Posted in California Crime Economy George Floyd Looting Politics Santa Ana

Santa Ana: Activists Beg Rioters Not to Loot Minority-Owned Businesses

Supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement took to social media Saturday night and early Sunday morning to beg those participating in riots in Santa…

Continue Reading Santa Ana: Activists Beg Rioters Not to Loot Minority-Owned Businesses
Posted in California Chinese virus coronavirus Economy Elon Musk health Masters of the Universe Tech Tesla Wuhan coronavirus

Tesla Gives Elon Musk a $775 Million Payday

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has cashed in the first portion of an incentive-based stock options payout for keeping the company’s market capitalization at $100 billion…

Continue Reading Tesla Gives Elon Musk a $775 Million Payday
Posted in California casinos coronavirus Covid-19 Economy health Politics

Multiple Los Angeles Area Casinos Reopen for Memorial Day Weekend

Several casinos in the greater Los Angeles-area have reopened for Memorial Day weekend after nearly two months of being shut down due to the deadly…

Continue Reading Multiple Los Angeles Area Casinos Reopen for Memorial Day Weekend
Posted in American taxpayers California CARES Act China coronavirus Democrats Economy illegal immigration Immigration Politics Southern Border Tom Cotton U.S.-Mexico border

Tom Cotton: Defund States Giving Coronavirus Relief to Illegal Aliens

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) has introduced legislation that will defund states and localities providing American taxpayer-funded coronavirus relief money to illegal aliens.

Continue Reading Tom Cotton: Defund States Giving Coronavirus Relief to Illegal Aliens
Posted in California Economy Eric Garcetti Gavin Newsom health homeless homelessness Los Angeles NIMBY Politics San Francisco

Report: Half of California’s 15,000 Hotel Rooms for Homeless Are Empty

Half of the 15,000 hotel rooms leased under Operation Roomkey, California’s program to provide emergency housing to the homeless during the coronavirus pandemic, are empty.

Continue Reading Report: Half of California’s 15,000 Hotel Rooms for Homeless Are Empty
Posted in agriculture Business California China coronavirus Covid-19 Economics Illinois Indiana Iowa Maryland Nevada South Dakota Utah Washington D.C. West Virginia Wuhan virus Wyoming

We’re Setting Out Across America To Discover The State Of Main Street

America’s reawakening is an unfolding story, one our young country has never lived before. To work to understand it and to tell it, The Federalist…

Continue Reading We’re Setting Out Across America To Discover The State Of Main Street
Posted in California cash bail Crime Economy Fresno health shelter in place Stay at Home

Fresno County Sheriff Won’t Enforce Stay-at-Home Orders; Too Busy Re-arresting Freed Criminals

Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims said Tuesday that she would not be able to enforce Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home orders because she was too busy…

Continue Reading Fresno County Sheriff Won’t Enforce Stay-at-Home Orders; Too Busy Re-arresting Freed Criminals
Posted in California Chad Bianco Economy Gavin Newsom health lockdown Politics Reopen America

California Sheriff: ‘I Refuse to Make Criminals Out of Business Owners’

Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco refuses to “make criminals out of business owners, single moms, and otherwise healthy individuals for exercising their constitutional rights.”

Continue Reading California Sheriff: ‘I Refuse to Make Criminals Out of Business Owners’
Posted in California coronavirus Covid-19 Economy Gavin Newsom health Los Angeles Politics stay-at-home orders

‘Freedom Is Essential’: Protest Against Coronavirus Stay-at-Home Orders in L.A.

LOS ANGELES, California — Hundreds gathered at the Los Angeles City Hall on Friday to protest Gov. Gavin Newsom’s coronavirus stay-at-home orders and to demand…

Continue Reading ‘Freedom Is Essential’: Protest Against Coronavirus Stay-at-Home Orders in L.A.
Posted in California coronavirus Economy Gavin Newsom health lockdowns Politics stay-at-home orders

Northern California Counties Begin to Loosen Restrictions

Six counties in California’s Bay Area are gearing up to relax restrictions, beginning Monday, May 4.

Continue Reading Northern California Counties Begin to Loosen Restrictions
Posted in California economic shutdown Economics Economy Elites lockdowns pandemic pandemics public health shutdown

California’s Pandemic Response Will Further Enrich Its Elites At The Expense Of The Working And Middle Class

In California, the pandemic seems likely to give the state’s political and corporate elites a new license to increase their dominion while continuing to keep…

Continue Reading California’s Pandemic Response Will Further Enrich Its Elites At The Expense Of The Working And Middle Class
Posted in California Economy Jobs Local polls unemployment USC Dornsife /LA Times Presidential Election Poll

Survey: Less Than Half of L.A. County Still Has a Job After Coronavirus

A survey by the USC Dornsife Center for Economic and Social Research reports that “less than half of Los Angeles County residents — 45% compared with…

Continue Reading Survey: Less Than Half of L.A. County Still Has a Job After Coronavirus
Posted in California Economy illegal immigration Immigration Migrant migration Politics

CA Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom to Bail Out Poor Illegal Immigrants with Taxpayers’ Money

California’s Democrat governor is providing a $500 per person bailout to 150,000 poor illegal migrants throughout the state, according to the Associated Press.

Continue Reading CA Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom to Bail Out Poor Illegal Immigrants with Taxpayers’ Money
Posted in California Chinese virus coronavirus Economy Elon Musk Gavin Newsom health Masters of the Universe SpaceX Tech Tesla Wuhan coronavirus

Sacramento Bee: Elon Musk’s Plan Is ‘Move Fast and Fake Things’

A recent article from the Sacramento Bee claims that Elon Musk’s ventilator scheme, which the Bee mocks as a “move fast and fake things” plan,…

Continue Reading Sacramento Bee: Elon Musk’s Plan Is ‘Move Fast and Fake Things’
Posted in California coronavirus Economy health Oregon Politics Washington

California, Oregon, and Washington Launch Pact to Reopen Economies

A trio of west-coast states — California, Oregon, and Washington — announced Monday that they are working on a plan to reopen their economies once the Chinese coronavirus pandemic…

Continue Reading California, Oregon, and Washington Launch Pact to Reopen Economies