Thursday, June 11, 2015

SEI collecting dividends from its investment in CA AG Kamalah Harris anent Immigration

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Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - Last month, Attorney General Harris announced her office would host a series of statewide public forums in partnership with Univision Los Angeles, Service Employees International Union of California and iAmerica to inform Californians about the impact of President Barack Obama’s immigration executive actions. The statewide forums will also serve to warn consumers about potential scams and other fraud targeted at immigrant communities. 

Today, the AG announced updated addresses for Los Angeles and Riverside immigration forums to be held later this month.

The public forums will be hosted in eight California counties including: Fresno, Kern, Los Angeles, Monterey, Riverside, San Diego, Santa Clara and Stanislaus. The statewide public forums will cover topics ranging from eligibility for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA) program, including to how to avoid being a victim of fraud. 

According to Harris. “Because of DAPA and DACA, so many families will be able to get out from living in the shadows. We want to shine a light on a new path that frees them from the lure of predators and con artists, These forums will inform immigrants about their rights and responsibilities under the new programs, helping them on their way to realizing the American Dream.”
There is just a slight problem problem:  After Texas and 25 other states sued the administration, calling the moves unconstitutional, federal judge Andrew Hane, put them on hold until the case is resolved and scolded good Vern net employees for misleading him. A federal appeals court recently upheld that injunction, with some now saying the court fight could last until late in Obama’s term. 
Seems like far left attorney general Harris, like the government employees are putting the cart before the horse, prompted by SEIU.  After all, the SEIU and the California Teachers Union own Sacramento
“Our community trusts us to provide them with the pertinent information on this very important topic that affects so many,” said Luis PatiƱo, senior vice president and general manager, Univision Los Angeles. “As a media UPCOMING FORUM DATES 
Los Angeles:
Sunday, June 14 at 10:00 AM
Garfield High School Auditorium
5101 E. Sixth St.
Los Angeles, CA 90022
Saturday, June 27, 11:00 AM
Beale Memorial Library Auditorium
701 Truxtun Ave.
Bakersfield CA 93301 
Modesto :Saturday, May 30 at 11:00 AM
Argus and Endeavor High School
2555 Lawrence St.
Ceres, CA 95307 
Sunday, May 31 at 12:00 PM
Hartnell College (Auxiliary Gym)
411 Central Ave.
Salinas, CA 93901


Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – The California Teachers (CTA) Union is pulling a Gloria Allred – a scare tactic claming that Meg Whitman is not good for California – let’s be clear.  Whitman is what California needs, but certainly not good for the CTA.  Just ask New Jersey teachers’ union

California Voters Approve 63% of tax Measure

Local voters approved 63% or 55 of the 87 local tax, bond or fee measures on the June 5, 2012 California primary ballot according to Michael Coleman, the creator of Majority vote measures fared much better than super-majority votes requiring 2/3 approval to pass special taxes and bonds. Fifteen or 79% of the 19 majority vote measures passed, but only eighteen or 53%% of the 34 supermajority vote taxes passed. Voters favored approval of school tax and bond measures by 66%, compared to 45% for non-schools.

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – We all know that President Obama, Pelosi, Boxer, Reid, Van Jones et all want to in the President’s own words, fundamentally transform America.  This past week during a Gay Lesbian Transgender  (GBLT) fund-raising event in California, the President boasted about his accomplishments promoting the GBLT’s agenda saying something to the effect: “I could not be prouder of my accomplishments, as these contribute to a more perfect union”

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