California Adds 15 New Gun-related Laws Including a Much More Broadly Defined “Red Flag” Law

California Adds 15 New Gun-related Laws Including a Much More Broadly Defined “Red Flag” Law By Sean Walton California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom signed 15 gun-related bills into law Friday, tightening the state’s already-stringent Second Amendment restrictions. One of the bills, which expands a so-called “red flag” law to allow co-workers, employers and educators to seek gun violence restraining orders against firearms owners they fear are a danger to themselves and others, was vetoed twice by Newsom’s predecessor, Jerry Brown. Newsom also signed a companion bill allowing the gun violence…

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California to “Solve” Homeless Problem by Throwing Homeless People in Prison

California to “Solve” Homeless Problem by Throwing Homeless People in Prison By Matt Agorist Bakersfield, CA — There is no doubt that California is experiencing a homeless crisis. In certain parts of the state, the homeless problem has turned into a public health issue as well, as many homeless people struggling with addiction have resorted to using public sidewalks as personal toilets. But the only solution that government seems to want offer is more police state. Officials in Bakersfield just announced that they will be solving their homeless problem by…

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Oakland City Council Bans Facial Recognition

Oakland City Council Bans Facial Recognition By Michael Maharrey Yesterday, the Oakland City Council gave final approval for a ban of facial recognition technology by the city. The new ordinance not only increases privacy in Oakland; it also takes a step toward limiting a massive federal surveillance program. The ordinance prohibits Oakland government agencies, including police, from “acquiring, obtaining, retaining, requesting, or accessing” facial recognition technology. The ban includes accessing information obtained through facial recognition technology used by agencies outside of the city. The ordinance defines facial recognition as “an automated or…

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Cities Unveil Unethical Homeless Reporting, While LA Pushes Anti-Homeless Law

Cities Unveil Unethical Homeless Reporting, While LA Pushes Anti-Homeless Law By Aaron Kesel The cities of San Francisco and Seattle are testing a new way to report homeless encampments or “tent cities” via dialing 311 or using an app. Meanwhile, LA lawmakers are pushing to ban homeless people from parks, schools, and other designated areas, LA Times reported. Snitch On Homeless People, See Someone Say Something: Residents of Seattle can now report homeless encampments quickly and remotely, providing citizens the ability to send a report directly to a corresponding city…

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5G Is Bad For Bees. California Video Provides Sad Evidence.

5G Is Bad For Bees. California Video Provides Sad Evidence. By B.N. Frank Last month a new one-page flyer was released to provide information about how bees are harmed by exposure to 5G and other sources of cell phone and wireless radiation. This new video posted on YouTube seems to document that 5G cell towers are causing bees to die underneath them:  Register Now for The 5G Crisis: Awareness & Accountability Summit. Online and FREE from August 26 – September 1, 2019. In February, telecom industry executives provided congressional…

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YouTube Terminates Account of Sacramento Family Fighting Verizon 5G Small Cell Tower Installed Next to Children’s Bedroom

YouTube Terminates Account of Sacramento Family Fighting Verizon 5G Small Cell Tower Installed Next to Children’s Bedroom By B.N. Frank Few people in Sacramento have signed up for 5G.  Many want it gone, including the Davidson family who had a small cell tower installed next to their home.  They have been very public about experiencing symptoms of Microwave Sickness and Electromagnetic Sensitivity from exposure.  According to the family’s GoFundMe page, YouTube has now cancelled their account.   You can also visit the family’s blog 5G Awareness Now here. The Telecom…

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California Is Launching a Creepy “Cradle to Career” Data System to Track EVERYTHING About Children

California Is Launching a Creepy “Cradle to Career” Data System to Track EVERYTHING About Children By Daisy Luther Just in case we haven’t provided you with enough creepy dystopian news lately, the nation’s leader in Creepy Dystopia, California, has a brand new program. The “Cradle to Career Data System” will study and document everything about a child born in the state. But don’t worry, it’s for your children’s own good. What the heck is the “Cradle to Career Data System”? Beginning at birth and stalking the child until he or…

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City Announces Cops to Begin Arresting People for Being Homeless in the Wrong Part of Town

City Announces Cops to Begin Arresting People for Being Homeless in the Wrong Part of Town By Matt Agorist Orange County, CA — The war on homelessness has reached unprecedented heights this week as officials in California announced that they will begin arresting people in certain ares for the sole factor of being homeless. The announcement comes after a series of lawsuits were settled to get a handle on Orange County’s homeless problem. For the mere act of being homeless in the wrong part of town, cops can now arrest…

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California Committee Approves Measure to Create Banking Alternative for Cannabis Industry, Bypass Federal Reserve

California Committee Approves Measure to Create Banking Alternative for Cannabis Industry, Bypass Federal Reserve By Michael Maharrey Last week, a second California Assembly committee unanimously passed a bill that would establish limited state-chartered banks to serve the cannabis industry. Final passage of this legislation would remove a major federal roadblock in front of the developing industry in the state and further nullify federal prohibition in practice. Sen. Bob Hertzberg, (D-Van Nuys), along with a bipartisan coalition of eight cosponsors, filed Senate Bill 51 (SB51) on Dec. 4.  The legislation would create a…

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Citizens Now Charged with a Crime for Repairing Their Own Car in Their Own Garage

Citizens Now Charged with a Crime for Repairing Their Own Car in Their Own Garage By Matt Agorist Residents in Sacramento face fines upwards of $500 for repairing their own car in their own driveway thanks to a tyrannical law. In the land of the free, every day, local governments and municipalities trample the rights of citizens to do with their own property what they wish. Over the years we’ve seen people face jail time for the length of their grass, arrested for windmills, and even ticketed for growing food.…

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