Gun control advocates are making a new attempt to force the gun industry to comply with California’s unique law requiring individual identifiers on all bullet casings, a mandate that has been toothless since it was approved in 2007.The law requires gun manufacturers to adopt micro-stamping technology on new types of handguns introduced in California.

The intent was to imprint a unique set of microscopic characters on all cartridge casings when weapons are fired, linking bullet casings to the guns that discharged them. Continue reading “California bill aims to jumpstart ‘microstamps’ on handguns”

Off Guardian – by Torsten Engelbrecht, Dr Stefano Scoglio & Konstantin Demeter

Even the Robert Koch Institute and other health authorities cannot present decisive proof that a new virus named SARS-CoV-2 is haunting us. This alone turns the talk of dangerous viral mutations into irresponsible fearmongering and the so-called SARS-CoV-2 PCR tests definitely into a worthless venture.

In a request for a study which shows complete isolation and purification of the particles claimed to be SARS-CoV-2, Michael Laue from one of the world’s most important representatives of the COVID-19 “panicdemic,” the German Robert Koch Institute (RKI), answered that[1]: Continue reading “Phantom Virus: In search of Sars-CoV-2”


Sacramento County health officials on Tuesday said they would withdraw plans for a new ordinance aimed at enforcing health orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic with fines.

At issue during a Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday was a proposed urgency ordinance to deal with what county staff say is a small but growing number of businesses disregarding health orders as coronavirus cases surge locally and across the nation. Continue reading “Sac County health officials drop plan to enforce COVID-19 restrictions by fining businesses”

Jon Rappoport

The CDC document is titled, “CDC 2019-Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Real-Time RT-PCR Diagnostic Panel.” It is dated July 13, 2020.

Buried deep in the document, on page 39, in a section titled, “Performance Characteristics,” we have this: “Since no quantified virus isolates of the 2019-nCoV are currently available, assays [diagnostic tests] designed for detection of the 2019-nCoV RNA were tested with characterized stocks of in vitro transcribed full length RNA…” Continue reading “The Smoking Gun: Where is the coronavirus? The CDC says it isn’t available.”

California Globe – by Evan Symon

Earlier this week, Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law a bill that requires newer model handguns in California to be microstamped.

Gun manufacturers and firearm advocates denounced the decision, noting that it not only violates Second Amendment rights and would increase black market activity and and non-registered weapons in the state, but would also hurt economically during a time of economic downturn. Continue reading “Firearm Microstamping Bill Signed By Gov. Newsom”


Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday signed a bill that makes more income-eligible undocumented Californians able to get a tax credit designed for low-income earners.

Assembly Bill 1876 expands access to the California Earned Income Tax Credit, or CalEITC. Under the legislation, “all California tax filers, specifically undocumented ITIN filers who are otherwise eligible, may qualify for the CalEITC and the Young Child Tax Credit,” Newsom’s administration said in a releaseContinue reading “Newsom signs bill making more undocumented Californians eligible for tax break”

The Drive – by Tyler Rogoway

One of our readers reached out early this evening—September 1st, 2020—letting me know he saw a formation of four MH-6 Little Birds flying in tight formation over Interstate 5 near downtown Los Angeles. I joked at the time that it will be just a matter of hours until people start freaking out due to the urban training operations they were likely about to execute. Just like clockwork, a few hours after the sun had set, the social media posts began emerging. People couldn’t understand what they were seeing, and how can you blame them? Watching blacked-out little helicopters, most of which usually run with no lights, ripping low over rooftops, landing on tall buildings and quickly departing, and even flying down city streets, is certainly concerning—any action movie will tell you that. But the reality is that it’s only the world’s best helicopter pilots that are tasked with the hardest missions practicing to fight future wars and to respond to terrorist incidents in what the Pentagon has dubbed ‘megacities.’  Continue reading “Here’s What All Those Black Helicopters Were Doing Zipping Around Los Angeles Last Night”

Good Day CW 31

PLACERVILLE (CBS13) — Another El Dorado County restaurant was ordered to shut down after flagrantly refusing to follow mask and social distancing rules.

The county environmental agency suspended the health permit of Danette’s Brick Oven Pub this week. Continue reading “3rd El Dorado County Business Defies State Orders, Refuses To Shut Down”

Good Day CW 31

EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) — The owners of two El Dorado County restaurants have lost their health permits after openly defying state health rules.

Café El Dorado and Apple Bistro face hundreds of dollars in fines, but the owners said they won’t close. Customers said they’ll keep coming if the doors stay open. Continue reading “2 El Dorado County Restaurants Lose Health Permits And Face Fines But Vow To Stay Open”


Sacramento County sheriff’s deputies have seized a gun and other items from an Orangevale man, saying he is a white supremacist who is a danger to others, officials said Tuesday.

Andrew Richard Casarez, 27, had his 9 mm pistol taken away from him July 15 after an anonymous group outed him as a white supremacist, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office said.  Continue reading “Sacramento County officials ID man as white supremacist, seize gun”

ABC News 7

FRESNO, Calif. — They look like your typical caught-on-camera moments – thieves taking advantage of a crime of opportunity.

But as Visalia Police Lt. Ron Epp shows us, it’s what the homeowners did next, that landed them in jail.  Continue reading “Visalia couple baited thieves, recorded beating them with bat, police say”


A security guard, a man and an “aggressive” dog were hurt by shrapnel after a Sacramento officer fired his weapon at the animal Wednesday night outside a Safeway store, police said.

Just before 7 p.m., the security guard called over an officer and said there was a man causing a disturbance who refused to leave the property at 19th and S streets in midtown, according to the Sacramento Police Department.  Continue reading “3 injured after Sacramento officer shoots at dog outside Safeway”


The California attorney general’s office urged a state appeals court Thursday to refrain from ordering it to review and publicly release a massive trove of records documenting investigations into police shootings, use-of-force incidents and officer misconduct.

Lawyers for Attorney General Xavier Becerra said a transparency law that took effect this year never intended for his office to commit the extraordinary resources needed to vet so many records. They sought to reverse a lower court’s order to turn over the records to news organizations that sued his office.  Continue reading “Battle over police records reaches California appeals court”

CBS Sacramento

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday signed a law that will make the state the first to allow employers, co-workers and teachers to seek gun violence restraining orders against other people.

The bill was vetoed twice by former governor Jerry Brown, a Democrat, and goes beyond a measure that he signed allowing only law enforcement officers and immediate family members to ask judges to temporarily take away peoples’ guns when they are deemed a danger to themselves or others.  Continue reading “Gov. Newsom Signs Gun Violence Prevention Law”

KCRA 3 – by Don Thompson

A California appeals court says it’s legal to have small amounts of marijuana in prison – so long as inmates don’t inhale.

The 3rd District Court of Appeal ruled that California voters legalized recreational possession of less than an ounce (28 grams) of cannabis in 2016, with no exception even for those behind bars.  Continue reading “California court: Prison pot is OK — if inmates don’t inhale”