From California Legislative Review

Academia Must Wake Up to Sophisticated Chinese Espionage Threat By James V. Lacy on Jun 23, 2020 07:00 am Amidst the frivolity of frat houses, football games and spring break parties lies a far more serious concern on America’s college campuses. “China’s Communist Party uses American professors and Chinese national students as ‘nontraditional collectors’ of …

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BLM racist, per Muhammad Ali’s son

MUHAMMAD ALI’S SON CALLS BLACK LIVES MATTER ‘RACIST’, SAYS DAD WOULD BE AGAINST MOVEMENT On the fourth anniversary of his father’s death, Muhammad Ali’s son claims that his father would have been against Black Lives Matter, and called the movement “racist” and protestors “evils.” Muhammad Ali was against racism all his life, but his son …

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The myth of the peaceful protester

The mainstream propaganda outlets have made much of the supposed injustice of the forces of law and order exercising violent repression on so called “peaceful protesters”.  This is done to de-legitimize the police, the national guard and the authority of the State.  An excellent example is provided by the coverage of the eviction of protesters …

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The court rules against Newsom – but …

Thank you for your donations in this challenging time. We appreciate your support  so that we can continue working to assure that your vote counts.   CLEARING UP THE CONFUSION Court Ruling against Newsom vs AB 860 by: Ruth Weiss, EIPCa  Director  of  Legislative  Oversight, ruthweiss@eip-ca.com EIPCa is receiving many contacts rejoicing in the court ruling blocking Governor …

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Smorgasbord from Pasadena

The following from View Points published in Pasadena. Dear Readers of View Points, I have been receiving emails and phone calls airing well-expressed (and legitimate) fears about the shattering of norms we’ve historically relied upon for equilibrium in our lives. This past week I was told (bluntly) by a weapons safety instructor to expect the …

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