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California Is Clueless About Homelessness

California Is Clueless About Homelessness

 Christian Britschgi  “More money, more problems” might as well be the slogan for how San Francisco and Los Angeles approach homelessness. Voters in both cities recently approved billions of dollars in new spending for supportive housing and services for homeless residents. Although the intentions are good and the resources are there, projects in both cities […]

Shared Harvest | MyCovidMD™ Partners With Health Matters Clinic For A Health & Resource Fair And Vaccination Pop-Up

Shared Harvest | MyCovidMD™ Partners With Health Matters Clinic For A Health & Resource Fair And Vaccination Pop-Up

WHEN: August 28, 2021 from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm PST  Pre-register to get vaccinated by visiting myturn.ca.gov, enter zip code 90059 or call (323) 880-0102. For more info visit CovidMD.org  WHERE: Imperial Courts 2250 E. 114th St.  Los Angeles, CA 90059 WHO: Shared Harvest is a social enterprise founded by Black women doctors who […]

Gascón Ideology Is Not Making Us Any Safer

Gascón Ideology Is Not Making Us Any Safer

By Eric W. Siddall According to District Attorney George Gascón, “The past four decades have not made us any safer.” This recent ahistorical statement is incredible for two reasons. First, it reveals willful ignorance by Los Angeles’s top prosecutor of the historic decline in crime since the 1990s. Second, it reflects an ideological bent that […]

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 […]

James Woods Declares Los Angeles Dead: ‘L.A. Is Gone’

James Woods Declares Los Angeles Dead: ‘L.A. Is Gone’

By Samantha Chang, The Western Journal The Democrat-controlled city of Los Angeles has devolved into a squalid cesspool of rampant crime, uncontrolled homelessness and filthy streets littered with trash, drug paraphernalia and human waste. That’s the observation of numerous Californians, including award-winning actor James Woods, who lamented on Monday that the picturesque city he once loved “is […]

10% Of Residents Plan To Move Out Of L.A. County In The Next Year, USC Study Finds

10% Of Residents Plan To Move Out Of L.A. County In The Next Year, USC Study Finds

Commentary By Stephen Frank For the first time in history, California has lost a congressional seat.  In 2020, California lost 182,000 people—while our government schools lost 162,000 students (that they admit losing).  Firms are fleeing the State.  Companies no longer consider the State as a place to grow or build. “About one in 10 residents […]

More than $950 Million Budgeted for LA’s Homeless

More than $950 Million Budgeted for LA’s Homeless

Tim Shaler Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti wants to spend up to $23,000 per homeless person over the next year. That’s the analysis of Garcetti’s state of the city speech April 19 and his 500-plus page budget proposal, covering the July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022 fiscal year. In his speech, Garcetti said, “we will dedicate nearly $1 billion toward ending homelessness… […]

Los Angeles Unified School District sued over mandatory vaccine, digital tracking policy

Los Angeles Unified School District sued over mandatory vaccine, digital tracking policy

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – California Educators for Medical Freedom, with assistance from the Health Freedom Defense Fund (HFDF), has sued the Los Angeles Unified School District over its mandatory vaccine policy and digital tracking system. Both violate federal law and basic human rights, the plaintiffs argue. The second-largest school district in the […]

LA County Might Really Return to Indoor Dining Next Week. Here’s How That’s Possible

LA County Might Really Return to Indoor Dining Next Week. Here’s How That’s Possible

by Farley Elliott  A new vaccine redistribution project from state officials will, when completed, likely push many Southern California counties into the less restrictive red tier for reopening — and it could come as soon as Tuesday night. As has been at worst hinted at repeatedly by local public officials over the past few days, it seems increasingly […]

Los Angeles, Joining Other Big Cities, Moves to Reduce Police in Schools

Los Angeles, Joining Other Big Cities, Moves to Reduce Police in Schools

By Jill Cowan, Shawn Hubler and Kate Taylor Los Angeles will eliminate a third of its school police officers, joining cities like Seattle, Denver and Minneapolis that took action after Black Lives Matter protests. LOS ANGELES — After a monthslong push by students in the nation’s second-largest public school system, leaders in Los Angeles approved a plan on Tuesday […]

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