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California GOP Blathers About Freedom, But Mostly Backs 'Secrecy Lobby'

Politicians from the party of Reagan and Lincoln should instinctively know the dangers of giving government officials unaccountable power.

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In one of my favorite Far Side comic strips, the first panel offers what people typically say to dogs: "OK Ginger I've had it. You stay out of the garbage! Understand Ginger?" The next panel translates what dogs actually hear: "Blah blah Ginger, blah blah blah Ginger."

I think of that comic sometimes when I'm stuck on the floor of the state Assembly or Senate and hear a Republican legislator giving a speech about "freedom." All I hear is, "Blah blah Constitution, blah, blah limited-government." My comprehension skills are better than the average mutt's, but I'm trained to know blather when I hear it.

On two of the clearest liberty issues to come before the Legislature in recent years, most Republicans have sided with big-government secrecy. Those issues are back this year in the form of Senate Bill 1286, which calls for transparency by California's law enforcement agencies, and SB443, which reins in some of the government's most corrupt property-taking tactics.

Because of a 2006 state Supreme Court decision, Californians have had virtually no access to information about police officers who may have engaged in pattern of misbehaviors or who have been involved in multiple shootings. In Copley Press v. Superior Court, the San Diego Union-Tribune sought access to the disciplinary hearing of a San Diego deputy sheriff who appealed his termination.

The far-reaching ruling blocked the public's access to information that previously was available and that remains widely accessible in most other states. A 2010 report by the Investigative Fund found that 25 of 27 Fresno police officers who were involved in repeated shootings remained on the force. The Copley decision meant the public had no right to learn who they were. That can allow bad officers to fester within a department.

In Tuesday's hearing, Sen. Mark Leno (D-San Francisco) stood up for accountability, while Sen. Jeff Stone (R-Riverside County), did not. "This is not an anti-law-enforcement bill," Leno said. "This bill is not opening all personnel files for public consumption. It's an attempt to rebuild community and police trust through greater public access to sustained charges of egregious law-enforcement conduct."

Perhaps the nation wouldn't be facing so much turmoil over police use-of-force issues if there were fewer union prerogatives and more accountability. The bill recently was amended to deal solely with public records (and not personnel hearings), but even that won't mollify the "secrecy lobby."

"People need to be proven guilty before we disclose their identity and potentially enrage the public," Sen. Stone said.

However, members of myriad professions have their disciplinary proceedings open to the public. We mere citizens could have allegations publicly raised against us (in a court proceeding, for instance) before any finding of guilt.

On the encouraging side, Sen. John Moorlach is a co-sponsor of SB1286. The Costa Mesa Republican also supports reform of the asset-forfeiture process by which police agencies grab the property of citizens who have never been convicted, or even accused, of a crime. The process was designed to battle drug kingpins but has morphed into something despicable.

"The tactic has turned into an evil itself, with the corruption it engendered among government and law enforcement coming to clearly outweigh any benefits," two U.S. Justice Department officials, who developed the program in the 1980s, wrote in a 2014 Washington Post column. New Mexico's governor last year limited the practice after a city attorney was taped bragging: "We could be czars. We could own the city. We could be in the real estate business."

California's current law has some fairly tough restrictions on these takings, so local agencies partner with the feds and operate under more lenient federal laws. Then they split the loot. SB443 would shut down that loophole. Last year, the bill had widespread support, but then police agencies—fearing a loss of revenue—began arm-twisting at the Capitol.

Only a handful of Republicans held firm in the final vote, with Orange County putting in the best showing. Assemblymen Bill Brough (R-Dana Point) and Matt Harper (R-Huntington Beach) were two of only four Republicans in the Assembly who voted "yes" on a bill that did little more than uphold the Fifth Amendment's requirement for due process.

Politicians from the party of Reagan and Lincoln should instinctively know the dangers of giving government officials unaccountable power. That so few of them do is a reminder that, when many of them talk about liberty, all the rest of us should hear is "blah, blah, blah."

This article originally appeared at the OC Register.

