Controversial: California to release some 76,000 violent prisoners

U.S. 05/01/21, 18:01

A new initiative led by California's Governor Gavin Newsom, supported by leftist Democrats, announced the early release of tens of thousands of prison inmates, including violent and repeat offenders. The 76,000 eligible for release includes at least 20,000 life-sentenced inmates. The new rules, which were announced overnight and without warning, go ...

California: Officials sued for wanting to vaccinate children in secret

News 04/30/21, 16:46

Human rights attorney Leigh Dundas, a resident of Orange County, California, defended children whom school officials wanted to have vaccinated against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus without their parents' knowledge.  Dundas accused Health Agency Director Dr. Clayton Chau and Superintendent of Schools Al Mijares of trying to "find a way ...

Caitlyn Jenner, former male Olympic athlete and father of the Kardashians launches bid for California governor

U.S. 04/23/21, 18:23

Caitlyn Jenner, who until 2015 was known as Bruce Jenner, a medal-winning, record-breaking Olympic decathlete, officially launched her candidacy for governor of California for the Republican Party. During the recall of the current Democratic governor, Gavin Newsom, for poor performance, Jenner's candidacy within the Republican party, which tends to be conservative, ...

Stanford University sued for doing experiments on fingers of aborted babies and mice

U.S. 04/21/21, 23:33

A federal complaint filed Tuesday against Stanford University, California, includes disturbing details about how scientists are using the fingers of aborted babies and other body parts in taxpayer-funded experiments. A nonprofit association filed the federal complaint alleging that Stanford University failed to disclose funding for research involving human fetal tissue and ...

Supreme Court ends California’s restrictions on religious gatherings in homes

U.S. 04/10/21, 19:34

In a split decision, the Supreme Court ruled against regulations imposed by California Democratic officials through which they have limited religious worship in homes, including group Bible studies and prayer meetings, putting First Amendment rights at risk. The court's order released Friday night is the latest in a recent series of ...