As my friend Jon Fleishchman says, “You can’t make this stuff up”. The Ventura Star, part of the USA Today network, published an editorial, denouncing the City of Simi Valley and Mayor Bob Huber for the “crime” of closing down Continue reading Ventura Star: Simi Valley Unfair to Pedophilia Folks and Prostitutes—NOT A JOKE
City attorneys in San Francisco and Oakland, California, sued five oil companies in two coordinated lawsuits on Tuesday, arguing that the courts should hold these companies responsible for climate change, and force them to financially compensate the cities for harm Continue reading California Cities Sue Oil Companies over Climate Change
Schools are using Common Core—in math that means teaching two plus two CAN equal five if you understand the process. It also means using “tens” to add and subtract—solving a simple problem takes a couple of minutes of thought instead Continue reading Cajon Valley Union One Of Several Districts Taking On Social Emotional Learning This Year
GUEST POST FROM SAM BOCETTA Why have California gun dealers submitted fifty-four percent fewer government applications for rifles in 2017 compared to those submitted in 2016? Back in July, firearms dealers submitted a mere 21,721 applications to the Federal Bureau Continue reading California Rifle Sales – What Gives in the Golden State?
Some argue, as this article does, that there are four political parties in California. If we are talking about debate societies, they are correct. The GOP is divided into those that stand for election and those that stand for principle. Continue reading Four Political Parties in California? Or Do we have JUST ONE?
We are watching things happen “quickly” in D.C. Thanks to hundreds of thousands nationwide demanding more jobs, better paying jobs and a lower tax rate along with easier and fairer tax codes, Congress is moving to helping the people of Continue reading Tax Relief? Fair/Easier and Lower Taxation? Sign the Petition
Aside from flipping burgers, what other job can someone qualify for after spending $150,000 on a college degree if you have a major in ethnic studies or interpretive dancing? You might be able to teach other sot have an unemployable Continue reading Kentucky has Great Idea! Cut “Interpretive Dance” as a College Degree
At a High School in Folsom, loving your nation via a chant at a football game is no longer allowed. Maybe a Hate America chant would be approved by the so-called professionals running Vista Del Lago High School. Maybe singing Continue reading California high school warns students against chanting ‘USA!’ at sporting events
Thanks to AB 326, barbers and beauticians MUST be trained in domestic Violence issues and reporting them to government. Why? Because your barber and hair dresser listens to your tales of woe. Why stop hear—why not all bartenders, cab drivers, Continue reading Not a Joke! AB 326–Barbers Will Have A Role In Preventing Domestic Abuse
A nationwide shortage of teachers threatens quality education, according to the education establishment and its advocates in the media. But as with the population bomb, Y2K, and the devils of Loudon, the reality of the supposed crisis is quite different from its representation. Continue reading The Teacher-Shortage Myth