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Browsing the blog archives for December, 2012.

New California Laws to Affect Drivers in 2013

LAWS or law, State gov

December 28, 2012

Temecula Patch.com


Several laws and amendments passed by the California State Legislature will go into effect on Jan. 1 and could affect many California drivers.

The new year is almost here and with it comes the resolution, a promise to change the way we’ve done things in the past.

The state of California has made several resolutions herself and about 800 new laws will go into effect in 2013.

Below is a list of new laws or changes to existing laws that go into effect on Tuesday and will likely affect you as a California driver.

  • Passenger Charter-party Carriers’ Act, AB 45:   Any driver of a chartered limo or bus will be required to make sure  that passengers are of the legal drinking age when alcohol is being  consumed in their vehicle. If a minor is found to have been drinking  alcohol during the ride, the driver is required to return that passenger   to where they were picked up.

  • CHP Silver Alerts, SB 1047:   The California Highway Patrol will implement a “silver alert” into its   emergency alert system to allow it to assist in searches for missing  people over the age of 65.


  • Autonomous Vehicles, SB 1298:   The law will allow for self-driving cars to be test-driven on public  roads while a licensed driver is in the driver’s seat. The driver will  be able to take over immediate manual control in the event of vehicle  failure or some other emergency.

  • Used Car Dealer Practices, AB 1534, AB 1447:   Under AB 1534, used car dealers that provide direct financing to buyers  must label their cars with specific information about them, including  reasonable market value and the source of the information. AB 1447 will  require these dealers provide a vehicle warranty, limit them from  tracking customer vehicles with GPS devices and prevent them from being  able to electronically disable a vehicle without signed consent from the  buyer at the time of purchase.

  • Hands-Free Text and Driving, AB 1536:   The law will allow a person to send and receive text messages while  driving if they are doing so using a phone’s hands-free, voice-operated functions.

  • Veteran License Plates, AB 1550:   Veterans will be able to apply for specialized plates designating them   as participants of specific wars or conflicts with the use of new  decals. Old decals will be phased out depending on demand and cost of  production.

  • California Legacy Plates, AB 1658:   Drivers whose cars are registered in California will be able to opt for  specialized license plates that look similar to plates used in the state in past years.

  • Traffic Violator School, AB 1888:   The law will allow a driver with a commercial license who has committed  a traffic offense to attend traffic violator school, thus preventing  them from getting a point on their license.

  • Driving Under the Influence, AB 2020:   A person arrested for suspected DUI will no longer be given the option   of a urine test. In previous years, the option was given of either a  urine test of a blood test.

  • Choose Clean Cars Act, AB 2405:   Vehicles that meet California’s super ultra-low emissions standards may  qualify for stickers which will allow for single-driver travel in  high-occupancy vehicle lanes.

  • Vessel Registration Fees, AB 2443:   The registration fee for boat owners will increase to support the  monitoring and infestation prevention of dreissenid mussels, which  attach to the bottoms of boats.

Related Topics: California Laws 2013

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Divorce Agreement




The person who wrote this is a college student. Perhaps there is hope for us after all.


Dear American liberals, leftists, social progressives, socialists, Marxists and Obama supporters, et al: We have stuck together since the late 1950’s for the sake of the kids, but the whole of this latest election process has made me realize that I want a divorce. I know we tolerated each other for many years for the sake of future generations, but sadly, this relationship has clearly run its course.

Our two ideological sides of America cannot and will not ever agree on what is right for us all, so let’s just end it on friendly terms. We can smile and chalk it up to irreconcilable differences and go our own way.

Here is a model separation agreement:

— Our two groups can equitably divide up the country by landmass each taking a similar portion. That will be the difficult part, but I am sure our two sides can come to a friendly agreement. After that, it should be relatively easy! Our respective representatives can effortlessly divide other assets since both sides have such distinct and disparate tastes.

— We don’t like redistributive taxes so you can keep them.

— You are welcome to the liberal judges and the ACLU.

— Since you hate guns and war, we’ll take our firearms, the cops, the NRA and the military.

— We’ll take the nasty, smelly oil industry and you can go with wind, solar and biodiesel.

— You can keep Oprah, Michael Moore and Rosie O’Donnell. You are, however, responsible for finding a bio-diesel vehicle big enough to move all three of them.

— We’ll keep capitalism, greedy corporations, pharmaceutical companies, Wal-Mart and Wall Street.

— You can have your beloved lifelong welfare dwellers, food stamps, homeless, homeboys, hippies, druggies and illegal aliens.

