EXPOSED: Democrats Moving Forward With Bill Allowing Non-Citizens to Hold Public Office ⋆ California: always putting Americans first! ⋆ Flag And Cross 🇺🇸 ✟


Democrats: always putting Americans first!Okay, enough with the jokes.Once again, radically far-left California has an idea for something so silly that it would be a first-ballot lock for the Silliness Hall of Fame.

California lawmakers proposed a bill last week that, if passed, would give noncitizens the chance to serve in state and local Democratic Party leadership positions.

While current state law limits the ability of noncitizens to participate in party politics, the new bill (SB288) would let them serve as state convention delegates and county committee leaders with the Democratic Party, allowing them to be involved in the party platform and other issues.

California state Sen. Scott Wiener, a Democrat from San Francisco who was one of the lawmakers behind SB288, did not return Fox News’ request for comment but speaking to reporters last Friday said that the new bill was meant both as a way for noncitizens to have a say in the policies of the California Democratic Party — and as a rebuke of the Trump administration’s hardline immigration stance.

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LIVE: Independence Day Celebration & President Trump’s 4th of July Speech from Washington, DC – Right Side Broadcasting Network

Thursday, July 4, 2019: Join the RSBN team live from Washington, DC as we bring you all day LIVE coverage of President Trump’s Salute to America event

Source: LIVE: Independence Day Celebration & President Trump’s 4th of July Speech from Washington, DC – Right Side Broadcasting Network

Portland police release photos of suspects in violent Antifa clashes that injured conservative writer | Fox News

Authorities in Oregon released images of suspects involved in the Antifa-led attacks last weekend that injured several conservative demonstrators — and at least one journalist — as the head of Portland’s police union told the city’s mayor on Monday that “enough is enough.”The Portland Police Bureau said several assaults happened Saturday as members of Antifa and other leftist groups were seen on video beating, berating and hurling objects at members of the rightwing Proud Boys group and other conservatives protesters in downtown Portland. A total of eight people were treated by medics, including three police officers, and three people were hospitalized, officials said.One of those injured included conservative writer Andy Ngo, who works for the website Quillette and writes regularly about Antifa. Ngo posted a photo of himself from a hospital, with bruises, cuts, and scratches on his face.

Source: Portland police release photos of suspects in violent Antifa clashes that injured conservative writer | Fox News

Gabriel Nadales: I’m a former Antifa member and enough is enough — Antifa must be stopped | Fox News

The video showing Quillette reporter being Andy Ngo savagely attacked by Antifa at a demonstration in Portland, Oregon, last weekend has rocked the nation.


The footage of masked thugs beating him with blunt objects and throwing “milkshakes” allegedly filled with quick-drying cement is shocking to many.But I’m not surprised by this horrific behavior—I was once behind the mask.

I first became involved in Antifa in 2010 while I was in high school, and over the course of two years I participated in several demonstrations throughout Southern California.

Although I never hurt anyone, I yelled obscenities, I destroyed property and I am ashamed of my actions.

While I walked away from the movement over seven years ago, I have been following its growth and today’s Antifa members are far more brutal, thuggish and bold than anything I experienced.

How did it get to this? Antifa has been encouraged and allowed to thrive on our college and university campuses.

Police are often forced to work with their hands behind their backs, as we saw from the footage of Ngo’s attack, and administrators have failed to hold those who commit acts of violence and intimidation accountable.

We are now seeing it spill over into our communities.Antifa will only grow more aggressive if it is not stopped, and we must target it where is has found fertile ground—our college and university campuses.

The seeds of this violence have been planted and are encouraged by leftist professors in the classroom.

Over the last few years, there has been a growing trend of extremist professors advocating for violence and intimidation to force leftist ideology onto society.

Examples can be found from coast-to-coast: Mark Bray, a visiting scholar at Dartmouth College, is a staunch defendant of Antifa’s use of violence and even wrote “Anti-Fa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook,” in which he claims that ‘violence is a “legitimate response” to groups with incendiary views.’

The disgraceful event in Portland is a re-run of what’s been taking place on college campuses, where similar attacks and intimidation have been happening for the past decade.

Then there is Assistant Professor Stanislav Vysotsky at University of Wisconsin – Whitewater who writes in an op-ed that: “On America’s Streets, Antifa’s Militant Anti-fascism Isn’t Terrorism – It’s Self-defense.”

Professors at Purdue and Stanford Universities, have worked to create a “Campus Antifascist Network” (CAN) to bring together “anyone committed to fighting fascism.”Unsurprisingly, students are following the guidance of their teachers.

