Reflections on a Platform

Reflections on a Platform

I was one of the dozens of CNP members who contributed to the recent 2018 platform revision. It was nearly a year’s work to shape the then-existing 2016 platform into what exists now, but such revisions are necessary, since a platform is the...
CaliforniaOne-Two-Three

CaliforniaOne-Two-Three

This year it’s en vogue to assume that the success of California rests on its destruction. Tim Draper’s foolish Cal3 initiative claimed that California has become too unwieldy to be successfully governed. While surely large in terms of population...
2018 Convention Follow-up

2018 Convention Follow-up

The month of June is over and we’re a week into July, and the California National Party is eager to announce that the cause for our independence and liberation is well and running still. Through all form of attacks and adversity throughout...

The Only Way out for Undocumented Californians

The United States’ Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is making it known that there is no place that they won’t go to snatch undocumented people or those people with less than perfect status to deport them. They are making...
California Freedom is Not Free

California Freedom is Not Free

If you support our work towards a free, progressive California, we need your help now.  We are very much in need of your time and, yes, money to keep our goal alive, so please DONATE or VOLUNTEER now. Don’t let the “new normal”...
Meet the Californian independence movement

Meet the Californian independence movement

There have been several polls showing active support for Californian independence at around 33% of Californians, that’s over 13 million people!   According to Ipsos, another ~15% or so are undecided, bringing the total number of people who...
Californian values: a shared dream

Californian values: a shared dream

This speech on Californian values and what that means was delivered by Jed Wheeler, our Vice Chairperson, at our March 2017 working convention.  It summarizes our goals and strategy over the next year as we register voters and build the movement...
Why rural California votes red, and why we should listen

Why rural California votes red, and why we should listen

A tremendous amount of ink has been spilled about the recent American elections and the split between urban and rural areas. As tempting as it is to rant about everything the Democrats did wrong along the way, instead I want to talk a bit about...
California can continue to be an inspiration to the world

California can continue to be an inspiration to the world

Throughout my time as the California National Party’s press secretary I’ve spoken to journalists from all over California, the United States, and the world. Through these conversations, I hope to persuade the media — and by extension, the readers...
Remembering Past Lessons

Remembering Past Lessons

Editor’s note: While this blog was originally submitted in early January, the recent focus on immigrant targeting and deportation by the Trump administration makes this a very timely post, and underscores the California National Party’s...
Reflections on Presidents Day

Reflections on Presidents Day

REFLECTIONS ON PRESIDENTS DAY “ Understanding the spirit of our institutions is to aim at the elevation of men, I am opposed to whatever tends to degrade them.”  Abraham Lincoln, May 17, 1859 Letter to Theodore Canisius To truly observe...