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Taxpayers Fleeing California Take $8.8 Billion In Gross Income to Other States

By Tom Ozimek California, with its relatively large tax burden compared to other states, has seen a taxpayer exodus in recent years and, along with it, billions in taxable gross income. State-to-state migration data recently released by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) shows that California lost an estimated net 70,534 households—or 165,355 taxpayers and their dependents—in the years 2017-2018, with those […]

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Californians to Lose Congressional Seat

By Tim Shaler The results of the 2020 census are in, and California is going to lose a congressional seat. The state will only be sending 52 members to the U.S. House of Representatives after the 2022 elections, down from the 53 it sent following the 2020 elections. For the first time since it gained statehood, California is losing an electoral vote […]

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California Officials, Biden-Linked Firm Coordinated With Big Tech to Censor Election Posts: Judicial Watch

By Isabel Van Brugen California officials colluded with Big Tech to censor social media posts in the United States during the 2020 presidential election, government watchdog group Judicial Watch announced Tuesday. The findings come after Judicial Watch received 540 pages and a further four pages of documents from the office of the Secretary of State of California in response to an open records request, […]

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California City Mayor Pro Tem Resigns After Pleading Guilty to Election Fraud

By Jack Phillips The mayor pro tem of a Northern California city resigned after he pleaded guilty to election fraud, according to local reports last week. Crescent City Mayor Pro Tem Alex Campbell entered the plea to making a false declaration of candidacy in Del Norte County’s Superior Court, according to the city’s clerk’s office, as reported local news outlet Wild […]

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Supreme Court Ruling Clears Way for Indoor Worship Services in California

By Zachary Stieber The Supreme Court on Friday ruled that California officials cannot bar churches from holding indoor services amid the CCP virus pandemic. The nation’s top court issued orders in two cases, siding with churches that had protested the state banning indoor services. But the court did not agree to strike down prohibitions on singing and chanting during […]

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California Officials Say the State’s Unemployment Benefits Fraud Could Top $11 Billion

By GQ Pan California may have sent out as much as $11 billion in pandemic unemployment benefits to fraudsters, officials said Monday. According to a press release (pdf), California’s Employment Development Department (EDD) has processed 19.5 million claims and paid out $114 billion in unemployment benefits since March 2020, when the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic hit the […]

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California Becomes First State to Surpass 2 Million COVID Cases Despite Strictest Lockdown Measures

By Katabella Roberts California has seen a surge in CCP virus cases despite imposing some of the strictest lockdown measures of any state in the United States. The state became the first to record 2 million confirmed coronavirus cases, reaching the milestone on Christmas Eve as nearly the entire state was under a strict stay-at-home order. As of Dec. […]

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Supreme Court Orders Review of California Restrictions on Churches

By Zachary Stieber The Supreme Court on Thursday ordered a review of restrictions the state of California has imposed on churches amid the COVID-19 pandemic. In an unsigned order, justices said the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit should reconsider a lawsuit brought by Harvest Rock Church against California Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, over his harsh restrictions. Justices said […]

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California Governor Violated the Constitution With Mail Ballot Order: Judge

By Zachary Stieber California Gov. Gavin Newsom exceeded his authority and violated the state Constitution with an executive order that let all Californians vote by mail if they wanted to. Sutter County Superior Court Judge Sarah Heckman ruled Friday that the order, N-67-20, “improperly amended existing statutory law, exceeding the governor’s authority and violating the separation of powers.” The […]

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