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  1. Breaking news: Republicans can be major totalitarians asshats when it comes to the police and matters of “security.”

    1. And drugs.
      And gambling.
      And cronyism.
      And prostitution.
      And gays.
      And entitlements (for the correct people).
      And…

      HEY! Wait a minute! It’s almost like the Rs care about liberty as much as the Ds. It’s almost like they are two sides of the same coin, more interested in obtaining and retaining power than anything resembling liberty.

      1. *ponders shattered worldview….breaks down sobbing*

        1. Stop crying. I thought your running mate was going to eat you first. You’re a lucky dude.

        2. Each considers the other’s liberty to be “license”.

      2. Two sides of the same coin. And they’re battling to the death over that coin — each wants to own it outright.
        All of us, we’re just collateral damage.

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  2. why just blame the republicans when the dems who claim to be for citizens rights control everything in California they are the ones who are the true oppressors since the repubs are overruled by them at ever step.

    1. I can imagine the Libertopia that would exist if the state was left to Republican devices.

      1. It would be Proposition 13 all the way down. The horror.

        1. Paul,

          What Proposition 13 are you referring to?

            1. The Nation keeps dumping me to their home page.

              BANNED.

              1. I merely had to close two annoyances, Rhywun.

                Perhaps this alternate route could work.

                1. Nope but Chrome incognito seems to work. Will peruse in a bit.

                  1. Yeah, inneresting, I use chrome and am having no shenanigans. I suspect the nation is sticking it to the corporate man by eschewing IE and going with Chrome. Revolution!

                    1. I block ads so that might be it.

                2. I’m only skimming but the idea that California is struggling for tax receipts seems, oh, disingenuous? Surely they’re making up for any lack of property taxes in other ways.

                  1. the idea that California is struggling for tax receipts

                    Is ludicrous. The State of California takes in over $100 billion a year. The total collected in property taxes is on top of that, and I can’t find a quick reference.

                    CA isn’t exactly burdened by taxes that are too low. They might want to look at the spending side of the ledger if they can’t get the books to balance.

            2. Nothing is more progressive then a regressive tax.

    2. You’ve confused “pointing out that the Republicans are full of shit” with “blaming Republicans”.

      Certainly the bills would pass if Democrats wanted them too. That’s not the point. The point is that BOTH parties support a powerful, unaccountable government.

      1. Not exactly. Both parties (and any independents who wield authority) support those interests that are easiest to organize. The police are organized. People interested in reining them in are not organized, & not easily organizable. If there were $ to be made by people in the process of reining in the police, such an interest would be organizable.

    3. He’s a director for the R Street Institute, which is a conservative and libertarian think tank, so I’m guessing he’s trying to convince Republicans to support freedom consistently.

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  4. New Mexico’s governor last year limited the practice after a city attorney was taped bragging: “We could be czars. We could own the city. We could be in the real estate business.”

    As crufus pointed out a few days ago in the article about Nebraska curtailing the asset forfeiture, the Institute for Justice is now in the process of trying to get a court order requiring the state to enforce the law against cops ignoring the law they passed about asset forfeiture because the cops apparently give zero fucks about the law and are keepin’ right on keepin’ on with the highway robbery. Whether or not the state ignores the order requiring them to stop ignoring the cops ignoring the law is another matter.

    A decision forcing Albuquerque to follow the law will have implications across the state and even across the country. That’s so damn sad that this is true – the idea of being able to force government to follow the law is ground-breaking legal territory.

    1. Step 1: Call in the National Guard
      Step 2: Lay siege to the offices of the DA and cops who refuse to follow the law.
      Step 3: Watch and laugh as the pretend soldiers get revealed as the bitches they are by Nasty Girls.

      1. Step 4. RICO the all pigs involved in this highly organized crime syndicate.

        Too bad the New Mexico government and the Feds will never do that. If the pigs in a particular locality can disobey any law they find inconvenient with impunity, in what way is locality anything but a police state?

