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State workers get pay raise

How’s your pay raise going in the private sector? Woops! Didn’t get one? Well, you should have joined the public sector and lived off those who actually produce something. July 1 saw a pay raise for state employees. And of

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Federal judge confuses Declaration with Constitution

You can’t make this stuff up. Why do we have to live under the rule of people who don’t know the difference between the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution? Here’s the story from Breitbart: “A federal judge struck down Virginia’s ban

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American independence is still relevant

July 4, 2013 By Katy Grimes As a young child, I was fortunate to be able to live in Newport, Rhode Island, the first British colony in America to formally declare its independence, and the first state to  guarantee freedom of religion. We

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Bring on the Browndoggle!

July 9, 2012 By John Seiler I’m enjoying the fight over the California High-Speed Rail boondoggle. It’s also called the Browndoggle because it’s Gov. Jerry Brown’s attempt to surpass the public-works projects, such as the California State Water Project and

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Feds Own Almost Half of Calif.

John Seiler: According to the Declaration if Independence, America consists of “Free and Independent States”; 13 originally, 50 today. Except that the centralized tyranny in Washington, D.C. owns 45.3 percent of the land in California. That’s better than the 84.5

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CA Declaration of Independence 2011

JULY 4, 2011 By WAYNE LUSVARDI CALIFORNIA CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 13 Introduced by Senators Cannella, Berryhill, Emmerson, and Harman … Senate Constitutional Amendment No. 13 …relating to public employees’ benefits. In California, July 4, 2011, A DECLARATION … in the State

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