WHY BEN SHAPIRO IS LEAVING CALIFORNIA

WHY BEN SHAPIRO IS LEAVING CALIFORNIA

Ben Shapiro: I’m leaving California – here’s why

My family and my company are leaving California.

It’s heartbreaking.

My parents moved to California four decades ago. I grew up here. For 33 of the 36 years I’ve spent on this planet, I’ve lived here.

I was born at St. Joseph’s in Burbank; I attended elementary school at Edison Elementary; I went to college at UCLA.

I co-founded a major media company here, with 75 employees in Los Angeles. I met my wife here; all three of my kids are native Californians.

This is the most beautiful state in the country. The climate is incredible. The scenery is amazing. The people are generally warm and there’s an enormous amount to do.

And we’re leaving.

We’re leaving because all the benefits of California have steadily eroded — and then suddenly collapsed.

Meanwhile, all the costs of California have steadily increased — and then suddenly skyrocketed.

It can be difficult to spot the incremental encroachment of a terrible disease, but once the final ravages set in, it becomes obvious that the illness is fatal.

HIS FAMILIES SAFETY

I want my kids to grow up safe. I want them to grow up in a community with a future, with more freedom and safety than I grew up with. California makes that impossible.

So, too, with California, where bad governance has turned a would-be paradise into a burgeoning dystopia.

When my family moved to North Hollywood, I was 11. We lived in a safe, clean suburb. Yes, Los Angeles had serious crime and homelessness problems, but those were problems relegated to pockets of the city — problems that, with good governance, we thought could eventually be healed. Instead, the government allowed those problems to metastasize.

HOMELESS OUT OF CONTROL

As of 2011, Los Angeles County counted less than 40,000 homeless; as of 2020, that number had skyrocketed to 66,000. Suburban areas have become the sites of homeless encampments.

Nearly every city underpass hosts a tent city; the city, in its kindness, has put out port-a-potties to reduce the possibility of COVID-19 spread.

Police are forbidden in most cases from either moving transients or even moving their garbage. Nearly every public space in Los Angeles has become a repository for open waste, needles and trash.

The most beautiful areas of Los Angeles, from Santa Monica beach to my suburb, have become wrecks.

INDECENT BEHAVIOURS ARE TOLERATED

My children have personally witnessed drug use, public urination and public nudity.

Looters were allowed free reign in the middle of the city during the Black Lives Matter riots; Rodeo Drive was closed at 1 p.m., and citizens were curfewed at 6 p.m.

MASS RELEASE OF INMATES

To combat these trends, local and state governments have gamed the statistics, reclassifying offenses and letting prisoners go free.

Meanwhile, the police have become targets for public ire. In July, the city of Los Angeles slashed police funding, cutting the force to its lowest levels in over a decade.

TAXES

At the same time, taxes have risen. California’s top marginal income tax rate is now 13.3%; legislators want to raise it to 16.8%. California is also home to a 7.25% sales tax, a 50-cent gas tax and a bevy of other taxes that drain the wallet and burden business.

California has the worst regulatory climate in America, according to CEO magazine’s survey of 650 CEOs. The public-sector unions essentially make public policy, running up the debt while providing fewer and fewer actual services.

EDUCATION SYSTEM

California’s public education system is a massive failure, and even its once-great colleges are now burdened by the stupidities of political correctness, including an unwillingness to use standardized testing.

And still, the state legislature is dominated by Democrats. California is not on a trajectory toward recovery; it is on a trajectory toward oblivion.

Taxpayers are moving out — now including my family and my company. In 2019, before the pandemic and the widespread rioting and looting, outmigration jumped 38%, rising for the seventh straight year. That number will increase again this year.

I want my kids to grow up safe. I want them to grow up in a community with a future, with more freedom and safety than I grew up with. California makes that impossible.

So, goodbye, Golden State. Thanks for the memories.

DAWG SAYS: LIKE MYSELF AND MANY OTHERS CALIFORNIA HAS NOTHING TO OFFER THAN MAYBE A SHORT VISIT IN THE OFF-FIRE SEASON.


NFL RATINGS A BIT OF HISTORY

NFL RATINGS A BIT OF HISTORY

Average per game TV viewership of NFL games in the United States 2010-2019

The National Football League is celebrating another victory as the league finished its 100th regular season,

With a 5% gain in average viewership compared to last season, according to data provided to CNBC.

For the second consecutive season, the NFL increased its average TV viewership, improving to 16.5 million per game,

And expecting to finish with more than 180 million in total viewers for the 2019 regular season.

Last year, the league averaged 15.8 million viewers and league games finished with 46 of the top 50 telecasts during the season.

This season, NFL games finished with 47 of the top 50 telecasts.

The rebound in viewership certainly helps the league as it is hoping to renegotiate media deals with TV partners CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN and DirecTV.

Dating back to the 2016 season, the league suffered a fall in ratings and even experienced a 9.7% drop in viewership for the 2017 season.

The controversy surrounding players kneeling during the national anthem,

Which led to political criticism mostly from President Donald Trump, was partly to blame for the ratings decline.

But one network executive added that the lack of stars hurt ratings, too.

NFL RATINGS A BIT OF HISTORY AND THE DECLINE

The departure of quarterback Peyton Manning,

Who retired after he led the Denver Broncos to a 24-10 win over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50,

Was also described as a blow to NFL television ratings, the executive, who asked not to be identified, said.

The belief is Manning’s star power and likability among NFL fans allowed networks to benefit from ratings,

As games involving the Indianapolis Colts, where Manning played from 1998-2011, and the Broncos were highly rated contests.

After Manning’s exit, national games featuring the two teams no longer appealed to NFL audiences, the executive said.

Currently, the league is benefiting from younger stars like Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, an MVP candidate.

The network executive said Kansas City Chiefs games also finished strong, as those games featured star quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

The Dallas Cowboys continue to be a TV hit, too.

The Cowboys’ 26-15 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Thanksgiving Day averaged 32.6 million viewers,

The most-viewed NFL game this season, with their 13-9 loss in Week 12 to the New England Patriots averaging 29.5 million viewers, the second most-viewed contest.

Last season the Cowboys were also featured in the most-viewed NFL game (averaged 30.5 million), a 31-23 victory over the Washington Redskins in Week 12.

Sunday night delight

NBC Sports Group released its ratings for the 2019 season,

Announcing average viewership for the Sunday Night Football package reached 20.5 million,

Its highest for the series since 2015, and up from 19.6 million in 2018, the network said, providing data from Nielsen in its media release.

The regular season finale between the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks, which determined the NFC West title,

Averaged 23.3 million viewers, helping SNF retain its dominance as the No. 1 primetime show on TV for the ninth consecutive year.

“With exciting games featuring compelling new stars emerging at quarterback,

Coupled with veterans at the position who rank among the best in history,

we’ve had a terrific season with viewership increases across the board,” Pete Bevacqua, president of NBC Sports Group, said in a statement.

