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Newsom Wants Californians To Wear 2 Masks; Will Not Follow “Terrible Mistake” Being Made Texas, Florida

Newsom Wants Californians To Wear 2 Masks; Will Not Follow “Terrible Mistake” Being Made Texas, Florida

By Tom Tapp “We will be doubling down on mask wearing,” said California Governor Gavin Newsom on Thursday, “not arguing to follow the example of Texas and other states that I think are making a terrible mistake.” It’s the second time this week that Newsom, a Democrat, has ripped the actions of his Republican counterpart Greg Abbott of Texas. Just minutes after Newsom announced on Tuesday […]

Your Right to Refuse a Health Passport

Your Right to Refuse a Health Passport

Jenin Younes  At a press conference this afternoon, New York’s now disgraced Governor Andrew Cuomo provided details of the health passport program he had announced a day prior. The scheme should send chills down the spine of anyone who believes in the importance of civil liberties and the integrity of the individual. In order to attend events […]

Exclusive — Sources: Alabama to Join Texas, Mississippi, Florida, Others in Eliminating Mask Mandates this Week

Exclusive — Sources: Alabama to Join Texas, Mississippi, Florida, Others in Eliminating Mask Mandates this Week

By MATTHEW BOYLE and KYLE MORRIS Alabama will become one of the next states to eliminate a government-imposed mandate that requires people wear masks in public, sources close to the matter told Breitbart News. A source familiar with state deliberations confirmed that as soon as Friday but definitely in the coming days. Alabama will join several other […]

Newsom: California mulls using vaccine rates to help determine county tiers

Newsom: California mulls using vaccine rates to help determine county tiers

By Hope Miller LONG BEACH, Calif. — During a news conference in Long Beach on Wednesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom said that changes could be coming soon to California’s tiered reopening system as more COVID-19 vaccines are administered. “There are conversations that we’ve been having with county local health officers and other local elected officials around the […]

California lawmakers call for rollback on business taxes

California lawmakers call for rollback on business taxes

Ted O’Neil | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – A group of 25 California legislators is seeking to restore net operating loss deductions and business incentive tax credits in the state’s new budget. The lawmakers laid out their reasoning in a letter sent to the chairs of the of the Assembly Budget Committee […]

CD26 Brownley Trying to Justify Her Impeachment Vote

CD26 Brownley Trying to Justify Her Impeachment Vote

GUEST EDITORIAL By Mark Savalla Response to Julia Brownley letter originally published in the Ventura County Star. Recently Julia Brownley attempted to explain why she voted to impeach President Trump for the second time. (https://juliabrownley.house.gov/rep-julia-brownley-why-i-voted-to-impeach-the-president-again) I had to ask myself: why would an elected official have to explain their vote? Was it because there was an […]

CA Gov. Gavin Newsom Rips Texas Counterpart Greg Abbott For Lifting Mask Requirement: “Absolutely Reckless”

CA Gov. Gavin Newsom Rips Texas Counterpart Greg Abbott For Lifting Mask Requirement: “Absolutely Reckless”

By Tom Tapp Just minutes after California announced that seven counties — including San Francisco — were being allowed to reopen further due to falling Covid-19 numbers, Governor Gavin Newsom excoriated a Tuesday decision by Texas Governor Greg Abbott to lift that state’s mask mandate. Sharing an Associated Press story on Twitter, Newsom wrote simply, “Absolutely reckless. Absolutely reckless. https://t.co/3O5GsbSLpM — Gavin Newsom (@GavinNewsom) March […]

Supreme Court Hears First Case Regarding Voting Laws Since Election

Supreme Court Hears First Case Regarding Voting Laws Since Election

ANDREW TRUNSKY CONTRIBUTOR The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments about Arizona’s election laws Tuesday, marking the first time the justices were presented with a case on voting laws since the 2020 election. The twin cases cover two laws that prohibited ballots cast in the wrong precinct from being counted and blocked anybody except a family member […]

Landowners sue Fish and Wildlife over critical habitat designation

Landowners sue Fish and Wildlife over critical habitat designation

A group of Alabama landowners filed a lawsuit today challenging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s designation of their property as critical habitat—a decision that substantially reduces their property’s value, triggers burdensome regulatory requirements, and penalizes them for their past conservation efforts.    For generations, the Skipper family has owned forested land in Clarke County, Alabama, which they manage for high-quality timber production and conservation. For 60 years the land […]

Update: 99.9% of California Passes Newsom’s K-6 Reopening Threshold; School Districts Set Tentative Reopening Dates With Teachers Unions in the Way

Update: 99.9% of California Passes Newsom’s K-6 Reopening Threshold; School Districts Set Tentative Reopening Dates With Teachers Unions in the Way

By Brandon Ristoff CLICK HERE to see which benchmarks your county has passed this week. On February 23, the California Department of Public Health’s released their updated Blueprint for a Safer Economy. With this new update, fifty-five out of fifty-eight counties, which covers 99.9% of the Californian population, have reached Newsom’s K-6 school reopening threshold. Five new […]

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