerry Brown Asks President Trump for Help

AWR Hawkins, On Friday, California Governor Jerry Brown sought federal help from President Trump by asking the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to declare “a major disaster” in California in light of the damage done by recent storms. The East Bay Times reports: “Brown formally requested the declaration for the series of storms striking the state between

Sanctuary State of California

Lloyd Billingsley, Governor Jerry Brown has always protected violent criminals. “Could California Become a Sanctuary State under Trump?” ran the January 26 headline in the Sacramento Bee. Readers can lose the question mark because governor Jerry Brown has been protecting violent criminals since the 1970s. In 1973, American Indian Movement co-founder Dennis Banks was convicted

That time California legalized child prostitution

Jazz Shaw, HotAir.com One of the stranger food fights in the Twittersphere this week erupted over a story which indicated that California had legalized child prostitution. Now, I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve seen the Golden State pass all sorts of measures that left me picking my jaw up off the floor, but

Jerry Brown Farts in General Direction of Dairy Farmers

Katie Kieffer, Holy cow! Dairy farmers are balking at crazy climate change legislation that will rob America’s middle class of affordable dairy products. The Golden State used to be a place you could visit for a relaxing vacation filled with sunshine, palm trees and bayside avocado burgers—and then fly home to live a relatively free

Second Amendment backers arm up with ink and paper to battle California’s ‘Gunmageddon’

Barry Bahrami went from incredulous to angry last month when California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a batch of firearms control laws known collectively as “Gunmageddon.” Then, the San Diego-based CEO became determined to fight back against the laws, which take aim at so-called assault weapons, enforce ammunition background checks, mostly take effect Jan. 1 and outlaw

California Lawmakers Pass Unprecedented Package of Gun Control Bills

Include ban on sale of semi-automatic rifles with detachable magazines, ammo buying background checks and more… Spurred by outrage over recent mass shootings, California lawmakers on Thursday sent Gov. Jerry Brown a sweeping package of gun control bills, including a ban on the sale of semi-automatic rifles with detachable magazines, background checks for those buying

Primary elections Held Tuesday in 8 states

TOP OF THE TICKET On a day with primary elections in eight states, the marquee race in Mississippi, where six-term GOP Sen. Thad Cochran faced his toughest re-election fight ever, remained too close to call hours after the polls closed. The state’s Republican establishment backed Cochran against state Sen. Chris McDaniel, a favorite of the

Wild Fires – URGENT! FIRE NEARS A NUCLEAR PLANT IN SAN DIEGO

 An out-of-control brush fire at Camp Pendleton was creeping closer to the San Onofre nuclear power plant, prompting evacuations. Southern California Edison said in a tweet that “about a dozen non-essential employees evacuated” from the plant because of the fire. The plant is located off Interstate 5 at the Orange-San Diego county line north of

Gov. Jerry Brown, Israeli leader Netanyahu pledge greater cooperation

 MOUNTAIN VIEW — Gov. Jerry Brown and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu came to the heart of the Silicon Valley on Wednesday and signed a deal that would promote trade and joint research between the Jewish state and California. The ceremony at the Computer History Museum was the latest international agreement signed by Brown, who led a trade mission