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Store Shelves Empty Again Amid Second-Wave Fear

Store Shelves Empty Again Amid Second-Wave Fear

BY JAMIE JOSEPH IRVINE, Calif.—As Orange County, California, entered the state’s most restrictive COVID-19 monitoring tier with a surge in cases, shoppers flocked to grocery stores to bulk purchase, leaving shelves empty again. The region landed in the purple tier Nov. 16, prompting Gov. Gavin Newsom to order the closure of indoor gyms and cinemas. Restaurants who are now […]

Election Integrity Project CA Ventura County reports on voter fraud concerns; California emergency voting regulations opens way for fraud

Election Integrity Project CA Ventura County reports on voter fraud concerns; California emergency voting regulations opens way for fraud

By Michael Hernandez VENTURA—Election Integrity Project California- Ventura County—a nonpartisan election watchdog group—has reported concerns regarding Dominion Voting Systems and voting software (compiled by 14 observers and tech specialists) used in the 2020 primary and general elections to Ventura County Election Clerk and Recorder Mark Lunn, several U.S. Senators and the U.S. Department of Justice. […]

IT BEGINS: Orange County, Sacramento and El Dorado County Sheriffs Will Not Enforce Gavin Newsom’s Curfew Order

IT BEGINS: Orange County, Sacramento and El Dorado County Sheriffs Will Not Enforce Gavin Newsom’s Curfew Order

By Cristina Laila California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) on Thursday issued a curfew for most California counties. The curfew will affect 41 out of 58 counties in California currently in the most restrictive “purple tier.” Earlier this week Newsom said he was looking at studies from other countries about curfews including France and Saudi Arabia. […]

Schools for Scandal

Schools for Scandal

  By Larry Sand As shown by the 2019 NAEP, most of our students are being badly shortchanged. The latest bad education news comes to us courtesy of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP). The most recent exam was administered to high school seniors in early 2019, a full year before the COVID-19 lockdowns. […]

Photos Reveal Gov. Gavin Newsom Dining Indoors, Glass Door Reportedly Had To Be Closed Because Party Was Too Loud

Photos Reveal Gov. Gavin Newsom Dining Indoors, Glass Door Reportedly Had To Be Closed Because Party Was Too Loud

Mary Margaret Olohan |Social Issues Reporter Photos show the maskless governor of California dining indoors at one of the highest-rated restaurants in the world despite his restrictive coronavirus guidelines for the citizens of California. Newsom has said the dinner party was outdoors, but FoxLA reported that the glass sliding doors had been closed, making the […]

Fullerton Joins Chorus of Orange County Cities Regulating Short-Term Rentals

Fullerton Joins Chorus of Orange County Cities Regulating Short-Term Rentals

BY JACK BRADLEY The City of Fullerton has passed a new ordinance regulating short-term rentals, joining other neighboring cities in Orange County, California, in increasing oversight of a growing market that residents say is out of control. The Fullerton City Council voted 4 to 1 to pass the measure, with the lone opponent arguing against unnecessary regulations forced by […]

Businesses Question California’s Shut Down Tactics in Solving Recent COVID-19 Surge

Businesses Question California’s Shut Down Tactics in Solving Recent COVID-19 Surge

by Matthew Kang @mattatouille  Business leaders and policy experts are now openly questioning California’s shut down policies and whether they are effective in stopping the spread of COVID-19, reports the Associated Press [via KTLA]. California has had a tiered system that allows certain counties to reopen businesses such as gyms, movie theaters, hair salons, and restaurants, depending on positivity rates, […]

California Voters Approve Billions in Local Taxes and Borrowing

California Voters Approve Billions in Local Taxes and Borrowing

    By Edward Ring In March 2020, for the first time in a generation, Californians did not approve the overwhelming majority of new tax and bond proposals that were put before them. Out of 125 proposed local bonds, only 31 percent passed; out of 111 proposed local tax increases, only 41 percent passed. Early returns from the November […]

California Judge Says Governor’s Mail Ballot Order Violated Constitution

California Judge Says Governor’s Mail Ballot Order Violated Constitution

BY ZACHARY STIEBER California Gov. Gavin Newsom exceeded his authority and violated the state Constitution with an executive order that let all residents vote by mail if they wanted to, a California judge ruled. Sutter County Superior Court Judge Sarah Heckman ruled Nov. 13 that the order, N-67-20, “improperly amended existing statutory law, exceeding the governor’s authority and violating the […]

How Many California Counties Use ‘Glitchy’ Dominion Voting System?

How Many California Counties Use ‘Glitchy’ Dominion Voting System?

*Editors Note, Ventura County Elections Office uses Dominion Voting System Do the 40 California counties which use Dominion software need to be audited? By Katy Grimes Across the country, recounts and legal challenges to vote results from November 3, 2020 Presidential Election are taking place in Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Nevada and Arizona. At issue in […]