CA Attorney General Nominee: No First Amendment Rights for Religious Organizations

During questioning at a legislative hearing at the state capitol earlier this week, California’s Attorney General nominee shockingly claimed First Amendment religious liberty protections only apply to individuals not organizations. Nominee Xavier Becerra made the statement in response to questions from Assemblyman James Gallagher, who asked Becerra what he thought…

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Parental Rights Still Under Fire in California

In June of 2015, the Governor of California approved SB 277 which effectively eliminated all non-medical vaccination exemptions, essentially forcing parents to vaccinate their children. The law strong arms parents and strips them of their fundamental right to direct the health care of their children and instead hands over that…

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California Lawmakers Try to Fix Dangerous Prop 64 with New Ban on Smoking Pot While Driving

Last week, California lawmakers announced an intention to introduce a bill to prohibit smoking marijuana while operating a vehicle, boat or aircraft.  California’s recently-passed law legalizing marijuana usage, Proposition 64, prohibits having an open container of marijuana in a vehicle while driving.  However, smoking while driving is not specifically prohibited.…

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Liberty University Plans to Build On-Campus Shooting Range

After recently permitting students to keep concealed weapons on campus, Liberty University is seeking a permit to build an on-campus shooting range.  The facility would be the first NRA-approved on-campus shooting range in the United States.   NRA-compliant: Liberty University to build nation's first on-campus firing range https://t.co/RjNvN8gmss pic.twitter.com/TCgF8DzRYV —…

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