— We’ll keep the hot Alaskan hockey moms, greedy CEO’s and rednecks.

— We’ll keep the Bibles and give you NBC and Hollywood .

— You can make nice with Iran and Palestine and we’ll retain the right to invade and hammer places that threaten us.

— You can have the peaceniks and war protesters. When our allies or our way of life are under assault, we’ll help provide them security.

— We’ll keep our Judeo-Christian values.

— You are welcome to Islam, Scientology, Humanism, political correctness and Shirley McClain. You can also have the U.N. but we will no longer be paying the bill.

— We’ll keep the SUV’s, pickup trucks and oversized luxury cars. You can take every Volt and Leaf you can find.

— You can give everyone healthcare if you can find any practicing doctors.

— We’ll continue to believe healthcare is a luxury and not a right.

— We’ll keep “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” and “The National Anthem.”

–I ‘m sure you’ll be happy to substitute “Imagine”, “I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing”, “Kum Ba Ya” or “We Are the World”.

— We’ll practice trickle-down economics and you can continue to give trickle up poverty your best shot.

— Since it often so offends you, we’ll keep our history, our name and our flag.

Would you agree to this? If so, please pass it along to other like-minded liberal and conservative patriots and if you do not agree, just hit delete. In the spirit of friendly parting, I’ll bet you answer which one of us will need whose help in 15 years.


John J. Wall

Law Student and an American


P.S. Also, please take Ted Turner, Sean Penn, Martin & Charlie Sheen, Barbara Streisand, & ( Hanoi ) Jane Fonda with you.


P.S.S. And you won’t have to press 1 for English when you call our country.


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It’s back: Texas in ‘Super Highway’ deal with Spain

Federal gov & land grabs



Perry signs agreement 3 years after public opposition halted project

author-image by Jerome R. Corsi

NEW YORK – Believe it or not, the Trans-Texas Corridor is back.

Very quietly, Gov. Rick Perry and the Texas Department of Transportation, or TxDOT, signed in October a comprehensive development agreement to construct a toll-road redevelopment of Interstate 35 north of downtown Fort Worth.

TxDOT signed the 50-year deal with NTE Mobility Partners Segments 3 LLC, a U.S.-based wholly-owned subsidiary of Cintra, the Spanish-owned construction company. TxDOT picked Cintra in 2005 to build what some critics called the “NAFTA Super Highway.”

Chris Lippincot, the former TxDOT information officer who is currently acting as the new public relations man for Cintra in the United States, also announced TxDOT signed a contract in September with Cintra to build a privatized State Highway 130 toll road in San Antonio.

Jerome Corsi’s “America for Sale” exposes the globalists’ effort to put America on the chopping block

Perry may never have abandoned his original idea to build what during the presidential administration of George W. Bush was known as the Trans-Texas Corridor project, a 4,000-mile network of privately built and operated toll roads to crisscross the state, with Spanish development company Cintra scheduled to earn the tolls under 50-year leases.

In 2009, Perry scrapped the TTC plan after a series of combative town hall meetings throughout the state showed TxDOT it faced massive taxpayer resistance.

But now, the plan apparently is being implemented in small chunks, without the fanfare of divulging a statewide blueprint Perry and TxDOT may still have tucked away in their back pockets.

Was TTC ever really dead?

Operating below the radar of public opinion, Texas currently has $20 billion in roadwork underway through public-private partnerships, according to Ted Houghton, TxDOT chairman, the Texas Tribune reported earlier this month.

Despite Perry’s pledge in 2009 to end the Trans-Texas Corridor project with Cintra, TxDOT has kept the public-private partnership toll road concept alive by proposing smaller projects for the approval of the Texas state legislature.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2012/12/its-back-texas-in-super-highway-deal-with-spain/#f8YyYuuwUvQHowfc.99

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From Frank at Brownells.com

2nd Amendment rights

I have rewritten this message 5 or 6 times over the weekend. Each time it hits me as not really “right”. Christmas is the time to enjoy friends, to spend time with family, to take a much needed break, to cap off the year and celebrate all the hard work from the previous 12 months… It’s a time to reflect.

It’s a time to give thanks, to really remember the true meaning of the day. And most especially this year, it’s the time to tell the folks who mean the most to you – your wife/partner, your parents and especially your kids and grandkids – just how much you love them and just how important they are to you.

Being a word merchant, I would have thought the power was in me to weave a story of happiness and joy and Commerce. Instead let me show you what really makes me happy

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New traffic rules to take effect in California; laws recognize changes in technology

State gov

PNP comment: Guess we should look into the new laws. Uggghhh. — Editor Liz Bowen


    • Posted December 29, 2012 at 9:41 p.m.

