As you drive around the most heavily populated areas of California, whether you’re in Sacramento, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Irvine or San Diego you will see landscapers, nannies, housekeepers and nail salons full of women squeezing in an appointment between their kid’s soccer practice and a play date. You will see a lot of people living outside their means in a state that has some of the highest taxes in the country. The median income is $63,783 while the state poverty level is 14.3% and state income tax is among the highest income tax in the country, not including high energy costs, high gas tax, tax on grocery bags, high car registration tax, and just about every other tax you can imagine. This doesn’t stop cities like Malibu, Santa Barbara and San Francisco from making their biggest issue banning drinking straws while homelessness, filth on the streets and taxes spiral out of control. I have been asked in dismay, how can Californians allow this to happen to your state?
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We see today, how these contrived leftist protest groups have embedded themselves into schools and the overall curriculum.
One group, “Indivisible”, has become somewhat Radical (including civil disobedience training) and they have a stronghold throughout the US.
Indivisible members can become quite combative once exposed because their power comes from appearing to be organic protesters and their achilles heel is exposure. You will find 1920’s history is repeating itself in the digital age.