DAWG SAYS: ME PERSONALLY, I AM TIRED OF THESE RICH PLAYERS ON THE FIELD WHO DO NOT HAVE A CLUE,

SHOULD JUST GO BACK AND DO WHAT THEY ARE PAID TO DO,

AND QUIT TRYING TO BE THE SOCIAL CONSCIENCE OF THE COUNTRY.

AND I COULD CARE LESS ABOUT THE NFL ANYMORE EITHER.


TED CRUZ DISCUSSES GRAPEFRUITS

TED CRUZ DISCUSSES GRAPEFRUITS

OUTRAGE ON THE LEFT AFTER CRUZ SAYS

LIBERAL MEN NEVER GROW BALLS

Ted Cruz is already known as one of the most outspoken conservatives in American politics.

He once figuratively dunked on liberal talking head Jimmy Kimmel in a basketball game.

Now Cruz has turned his attention towards Trevor Noah.

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The host of the daily show went on a tirade about gender reveal parties after a pyrotechnic device caused a massive fire.

Noah said: “Like given everything we’re learning about gender, gender reveal parties should only happen when the child is old enough to know their actual gender, and to pitch in some cash for the fire damage.”

Cruz responded on Twitter: “A fair point. Many liberal males never grow balls….”

TED CRUZ DISCUSSES GRAPEFRUITS IN LIBERAL MEN

The Hill has more on Cruz’s statements:

Republican Sen. Ted Cruz (Texas) on Friday responded to a tweet about a segment on gender reveal parties from Trevor Noah’s “The Daily Show,” saying “many liberal males never grow balls.”

Cruz wrote his comment in a retweet of an article from conservative news website The Daily Wire, which critiqued Noah for railing against gender reveal parties.

In Tuesday’s episode of the Comedy Central show, Noah referenced the fact that one of the three major wildfires currently burning in California was sparked by a gender reveal party. Noah said he believed the practice of celebrating a baby’s gender was “outdated.”

“Celebrating a baby’s genitalia is starting to feel very outdated,” Noah said. “Like, given everything we’re learning about gender, gender reveal parties should only happen when the child is old enough to know their actual gender.”

Ted Cruz dunks on another liberal

Liberals naturally melted down and cried for their safe spaces.

The Inquisitr with more:

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz took aim at The Daily Show host Trevor Noah on Friday for his recent claim that he is offended by “outdated” gender reveal parties because the children have not yet picked one, The Hill reported.

“A fair point,” Cruz wrote in response to an article on the comment. “Many liberal males never grow balls.”

Noah made the comments on Tuesday’s episode of his Comedy Central show.

“Celebrating a baby’s genitalia is starting to feel very outdated. Like, given everything we’re learning about gender, gender reveal parties should only happen when the child is old enough to know their actual gender.”

According to The Daily Wire, gender and biological sex are “inextricably connected,” despite Noah’s attempts to separate them. The publication pointed to the American Psychiatric Association and noted that the network acknowledged that gender dysphoria stems from a “conflict” between a person’s identified gender and their “assigned gender.”

As noted by The Hill, Cruz previously used gender identity to poke fun of Bernie Sanders, who he said simultaneously identifies as every gender. He has also been open about his opposition to gender-neutral bathrooms and support for laws that oppose them.

The Republican senator also claimed that parents who allow their children to have a gender transition are engaging in child abuse. 


CATHOLIC PRIEST: THE GODLESS AND IMPOSTERS (video)

CATHOLIC PRIEST: THE GODLESS AND IMPOSTERS

La Crosse Catholic priest says Democrats in church are ‘Godless’ and imposters in video

In a video published by a far-right media outlet, a La Crosse Catholic priest attacks the leaders of the church,

And degrades practicing Catholics who are Democratic, calling them “Godless” hypocrites who are going to hell.

“Here’s a memo to clueless baptized Catholics out there: You cannot be Catholic and be a Democrat. Period,” Father James Altman said in the video.

“Their party platform absolutely is against everything the Catholic church teaches.

So just quit pretending that you’re Catholic and vote Democrat.

Repent of your support of that party and its platform, or face the fires of hell,” he said.


CHURCH’S WANTING SERVICES AGAIN

CHURCH’S WANTING SERVICES AGAIN

A pair of high-profile attorneys are representing a California pastor in his battle to hold worship services, despite local and state orders against large gatherings.

CHURCH’S WANTING SERVICES AGAIN IN LOS ANGELES

The Thomas More Society has announced that Jenna Ellis and Charles LiMandri will represent Pastor John MacArthur and Grace Community Church in Los Angeles, California, as special counsel.

“It’s not John MacArthur who is defying the U.S. Constitution or the law,” Jenna Ellis told OneNewsNow.

“It’s the state of California that is violating their constitutional obligation to preserve and protect churches,

And our free exercise of religion and our freedom of assembling together.”

State and local officials want people and organizations, including non-profits such as churches, to avoid gatherings in large numbers.

The stated reason is that it will combat the spread of COVID-19.

But speaking on The Todd Starnes Show, MacArthur said it’s not as big as threat today as people were told a few months ago,

and the church has been taking steps to clean and sanitize the facilities.

“There have been 9,000 people out of 40 million in California who have died, and half of them are over 80 and have all kinds of health issues,” said MacArthur.

“So, our members know the statistical reality that you have a 99.99% chance of not being affected by this, and certainly not in a deadly way.”

MacArthur said that thousands of people have been returning to services, adding they were not told to do so.

During the spring, MacArthur was preaching to empty auditoriums while Grace Community Church

And other places of worship temporarily closed and shifted toward online services.

“We have received essentially a cease-and-desist letter from the County of Los Angeles, from a private attorney for the county,

HEAVY FINES THREATENED

Threatening a $1,000 daily fine or even arrest and up to 90 days in jail,” Ellis told OneNewsNow.

“Whether or not they actually try to enforce that, we don’t think that would be legally binding or viable for them,

But that was a threat that they did receive in the form of a lengthy letter from the county.

“It’s our hope that we can resolve this favorably and that the city and county would recognize that they’re overstepping –

But I just want to be very clear that his heart here is one of he will stand firm, he is a warrior for truth,

And he will stand firm for the truth of God over anything else,” said Ellis about Pastor MacArthur.

DAWG SAYS: I AM NOT A CHURCH GOER BUT NOT ANTI CHURCH BY ANY MEANS.

THERE IS NO REASON PEOPLE CANNOT ATTEND A SERVICE JUST AS SAFE AS IF YOU GO TO WALMART OR COSTCO.

PROBABLY WITH LESS PEOPLE TOO.

TO MANY OF THESE PEOPLE CHURCH IS AN EXTREMELY ESSENTIAL NEED.

DR FAREED AND COVID (VIDEO)

DR FAREED AND COVID

Local doctor pushing proven treatment of COVID into national debate

Dr. Fareed, along with other front-line COVID-19 physicians are trying to reach Washington D.C. to share their experiences and successes away from the political discourse.

