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A stronger future for California

The California National Party believes it is necessary to peacefully and constitutionally liberate ourselves from the United States empire. California’s  needs are ignored by Washington D.C. in favor of a few swing states whose votes actually matter, effectively leaving Democratic, … Read More

Perspectives on the American Election

The CNP is not endorsing any candidate in the 2016 US Presidential election.  We believe that the United States federal system is deeply broken and the only solution for California is independence and the ability to elect our own national … Read More

Buying the farm

California ranks first among states in agriculture, with nearly $45B in agricultural sales, roughly 11% of the country’s total (roughly equivalent to French production).  Strangely enough, California ranks 12th in receiving farm subsidies and receives a scant 3.4% of the … Read More

Solving California’s Homelessness Problem

California is the world leader in technology and innovation, yet we have the most people living without shelter in the United States. This is completely unacceptable and must end. Before you dismiss us for demanding more “entitlements”, consider that numerous … Read More

Cascadia

On June 13 I left the Democratic Party and joined the California National Party. Since then, I have been learning about independence movements across the United States, however, there is a shortage of material on the subject. This series of … Read More

#Brexit

The recent British exit (#Brexit) from the EU has ignited a firestorm of controversy and headlines around the world, and created interest in other independence movements everywhere. The CNP in particular has seen an upsurge in interest and new members … Read More

The blood of Oaxaca

The CNP stands with our brothers and sisters who seek greater autonomy in how they conduct their lives in Oaxaca. We are appalled by the ongoing violence against indigenous people and other oppressed communities in Oaxaca. As of now at … Read More

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