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More Windshields Being Shattered on SoCal Highways, Authorities Say

More Windshields Being Shattered on SoCal Highways, Authorities Say

BY JACK BRADLEY The California Highway Patrol (CHP) says it’s seeing a rise in windshields being shattered on California freeways. The latest cases happened from May 9 to May 10, when four people reported having their windows smashed by an unknown object while traveling along California State Route 91 in Riverside. In recent months, there have […]

Parents Organize to Push Back Against Critical Race Theory

Parents Organize to Push Back Against Critical Race Theory

BY PETR SVAB A growing number of American parents are getting together to find ways to block the spread of the quasi-Marxist critical race theory (CRT) in schools where they send their children. They see the doctrine as a culprit in creating a toxic environment and exacerbating problems it claims to ameliorate. School officials have been responding with […]

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… […]

In San Francisco, Drug Overdoses Claimed Twice as Many Lives as COVID-19

In San Francisco, Drug Overdoses Claimed Twice as Many Lives as COVID-19

BY IVAN PENTCHOUKOV More than twice as many people died from accidental drug overdoses in San Francisco in 2020 than from the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, according to preliminary data released by the city’s office of the Chief Medical Examiner. A total of 713 people died from drug overdoses in the city in 2020 compared to 255 who died from the CCP virus, commonly […]

Election Fraud Prosecution at an ‘All-Time High’: Texas Attorney General’s Office

Election Fraud Prosecution at an ‘All-Time High’: Texas Attorney General’s Office

BY JACK PHILLIPS An official in Texas’ Attorney General’s office testified during a state House hearing that the number of election fraud cases in Texas is at an “all-time high.” The amount is “higher than our historical average by a long shot,” said Jonathan White, the head of the election fraud agency within the Texas Attorney General’s Special Prosecution […]

Over 100 Fully Vaccinated People in Washington State Test Positive for COVID-19

Over 100 Fully Vaccinated People in Washington State Test Positive for COVID-19

BY ZACHARY STIEBER More than 100 people in Washington state have tested positive for COVID-19 after being fully vaccinated, authorities said March 30. Epidemiologists have found evidence of 102 so-called breakthrough cases since Feb. 1. That number represents 0.01 percent of people in the state who have been fully vaccinated against the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, which causes COVID-19. […]

Proposed California Housing Policies Target Single-Family Homes in Push for Social Equity, Officials Say

Proposed California Housing Policies Target Single-Family Homes in Push for Social Equity, Officials Say

BY BRAD JONES Proposed state housing policies that seek to brand single-family home ownership in Southern California as exclusionary are making it more difficult to solve the region’s housing woes, some local officials say—but supporters are defending the policies as necessary to correct historical biases in the market. The officials, who are regional council members of the Southern […]

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. […]

CPAC Conference Focuses Heavily on Election Integrity

CPAC Conference Focuses Heavily on Election Integrity

BY PETR SVAB The Conservative Political Action Conference, the country’s largest conservative conference, is dedicating the largest portion of its program to election integrity this year. The Feb. 25-28 conference features at least nine program points focused on elections, including seven part series of talks on “Protecting Elections,” a panel titled “Shining a Light on the […]

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