  5. THE REPUBLICANS ARE FUCKING UP CALIFORNIA!!!!!

    1. Damn straight.

    2. Can’t spell supermajority without REPU

      1. Those damn Peruvian undergraduates.

        1. …with their pan flutes and giant hamsters….or Guinea pigs or whatever they are…

    3. I didn’t know there were Republicans in California. I have yet to see one in the wild.

  6. Does it really matter what a GOP member of the CA Legislature speaks about?
    Forget it Steven, it’s Sacramento!

  7. Fed Judge to CA AG Kamala Harris: “Up yours!”

    “Koch-run foundation exempt from naming top donors, judge rules”
    […]
    “Requiring the Americans for Prosperity Foundation to reveal the names and addresses of every contributor of $5,000 or more would violate the foundation’s constitutional right of freedom of association and its donors’ “freedom to speak anonymously” by subjecting them to harassment and threats of violence, U.S. District Judge Manuel Real of Los Angeles said Thursday.”
    http://www.sfgate.com/politics…..304480.php

    But she promised to keep the names secret!

    1. Harris’ office said it would appeal to the Ninth Circuit. The disclosure law is “a long-standing requirement that has helped attorneys general for more than a decade protect taxpayers against fraud,” said spokeswoman Kristin Ford.

      Taxpayers are screwed by not being able to vote to give themselves your money.

      1. Harris is a partisan piece of shit who has zero interest in justice and all sorts of interest in power.

    2. The decision also noted the remarkable inability of the AGs office to keep similar lists secret in the past.

      For once, a judge who isn’t (pretending to be?) painfully naive.

  8. “Drone” that hit British Airways jet was likely a plastic bag

    http://arstechnica.com/informa…..astic-bag/

    I guess its a good thing that that bag, with its titanium skeleton, didn’t get sucked into an engine.

  9. I dont think slum dog is going to like that. Wow.

    http://www.Web-Privacy.tk

  10. Scam still working for Jackson:

    “Rev. Jesse Jackson continues push for diversity in tech industry”
    […]
    “Two years ago, Rev. Jesse Jackson set his sights on Silicon Valley. He promised to push tech companies and venture capital firms to prioritize diversity and inclusion and make progress in upping their numbers of historically underrepresented groups like women and people of color.”

    Yep, those donations to his NGO ain’t feeding the bulldog anymore; need to lean on some new blood. Can’t have Obo draining the well dry, can we?

    1. Shaking down corporation is how he makes his money. Everyone who’s ever paid attention to the Jackson money machine knows that his “solution” to the racial issue is you hire firms that are on Jackson’s Rainbow coalition “preferred lists” who kick back a percentage of any contracts back to Jackson.

      1. Coors did not put up with that bullshit.

    2. Haven’t heard from him in a while. It’s good to know he’s still out there fighting the fight.

      1. I’m trying to add a witty reply in German but it won’t take.

    3. Fuck Jesse Jackson. Why do you still care what that con artist does?

  11. Um… the “Party of Lincoln” had party credentials about as tried-and-true as John Mcafee’s LP credentials. The tariff that revived the Abomination and sparked the war passed before Abe was elected. All he did was enforce it. And it is not at all out-of-place to recall what Lysander Spooner said about the Republicans: “How shall we defend ourselves and our property against them? Who, of our neighbors, are members of this secret band of robbers and murderers? How can we know which are their houses, that we may burn or demolish them? Which their property, that we may destroy it? Which their persons, that we may kill them, and rid the world and ourselves of such tyrants and monsters?” He was referring the unverifiable secret ballot then spreading like election fraud across the nation.
    Let’s face it: criminals are the class most keen to keep their identities secret from their victims. And never in history has a looter political party admitted it had erred.

    1. But but the Democrats are worse!

      /GOPHNR

    1. The last two pics don’t look very appealing.

      1. All of them look horrifying.

        1. Good. I’m not the only one.

  12. Republicans like to talk about freedom and limited government a lot but, as with many things in politics, they don’t really mean it.

    Shhhh! Don’t tell the Peanut Gallery that. They are still hopeful that Team Red will answer all their prayers.