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A front-line local doctor treating COVID-19 patients claims to have figured out what works to keep his patients alive.

He claims to have answers on better controlling, and curbing, a pandemic that knows no boundaries.

Dr. George Fareed is a physician who can be spotted during football season as local high school’s field doctor,

Working with athletes from Holtville, El Centro, Imperial, and lately, with Brawley Union High School.

Fareed graduated with honors in 1970 at Harvard and pursued medical studies, research,

Teaching at Harvard and UCLA in the first 20 years of his career.

Fareed returned to clinical medicine in 1991 when he came to the Imperial Valley to establish a general practice.

No one who knows him well was surprised to see him jump into the COVID-19 pandemic full force.

As hot spots jumped from city to city, cases and deaths rose, businesses and schools closed down, Fareed began testing for the virus,

Followed by caring for patients at home, in the hospitals, and in the local COVID-tents set up by the hospitals and the National Guard.

“I became so frustrated.” Fareed said as he listened to national news and the Task Force. 

What he was hearing and what he witnessed first-hand did not correlate.

He began zoom meetings with other front-line doctors on the east coast and found they had the same experiences he did,

Finding what worked and what didn’t, finding preventatives before exposures, and keeping his patients alive.

The frustration levels rose between Fareed and other doctors that action had to be taken, he said.

Fareed has written letters to President Trump, Representative Juan Vargas, and the Presidential Task Force.

He continues Zoom meetings with other doctors, and hope to get to Washington D.C. to share their knowledge and results.


DR FAREED AND COVID

Here is the letter Fareed sent to President Trump:

Dear President Trump and Task Force,

My name is Dr. George Fareed. I am a physician in Imperial County, California, that has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.

I take care of patients on both an outpatient and inpatient basis, as well as nursing home patients, the most vulnerable among us.

In this letter, I am proposing a medical strategy that can help us not only through this current crisis,

But also that will enable us to approach outbreaks of COVID-19 that may occur in the future.

In my attempts to keep people alive, I have had an opportunity to use many different types of treatments — remdesivir, dexamethasone, convalescent plasma replacement, etc.

Yet, by far the best tool beyond supportive care with oxygen has been the combination of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ),

With either azithromycin or doxycycline, and zinc.

This “HCQ cocktail” (that costs less than $100) has enabled me to prevent patients from being admitted to the hospital,

As well as help those patients that are hospitalized. The key is giving the HCQ cocktail early, within the first five days of the disease.

Not only have I seen outstanding results with this approach, I have not seen any patient exhibit serious side-effects.

To be clear — this drug has been used as an anti-malarial and to treat systemic lupus erythematosus as well as rheumatoid arthritis,

and has over a 50-year track record for safety.

It is shocking that it only now is being characterized as a dangerous drug.

DR FAREED AND COVID

Moreover, I am in my seventies, and I (as well as some other older physicians in the hospital) use hydroxychloroquine and zinc as prophylaxis.

None of us have contracted the disease despite our high exposure to COVID patients nor have we experienced any side-effects.

Despite the characterization in the mainstream media as the drug being “ineffective” and “dangerous,”

The evidence in the literature tells a different story.

I am not only an “MD,” but a former Harvard Medical School assistant professor and UCLA School of Medicine associate professor,

As well and am very competent at evaluating studies.

There is ample evidence now that the HCQ cocktail is effective and there is no good evidence that there are significant side effects.

Yet, like many of my colleagues in the trenches treating COVID,

I find myself being obstructed on different levels from treating my patients with hydroxychloroquine.

The next option is remdesivir, which in my opinion is inferior and very expensive.

Moreover, that drug is not readily available and is rationed by hospitals.

Despite the representations by Dr. Fauci and others, there is less evidence supporting the use of remdesivir than hydroxychloroquine.

To be clear — hydroxychloroquine is normally not helpful when given to very ill patients.

Unfortunately, most of the studies have evaluated this drug only in that context.

The HCQ cocktail is best used to prevent patients from getting to that dire stage.

This is all so tragic because the use of HCQ cocktail would solve some of the very basic problems we are now facing:

DR FAREED AND COVID

  1. The HCQ cocktail can be used for outpatients to prevent hospitalizations and thus keep our hospitals and ICUs from being overrun with COVID patients.
  2. The HCQ cocktail can be used early on in hospitalization to prevent patients from requiring mechanical ventilation and reducing the length of hospital stay.
  3. HCQ/zinc can be used for prophylaxis for high risk individuals including front line health providers, first responders, and even teachers who are at high risk for COVID.

As a physician, I am committed to my patients as well as doing my part to solve the COVID crisis.

It has been deflating to see how the “science” has been corrupted and manipulated in an effort to disparage hydroxychloroquine.

The fact that both Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine had to retract articles relevant to hydroxychloroquine,

Due to gross manipulation and mischaracterization of data goes to the heart of what is best characterized as a smear campaign.

As an example of the faulty science, one study (University of Minnesota) was cited in the mainstream media,

As disproving the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine as “prophylaxis,” yet the patients received the drug one to four days AFTER exposure.

That is not prophylaxis at all — the drug must be taken PRIOR to exposure.

This is just one example of the non-scientific way the drug has been evaluated and the subsequent mainstream media mischaracterizations.

I am writing to you out of the frustration of knowing that there is a solution, but watching as our country flounders in dealing with COVID-19.

In my opinion, tens of thousands are dying unnecessarily.

Our current approach of waiting for these high-risk patients to become ill and then hospitalizing them is failing.

The answer is early diagnosis of the high-risk individuals, and then treating them as outpatients with the HCQ cocktail to prevent hospitalization.

So, what I am proposing is a drastic shift from our current approach:

We need to ramp up our outpatient efforts of treating COVID-19 to decrease the burden on hospitals and save lives.

Such an approach requires an effective outpatient treatment — we have that in the HCQ cocktail.

DR FAREED AND COVID

How do we get there?

I propose that the Task Force allow myself and a few other clinicians/researchers who have used and/or studied the HCQ cocktail,

Present our plan that focuses on outpatient treatment and prevention as opposed to a hospital-based approach ,

Only treating patients when they become ill.

The FDA and CDC should be there as well given that they are the agencies that formulate the drug policies.

We need a medical strategy, not only for now while we are in a crisis, but for the future.

There is no guarantee that a vaccine will rid us of COVID-19.

If we had a strategy, we would not have to shut down American life, especially schools, every time there is an outbreak.

We should be seeking a solution that will save as many lives as possible,

and the outpatient-based approach that I and some other doctors have been advocating will best accomplish that goal.

I hope you consider my proposal, and I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely yours,

George C. Fareed, M.D.