California drivers can expect some new laws to affect their travels in 2013, including one that will let them send text messages using a voice-operated system, another that makes it easier for people to get out of red light camera tickets, and a program for missing elderly people similar to the Amber Alert system.

Other significant changes under way for California drivers include a new law that will let them display registration and insurance information on smartphones or tablets and one that bars DUI drug suspects from taking urine tests to determine the drugs in their system.

Here’s a list of some of the new laws that will take effect at the beginning of the year.


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Jim Beers interviewed: Private property rights

Property rights, TEA Party, Threats to agriculture

From Redding Tea Party Patriots –

Dec. 30, 2012

If you missed this morning’s We the People Radio show this morning, you can listen anytime by clicking on


and then on “Click to Listen”.

Mr. Beers is an expert in many areas, not the least of which is what is happening to Private Property Rights in rural America and how we can recognize the threats.

About Beers

Jim Beers retired from the US Fish and Wildlife Service in 2000 where he served as a career wildlife biologist, US Special Agent, Chief of National Wildlife Refuge Operations, wetland biologist, program analyst, and Congressional Fellow. He was stationed in North Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York City, and Washington DC. He has a Bachelors degree in Wildlife Resources from Utah State and a Masters degree in Public Administration from the University of Northern Colorado. He served as a US Navy Line Officer onboard ship in the western Pacific and as a US Navy Courier Officer in the Aleutian Islands. He also worked for the Utah Game and Fish Department, the Minneapolis Police Department, and as a Security Supervisor at several sites in the Washington, DC area.

Since retirement Jim Beers has written over 1400 articles and papers and spoken to various organizations throughout the country concerning environmental and animal rights excesses, Constitutional solutions to the controversies surrounding private ownership of domestic animals, the management and use of wild animals, and environmental harmony between man and our natural world. Although he has had one webpage and 2 blogs over the years, due to the technical difficulties in maintaining them, today he writes for a list of folks that have asked to receive what he writes. He relies on their judgment as to the worth of what he writes as he asks them to consider sharing them freely with others. His writings have appeared in a variety of publications and have made him many acquaintances worldwide.

He has testified three times before US Congressional Committees, twice regarding the theft of $45 to 60 Million by the US Fish & Wildlife Service from hunting and fishing excise taxes intended for state fish and wildlife programs and once in opposition to proposed federal Invasive Species Authority.

He resides in Eagan, Minnesota with his wife of many decades.

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Ridin’ Point by Marcia Armstrong

Klamath River & Dams, Siskiyou County

Jan. 1, 2013

Klamath Compact: Recently, I made a comment regarding the Siskiyou County Flood Control and Water Conservation District’s jurisdiction over “flows” in the Scott and Shasta Rivers. The District was created Appendix B(r ) of the 1957 Klamath River Basin Compact between the States of California and Oregon, which was approved by Congress.   http://www.klamathbasincrisis.org/compact/AppendixB.pdf It is also authorized under CA Water Code 5900-5901. The members of the Board of Supervisors sit as Directors of the District. It has been an active District, managing the lands around Lake Siskiyou, where the Box Canyon Dam is located in Mt. Shasta, as well as the flood control pumps at Sam’s Neck in Butte Valley protecting the city of Doris.

The Compact establishes the jurisdictional boundaries of the District as all of Siskiyou County except the Klamath Project, in the Upper Klamath Basin. It grants the District the authority to: “control flood and storm waters within the district and the flood and storm waters or streams outside the district, which flow into the district; to conserve such waters by storage in surface reservoirs, to divert and transport such waters for beneficial uses within the district; …to prevent interference with or diminution of, or to declare the rights in natural flow of any stream or surface or subterranean supply of waters used or useful for any purpose of the district or of common benefit of the lands within the district or to its inhabitants; …and to commence, maintain and defend actions and proceedings to prevent any such interference with  the aforesaid waters as may endanger or damage the inhabitants, lands, or use of water in, or flowing into, the district…”

The Board of Supervisors also has “police powers” jurisdiction over general public health and safety within the County. The District and the County have requested the CA DFG to “coordinate” any plans and policies to determine minimum instream flows for fish in recognition of this joint jurisdiction.

