DECEMBER 19, 2019 KERRY JACKSON
December is about half gone, and, as the Counting Crows’ Adam Duritz once sang, “it’s getting cold in California.” In another song from the same 1996 album Duritz also sang that it’s been “a long December and there’s reason to believe maybe this year will be better than the last.”
We hope 2020 will be better than the last, which was a tough political year in California for the freedom-minded. But there’s little reason to believe it will be. The political history in this state has been repeating itself for some time.
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Note: Bill Whittle, always brilliant, as the Virtual President, gives simple solutions to America’s education crisis. If only real Presidents spoke like the Virtual President, what a country we would have!
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[Comment by GA] Expect an increase in the crime rate, and less law enforcement because of the ‘Ferguson Effect.’ The ‘Ferguson Effect’ was first written about in Heather Mac Donald’s new book, “The War on Cops.” The left, which includes the popular press, and elected officials, will tell you there is no ‘War on Cops.’ That isn’t true. There is. Get Ms. Mac Donald’s book if you want the facts. Criminals, aided by the clueless Left, want there to be less law enforcement so they can make money in illegal enterprises without being hassled by the cops. As a result, proactive policing, or predictive policing, which has kept the crime rate low, is being eliminated, and crime rates are increasing as a result.
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Last Friday, May 20, 2016, something happened in the U.S. Senate you won’t hear about in the mainstream media. You can read about it here.
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Barbara Boxer, the liberal Democrat Senator who has been in the Senate representing California for the past 23 years, and served in Congress 10 years before that, is retiring. As a result, her California Senate seat is open. 34 candidates are running for the office. There are two prominent Democrats who are running, Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez, and California Attorney General Kamala Harris.
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By: David G. Savage
The justices, by a 5-4 vote, issued an unusual emergency order that blocks theEnvironmental Protection Agency from moving forward with its effort to reduce carbon pollution from power plants by 32% by 2030.
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