Just a few weeks ago, Campus Reform reported that the Autonomous Student Network at the University of Texas Austin threatened to doxx incoming first-year students if they join Young Conservatives of Texas or Turning Point USA chapters.

Make no mistake, Antifa’s violence is being fueled by professors in the classroom who incite their students to enact political violence against others.

That is not preparing the next generation of leaders, it’s preparing the next generation of thugs.

Universities cannot keep ignoring their professors’ open calls for violence. It has real world repercussions—just ask Andy Ngo.

The disgraceful event in Portland is a re-run of what’s been taking place on college campuses, where similar attacks and intimidation have been happening for the past decade.

And, just as the police did nothing to protect Ngo, so have they been filmed standing idle while Antifa thugs brutally attack their victims.

At the University of California Berkeley two years ago, police were told to stand down as Antifa set fires and burned down the community, causing over $100,000 in damage.

At UC Berkeley, UT Austin, and many others, administrators have done little if anything to hold violent agitators accountable.

The universities’ failures to act have only emboldened leftist activists who think they can get away with threatening and assaulting conservatives.

Enough is enough. Antifa is emboldened by its power on our college campuses.

It’s now spilling into our communities and if our colleges and law enforcement don’t take action and adopt a zero tolerance policy when it comes to Antifa, trust me, the attack in Portland is only the beginning as we head into the 2020 election cycle.

The reality is, Antifa violence is nothing more than an attempt to intimidate conservatives from organizing political groups and being part of the political process.

Its actions are a form of voter intimidation. Failure see Antifa for what it is, and take action to protect the American public from it, puts the democratic process and our republic in serious jeopardy.

Gabriel Nadales is a Regional Field Coordinator for the Leadership Institute and a former Antifa member.

Source: Gabriel Nadales: I’m a former Antifa member and enough is enough — Antifa must be stopped | Fox News

 

Prayer for the protection of families in America by St. John Paul II –Aleteia


John Paul II believed that the peace of the Americas depends on the stability of the family.

In 1999, on the verge of the new millennium, St. John Paul II wrote the post-synodal apostolic exhortation Ecclesia in America, addressing all Catholics living in the American continents.
In it, he addressed the many problems facing the Church, but above all he highlighted the struggles of the family.

John Paul II warned that “Many insidious forces are endangering the solidity of the institution of the family in most countries of America, and these represent so many challenges for Christians.

”To protect against such attacks, John Paul II firmly believed that “daily prayer in the family and practical signs of charity” would strengthen them and give them the ability to be a force of change in society.

He wrote, “In such a family setting it will not be difficult for children to discover a vocation of service in the community and the Church, and to learn, especially by seeing the example of their parents, that family life is a way to realize the universal call to holiness.”

At the end of his letter, John Paul II composed a lengthy prayer for America, highlighting the role of families in a particular way. He believed the family was a key element to the success of the Americas and prayed for its protection.

Below is the prayer he wrote, which can be prayed on a daily basis for the protection of families across the American continents.

We thank you, Lord Jesus, because the Gospel of the Father’s love, with which you came to save the world, has been proclaimed far and wide in America as a gift of the Holy Spirit that fills us with gladness.

We thank you for the gift of your Life, which you have given us by loving us to the end: your Life makes us children of God, brothers and sisters to each other.

Increase, O Lord, our faith and our love for you, present in all the tabernacles of the continent.

Grant us to be faithful witnesses to your Resurrection for the younger generation of Americans, so that, in knowing you, they may follow you and find in you their peace and joy.

Only then will they know that they are brothers and sisters of all God’s children scattered throughout the world.

You who, in becoming man, chose to belong to a human family, teach families the virtues which filled with light the family home of Nazareth.

May families always be united, as you and the Father are one, and may they be living witnesses to love, justice and solidarity; make them schools of respect, forgiveness and mutual help, so that the world may believe; help them to be the source of vocations to the priesthood and the consecrated life, and all the other forms of firm Christian commitment.

Protect your Church and the Successor of Peter, to whom you, Good Shepherd, have entrusted the task of feeding your flock.

Grant that the Church in America may flourish and grow richer in the fruits of holiness. Teach us to love your Mother, Mary, as you loved her.

Give us strength to proclaim your word with courage in the work of the new evangelization, so that the world may know new hope. Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mother of America, pray for us!

Source: Prayer for the protection of families in America by St. John Paul II –Aleteia