SACRAMENTO – In his veto message of two bills that would have banned smoking at California state parks and beaches, Gov. Jerry Brown argued that there must be “some limit to the coercive power of government.” Nevertheless, in a sea Continue reading Gov. Brown signs major bills – How will they affect you?
Click on the headline of the article and you will note a chart in the original article. Based on its findings, LAUSD is expected to go from over 600,000 in 2011, to just over 450,000 students in 2021. The good Continue reading LA district schools lost 13,100 students this year–Will Lose 150,000 Between 2011-2021
A curious headline this week from mainstream media’s USA Today actually acknowledged that “Guns don’t kill people – men and boys kill people.” If the story ended there, it would be fine, but they just had to jump into the Continue reading That’s Right: We Need More Men with Guns – Not Less
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s Thursday, Oct. 12, and here’s what’s happening across California: TOP STORIES Where was the warning? As fast-moving fires invaded neighborhoods across Northern California this week, residents in Napa and Sonoma Continue reading Essential California: The wildfire death toll grows in Northern California
No place was more familiar to Brady Harvell than Mocha Lane. He grew up in one of the houses lining the quiet street in Santa Rosa. As a kid, he spent countless hours cruising it on his bike, often ending Continue reading ‘How do you put an entire neighborhood back together?’ Santa Rosa reels after historic wildfire levels homes
A think tank at Stanford University, known for bringing investment earnings forecasts into the public pension debate in California, issued a new study last week that looks at how rising pension costs are reducing government services. The study found that while pension Continue reading How pension costs reduce government services
San Fernando police shot and killed a 58-year-old man armed with a knife early Sunday while responding to a domestic violence call, authorities said. About 11 a.m., a caller reported hearing someone screaming in an apartment in the 100 block Continue reading Police fatally shoot man in San Fernando
Be warned – questionable content follows… Just when we think we’ve seen it all, news about a penis-fest jumps off the computer screen and quite literally smacks us in the face. Katie Pavlich For those who think California is the Continue reading 2ND AMENDMENT AND KATIE PAVLICH SPUR CRUDE COLLEGE PROTEST