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San Francisco Mayor Denies Walgreens Stores Closing Because of Crime

San Francisco Mayor Denies Walgreens Stores Closing Because of Crime

By Katy Grimes, California Globe San Francisco Mayor London Breed began pushing back this week against Walgreens’ announcement to close five more stores across San Francisco due to rampant retail theft. Now the San Francisco media is helping the Mayor “sell” her agenda. The San Francisco Chronicle reported:   Data released by the San Francisco […]

Newsom is Right – There’s Much His Replacement Can Do If He’s Recalled

Newsom is Right – There’s Much His Replacement Can Do If He’s Recalled

 By Lance Christensen – Cal Political Review During an August 19th interview with a panic-stricken Gov. Gavin Newsom, reporter Elex Michaelson asked Newsom if there’s really anything a new Republican governor could do with super-duper Democratic majorities in the legislature and with every statewide office in the hands of a Democrat.   “You can line-item veto everything […]

Why is NEA Pushing COVID-19 Vaccinations and Testing For All Students?

Why is NEA Pushing COVID-19 Vaccinations and Testing For All Students?

By Stephen Frank Yesterday a 13 year old boy died three days after being forced to take a jab.  Yet, thanks to Congress, neither the drug company nor the government can be sued.  Over 1200 young men, after taking the jab now have life long heart problems—again, they will be forced to pay for the […]

Los Angeles Is Squandering $1.2 Billion While Homeless Face a ‘Spiral of Death’

Los Angeles Is Squandering $1.2 Billion While Homeless Face a ‘Spiral of Death’

By Zach Weissmueller Five years after Los Angeles voters approved a $1.2 billion bond measure and a countywide sales tax hike to raise another estimated $355 million annually to solve its homelessness problem, there are more people living and dying on the streets than ever before. Many of these men and women are both frequent […]

Mask Mandate Returns to State Capitol Building Following New Outbreak

Mask Mandate Returns to State Capitol Building Following New Outbreak

By Evan Symon A small outbreak of COVID-19 cases in the State Capitol Building in the last week has led to the return of the mask mandate in the building on Tuesday. According to a memo from Secretary of the Senate Erika Contreras and and Assembly Chief Administrative Officer Debra Gravert, face masks are required to […]

Defunding The Police Claims Its 41st Victim In Austin–Oakland Murders UP 566% in Year

Defunding The Police Claims Its 41st Victim In Austin–Oakland Murders UP 566% in Year

Commentary By Stephen Frank This is what happens when you defend the police.  In Oakland in the past year homicides went up 566%–not a typo.  In Austin, Texas, they have defunded the police and this decent, peaceful town has had its 41st murder this year. “Austin Mayor Steve Adler and Council Member Greg Casar defunded […]

New Mask Rules for California Capitol: Face Coverings For All

New Mask Rules for California Capitol: Face Coverings For All

By Hannah Wiley California lawmakers, legislative staff and public visitors will still be required to wear face coverings in certain areas of the Capitol regardless of vaccination status, according to internal memos sent on Tuesday to members and employees. Everyone must wear face coverings in common areas like elevators, hallways, stairs, restrooms, committee rooms and […]