CA Unalienable Rights Initiative
To: Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Senator Leland Yee & Assemblyman Jerry Hill
From: Oscar A. Braun, Co-founder of the CA Watershed Posse
Subject: We, the People of California respectfully request that you, as Governor of the State of California , State Senator Leland Yee and Assemblyman Jerry Hill sponsor and place this "Water For Fighting" initiative on the November ballot so as to be voted on by the People of the Republic of California.
Today, millions of Californians are experiencing the tyranny that our Founding Fathers feared threatens the American Dream and the Constitutional liberties that assure the future of the dream. Thomas Jefferson feared the tyranny of those who fear and distrust the people, and wish to draw all from them into the hands of the higher classes. James Madison feared the tyranny of the majority and the abridgment of the freedom of the people by gradual and silent encroachments of those in power. John Adams feared all men, recognizing that “the only maxim of the free government ought to be to trust no man living with power to endanger the public liberty".
The Progressive Revolution in Politics and Political Science beginning in 1880, is the Progressivism that has transformed 21st Century American politics. What is that transformation? It is a total rejection in theory, and a partial rejection in practice, of the principles and policies on which America had been founded and on the basis of which the Civil War had been fought and won. While the current Progressive Royal Regines differ in their assessment of the problems and how to resolve them, they generally shared in common the view that government at every level must be actively involved in these reforms. Our existing constitutional system as crafted by our Founding Fathers is outdated and must be made into a dynamic, evolving instrument of social change, aided by political scientific knowledge and the development of an ever expanding command and control federal administrative bureaucracy.
Therefore, We the People of the Republic of California, have taken the first step in writing the text of the Water For Fighting ballot initiative that seeks to unshackle the long suffering People of California from the bleak decades of thoroughly entangling regressive environmental and healthcare legislations , fraudulent IPCC global warming political science hypothesis, countless bogus endangered species biological opinions, profuse restraining directives by inept unelected bureaucrats and the restrictive court decisions by disconnected jurists that have deprived Californians from their rightful and exclusive unalienable pursuits.
Initiative Language Presented to Attorney General Jerry Brown Requesting:"Title & Summary"
(a) The State of California shall make no law prohibiting the free exercise of the People’s exclusive unalienable Right to Life; or abridging the freedom of the People’s exclusive unalienable Right to Life, Production, Use and Consumption of air, CO2, water, habitat for humanity, and energy generating natural resources.
(b) The State of California shall not levy any taxes, fees, assessments or fines on the Production, Use or Consumption by the People of air, CO2, water, habitat for humanity, and energy generating natural resources.
(c) The State of California, upon approval by the electorate, shall repeal the 1970 California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the 1976 California Coastal Act (Prop. 20), California Endangered Species Act (CESA) and the 2006 US California Global Warming Act (AB32), and expunge all references and all citations from the repealed laws found within the California Public Resource Code and Health and Safety Code.
(d) The People of California shall have the exclusive unalienable Right to nullify ALL Federal powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the State of California respectively, or to the People.
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6 years agoOscar Braun United States6 years ago