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Conception dive boat captain charged with manslaughter for fire that killed 34

Conception dive boat captain charged with manslaughter for fire that killed 34

LOS ANGELES — The captain of a scuba diving boat that caught fire and sank off the coast of California last year, killing 34 people who were trapped below deck, was indicted Tuesday on federal manslaughter charges for one of the deadliest maritime disasters in recent U.S. history. Jerry Boylan was charged with 34 counts […]

Mayor Dined At French Laundry One Night After Newsom — Three Days Before She Banned Indoor Dining In San Francisco

Mayor Dined At French Laundry One Night After Newsom — Three Days Before She Banned Indoor Dining In San Francisco

Mary Margaret Olohan |Social Issues Reporter The mayor of San Francisco dined in a semi-enclosed room at the French Laundry restaurant three days before she banned indoor dining in her city. Mayor London Breed’s spokesman Jeff Cretan confirmed to the San Francisco Chronicle that the mayor dined at the French Laundry on Nov. 7. The restaurant, located […]

CA Controller Publishes 2019 K-12 Education Salary Data

CA Controller Publishes 2019 K-12 Education Salary Data

SACRAMENTO — State Controller Betty T. Yee today updated her Government Compensation in California website to include self-reported 2019 salary data for K-12 education employers in the state. The data cover 451,538 positions and more than $18.71 billion in wages at employers including public school districts, charter schools, and county offices of education. While cities, counties, […]

Pastor Jack Hibbs: ‘The Office of President-Elect does not exist’

Pastor Jack Hibbs: ‘The Office of President-Elect does not exist’

By Michael Hernandez CHINO HILLS—”What year was the Office of The President-Elect” created? asked Calvary Pastor Jack Hibbs before starting his Sunday in-person service on “The Futures: What Happens Next?” Pastor Hibbs continued reading his tweet of Nov. 26th: “What Department of the Government oversees “The Office of the President-Elect? Is “The Office of The […]

Church Asks Supreme Court to Rule on Newsom’s COVID-19 Rules

Church Asks Supreme Court to Rule on Newsom’s COVID-19 Rules

BY MATTHEW VADUM A church in San Diego has appealed to the Supreme Court to intervene in its ongoing lawsuit challenging California’s heavy-handed and allegedly discriminatory restrictions on houses of worship that purport to combat the virus that causes the disease COVID-19. Religious leaders have been emboldened since the Supreme Court last week blocked New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, from […]

Why We Fight Government Unions

Why We Fight Government Unions

    By Edward Ring The California Policy Center, established in 2013, exists to expose and undermine the destructive power of government unions. Most Californians still don’t understand the threat these unions represent to the integrity of our democracy, the agenda of our politicians, and the solvency of our public institutions. Government unions, sometimes also referred […]

Churches are Essential! Join us on December 2 @ 12pm PST – Open CA Churches Now!

Churches are Essential! Join us on December 2 @ 12pm PST – Open CA Churches Now!

  Dec 2, Wednesday 12pm – Pastors Joins us! California Governor Gavin Newsom has no plan to ever allow churches to fully reopen at any time in the future!  Governor Newsom has arbitrarily decided to order the majority of California back into the most restrictive purple category and impose a 10:00 p.m. curfew just ahead […]

California’s Top Police Chief Talks Toll of Protests, Pandemic on Officers

California’s Top Police Chief Talks Toll of Protests, Pandemic on Officers

BY BRAD JONES Activists and celebrities who tell people that police are hunting “black and brown targets” are hurting more than helping minority communities, says one of California’s top cops. “It’s just reprehensible to me. Nothing could be further from the truth,” Eric Nuñez told The Epoch Times. Nuñez is the president of  the California Police Chiefs Association (CPCA) […]

Public workshop to focus on water conveyance needs and funding options in Southern California

Public workshop to focus on water conveyance needs and funding options in Southern California

The California Water Commission is conducting a series of public workshops as part of its efforts to assess a potential state role in financing conveyance projects that could help meet needs in a changing climate. The Commission’s goal with these workshops is to learn from diverse voices across the state. Participants from the region are […]

Some California counties winding down hotels for homeless

Some California counties winding down hotels for homeless

By JANIE HAR SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Some California counties are pushing ahead with plans to wind down a program that’s moved homeless people into hotel rooms amid the coronavirus pandemic, despite an emergency cash infusion from the state aimed at preventing people from returning to the streets in colder weather as the virus surges. […]

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