CMA Rural Physician of the Year 2015

Brawley, CA 92227


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THE MARIPOSA MYSTIQUE PT III

THE MARIPOSA MYSTIQUE PT III

FALSE RAPE CHARGES AND A MURDERED ATTORNEY

By Marty Carlson
7/22/2020

THE MARIPOSA MYSTIQUE PT III

On November 13, 2015, it was a Friday the 13th,

Jerry Cox of Mariposa County never had a second thought or superstition about Friday the 13th, until maybe now.

Jerry Cox had met a woman online on a dating site called farmersonly.com,

It is just what it says a dating site for farmers.

That woman’s name was Ashley Harris and another local woman by the name of Darlene Windham were at his residence,

Which at some point they were asked to leave.

Apparently, Mr. Cox did not feel comfortable with them being in his house.

The two women, Ashley Harris and Darlene Windham, had gone to a local bar to drink some alcohol before going to the CHP office on Highway 49.

Ashley Harris related to a CHP officer that she had been held captive and raped by Cox. She also stated that she had met him on farmersonly.com.

She also noted that she lived outside the county and was invited to the ranch by Cox and only known him for a short time.

Apparently, officer Casey had felt something was just not adding up.

When asked, she denied that she had been drinking, and he noted that she appeared to have makeup over her left eye that tried to make it look like a bruise.

Darlene Windham was in the room and corrected Ms. Harris’s statement about drinking, saying they had.

The officer began to suspect Harris’s statements may not be truthful and asked to look at her cell phone to which she agreed.

After reading her text message communications between herself and Mr. Cox that she may not be a victim at all but a heart broken lover who,

Was a bit intoxicated, angry and bent on revenge.

Apparently the text messages made no mention of a kidnapping or rape, but did ask when Mr. Cox was returning back to the house.

And that was a time where she was allegedly being assaulted but apparently he was not even home at the time.

She also noted in a text that she wanted him to come back to the ranch and that she missed him.

As typical in these cases the California Highway Patrol, unless it occurs on state property, does not investigate these types of crimes.

THE MARIPOSA MYSTIQUE PT III

This case was turned over to the Mariposa County Sheriff’s office.

Sheriff Deputy Atkinson arrived at the CHP location in the late afternoon and was debriefed by CHP officer Casey.

Deputy Atkinson and the victim went to a private room for an interview.

Ashley Harris stated that on Wednesday, November 11, 2015 Cox had forcibly raped her at his home,

And held her captive until she had escaped that afternoon on Friday the 13th.

Atkinson described Ashley as being visibly emotional, and decided the interview should continue at a different location due to confidentiality reasons,

And asked Ms. Harris if she would leave from the CHP office and follow him to the Sheriff’s office.

It was unknown if Deputy Atkinson was aware at this point that she had been drinking and may not be up to driving.

In addition, he did not take an alleged victim of rape to the hospital to do a rape kit, but only to the sheriff department.

Once they arrive at the sheriff department, Ms. Harris is taken to an interview room where Detective Wesley Smith interviews her in the presence of the victims advocate.

Harris who was known on farmersonly.com dating site as “farmgirl1061985″ saying that she had met Cox who is known as ” bronxious”.

After texting and messaging then phone calls for about three-week period. They made arrangements to have Harris visit Cox”s ranch.

She detailed how she drank two beers and went to bed in the room provided for her.

After some time she claims Cox entered her room,

grabbed her by the throat with one hand and told her to “shut the fuck up”,

She said he even placed a pillow over her face and slapped her repeatedly before raping her violently.

On Friday, November 13, 2015 Cox was arrested and put in jail on a $500,000 bond,

he was accused of 15 felonies.

THE MARIPOSA MYSTIQUE PT III

In the small Mariposa community, his name and mug shot made the rounds in the media,

Those stories included a story about a crazy white farmer building a cave for kidnapping women to rape them.

Jerry Cox was making media statements, saying that they had caught police acting in bad faith and withholding and destroying exculpatory evidence.

The entire episode destroyed his livelihood and his reputation. He even has been receiving death threats ever since the fake charges were put against him.

Cox who has an MBA in business, had started his first enterprise in Mariposa County when he bought property,

He named it Bison Creek Ranch, it was for himself and his animals.

Jerry Cox had built all the buildings on the land with his own hands.

However, it did take almost 2 years before the district attorney agreed to drop the charges, which are rare in a case where 15 felonies are charged.

The rape case, many local people felt that the victim was not credible all along. And that was very clear with the first officer that she had talked to.

Since the dismissal many requests have been made to pursue charges against the woman that that has not happened up to this point.

Also during this time a receivership of Mr. Cox’s property was put in place by Mariposa County. In court hearings were initially not going in his favor.

There were citing code violations involving the buildings and the road.

The property receiver Mark Adams in the California receivership group had initiated a safety code case against Cox,

At his 450 acres of property in Mariposa County.

Cox and his attorney believe the action was designed to retaliate against Cox for exposing the corruption of the county,

And the Sheriff’s office involvement in the false rape case.

The district attorney who had brought the action against Cox has already resigned in disgrace.

But some people claim that Mr. Cox was running an illegal business at his ranch where guests were coming and going.

Some say he was not adhering to the laws that govern such a business.

He has also had other issues in the past where he was charge for illegally selling firewood.

In some question why he would bring a woman to his house after meeting her online after such a short period.

But that is what they do on dating sites, the whole idea is to meet people.

THE MARIPOSA MYSTIQUE PT III THE ATTORNEY

Jerry Cox had acquired the services of attorney Mark Angelucci, who is based out of Santa Barbara.

Mr. Angelucci was well known for his work on behalf of men and the national coalition for met.

He advocated for fair treatment in family courts equal access to him domestic violence resources.

He also recently won a significant victory in federal court finding that all the male draft policies in the United States were unconstitutional.

Jerry Cox and stated that they had had some significant movement forward in his case against Mariposa County with this attorney.

And he was feeling positive about how things were going as Angelucci has started a civil rights action alleging racketeering and conspiracy,

Also to deprive Jerry Cox of his civil liberties and constitutional rights.

On Saturday, July 11, 2020 attorney Mark Angelucci, 52 years old, responded to a knock at his door at his home in Crestline California,

Where somebody claimed they had a delivery that required signature. Read San Bernadino press release HERE

Upon coming to the door Mr. Angelucci was brutally gunned down. Mr. Angelucci did not survive his wounds.

Even more interesting: The shooter of the judges son and husband in New Jersey is identified as a Men’s Rights attorney Roy Den Hollander.

according to some internet chatter Hollander and Angelucci were collaborating on some mens rights cases in the draft process, among other issues.

And the method used was eerily similar with the pretend delivery of a package.

DAWG SAYS

By no means do I want to suggest Mariposa County had anything to do with the brutal killing of Mr. Angelucci.

I am only pointing out with a history that I am aware of,

But there is a strange coincidence here that I noted in prior reports.

I talked to a lot of people I know getting as much background as I could on this Mariposa County situation.

Some of it speaks for itself like the videos of sheriff Paige.

