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Texas Judge Rules Obamacare Unconstitutional

Texas Judge Rules Obamacare Unconstitutional

By Sean Moran A Texas federal judge on Friday ruled that Obamacare violated the Constitution, likely pushing the ruling towards the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Judge Reed O’Connor, a U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of Texas appointed by former President George W. Bush, ruled that Obamacare violated the Constitution. Twenty Republican state attorneys general […]

WATCH: Migrants Land Boat on California Beach 100 Miles from Border

WATCH: Migrants Land Boat on California Beach 100 Miles from Border

By Bob Price Residents of a California beach community witnessed a surprising incident as a small boat packed with illegal aliens made landfall. The migrants made their way to the beach resort located about 100 miles from the Mexican border in a small panga boat. Officials with the Laguna Beach Police Department tweeted a video […]

Fire evacuees do their best on a sad Thanksgiving

Fire evacuees do their best on a sad Thanksgiving

CHICO, Calif. (AP) — Patty Rough lost her Paradise home and most of her belongings in the Camp Fire, and she had no place to cook a family meal on Thanksgiving. But she and her husband are safe, and she was still able to spend the holiday with her children over plates of turkey, cranberry […]

California: Ferocious Fires Spark Health Concerns as Death Toll Hits 59

California: Ferocious Fires Spark Health Concerns as Death Toll Hits 59

Breitbart News (AP) — Cool weather helped fire crews gain ground Thursday against the nation’s deadliest wildfire in a century, as the search went on for more bodies. At least 59 people were killed and 300 were unaccounted for a week after the flames swept through. Smoke masks. Eye drops. No outdoor exercise. This is how Californians are […]

John Cox, Gavin Newsom Showcase Different Visions for California in Sole Debate

John Cox, Gavin Newsom Showcase Different Visions for California in Sole Debate

By Joel Pollak Republican businessman John Cox and Democrat Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom squared off Monday morning in their first and only debate in the race for governor of California, broadcast live on the Forum program of Bay Area public radio station KQED. The debate, moderated by KQED senior editor Scott Shafer, was comprehensive, covering a wide range of […]

California DMV Wrongly Registered 1,500 People, Including Non-citizens, to Vote in 2018

California DMV Wrongly Registered 1,500 People, Including Non-citizens, to Vote in 2018

By Joel B. Pollak The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) revealed Monday evening that it had registered 1,500 non-eligible people, including non-U.S. citizens, to vote between April and September, despite assuring the public for years it had safeguards to prevent that from happening. The error is the latest scandal for the DMV, which had to […]

UFW Union Booted by Cal Ag Labor Board from Gerawan Farming

UFW Union Booted by Cal Ag Labor Board from Gerawan Farming

By Chriss Street The United Farm Workers (UFW) were booted on Thursday as the union representatives for 3,000 workers at Gerawan Farming by the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board (ALRB) after a court battle that lasted half a decade. According to the Los Angeles Times, the decision is a crushing defeat for the UFW, founded by Cesar Chavez […]

‘Truth in Accounting’ Awards 10 States “F” Grades

‘Truth in Accounting’ Awards 10 States “F” Grades

By Chriss Street A new financial review awarded “F” grades to 10 states that did not have balanced budgets and have taxpayer burdens of over $20,000 per year. The bi-partisan Truth in Accounting (TIA) review plows through the voluminous comprehensive annual financial reports (CAFRs) for each of the 50 states to determine their solvency and burden […]

Trump Credited with Funding California’s First New Water Storage in 40 Years

Trump Credited with Funding California’s First New Water Storage in 40 Years

By Joel B. Pollak President Donald Trump is being credited for the passage of a new provision through the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday that will provide funding to help California to build its first water storage infrastructure in 40 years. McClatchy reported on Thursday: The House approved several provisions Thursday that help fund water storage projects. […]

California Already Spent 98% of Funds to Fight Wildfires

California Already Spent 98% of Funds to Fight Wildfires

By Chriss Street California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection announced Monday that the state spent 98 percent of its 2018 budget and is only halfway through the wildfire season. California has spent $432 million of this year’s $443 million budget for the fire year that runs from May 15 through December 15. CalFire has asked for emergency money from […]