    1. Peanuts was written by Charles Schultz.
      Charles Shultz once lived in Colorado Springs.
      Colorado Springs was the birthplace of the Libertarian Party.
      Did I win?

      1. Well, you were close:

        A peanut gallery was, in the days of vaudeville, a nickname for the cheapest (and ostensibly rowdiest) seats in the theater, the occupants of which were often known to heckle.[1]

        The least expensive snack served at the theatre would often be peanuts, which the patrons would sometimes throw at the performers on stage to show their disapproval. The phrases “no comments from the peanut gallery” or “quiet in the peanut gallery” are extensions of the name.[1]

        In 1943 the Howdy Doody children’s radio show adopted the name to represent its audience of children.[2] Howdy Doody is most remembered for its later transition to television, which continued the Peanut Gallery audience, now on camera. It is from this usage that the name of the comic strip Peanuts was derived.[3]

        Wikipedia

        1. Well I’ll be! Knew all the other stuff, did not know Charles Schultz named the strip after it, but it makes sense.

        2. I looked at the source cited (now footnote 11), but doubt it. I believe the part about the need to change it from “Li’l Folks”, but not about where they got “Peanuts” from. I think it came either from the fact that the characters themselves resembled peanuts in the shell, or the slang use of the word to mean “small stuff”. I think the bit about its coming from Howdy Doody is just a story made up long after the fact. If they’d wanted a distinctive trademark, why would they deliberately choose a word for its linkage to something else in entertainment? I heard from a Schulz interview that it was from the slang use of the word to mean “small stuff”, and that that was why he was insulted by it.

    2. Zzzzzzzzzzzzz.

    1. His NIN – Closer is awesome.

  13. Do you save these up all week, Eddie, or this like a stream of browsing consciousness?

    1. It’s more or less random.

  14. Blaming the GOP in Cali is like dialing up Emmanuel Goldstein for two minutes of hate.
    However “The Theory and Practice of Oligarchical Collectivism” is SOP in Sacramento.

    1. I read this in Dennis Miller’s voice, and it absolutely works.

      1. Cant stand O’Reilly, but when the wife is watching and Miller is on I usually will listen. Still like him.

    2. Why did you misspell ‘Savonarola’?

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Girolamo_Savonarola

      I love names. And Savonarola is one of my favorite right-wing villains.

      1. I’m not surprised you’d superficially label him as ‘right-wing’.

        1. Nothing “superficial” about it. He was a classic right-wing nutcase.

          1. If there was a ‘label’ to tag him with ‘populist’ is more appropriate. If you read his positions carefully, they could fit both left and right narratives. He held classic republican ideals:

            http://bit.ly/1MOkgjO

            http://bit.ly/1qHhCSH

            1. He believed in his version of Catholic supremacy and the annihilation of heretics.

              Right-wing politics hold that some forms of social stratification or social inequality are inevitable, natural, normal, or desirable,[1][2][3] typically defending this position on the basis of natural law, economics or tradition.[4][5][6][7][8][9]

              Wikipedia.

              CLASSIC right wing.

              1. That’s ONE aspect of his views. You’re cherry picking to fit your assertion.

                In your own wiki link it says he ‘He was known for his prophecies of civic glory, the destruction of secular art and culture, and his calls for Christian renewal. He denounced clerical corruption, despotic rule and the exploitation of the poor.”

                Some of those can be seen as ‘left-wing’.

                So, not helpful to pigeon-hole.

                Now go read each of those in the proper context of RENAISSANCE ITALY.

                Pas la meme chose.

              2. Once again shrike copy-pastes a definition of “right-wing” from Wikipedia that DESCRIBES HIMSELF.

                You think Soros and Buffett and other billionaires are totally awesome, right? As long as they’re Team Blue like you? Meanwhile, countless people on this planet are homeless and starving. Therefore, you endorse “social stratification or social inequality.” So you’re a right-winger by your own preferred criteria.

                1. So you’re a right-winger by your own preferred criteria.

                  But I am not a nutjob.