But I did talk to a retired FBI agent, Jeff Rinek,

Who does not have extensive history or involvement with Mariposa County,

But did do the investigation and interview in the Carey Stayner case. The gentleman that kidnapped the three tourists in Mariposa County.

Former agent Rinek stated that during the time he was doing the Stayner investigation,

He got to know then Sgt. Doug Bennewies, who is now the current sheriff in Mariposa County.

SHERIFF DOUG BENNEWIES

Former agent Jeff Rinek is someone whose opinion I respect.

I had some dealings with him involving the speed freak killers.

In fact, he had interviewed on Dawgs Blog podcast in the past.

He had taken upon himself after his retirement to assist the families that were in need of help in that case.

Along with Rob Dick and Leonard Padilla.

And I am willing to accept his representation of the current sheriff for Mariposa County as being a reputable guy.


THE MARIPOSA COUNTY MYSTIQUE PT II

THE MARIPOSA COUNTY MYSTIQUE PT II

THE FRANK CARSON CONNECTION
By Marty Carlson
7/21/2020

THE MARIPOSA COUNTY MYSTIQUE PT II

Anyone that has been following Dawgs Blog the last 4 ½ years is familiar with the Frank Carson et al. case in Stanislaus Superior Court.

I attended almost every day of court from the preliminary hearing on through to the end of the trial,

That included motion hearings and jury selection.

Every day of court was documented on Dawgs Blog,

in written and podcast form, by me, Tom Jensen, and Warren Yates.

The situation was at eight people were accused of killing a tweaker and scrapper, Korey Kauffman.

Accused of murder and conspiracy was:

Frank Carson,

Baljit Atwal,

Daljit Atwal,

Georgia Carson,

Christine DeFilippo,

CHP officer Edward Quentanar,

CHP officer Scott McFarlane,

CHP officer Walter Wells.

All the above listed people were either not held to answer in preliminary hearing or charges dropped or acquitted at trial.

THE MARIPOSA COUNTY MYSTIQUE PT II

Again I did not miss any days of these hearings and trial,

I do not feel there was any evidence whatsoever to even arrest these people on let alone charge.

There was no forensic evidence, like DNA, fingerprints, cadaver dogs did not alert on any property,

Including where the body was supposed be buried for 27 days.

The investigation was started by the Stanislaus County District Attorney’s Office on April 2, 2012.

When Kirk Bunch received a call from a Turlock Police Department officer about a missing person supposedly headed to the Frank Carson property.

Technically it was a Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department case,

But was handled by the District Attorney’s Office investigators and a task force that was eventually formed.

The family of the missing person insisted at the time and on the stand in court,

That the date the missing person was on March 29, 2012.

The investigators insisted he went missing on March 30, 2012. That is the only way they could fit it into their timeline.

At this time, it was unknown where in fact Korey Kauffman was, as they had no information to his location.

In August 2013 a hunter up in Mariposa County had discovered some remains that were eventually identified as a missing person Korey Kauffman.

Mariposa County detective Shiree Hendrix was the one that did the recovery on the body.

This created tremendous issues with the case with the District Attorney’s Office in Stanislaus County.

Those issues were:

  1. Detective Hendrix had testified in the preliminary hearing and in the trial as to activities at the scene of the crime stating it was just another body and did not take it seriously.
  2. Detective Hendrix did not mark off the area, to secure the area, did not leave an officer at scene to keep it secured when she left.

  3. Detective Hendrix did not take adequate photos and/or video of the scene and where items were located, like a unfired bullet, and the clothes.

  4. Detective Hendrix collected all the evidence at the scene, did not separately bag and tag the evidence, she just threw all items into one paper bag.

  5. All the evidence in the paper bag thrown in together created a cross-contamination of the evidence, where the victim’s DNA ended up on that unfired bullet.

  6. No other usable DNA remained on that bullet other than the victims.

  7. Detective Hendrix had to re-create the scene from memory when Stanislaus County district attorney investigators were finally contacted in regards to the remains.

  8. Detective Hendrix stated that when she saw the skull of the remains, she said it appeared to be the missing person Korey Kauffman that she had seen on the flyer.

  9. Detective Hendrix was very unsure of herself, and both the preliminary hearing and the trial, and during both she seemed very confused on the stand and became very emotional at times. She became so emotional that they had to stop the hearing for her to compose herself.

THE MARIPOSA COUNTY MYSTIQUE PT II

Kauffman’s remains were located off of bull Pine Road, which I believe was just a fire access road,

And just by chance it was with 100 yards of a campground used by some people that had affiliations and possible issues with Korey Kauffman.

Korey Kauffman’s remains also were found in the area where there was a marijuana grow.

That grow was run by some of the same people that had affiliations and a possible issues with Korey Kauffman.

Korey Kauffman was supposed to have ripped off tools from a shop of one of those people.

Another person involved in that burglary was taken off the street and beaten.

The Stanislaus District Attorney’s Office theory on the case was that the body will had been buried on the property at a liquor store of one of the defendants for a period of 27 days.

They claim the body had been dug up again loaded up in one of the defendant’s truck, in the middle of the night, and arbitrarily driven to Mariposa County.

There was no plan on where to take the body they just drove until they got into the mountains and dump him on the side of the road in a ravine.

In it was just a coincidence that was within 100 yards of these related people’s campground and marijuana growth.

Rural areas like Mariposa County are well known for their drug labs and related activities.

They are also well known for their large number of marijuana grows due to lack of law enforcement in those areas,

So it makes it easy for them to do their business.

According to testimony the last person to see Korey Kauffman alive, had been picked up in Escalon, after their car had broken down.

And he had made the statements to that person that picked them up that they had just gotten rid of a body.

Their car was covered in mud and extremely dirty.

My personal opinion is that it was no coincidence that that body ended up at the location that it did.

There were many other suspects that the District Attorney’s Office did not look at.

I felt was an agenda investigation on Frank Carson.

And the inferior work that was done at the crime scene in Mariposa County,

Had probably destroyed enough evidence to never gain a conviction on anybody that was actually involved in the missing person.

Also note no cause of death was ever determined by the pathologist,

In fact the pathologist was never called by the District Attorney’s Office for that reason.

But he was called by the defense the state he had no idea what Korey Kaufman died of.

In the night that he disappeared, family members had testified that they had purchased drugs together with Korey on the 29th when he disappeared.

Korey Kauffman headstone reads date of death 3/29/2012

Also of note there was a former deputy district attorney from Mariposa County, now working in the Los Angeles area,

Felt it necessary to let the District Attorney’s Office and Stanislaus County no about that heated conversation that she had had with Frank Carson up near the courthouse in Mariposa County.

But there was no confirmation of dates situations or anything else. Nor was law enforcement called to get involved.

Any information that anybody wants to research on Dawgs Blog just go to the category drop-down menu on the right sidebar.

