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Sacramento’s dismantling of trucking in California

Sacramento’s dismantling of trucking in California

    The Editorial Board California is squeezing the life out of small, independent trucking companies. Gov. Gavin Newsom just signed three bills into law that further tighten the state’s grip on the industry’s throat. As always, large companies will be better able to absorb the fees, regulatory costs and compliance burdens than small companies, […]

Road Money Rip-Off – Newsom’s Latest Broken Promise

Road Money Rip-Off – Newsom’s Latest Broken Promise

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and View Go to the dictionary and look up the word “liar”.  You should see the picture of Gavin Newsom.  Ask his first wife, who caught him in bed with the wife of his campaign manager.  As Mayor of San Fran he took an oath of office to […]

Trump administration forces China to sell the Port of Long Beach

Trump administration forces China to sell the Port of Long Beach

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and View China is stealing our technology—and only President Trump has been fighting to stop it.  China has kept our businesses out of China—or only in minority ownership position if allowed in China.  Now, President Trump has ordered the sale of the Chinese government OWNERSHIP of the Port […]

Eighteen Years After 9/11

Eighteen Years After 9/11

    By Shari Goodman It was only recently that we marked the anniversary of 9/11 where 3000 Americans were murdered at the hands of Muslims bent on defeating Western Civilization.  They chose 9/11 to strike an attack because on Sept 11, 1683, the Poles, Holy Roman Empire and the Catholic Holy league defeated the […]

LA County will ask Supreme Court to uphold bans against sleeping on sidewalks

LA County will ask Supreme Court to uphold bans against sleeping on sidewalks

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Go downtown and you see on every street, bikes, cars not moving and people sleeping on the sidewalks.  The same for San Fran and many California cities.  The reason the cops can’t control this is a Supreme Court decision allowing it.    Previously, the Supreme Court allowed […]

Watch Climate Activists Try To Explain Why They Use Products Made From Fossil Fuels

Watch Climate Activists Try To Explain Why They Use Products Made From Fossil Fuels

STEPHANIE HAMILL VIDEO COLUMNIST   The Daily Caller dropped by the climate strike in Washington, D.C. on Friday to learn more about the activists who are demanding that you and I change the way we live, eat and go about our lives. You may be surprised to hear this, but most of the activists are just […]

The Latino Art and Cultural Center of Oxnard: A Dream Deferred?

The Latino Art and Cultural Center of Oxnard: A Dream Deferred?

    By Armando Vazquez The recurring ever present truth in my fifty plus year of promoting, creating, writing about, growing, educating/getting by-in from the community, in creating the necessary critical mass to incite a local art renaissance must be a home-grown, organic and locally incubated partnership of disparate stakeholders (local artist, residents, CBO’s, businesses, […]

LA County Board of Supervisors needs to ensure “Civil Justice” for crime victims

LA County Board of Supervisors needs to ensure “Civil Justice” for crime victims

. . . By Michele Hanisee . The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors recently passed a motion to study the feasibility of creating a “Civil Defense Justice Unit” in the Public Defenders Office to represent “justice involved” individuals in various civil proceedings. (“Justice involved” is the newest politically correct term for “criminal defendant”:. This unit would assist […]

Father Of Parkland Victim Says Guns Aren’t The Problem, Liberal Policies Are

Father Of Parkland Victim Says Guns Aren’t The Problem, Liberal Policies Are

STEPHANIE HAMILL VIDEO COLUMNIST   Andrew Pollack, the father of Parkland victim Meadow Pollack says guns aren’t the problem in America when it comes to mass shootings, he instead blames liberal policies for enabling the mentally ill and evil to kill. Since his daughter’s death, Pollack has focused on finding answers to why his daughter was the victim […]

The Racial Disparity of Murder Victimization

The Racial Disparity of Murder Victimization

    By Eric W. Siddall Every year since the early 1990s, nearly half of all homicide victims have been black men. Given that African-American males represent only about seven percent of the U.S. population, their disproportionately high victimization rate represents a staggering and often-ignored figure. Despite this disheartening statistic, there is some good news. […]