CA Superior Court Judge Issues Permanent Injunction Against Gov. Newsom's Unconstitutionl Orders

By Cristina Laila

Gavin Newsom

California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) for the past 8 months has imposed some of the most abusive and authoritarian Covid restrictions via executive orders.

Newsom is a tyrant who has completely bypassed the state legislature and unilaterally locked down California with 57 executive orders!

Sutter County Superior Court Judge Sarah Heckman ruled one of the Covid executive orders issued by Newsom related to mail-in ballots overstepped his authority and encroached on the state legislature.

City of Branson contemplates Draconian Face Mask Ordinance with 90 days in Jail.(Update)

by Allen Williams

Lest there be any sanctuary to escape Covid-19 restrictions the city of Branson, MO vacation center of America is now the center of a draconian face mask ordinance No. 5837 amounting to 3 months incarceration. From the July 16th, 2020 meeting record, listen to person after person's strong objections to this policy including one young woman's account of masks violating OSHA standards starting at about time 2:15. First speaker a virologist/Pastor begins at 1:27:

Update 8/2/2020:

The face mask ordinance passed in the July 28, 2020 special session of the Branson Commissars. The amendment is a PERMANENT addition to the city's bylaws; most of the public's comments were ignored. The mask requirement is in effect until August 30th, 2020 after which a simple alderman vote extends it for another 30 days. Since the law can impose a 3 month jail sentence for not wearing a mask, it is expected that the mask requirement will be continuously extended past November. If you have a preexisting health condition as one of the ladies who commented at the 7/28 public hearings does, the police will not listen to your objections, instead you will be TICKETED and then you can tell it to the Branson court for $31.50 court costs minimum. There is nothing mentioned in the ordinance about having a document other than from a medical practitioner stating that you should not wear a mask. But my guess is you won't be able to just show it to the cop, you'll have to present it in court as often as the cops ticket you. As I stated earlier, cities are always looking for new revenue sources. Also the city is encouraging residents to 'rat' on their fellow Americans for not wearing a mask, a common procedure of the East German STACI.



One of the early speakers during the public response time, beginning at time 1:40: Rep candidate Brian Sykes says people will not come back to Branson and businesses stand to lose $100,000. Compares the ordinance to what was done in Germany.

At time 1:46, another Pastor discusses the communist template being overlaid on American Society using fear of the Covid-19 pandemic. The CDC has played with the numbers, cites how govt is eroding freedom year by year.

At about time 2:09 local area Newspaper editor speaks concerning the reliability of Govt data being found untrustworthy. Cites individual who was falsely told he was covid-19 positive and sent to the hospital and there DIED from a lung punctured by a ventilator.

Christina Smith at time 2:15 talks about ideological subversion from communism. Notes that No END DATE on the Branson ORDINANCE exists. Also discusses OSHA standards on breathable oxygen. Shortness of oxygen creates hypercapnia which suppresses the immune system, lowers O2 levels causing calcification of arteries and triggers pulmonary issues.

Next lady speaker beginning at time 2:30 tells the Branson Commissars that they will be thrown out if they approve the mask ordinance. Bravo!

July 28, 2020 will see the 2nd attempt by the Branson Board of Commissars to pass this draconian ordinance.





Teacher Suspended After ‘Morality Test’ Goes Awry With Incest, Puppy-Killing Questions

by Jack Davis


After an Ohio parent blew the whistle on a morality test given to a high school class, the Hilliard City School District sent the teacher who gave the test to time out.

Students were given a 36-question test about various ethical situations in which they were asked to choose what actions were OK and which were not.

But the questions, given to a 10th-grade language arts class at Hilliard Bradley High School, crossed a line as far as parent Todd Sandberg was concerned, The Columbus Dispatch reported.

Sandberg said the test was graded in a way that it would tell students their “moral foundation” and their political leanings.

“What does the teacher need to know that information for?” he asked. “The questions are so out of line for high school language arts.”

Some questions asked about typical conflicts and dilemmas, but some were more disturbing and involved sex and violence.

One question talked about a scenario in which “A man kills a baby rabbit with a knife” on a live TV show. As with all the questions, students had to grade the comment on a scale from “Not OK” to “OK.”

In another instance, according to Fox News, students were asked to respond to this statement: “Using both a condom and a pill, a brother and a sister decide that they want to sleep with each other — just once, to see what it would be like.”

“Sarah’s dog has four puppies,” another scenario read, according to Fox News. “She can only find a home for two of them, so she kills the other two with a stone to the head.”