On mobile devices it is at the bottom of the page

Click on Frank Carson. There is a lot the documentation there to read and listen to.

In my next report I will be moving forward to present day.

And recent events that have occurred that included false rape charges and the murder of an attorney.


THE MARIPOSA COUNTY MYSTIQUE

THE MARIPOSA COUNTY MYSTIQUE PART l
by Marty Carlson
7/20/2020

THE MARIPOSA COUNTY MYSTIQUE

A recent event related to Mariposa County has brought more attention to an area that seems to have its share of problems.

But first a bit of history

The last circle by Carol Marshall was a book about the deputies of the Mariposa Sheriff’s Department and an incident that occurred around June 1980.

Deputy Ron Van Meter had drowned on a alleged boating accident on Lake McClure.

Mariposa County had three divers looking for the missing deputy but had refused any type of outside help.

That help offered also include a mini submarine. Again, that was denied.

From March 5, 1983

Part I

part II

In the shallow waters of Lake McClure, Van Meters meters body was not recovered until 10 years later in September 1990.

His torso was wrapped in a fishnet and weighted down by various objects including a fire extinguisher.

The body had washed ashore just a few hundred yards where one of the other deputy’s houseboat was moored.

Deputy Van Meter had told others that he had discovered and or observed illegal activities going on with the deputies in this Mariposa County Sheriff’s Department.

There were also accusations of sexual assaults by deputies, and one of the victims claimed she was coerced by members of the Sheriff’s Department into not filing charges.

Some of those activities included drug dealing, and the handling of stolen property in exchange for drugs.

THE MARIPOSA COUNTY MYSTIQUE

During that time in 1980 Deputy Van meter had made a request from the Atty. Gen.’s office and Department of Justice in Sacramento for them to open investigation of the department.

Deputy Van Meter had driven to Sacramento in person to talk to the officials in both agencies.

To his surprise when he returned back to Mariposa County he received a phone call from then current sheriff, Paul Paige, asking him why he had gone to Sacramento.

The sheriff had been immediately contacted by those agencies that Deputy Van Meter had contacted.

So much for an investigation.

Deputy Van Meter had become aware of a drug trail and Mariposa County deputies were loading and unloading packages from planes in the middle the night at the Mariposa airport.

This was also investigated by a retired outside officer, Orb Hatton, as he was brought in by sheriff Matthys to investigate. (see video)

Investigator Hatton had made undercover drug buys from Mariposa deputies in a downtown bar.

The dealing did not appear to be concealed or in a clandestine manner, as the drugs were just kept in a refrigerator behind the bar, in the open.

There had been complaints from the residents of the area, mostly on the reservation,

That deputies have been using Sarah priest land allotment to grow marijuana and operate methamphetamine labs.

Deputy Ron Van Meter had also been photographing and journalizing drug activity by deputies at Lake McClure.

He was part of the California State abatement program which involved harvesting and eradicating marijuana fields in the 70 national Park and adjacent areas.

The harvest is marijuana was being stored in abandoned cars and towed out of town by a local wrecker under contract with the sheriff department.

It was also being distributed at a hidden cove at Lake McClure.

On June 24, 1980 frustrated with the Atty. Gen.’s office for their betrayal, Van meter had borrowed a boat was on his way to arrest the deputies at Lake McClure himself.

He never returned from that attempt to arrest.

And his body was recovered 10 years later wrapped in a weighted down fishing net close to where that suspect deputies boat was moored.

As you see in the video above there many other instances of strange happenings in Mariposa County and that all seems to be wrapped around sheriff Paige.

There was also an incident during the Queen of England visit to Mariposa County.

Deputy Sinclair was running high speed in the opposite direction of the motorcade and went head on into a Secret Service vehicle killing three Secret Service agents.

In Deputy Sinclair’s vehicle was a bomb and some other automatic type weapons.

He was also discovered to be under the influence of prescription medications like Percodan among others.

No type of discipline was ever given to Deputy Sinclair.

In fact he was promoted up to commander within the department a short time later.

The next sheriff of Mariposa County, Ken Matthys had tried to expose and eliminate much of the corruption going on in the county and stated that he was having problems with cooperation from other county officials and state agencies.

Sheriff Matthys had a short tenure as the stress of the situation took a heavy toll and he ended up retiring for health reasons at the insistence of his doctor.

In my next report I will discuss the Frank Carson/Mariposa County connection.



OPINION FROM LA TIMES

OPINION FROM LA TIMES

Op-Ed: Is the California dream finished?

OPINION FROM LA TIMES

For all the persistent rhetoric from California’s leaders about this state being on the cutting edge of social and racial justice,

The reality on the ground is far grimmer.

Our new report on the state of California’s middle class shows a lurch toward a society in which power and money are increasingly concentrated.

And where upward mobility is constrained, amid shocking levels of poverty.

Most of this data doesn’t even account for the recent effect of the coronavirus outbreak,

Which has pushed the state’s unemployment rate to 15.5%, higher than the nationwide rate of 14.7%.

Even before the pandemic, California topped the nation in the widest gap between middle and upper-middle income earners,

And has become progressively more unequal in recent years.

But its greatest shame is the prevalence of poverty amid enormous affluence.

California’s poverty rate, adjusted for cost of living, is the highest of any state and was higher in 2019 than in 2007.

California’s political leaders like to talk about racial justice, but Latino and Black populations bear the brunt of the pain.

And by some measures, such as minority home ownership,

California remains far behind states such as Texas, Michigan, Arizona and Florida.

OPINION FROM LA TIMES ON CALIFORNIA

Gov. Gavin Newsom and state lawmakers should stop trying to sell the myth of the California dream.

On its current trajectory, this state is socially, fiscally and economically unsustainable.

The biggest drivers of California’s poverty and staggering inequality are low-wage jobs and extraordinarily high housing costs.

But it’s not too late to change course if state policies that help create these twin crises are rolled back.

That means reforming business regulations and eliminating regulatory regimes that suppress development in the most populous counties.

Instead of encouraging high density growth along the ultra-pricey coastal areas,

We need an intensive, state-driven push for job development and housing creation in less costly peripheral regions.

Since 2008, the state has created five times as many low-wage jobs as high-wage jobs,

This is according to an analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics numbers.

The vast majority of jobs produced pay less than the median wage, and 40% pay under $40,000 a year.

 No metro area in California ranks in the top 10 in the U.S. for well-paying jobs for people without a college degree,

but in 2019 four — Ventura, Los Angeles, San Jose and San Diego

OPINION FROM LA TIMES ON CALIFORNIA

Were among the 10 worst in the country for non-college educated people looking for better paying jobs.

State policies — particularly environmental regulations that have led to high energy prices and long approval processes to get development permits,

Have been key factors to constricting the creation of higher-paying jobs.

California’s energy prices, now among the highest in the nation,

Hit not only the pocketbooks of working and middle-class Californians but have discouraged more jobs in manufacturing.

