- According to recent news reports, several efforts are underway to create a new state, “New California,” that would secede from the current state of California and become a new state of the United States.
- New California would consist of the counties across the top of the current state, along the eastern side of the state, and counties along the southern border of the state, leaving the western coastal regions as the only remaining parts of “old” California.
- In fact, some counties, 21 in total, have already publicly declared their independence from the rest of that state in a purely theoretical, non-binding manner.
- In theory if this was to happen, New California would still be a large state with a large land mass, over 10 million residents, and would largely rural.
- According to a September 17, 2017 LA Times article by Howard Blume, at that time Governor Jerry Brown was about to sign a very important piece of legislation.
- This legislation, wait for it, was to FINALLY designate an official state of California….dinosaur.
- Yes, 66 million years after it went extinct, the state of California is finally getting around to naming the Augustynolophus morrisi the official state dinosaur in legislation written and sponsored by state senator Richard Bloom because it "is essential to California's society because it nurtures an educational opportunity for the youngest Californians to become interested in paleontology."
- Former Jackson County, Missouri executive and prosecutor Mike Sanders entered a guilty plea to a felony charge and is likely to face real jail time.
- The charge was conspiracy to commit wire fraud which involved a plan to steal campaign funds for his personal use.
- According to reporting by the Kansas City Star: “According to papers filed with the court, Sanders and former Chief of Staff Calvin Williford would direct payments from political campaign committees to “strawmen” who claimed campaign work.”
- In reality, these strawmen did no political work for Sanders, they just ended up cashing the checks, laundering the money, and bouncing back funds to Sanders and Wilford.
- In court Sanders admitted illegally pocketing between $15,000 and $40,000 between 2006 and 2014 for his personal use.
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