Fascism Comes to America
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The Government of the United States is broken. Even the simple task of selecting a President between two main contenders has gone completely off the rails. Donald Trump, President-elect, is a bitter pill for Californians to swallow. A racist, misogynistic, … Read More

California Ballot Initiatives 2016
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With the American presidential elections on the horizon many Californians have been so focused on that race that they have not researched the various ballot initiatives.  These ballot initiatives will have profound impacts on California’s future and so are worth … Read More

Black Lives Matter in California
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2016 has been a racially-charged marathon! Too many ethnic groups have been the target of institutional racism in a rigged system. Black people feel oppressed, Latino people feel unwanted, and Muslims are being used as scapegoats for the real problems. Movements … Read More

Louis Marinelli
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The leadership of the California National Party would like to thank Louis Marinelli for his years of hard work on behalf of the Californian independence movement.  His optimism and energy for the cause of Californian independence will be missed. Like … Read More

A stronger future for California
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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
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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
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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

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