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SB-9 A Bad Housing Choice for California

SB-9 A Bad Housing Choice for California

    By Richard Eber In all of my years spent in baseball I can never recall a team sacrifice bunting a runner from first to second when trailing by five runs in the last inning.  There is a good reason for this.  Such strategy will never work because it is a rally killer by […]

Election Integrity Group would love to be put Out of Business…but there is HR1

Election Integrity Group would love to be put Out of Business…but there is HR1

EIPCa would love to be put out of business. Really. No one would be more thrilled than we to verify that California’s election process had found a way to ensure that ALL eligible, and ONLY eligible voters could easily register and conveniently cast a safe, uncoerced and verifiable vote, and that those votes would be […]

CA to allow theme parks like Disneyland, live shows to resume at reduced capacity on April 1

CA to allow theme parks like Disneyland, live shows to resume at reduced capacity on April 1

ANAHEIM, Calif. — California will allow certain outdoor activities to resume with capacity restrictions, including the reopening of theme parks, on April 1, health officials announced Friday. Theme parks may open at 15% capacity when their respective counties enter the state’s red tier designation, Dr. Mark Ghaly, secretary of California Health and Human Services, said […]

Newsom Wants Californians To Wear 2 Masks; Will Not Follow “Terrible Mistake” Being Made Texas, Florida

Newsom Wants Californians To Wear 2 Masks; Will Not Follow “Terrible Mistake” Being Made Texas, Florida

By Tom Tapp “We will be doubling down on mask wearing,” said California Governor Gavin Newsom on Thursday, “not arguing to follow the example of Texas and other states that I think are making a terrible mistake.” It’s the second time this week that Newsom, a Democrat, has ripped the actions of his Republican counterpart Greg Abbott of Texas. Just minutes after Newsom announced on Tuesday […]

Newsom: California mulls using vaccine rates to help determine county tiers

Newsom: California mulls using vaccine rates to help determine county tiers

By Hope Miller LONG BEACH, Calif. — During a news conference in Long Beach on Wednesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom said that changes could be coming soon to California’s tiered reopening system as more COVID-19 vaccines are administered. “There are conversations that we’ve been having with county local health officers and other local elected officials around the […]

Opposition Is Rising to Teacher Union-Mandated Shutdowns

Opposition Is Rising to Teacher Union-Mandated Shutdowns

    By Larry Sand Refusing to accept responsibility for Covid-related lockdowns, the American Federation of Teachers tars Republicans. In a recent Wall Street Journal op-ed, former New Jersey governor Chris Christie, a Republican, correctly blamed the nation’s teachers unions for the overwrought Covid-related lockdowns that have strangled public education throughout much of the country. The American Federation […]

California High School Athletes Sue Governor Over Indoor Sports Restrictions

California High School Athletes Sue Governor Over Indoor Sports Restrictions

BY GQ PAN A group of high school athletes in Southern California are suing Gov. Gavin Newsom over the statewide ban on indoor youth sports during the CCP virus pandemic. Five student athletes from Orange County—two volleyball players, a basketball player, a wrestler, and a cheerleader—filed a joint lawsuit against Newsom, seeking a temporary restraining order that would allow them to return […]

Costa Mesa Fairgrounds to Host Gun Show, Despite Backlash

Costa Mesa Fairgrounds to Host Gun Show, Despite Backlash

BY JACK BRADLEY The Costa Mesa fairgrounds will host a gun show in late March, despite fierce opposition from a California senator. The Crossroads of the West Gun Show will run March 26 to 28, after The Orange County Fair and Event Center board of directors approved its return during a Feb. 25 meeting. Ashleigh Aitken was the only dissenting vote. On Feb. […]

Deal reached to get California children back in classrooms

Deal reached to get California children back in classrooms

By The Associated Press Most public school classes have not been held in-person since March of last year because of the coronavirus. SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California’s public schools could tap into $6.6 billion from the Legislature if they return to in-person instruction by the end of March, according to a new agreement announced Monday between Gov. […]

Update: 99.9% of California Passes Newsom’s K-6 Reopening Threshold; School Districts Set Tentative Reopening Dates With Teachers Unions in the Way

Update: 99.9% of California Passes Newsom’s K-6 Reopening Threshold; School Districts Set Tentative Reopening Dates With Teachers Unions in the Way

By Brandon Ristoff CLICK HERE to see which benchmarks your county has passed this week. On February 23, the California Department of Public Health’s released their updated Blueprint for a Safer Economy. With this new update, fifty-five out of fifty-eight counties, which covers 99.9% of the Californian population, have reached Newsom’s K-6 school reopening threshold. Five new […]

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