CA DFG Jurisdiction: In her recent opinion in Siskiyou County Farm Bureau v. CA Department of Fish and Game regarding 1602 permit requirements for opening a headgate to use a water right,  Siskiyou County Superior Court Judge Dixon talks about the quasi-adjudicatory jurisdiction given to the State Water Resources Control Board in allocating water rights. There is an adjudicatory balancing of competing goals and policies such as: “Domestic use is the highest use and irrigation is the next highest use of water” (Water Code sections 1253 and 1254.) Dixon points out that the Water Board is required to consider the relative benefit of all beneficial uses of water sought to be appropriated “including but not limited to use for domestic, irrigation, municipal, industrial, preservation and enhancement of fish and wildlife, recreation, mining and power purposes…”http://siskiyoucountyfarmbureau.com/yahoo_site_admin/assets/docs/Decision_122412.360150211.docx

As Judge Dixon points out in the Farm Bureau case: “This court agrees with Defendant that an agency is required to exercise its authority so as to preserve and conserve the state’s natural resources for the benefit of the people. However, in the context of water use, the public trust is only one of several factors that must be weighed in addressing the issue…While a diversion may be substantial so that it has an adverse impact on fish and wildlife, under the statutory scheme and history of water rights, that is only one factor to be considered. In this case, that has been the only factor considered by DFG in taking a literal interpretation of the statute.”

“The practical result of DFG’s interpretation of Section 1602 would be to give the department authority to regulate a water right…DFG would have the authority to prohibit a water user from extracting any part of his water allotment if the DFG believes a species would be adversely affected by the activity. In this way DFG would act as a regulator of water rights…”

Dixon points out that under the current statutes, the Water Board, while considering many factors, also must give consideration to DFG assessments of the effects of granting a water right on the fish and wildlife in the system.  Turning around and interpreting the 1602 regulations as giving the DFG authority to nullify the Water Board’s grant makes that body’s duties “superfluous.” “The DFG would be pre-empting the SWRCB exclusive authority in granting and regulating water rights.”

As has become quite clear in the recent LIAM (Legal Institutional Analysis Model) for the CA DFG instream flow study plan for the Scott and Shasta Rivers, the DFG lacks the requirement to balance the needs of society and is entirely a single perspective advocate. For this reason, it is important that decision-making regarding allocation of resources remain with quasi-adjudicatory bodies such as the SWRCB and the County Board of Supervisors that are required to balance needs, taking into consideration local human populations and the economy.

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Re-Branding Agenda 21 for Global Environmental Control

Agenda 21 & Sustainable

They know that we are on to them:

Future Earth: Re-Branding Agenda 21 For Global Environmental Control

Climate change was created by the Club of Rome who stated that “in searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. All these dangers are caused by human intervention and thus the real enemy, then, is humanity itself believed humanity requires a common motivation, namely a common adversary in order to realize world government. It does not matter if this common enemy is a real one or one invented for the purpose.”

Eco-fascists have begun a 10 year initiative that strengthens partnerships between governments, alarmist scientists and investors to develop “opportunities of global environmental change and support transformation towards global sustainability in the coming decades.” This new scheme is called Future Earth.

While phrases like Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development are becoming more “mainstream” the environmentalists who believe in eco-technology and controlling the world’s population for the sake of protecting Gaia, the new buzz words “future earth” seem harmless enough – yet they simply hide behind the unassuming façade to coerce people into supporting the global domination plans of the UN.

Future Earth endeavors to design a global plan to oversee:

• Research and development of sustainable methods that control food, water, energy and healthcare
• Utilizing technology, sciences and economics
• Pressure governments and law makers to support their efforts
• Manifesting sustainable agendas with academics, corporations, appropriated funds and product production
• Controlling under-developed nations by forcing sustainable technologies

In March of this year, the Planet Under Pressure conference brought together the goals of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) and an estimated 3,018 in attendance with another 3,500 watching on live webstreaming.

Some of the supporters of the conference were:

• The Center for Carbon Measurement
• Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research
• European Cooperation in Science and Technology
• The European Space Agency
• Global Water System Project
• The Met Office
• Oxford University
United Nations Environment Programme
• The Royal Society

The document “State of the Planet Declaration” explains how pollution, resource demand and potentially catastrophic consequences are changing our “global civilization”. In order to maintain our planet for future generations, we must accept the consensus of a “new epoch, the Anthropocene.”

This new mode of thought focuses on Earth as a conscious being that supports all living beings through interconnected and interdependent systems. Through this balance, sustainability facilitates protection of the future. One method is to ensure global governance over the environment to mitigate climate change and loss of biodiversity.

Future Earth also collaborates with the Alliance for Global Sustainability, (AGS) which partners with various universities to provide research institutions for the progressive forward path toward sustainability.

