California’s Governor and legislators have not prioritized infrastructure in the state and instead has made his choo choo to nowhere his priority, now instead of cutting spending in other areas such as High Speed Rail Authority payments they will impose more taxes on the working poor and small businesses in our state.
1/3 of Californians are living at or below the poverty level making less than $30,000a year. Another study assessed that 1 in 4 Californians are living in poverty. This is the highest poverty rate in the nation.
The United Way study says that over half of Latino families fall under their studies poverty measure, as well as 40 percent of black families. The same communities the Sacramento elite say they want to protect will be the most devastated by more taxation, the poor and underprivileged.
Gas tax increase= 12 ¢ (National average cost of gas $2 a gallon) Only Hawaii has higher gas costs than California.
California is 5th in the highest taxes on gasoline in the country.
Car registration tax increase = $38
Electric cars registration tax increase= $100
Diesel excise tax increase= 20 ¢
Cap and Trade = $300 million (this program will go away in 2020 and then how will they make up that money difference= more taxes on the poor and small businesses.This program is failing as we speak.)
Vehicle weight tax increase =$500 million over 5 years
Gas and car registration taxes would increase every 3 years with no cap to the increases.
Call Your Assemblyman and CA Senator NOW and say NO on SB 1 and AB 1 CA can’t afford to pay more!
This bill deals with a specific national security need, the need to know who is here committing crimes, what kind of crimes are they committing and where are they from?
The bill looks to aid the FBI in tracking and enforcing the laws of the US on those who would do us harm. The FBI says the only thing keeping them from doing this now is Congress, so let’s make sure Congress gives them the ability to do their job and protect us all.
Jamiel Shaw, II Memorial Act of 2015 (HR 1041)
Prohibits the payment of funds to a state or its political subdivisions under any program or activity administered by the Department of Homeland Security unless such state:
(1) compiles statistics on each person arrested, charged, convicted of a crime, or incarcerated by such state, including the immigration status and country of origin of such persons and the crimes for which such persons were arrested, charged, convicted, or incarcerated;
(2) reports such statistics monthly to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); and
(3) certifies, on a monthly basis, compliance with the requirements of this Act. Requires each federal agency to compile similar statistics and report on such statistics monthly to the FBI.
Requires the FBI to annually publish all statistics reported under this Act as a separate data collection of its Uniform Crime Reports. Defines "crime" for purposes of this Act.
Congressman Duncan Hunter CA-( R ):
Phone: (202) 225-5672
Fax: (202) 225-0235
*Last year Congressman Hunter committed to co-sponsoring this bill. Please call him and ask him to fulfill his commitment now.
Congressman Louie Gohmert TX ( R ):
Phone: (202) 225-3035
Fax: (202) 226-1230
*Congressman Gohmert was at a breakfast on February 27, 2015 with Mr. Jamiel Shaw and therefore knows the story of this family. Ask Congressman Gohmert to please co-sponsor this bill.
Congressman Doug LaMalfa CA – (R ):
* Congressman LaMalfa was at a breakfast on February 27, 2015 with Mr. Jamiel Shaw and therefore knows the story of this family. Ask Congressman LaMalfa to please co-sponsor this bill.
HR 1041 ALERT, PLEASE HELP US PASS THIS BILL!
We all know that National Security and crime are big issues for most Americans. The Center for Immigration Studies reports that:
We believe we should know who is here committing crimes on our soil and where they are from and what the crimes are that they are committing. Law enforcement already reports a host of statistics to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) ; we believe these 3 statistics should also be a part of the transparency in reporting of crime statistics, they are not currently reported or kept.
HR 1041 is the first step in seeing this happens, please call these folks and ask them to co-sponsor our bipartisan supported bill.
Gwen Graham- (D-FL-2)-.
DC Office: Phone: (202) 225-5235
Fax: (202) 225-5615
Steve Knight (R-CA-25)
DC Office: Phone: (202) 225-1956
Fax: (202) 226-0683
Adam Kinzinger (R-IL-16)-
DC Office: Phone: (202) 225-3635
Fax: (202) 225-3521
Louie Gohmert (R-TX-1)
DC Office: Phone (202) 225-3035
Fax (202) 226-1230
Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA-28).
DC Office: Phone: (202) 225-2415
Huntington Beach: Phone: (714) 960-6483
Mark Meadows (R-NC-11)
DC Office: Phone: (202) 225-6401
Fax: (202) 226-6422
We are an organization of professionals from around the state of California and welcome any kind of support. We are committed to working together for the betterment of the state and it's policies.
CA Tea Party Groups Coalition*
c/o SoCal Tax Revolt Coalition Inc.
3245 University Ave
San Diego, CA 92104
Phone: 619 606-0337
*a project of SoCal Tax Revolt Coalition Inc.