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Here’s How Goats Prevent California’s Wildfires From Consuming Ronald Reagan’s Library

Officials who run former President Ronald Reagan’s library in California use goats to eat dried brush and grass around the building that often act as an accelerate for the state’s ferocious wildfires. Nearly 300 goats maul their way through the dry grasses around the Simi Valley library The Los Angeles Times noted in a report Wednesday. The report laid out ...

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Gov. Gavin Newsom Took Big Dollar Donations From The California Public Utility Behind Rolling Blackouts

California Gov. Gavin Newsom accepted big-dollar donations in 2018 from the utility company now being vilified for shutting off large sections of the state’s electricity grid to avoid sparking wildfires. Newsom and his allies took $208,400 from Pacific Gas and Electric during his run for governor before the public utility began controlled blackouts. PG&E gave the governor the maximum amount ...

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President Trump Is Challenging California’s Sanctuary Law In The Supreme Court

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The Trump administration is asking the Supreme Court to toss a California law barring state authorities from cooperating with federal immigration officials.  The California Values Act, or SB 54, bans law enforcement from transferring criminal aliens to immigration authorities or sharing personal information about migrants. The parties in the case are playing somewhat against type: Trump is relying on a ...

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General Motors, Fiat Chrysler, Toyota Split With Industry, Side With Trump in Emissions Fight

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General Motors, Fiat Chrysler and Toyota sided with the Trump administration in a battle over emissions against the state of California. The Trump administration had proposed to lower emissions standards set during the Obama administration, according to the New York Times. California responded to this by saying that the state would continue to enforce the strict Obama administration laws on ...

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Here’s What Wildfires Are Doing To California As Citizens Cope With Rolling Blackouts

California officials are working to beat back a massive wildfire that is charing the state and sending citizens sprawling for cover. The so-called Kincade Fire scorched more than 54,000 acres as of Sunday evening. Nearly 94 buildings and other structures were burned and 80,000 more have been threatened, according to official reports. More than 180,000 people were ordered to evacuate ...

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United States Files Lawsuit Against State of California for Unlawful Cap and Trade Agreement with the Canadian Province of Quebec

The United States today filed a civil complaint against the state of California, several of its officers, the California Air Resources Board, and the Western Climate Initiative Inc., for unlawfully entering a cap and trade agreement with the Canadian Province of Quebec. “The state of California has veered outside of its proper constitutional lane to enter into an international emissions ...

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San Francisco Blacklists 22 States With Pro-Life Laws

The mayor of San Francisco announced Thursday that the city is blacklisting twenty-two states due to their pro-life laws. Mayor London Breed and Supervisor Vallie Brown, who is the author of the new ordinance, announced Thursday that the city will be restricting travel and limiting contracting with 22 states, according to the Los Angeles Times. The ban will go into ...

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The Last Dem California Governor Who Dealt With Rolling Blackouts And Sky-High Gas Prices Was Recalled

Wildfires might be the least of California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s concerns as several of his state’s citizens struggle with power blackouts. The last California governor who struggled to deal with rolling energy blackouts was recalled in 2003. High gas prices, rolling blackouts, and wildfires are weighing on California citizens. Recent history might explain why Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom is ...

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California Evacuates 100K People As Wildfire Ravages Parts Of Los Angeles

California officials evacuated roughly 100,000 people from their homes as a wildfire plows through the northern edge of Los Angeles, AP reported Friday. The wind-driven has damaged more than 25 homes and 23,000 residences are under evacuation orders, officials say. The fire began Thursday night and extended more than 7 square miles by Friday morning, Fire Chief Ralph Terrazas told ...

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Tesla Warns Californian Customers To Keep A Full Charge Ahead Of Roving Blackouts

Some environmentally conscious Californians are resorting to using gasoline power as the state’s power utility employs roving blackouts to avoid potential wildfires. Tesla warned its customers Wednesday to be aware of the problems and fully energize their vehicles instead of relying on half-power. Two electric vehicle owners in the state say they are not taking any chances and will rely ...

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Parts Of California Go Dark To Curb Wildfire Risk


Over one million Californians are expected to be without power Wednesday as a days-long Public Safety Power Shutoff begins in an effort to curb the risk of wildfires. Power shut off to 513,000 Northern California homes and businesses Wednesday morning, Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) said according to USA Today. An additional 234,000 customers were set to lose power at noon ...

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Finally, Discrimination and Tyranny from State Governments!

   If you are currently living ‘under’ a Democrat controlled government, you must by now understand why they demand power. Yes, they are finally getting the ‘iron fist’ needed to impose their insanity upon the sane. Excitement among Democrats is swelling, and they are about to burst open publicly with songs of joy if California’s plans are successful. If so, ...

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POLL: Half Of California Voters Have Considered Ditching The State, Citing Taxes And High Housing Prices

More than half of California voters have considered leaving the state, according to a poll from the Institute of Governmental Studies at U.C. Berkeley. Nearly 24% of voters in the state have given serious thought to the idea, while 28% have given some consideration, the Sept. 27 poll notes. They cite several reasons why bailing is appropriate, some of which are common ...

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Trump Declares Victory After A Judge Blocked California’s Attempt To Keep Him Off The Ballot

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President Donald Trump declared victory Wednesday after a judge blocked a California law that sought to keep his name off the state’s ballot ahead of the 2020 election. Judge Morrison England Jr. officially blocked the law Tuesday afternoon, giving the president a major victory pending a California appeal. The law, passed in July, would have required any candidate running for ...

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Trump’s EPA Tells California Gov. Newsom His State’s Homeless Population Is Destroying The Environment

The Trump administration will tell California Gov. Gavin Newsom Thursday that his state’s homeless population is hurting the environment, a move that ratchets up the president’s political war with the country’s biggest blue state. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler wrote a letter to the governor citing multiple instances of California failing to meet federal water-quality standards, noting that the ...

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