And on July 1, the state gasoline tax rose again by 6%.

The state is also falling behind in creating business and professional service jobs, the largest high-wage sector.

Overall, California lost 1.6 million above-average-paying jobs in the past decade, more than twice as many as any other state.

This pattern could become worse if tech workers are given the option to work remotely after the pandemic ends.

In fact, as many as two out of three Bay Area tech workers say they would leave that area if they could.

OPINION FROM LA TIMES ON CALIFORNIA

This lack of good jobs converges with unaffordable housing to destroy hope for a better future for millions of Californians.

To qualify for a mortgage on a median-priced house  in the San Jose metropolitan area requires an annual income of about $250,000.

In Orange County, $167,000 is required, and in Los Angeles County $125,000.

Newsom has called for building 3.5 million new homes by 2025. 

Yet, according to our analysis of Census data, housing construction continues to lag (burdened by lengthy permit processes and often years of litigation)

With 110,000 housing units built in 2019 — far below the 302,934 units built in 1986 when California had one-third fewer residents.

At the current rate, it would require nearly 30 years to build 3.5 million homes.

Persistent housing shortages mean that most new single-family and apartment construction tends to be for the high-end market.

Only 7,800 of the new apartments built between 2015 and 2017 in Los Angeles — around 11% of total construction — are affordable,

With rents of around $1,842 a month.

By contrast, average rent on the 66,000 “market rate” apartments exceeds $2,500 a month.

With the Bay Area and coastal Los Angeles too expensive for most middle- and working-class families,

they have headed to places with more affordable housing but relatively few high-paying jobs.

The Inland Empire of Riverside and San Bernardino counties, for example, also suffers the lowest average pay of any of the nation’s 50 largest counties.

The COVID-19 pandemic offers California a way out of this dilemma,

If it can adjust to an already accelerating national movement away from dense cities and, even among millennials, toward suburbs.

Employees working from home, notes demographer Wendell Cox, have already passed the number of those using transit in Southern California

Before the pandemic and have now grown markedly everywhere. This would represent an environmental win:

It would allow commuters to work closer to home, thus reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

The many benefits of working remotely — or in dispersed business centers — are apparent,

OPINION FROM LA TIMES ON CALIFORNIA

In terms of giving affordable new choices to California families and companies.

This would mean rethinking state policies,

That have made reducing auto use a top priority and greenlighting projects in less expensive regions,

Rather than force development into areas where prices are highest and opposition to new development is often most intense.

There’s certainly room to grow, contrary to conventional wisdom.

Urbanization covered only 5.3% of the state in 2010, according to the Census Bureau data.

Rather than try to cram growth into a few areas, it would make sense to find ways to offer incentives to a new Tesla plant to Fresno or to Riverside County,

Or have Google put a customer support operation in Manteca rather than Mississippi, as it announced recently.

But unlike in other states, there is no coordinated strategy in California to help industry grow middle-class employment.

The biggest impediments are not physical or even fiscal,

But the willingness of state leaders to acknowledge the crisis for working people of all ages in California,

Made worse by the fallout from the pandemic.

The question is, do they care enough about economic and racial justice to build a vision and adopt policies that would give more people a shot at a decent job and affordable housing?

DAWG SAYS: AS FAR AS JOBS GO; CALIFORNIA HAS MANY RESOURCES IN ITS FAVOR- EXCEPT POLITICS.

YOU CANNOT TAX PEOPLE INTO PROSPERITY, SOME FEEL MONEY IS THE ONLY ANSWER, BUT IT IS NOT.

TAXES CHASE GOOD JOBS AWAY TO AREAS WHO REALIZE LESS RESTRICTIONS AND TAXES MEAN MORE JOBS,

ARIZONA-TEXAS-NEVADA. GOOD JOBS THAT NEED PEOPLE WILL DRIVE WAGES UP.

MORE FAST FOOD OUTLETS WILL NOT FIT THAT NEED.

ALSO, ALL THE REQUIREMENTS FOR BUILDING PERMITS, INSPECTIONS, ENVIROMENTAL IMPACT REPORTS,

DRIVES THE COST OF HOUSING UP MAKING MORE UNAFFORDABLE FOR THE AVERAGE PERSON.

AND THERE IS AN EXODUS OF PEOPLE LEAVING THE STATE FOR A VARIETY OF REASONS.


MORE FACT CHECKING DONE

MORE FACT CHECKING DONE ON THE “BLACK DILEMMA

When an essay titled “The Black Dilemma” was reportedly published by The Baltimore Sun, thousands of readers cried foul because the article, attributed to Sun reporter Ian Duncan, was clearly racist.

A few days later the Sun — a liberal daily newspaper — published a disclaimer that “The Sun did not write, publish or have any other association with it.”

Of course, no liberal newspaper would lay claim to an essay asserting “The fundamental problem is that American black culture has evolved into an unfixable and crime ridden mess.

They do not want to change their culture or society, and expect others to tolerate violence and amoral behavior.”

And, the Sun was blameless — the paper had not published the essay.

It was a ruse fostered by a person or group that had circulated the essay on the Internet, claiming it originally appeared in the Sun.

The essay gripped both conservatives and liberals, generating a torrent of social media comment — from liberal angst to conservative agreement with much of what the author had said.

MORE FACT CHECKING DONE ON THE “BLACK DILEMMA

Internet sleuths deduced that “The Black Dilemma” was penned by Anthony Bryan, a contributor to American Renaissance.

An online journal that focuses on racial issues which some consider bigoted.

MORE FACT CHECKING DONE ON THE BLACK DILEMMA

HERE IS THE ALLEGED ESSAY BY THE BALTIMORE SUN:

Absolutely the most well-articulated assessment of the racial issues that confront the United States than anything I have yet to see.

What courage, and intellect, it took to  it took objectively lay out the REAL ISSUES THAT MUST BE ADDRESSED!!!

The Baltimore Sunis definitely not known as a Conservative newspaper,

So this a magnificently written assessment of the situation in USA that comes as something of a surprise.

The Black Dilemma

“For almost 150 years the United States has been conducting an interesting experiment. 

The subjects of the experiment:  black people and working-class whites.

The hypothesis to be tested:

Can a people taken from the jungles of Africa and forced into slavery be fully integrated as citizens in a majority white population?

The whites were descendants of Europeans who had created a majestic civilization. 

The former slaves had been tribal peoples with no written language and virtually no intellectual achievements.

Acting on a policy that was not fair to either group, the government released newly freed black people into a white society that saw them as inferiors. 

America has struggled with racial discord ever since.

Decade after decade the problems persisted but the experimenters never gave up. 

They insisted that if they could find the right formula the experiment would work, and concocted program after program to get the result they wanted.

 They created the Freedman’s Bureau,

passed civil rights laws,

tried to build the Great Society,

declared War on Poverty,

ordered race preferences,

built housing projects, and tried midnight basketball.