                2. I have often proclaimed that I believe in a meritocracy. So has Buffett.

                  If that puts me on the right – I don’t care.

                  But the nutjobs believe in supremacy based on religion, race, or nationality. (see Trump)

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                    “I have often proclaimed that I believe in a meritocracy. So has Buffett.”

                    You’re a lying sack of shit with daddy issues who pretends to knowledge.
                    You been busted; fuck off.

                  2. You believe in what many of your fellow Democrats call “white supremacy” as well, since you oppose racial preferences. No amount of your Obama-fellating will fix that.

                    Face it shrike, you’re a lazy, shitty troll who can’t even come up with a working definition of “right-wing” that explains why somebody like Ted Cruz fits that description as it’s understood in modern American politics. Instead you copy-paste comically simplistic shit from Wikipedia that describes yourself and basically everybody who posts here.

              3. The annihilation of heretics seems to be more of a lefty thing in recent decades.

          2. He was a classic right-wing nutcase.

            Considering “right” and “left” a political labels originated during the French Revolution, three centuries after he died, I don’t see how this is really possible.

        2. And Bernie Sanders is a left-wing idiot (before you call me biased).

          You, Rufus, just reflexively defend conservatives.

          1. No, you just don’t know how to read history, squelching strunz’.

            http://bit.ly/1prfQUK

            http://trib.in/1XNK4Nx

      2. Sit on it Potsie.

        1. Well, I stand corrected! You named yourself after an online catalog chair.

          I would never have suspected that.

          1. What the fuck is an online catalog?

            You mean “not a catalog”?

            1. “What the fuck is an online catalog?”

              I hate to educate turd, but should we tell him it’s a “website”? I mean, it’s sort of cruel to let him wallow around like that…
              Ah, hell. Let him wallow!

          2. I stand corrected

            And that is SOP for you. Your feet must be killing you by now.

            1. That must be one hell of a chair.

        2. That’s a pretty nice chair!

  15. It’s behind a paywall, but the headline made me LOL

    http://www.wsj.com/articles/do…..1461365775

    1. “Ewwww!”

      /teenage girl

    2. YUUUUUeuphmism

    3. Also, the GOP is obviously not even waiting until they’ve got congressional approval for their rape camps before they start violating women. Whatever happened to checks and balances? SMH

  16. GOP News – aka the “Freedom Party”.

    Gov. Paul LePage vetoed a bill Wednesday that would allow pharmacists to dispense an anti-overdose drug without a prescription, saying that allowing addicts to keep naloxone on hand “serves only to perpetuate the cycle of addiction.”

    The Legislature passed the bill “under the hammer” ? or unanimously without a roll call ? this month as part of lawmakers’ attempts to address Maine’s growing opioid addiction epidemic.

    Maine already allows family members of addicts to receive prescriptions for naloxone hydrochloride ? also commonly known by the brand name Narcan ? which quickly counteracts the potentially deadly effects of an opiate overdose. The bill, L.D. 1547, aims to make the antidote even more readily available by allowing a pharmacist to dispense naloxone without a prescription to individuals “at risk of experiencing an opioid-related drug overdose” or to a friend or family member of someone at risk.

    http://www.pressherald.com/201…..dose-drug/

    1. If only Reason had written about that.

      1. I had to work today.

        I’ll go back and look at this mornings articles.

        Sorry to offend you by reposting.

        1. Those floors aren’t going to clean themselves.

          1. Nor the trash cans get emptied by magic.

            1. I had my wife’s Mexican food last night so this toilet could use a scrub too

    1. SF’d the link.
      Is RIP in peace kinda like an ATM machine?
      Also, heard “Rest in Purple” this morning, thought it was ok.

        1. Yeah well, Doris Roberts died too.

          1. Lemme know when Estelle Costanzo passes on.

        2. LOL “finger prints”.

          I loved that show when I was… Would I have been a kid? Young adult? Nobody but me cares; it was a good show. I also liked Pinky and The Brain.