The AGS “brings together hundreds of university scientists, engineers, and social scientists to address the complex issues that lie at the intersection of environmental, economic, and social goals.”

Their purpose is to:

• Develop action plans
• Influence decision-making in public and private corporations
• Use propaganda to steer younger generations toward sustainability
• Partner with “agents of change” of corporations, government and society
• Use the international community to secure water, food and energy
• Mandate the “rise of mega-cities”
• Commit world leaders and presidents to changing a global paradigm toward sustainability

Future Earth is a vision concocted by eco-fascists wherein their version of global environmentalism is meant to become all-encompassing as they endeavor to “define pathways towards sustainability and respond effectively to the risks and opportunities”.

Once they are successful in convincing the world that “human activities have already transformed the Earth system”, they will use pseudo-scientific research that supports their agenda and force the nations of the world to make the appropriate transformations toward global sustainability.

Rally Sally
“Success is not final, failure is not fatal:
it is the courage to continue that counts.”
Winston Churchill

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Management plan for 10 NV wilderness areas OK’d

Federal gov & land grabs

PNP comment: Can’t imagine there is no visable controversey over the “management” of these Wildernesses. — Editor Liz Bowen

Associated Press

Published: Sunday, Dec. 30, 2012 –  4:57 pm

Last Modified: Sunday, Dec. 30, 2012 –  5:42 pm

RENO, Nev. — Federal land managers have completed a management plan for 10 wilderness areas around northwestern Nevada’s sprawling Black Rock Desert.

Kristine Struck, a wilderness specialist for the Bureau of Land Management, said public meetings on the plan drew few people because it was not controversial.

Congress made the tough decisions before enacting legislation designating the wilderness areas in 2000, she said, and they’ll continue to be managed with no major changes under the new plan completed this month.

“There wasn’t anybody who expressed any concern,” Struck said. “The establishment by Congress of the wilderness areas was fairly controversial, but the management since then hasn’t been controversial.”

Continued management actions will include reclamation of closed routes, noxious weed control and wildfire rehabilitation. Additional actions could include restoration of aspen and cottonwood stands eliminated by human activity, and inventories of historical, cultural and paleontological sites.

The remote, starkly beautiful wilderness areas were established by the Black Rock Desert-High Rock Canyon Emigrant Trails National Conservation Area Act of 2000. The legislation provided protection for nearly 1.2 million acres of public land, creating an 800,000-acre NCA and designating more than 750,000 acres as wilderness. Some 380,000 acres of wilderness are within the NCA.

The NCA is designed to protect landscapes along the Applegate-Lassen Trail, which was followed by thousands of covered-wagon pioneers en route to California’s gold fields in the 1800s. Historians say the Nevada section of the trail is one of the most unspoiled sections of any historic trail in the West, offering visitors a chance to see the land much as it was in the 19th century.

Gene Seidlitz, manager of the BLM’s Winnemucca district, said management under the new plan will be generally similar to management since the wilderness designations.

“This is an incredibly important step forward in our overall management of these wilderness areas,” he said in a statement. “This will allow for these areas to be managed and protected for future generations.”

The plan will give BLM managers discretion in wildfire management, including the option of full suppression. Some wilderness groups expressed concern over wildfires that burn sage grouse habitat and native grasses.

Ranchers’ access to and maintenance of authorized range developments will continue to be addressed in livestock grazing permits.

The wilderness areas have attracted many hunters and guides but few backpackers because of the lack of water, Struck said. They have no developed campsites or trails.

“You can find a lot of solitude out there,” Struck said. “You can be out there and not see anyone for a very, very long time.”

Read more here:


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Group to help oyster farm battle versus feds closure decision

Agriculture, Lawsuits

PNP comment: A bit of good news for Drake’s Bay Oyster Company. — Editor Liz Bowen

By Mark Prado Marin Independent Journal

Posted:   12/29/2012 03:00:00 PM PST

The Virginia-based Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund has agreed to administer a litigation fund to be used to help finance the Drakes Bay Oyster Company’s lawsuit against the United States National Park Service.

The oyster operation was ordered to close by the government after its long-term lease expired in November. Drakes Bay is fighting the issue in court.

Drakes Bay will solicit support from its customers, supporters, restaurants and others from the Bay Area and Marin, Sonoma and Napa counties with the defense fund managing the money.

The money in the fund will be used to finance the company’s public interest litigation against the park service. Contributions to the fund are not tax deductible as charitable contributions.

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