Sandberg pointed out the questions on a Facebook site for parents.

“My job was to point it out,” Sandberg said. “It is clearly evident that it’s out there in the public. The public eye is aware of it. I knew it was going to cause a firestorm.”

The teacher was placed on administrative leave while the district sorts out what to do next, WTTE reported.

The school district then issued a public apology, according to WTTE.

“Last night, we were made aware of a classroom activity that should never have taken place,” the district stated. “We absolutely share the outrage of our parents and community.”

The statement called the test “an isolated incident, and an activity of this nature would never be considered acceptable.”

Sandberg said the underlying issue is that parents need to talk with their children about what’s going on in school.

“Hey, parents, be on the lookout,” he said. “I love the district. This is an isolated case.”

According to the Canton Repository, documents released by the district said the teacher who gave the test is named Sarah Gillam and she has taught at the school since 2007.


Kansas Voters Do Not Want Tax Hike to Satisfy Judge's Ruling for more School Money


{And so we will shortly enter 2019 or phase infinity of the worthless Kansas legislature still having no concept of the separation of powers, a band of Beau Brummels and thespian lawyers. The public education system is a complete failure, a white elephant but the ruling judicial junta has commanded more money.  Thus the courts dictate to the erstwhile state assembly how much of the people's money must be allocated for public schools. But why stop there? Shouldn't the courts handle the whole budget and legislative process themselves? After all, they have decades of experience legislating from the bench so just deep six the legislature, it's a pathetic joke anyway. - ED}

by  Kansas Policy Institute


Legislators heading to Topeka are going to have to find a way to address a 3 billion-dollar shortfall due to a massive school funding increase brought about by the Kansas Supreme Court. However, a newly released poll, conducted on behalf of Kansas Policy Institute by SurveyUSA, found that 51% of Kansas voters do not want their legislators to add another $365 million dollars to comply with the court’s demand; only 39 percent said funding should be further increased.

James Franko, vice president, and policy director of Kansas Policy Institute remarked, “Low-income kids are more than two years’ worth of learning behind their more affluent peers and overall achievement in Kansas is depressingly stagnant. These achievement trends are especially discouraging because the Department of Education says we’re on track to soon spend over $15,000 per pupil on education. Voters clearly want that level of investment to improve achievement with accountable and efficient schools.”


Kansas voters are growing increasingly concerned about high education administration costs at the local level. A survey last year found that 78 percent of voters believe spending on out-of-the-classroom costs (administration, building operations, transportation, etc.) should be provided more efficiently on a regionalized basis, with the savings put into the classroom.  In the poll released today, the number jumped to 89 percent of Kansas voters who would like to see more efficiency within their school system. 

Franko observed, “The more voters seem to understand the reality of our achievement crisis and the increasing costs of education in Kansas the more they seem to rethink how education decisions are made.”

Calculations by Kansas Legislative Research Department show $3.7 billion revenue shortfall exists over the next four years to pay for approved and proposed school funding increases. [emphasis mine] With many assurances being made throughout the campaign cycle about school funding being met without raising taxes, legislators will be forced to specifically identify how this massive shortfall will be met. According to the newly released data, only 37% of Kansas voters are willing to pay higher taxes to close the $3 billion shortfall caused by school funding.

The latest polling data revealed that a startling number of Kansans voters are in the dark about education spending trends in Kansas. According to the SurveyUSA data, only 10% of Kansas voters understand what our Kansas school districts currently receive from taxpayer sources per student, and that has a major impact on their opinions.  For example, 93 percent of those who oppose a constitutional amendment to prevent courts from setting funding levels either don’t know how much schools receive or they believe it’s less than $10,000 per-pupil; only 7 percent of the opposition comes from voters who think funding is over $10,000 per-pupil. Similar disparities exist within voters' willingness to pay higher taxes and whether additional funding should be provided. [Why is this a surprise to anyone? A majority of college students can't name one Supreme Court justice, can't formulate a simple sentence where subject does action through a verb to an object and have no knowledge of the Constitution or it's bill of rights. What passes for education in Kansas is nothing but a PAC that gives its votes to the candidate(s) delivering the most largess. - ED}

Franko concludes, “Just like last year, roughly 60% of Kansas voters say they want to revisit how education funding decisions are made in the state. The Kansas Constitution vests all political power in citizens and those citizens seemingly understand that they, and their elected representatives, are best-suited to decide state spending priorities.”