On Thursday, President Donald Trump said that he may pull out federal immigration from California, having expressed frustration over the Golden State’s sanctuary policy regarding illegal aliens. “If we ever said, ‘Hey, let California alone let them figure it out for themselves,’ in two months they’d be begging for us to come back,” Trump said during an event at the White House on law enforcement issues. “They would be begging. And you know what? I’m thinking about doing it.”
Calderon, the Democratic majority leader in California’s lower house, has introduced a bill to stop sit-down restaurants from offering customers straws with their beverages unless they specifically request one. Under Calderon’s law, a waiter who serves a drink with an unrequested straw in it would face up to 6 months in jail and a fine of up to $1,000.
Those unlucky enough not to be Persons of Politically Preferred Pigmentation will find it harder to get a permit to sell marijuana.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission rules on race discrimination.
A California man 41-year-old Mark Feigin has had misdemeanor charges leveled against him in the Peoples’ Republic of Southern California after he sent five anti-Muslim posts to the Islamic Center of Southern California’s (ICSC) Facebook page in 2016.
California has leveled misdemeanor charges against 41-year-old Mark Feigin after he sent five anti-Muslim posts to the Islamic Center of Southern California’s (ICSC) Facebook page in 2016.
Suicides, alcohol poisoning – and drug overdoses fueled in part by the opioid crisis – are the leading causes of rising death rates among white people in California, according to a new study that found the trend is widespread in rural areas of the state.
The gunman who killed four people and wounded at least 10 others, including two children, in Northern California Tuesday tried to access rooms at an elementary school to shoot more kids, police said at a press conference Tuesday night.
Just recently, California became a sanctuary state, and two new, dangerous bills were signed into law. One makes it illegal to refuse to call nursing home residents by other than their preferred pronoun. The other bill “lowers from a felony to a misdemeanor the crime of knowingly exposing a sexual partner to HIV without disclosing the infection.”
And all of these were finalized just this month.
Now another bill just signed into law is forever changing the definition of established, biological characteristics in favor of feelings. Senate Bill No. 179 addresses gender identity, and it is another perilous step in the wrong direction.
Leftist students invaded a school-approved meeting of the College Republicans at the University of California, Santa Cruz, on Sunday, reportedly chanting that “dialogue is violence” and accusing the GOP students of being Nazis, fascists, racists, and white supremacists.
They left out misogynists, bigots, and literally Hitler!
Californians by a wide margin oppose sanctuary cities. A UC Berkeley study codified these findings for the reading public, as a nearly 80% of respondents from all political leanings opposed policies forbidding cooperation between local law enforcement and federal immigration authorities. Why should anyone be surprised? These sanctuary city policies amount to nothing more than dangerous posturing from desperate, self-serving, predominantly Democratic politicians.
Ontario, Quebec and California signed an agreement Friday to create the world’s second largest carbon market, with their leaders dismissing naysayers and predicting that more provinces and states would soon join.
With each passing day and each new ICBM launch from a seemingly unhinged North Korean dictator, the fears of an attack on the U.S. mainland, though faint, increasingly weigh on the hearts and minds of Americans, particularly those in California. As The Guardian points out today, those fears have even prompted a group of California public health officials and emergency responders to gather for a strategy session with Hal Kempfer, a retired marine lieutenant colonel, to discuss which areas are the most likely targets and how citizens should respond to an attack.
A statue of St. Junipero Serra at the Old Santa Barbara Mission in California has been decapitated and splashed with red paint. The bronze statue was vandalized overnight between Sunday and Monday.
Charging people with a felony for knowing giving sexual partners HIV without disclosing their infection is “homophobic” and “discriminatory” against LGBT people, according to California state lawmakers.