          1. I detested that show when I was a kid because it was on at the same time as Power Rangers, and my older brother and I would always argue over who would get to watch which show.

      1. Is RIP in peace kinda like an ATM machine?
        I’ll let you know Saturday AM in the morning.

      2. Lonnie Mack just died, too.

  17. I know you guys are all wondering “What’s Jackace up to?”

    well!

    What a guy! What would we be without his dead-thread nonsequitur irrelevant posts.

    1. Talk about fucking a dead horse.

      Save me the trouble, what was your old handle?

      1. I dropped him a note and misspelled a word. Ah well; he deserves no better.

    2. I know you guys are all wondering “What’s Jackace up to?”

      About four foot?

  18. If and when government officials are granted “unaccountable powers”, they should be held responsible, without limits, for the abuse/misuse of these powers.

  19. “NBA says LGBT law must change for All-Star game to stay In NC”
    […]
    “While speaking at the Associated Press Sports Editors’ commissioner meetings Thursday, league head Adam Silver said that a “change in the law” would be necessary for the NBA to move forward with hosting next year’s All-Star game in Charlotte, according to CBS Sports.”
    http://www.sfgate.com/entertai…..294585.php

    It is the NBA’s party, the NBA is a private organization (yeah, John will bust my chops on stadiums and such), and this is in the best tradition of ‘hitting ’em in the wallet’.

      1. Dunno if you caught the link last week about a college womens’ hoops coach ‘coming out’ (what a tired phrase…) and at least one or two people pretending to be surprised.
        And then I’m sure there are folks who would be shocked to learn that those buff f’ball bods attract “certain” guys to play in college ball and then the NFL.

    1. Does anybody actually still watch the NBA?

      1. Seems so:

        “The NBA heads into its postseason today with across-the-board ratings momentum from every corner ? even China.”
        […]
        “For the entire 2015-16 regular season, which wrapped Wednesday with a pair of ratings blockbusters, combined viewership for ABC, TNT and ESPN averaged 1.9 million viewers, up 8% from last season for the largest year-over-year growth in five years. Additionally, the league-owned NBA TV network averaged 345,000 for live games, up 19% from last year.”
        http://variety.com/2016/tv/new…..201754874/

    2. In NC this week. News has been nonstop HB2. One of the stories was federal education funding was at risk and your school district could lose millions!! Pearl Jam canceled their concert in Raleigh two nights ago too.

      Something I did not know before– the phrase in the law about using the bathroom of the sex on birth certificate isn’t just some random straight jacketed requirement but because post operative transgenders can have their birth certificate changed to match their new gender.

      1. That’s our rule in the hospital (for “social” issues) – when you get the paperwork, we’ll room you, etc. that way.

        Naturally, some people are shocked that the clinicians don’t really give a shit about your plastic surgery and hormone treatments. For them, its the scientific reality that matters. Still got XX chromosomes and a uterus? You ain’t getting in the CAT scanner until we’re sure you aren’t pregnant.

    3. In a world where more than a few groups force women into sex slavery, the biggest humans rights issue in the world is letting dudes in a dress use the women’s bathroom.

      1. Well, that and the confederate flag.

        ISIS? Boko Harum? Keeping actual slaves? No biggie.

        Flag from 150 years ago when almost everyone in the world kept slaves! Most important thing ever.

        1. I guess when Michelle was twittering “bring back our girls”, she wasn’t really expecting them to come back wearing Semtex vests.

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  24. A “pattern of misbehaviors”? Is that different from a “pattern of misbehavior” (without the final “s”)? I’m not sure I’ve ever seen the word “misbehaviors” before. I don’t much like it. In fact, I don’t like the word “behaviors” at all. It is a word which implicitly strips people of agency. People engage in actions. The sum total of their actions constitutes their behavior. A few decades ago, the plural form “behaviors” would have been considered psychological jargon, not standard English. It has crept into our language, much to our detriment. Animals “exhibit behavior”, even inanimate objects subjected to various forces do. People act. Libertarians should think about the implications of the language they use.

    1. My head literally fell of from nodding so much while reading that.

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