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800 new state laws

Thursday, January 2, 2014, 1:20 pm | Randy Thomasson


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800 new laws. That’s what’s now in effect in California. The Democrats, who have firm control of California government (two-thirds of each house of the State Legislature + the governor’s office + all other statewide offices), have passed and implemented these new laws which punish parental rights, pre-born babies, gun owners, and business owners (i.e. jobs), and reward homosexuals, transsexuals, illegals, and liberal environmentalists.

For the record, Democrats have been in control of the California State Legislature for more than 50 years (with only 3 years of exception): Assembly Speakers | Senate Presidents

It’s simple how a government functions in an era of voter ignorance and political corruption. In California, Democrat legislators in control pass laws favoring government unions, the wealthy unions pay for an overwhelming number of campaign messages telling voters to support the Democrats, the voters end up electing Democrats, the Democrats’ control of the California Legislature gets stronger, and their laws are passed that you live under today and that affect jobs, prices, and families. If you don’t like the way it works, you have to do things just the opposite, right?

Which is why you should be glad this is an election year. One person can make a different for good government. How? Simply research the declared candidates online who shares your values, then contact their office to say you want to volunteer or donate or both. And be sure to get teenagers involved so they can use their energy to restore good government!

There’s so much up for grabs. This year, all of California’s statewide offices – Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, Controller, Treasurer, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Insurance Commissioner, and Lieutenant Governor will be up for grabs. So will all 80 state Assembly seats, all 53 California congressional seats, 20 of 40 state Senate seats, numerous state ballot measures, and a multitude of local candidates and ballot items.

But don’t be overwhelmed and don’t try to run away emotionally. In so many ways, people who know better have “not begun to fight.” Truly, one person can make a difference for good government, right in your own community. Why not you?