2022

Republicans Withdraw Endorsement Over Childcare

News Release from Republicans of River City For Immediate Release Date 05/19/2022 Contact: Carl Burton, President Republicans of River City RRC phone 916-485-5741 Email carl@carlburton.com Republicans of River City (RRC) members were proud to back Tamika Hamilton for Congress in 2020 when she ran against John Garamendi and we were looking forward to backing her again […]

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Congressional candidate’s lawsuit against Gov. Newsom set for trial

By Juliette Fairley Mar 15, 2022 A GOP congressional candidate’s suit against Gov. Gavin Newsom over COVID-19 restrictions is proceeding to trial. Chris Bish sued Gov. Newsom in April 2020 in the Eastern District of California alleging that he grossly abused his power by using the coronavirus pandemic to expand his authority to unprecedented lengths. Although

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Fighting for the Right to Speak in the Public Square

The Center for American Liberty, in coordination with the Law Office of D. Gill Sperlein and the Dhillon Law Group, on behalf of clients Ron Givens and Christine “Chris” Bish, sued California Governor Gavin Newsom, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, and two other state officials for depriving plaintiffs of their First and Fourteenth Amendment rights in April

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Ask Christine: Lockdowns

As a mother, a grandmother, a wife, and a daughter I understand your fear of this virus. But the lockdowns are not the answer. We’re actually doing more harm than good destroying our economy. The mental and physical effects on our population. The solution is personal responsibility. We have to go back to work. We have to go back to school and if you feel sick if you feel tired or any symptoms of the virus you have the responsibility to stay home. The truth is we can’t be afraid to live.

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