Their new laws intruded into people’s lives in ways that would have been otherwise unthinkable. 

They called in National Guard troops to enforce school integration. 

They outlawed freedom of association.  Over the protests of parents.

MORE FACT CHECKING DONE ON THE “BLACK DILEMMA

They put white children on buses and sent them to black schools and vice-versa. 

They tried with money, special programs, relaxed standards, and endless hand wringing to close the achievement gap.

To keep white backlash in check they began punishing public and even private statements on race. 

They hung up Orwellian public banners that commanded whites to Celebrate Diversity! and Say No to Racism. 

Nothing was off limits if it might salvage the experiment.

Some thought that what W.E.B. DuBois called the Talented Tenth would lead the way for black people.

A group of elite, educated blacks would knock down doors of opportunity and show the world what blacks were capable of.

There is a Talented Tenth.  They are the black Americans who have become entrepreneurs, lawyers, doctors and scientists. 

MORE FACT CHECKING DONE ON THE “BLACK DILEMMA

But ten percent is not enough. 

For the experiment to work, the ten percent has to be followed by a critical mass of people who can hold middle-class jobs and promote social stability.

That is what is missing.

Through the years, too many black people continue to show an inability to function and prosper in a culture unsuited to them. 

Detroit is bankrupt, the south side of Chicago is a war zone, and the vast majority of black cities all over America are beset by degeneracy and violence.

And blacks never take responsibility for their failures.  Instead, they lash out in anger and resentment.

Across the generations and across the country,

as we have seen in Detroit, Watts, Newark, Los Angeles,

Cincinnati, and now Ferguson,

rioting and looting are just one racial incident away.

The white elite would tell us that this doesn’t mean the experiment has failed. We just have to try harder. 

We need more money, more time, more understanding, more programs, and more opportunities.

But nothing changes no matter how much money is spent, no matter how many laws are passed,

No matter how many black geniuses are portrayed on TV, and no matter who is president. 

Some argue its a problem of culture, as if culture creates peoples behavior instead of the other way around.

Others blame white privilege.

But since 1965, when the elites opened America’s doors to the Third World, immigrants from Asia and India,

people who are not white, not rich, and not connected have quietly succeeded. 

While the children of these people are winning spelling bees and getting top scores on the SAT, black youths are committing half the country’s violent crime.

Which includes viciously punching random white people on the street for the thrill of it that has nothing to do with poverty.

The experiment has failed. 

Not because of white culture, or white privilege, or white racism. 

The fundamental problem is that American black culture has evolved into an un-fixable and crime-ridden mess.

*They do not want to change their culture or society and expect others to tolerate their violence and amoral behavior.

They have become socially incompatible with other races by their own design, not because of the racism of others – but by their own hatred of non-blacks.*

Our leaders don’t seem to understand just how tired their white subjects are with this experiment. 

*They don’t understand that white people aren’t out to get black people; they are just exhausted with them. 

They are exhausted by the social pathologies, the violence, the endless complaints,

and the blind racial solidarity,

the bottomless pit of grievances,

the excuses, and the reflexive animosity.*

The elites explain everything with racism, and refuse to believe that white frustration could soon reach the boiling point.”—

“You can’t legislate the poor into freedom by legislating the wealthy out of freedom. 

What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving.

The government can’t give to anybody anything that the government doesn’t first take from somebody else. 

When half of the people get the idea that they don’t have to work because the other half is going to take care of them.

And when the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for,

that my dear friend, is about the end of any nation.

You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it.”

Ian Duncan

The Baltimore Sun

MORE FACT CHECKING DONE ON THE “BLACK DILEMMA

SNOPES.COM SAYS: ( I KNOW CONSIDER THE SOURCE)

In June 2015, a controversial opinion piece entitled “The Black Dilemma” was circulated online along with an attribution to the Baltimore Sun.

Although many online postings of the below-displayed piece in June 2015 claimed that it had been recently published in Baltimore Sun, the newspaper denied this.

The missive has actually been circulating on the internet since at least September 2014

when it was published under the title “Ten Percent Is Not Enough” on the American Renaissance blog, which Southern Poverty Law Center has described as espousing white supremacist and racist ideologies.

The American Renaissance posting was originally attributed to Anthony Bryan;

But that name was stripped from versions shared via internet forumsCraigslist postings, and comments sections of several race-related articles.

Several different authorial names have been attached to the piece, including “John S. Mosby” (a Confederate cavalry officer), “Edmund Hughes,” and “Ian Duncan,”

but the article didn’t truly go viral until after the Baltimore Sun attribution was tacked on.

DAWG SAYS: THERE IS NO WAY I WOULD BELIEVE THIS CAME FROM OR APPROVED BY THE BALTIMORE SUN


CALIFORNIA CANNOT ORDER MASKS

COMMENTARY BY MARTY CARLSON
6/20/2020

CALIFORNIA CANNOT ORDER MASKS AS THERE IS NO PENALTY

Here are the recent headlines in California:

Gavin Newsom issues statewide mask order:

Californians must wear face coverings in public

CALIFORNIA CANNOT ORDER MASKS: California Gov. Gavin Newsom had recently ordered the enforcement of masks to be worn in public in California.

The new rules, according to Gov. Newsom, face coverings are mandated when riding in taxis and rideshare cars, taking public transit, standing in line to enter a building or walking through common areas like hallways, stairways, elevators and parking garages.

It also requires masks for people working in a building visited by the public even if no other people are present and at all locations where food is prepared or packaged for sale or distribution.

There also required outdoors when a 6-foot distance from each other cannot be maintained.

The new rules are intended to prevent people who are infected from with Covid- 19 but not showing symptoms from spreading the virus.

In the article says Newsom said he has decided to issue the guidance because we are seeing too many people with faces uncovered putting people at risk.

So, the question is what is his authority and ability to make such a requirement and enforce it?

It does not appear that there is one, there is no known law on the books, either criminal or civil, were some type of punitive action can be taken due to somebody not complying with wearing a mask.

You look at the new rules quoted by the governor and they are not actually rules but guidelines issued by public health department.

That guidance is written in a purely suggestive manner as an aid to help people who do want to wear masks. It does not quote any legal authorities for enforcement.

For any type of enforcement through law enforcement or any other means, there has to be sections in at least one of the numerous law books that are used in California.

In addition to be enforceable there has to be a punishment set in that law to make it enforceable.

California is well known for many laws that are non-enforceable for the exact reason they list no punishment.

If you choose to wear a mask in public I have no issue with that, but to simply wear the mask because the governor is telling you to because it’s mandated, is an outright falsehood and just be aware of the facts. Not enough people inform themselves.

In addition, many police chiefs and County Sheriff’s throughout the state have already come out and said they will not be enforcing that type of thing because it is non-enforceable from a legal standpoint.

And it’s ridiculous to try to make the public think that law enforcement is going to go around with their ticket books out and cite people who are not wearing masks.

See California public health guidelines below: