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‘Stop Talking, Start Doing’: Conservatives Who Organized Massive Clean-Up In Baltimore Take On Los Angeles

Conservative activist Scott Presler organized a street clean-up at a homeless camp in Los Angeles on Saturday. He estimated that his team cleared about 50 tons of trash in the community. “If people are feeling inspired, don’t just tweet and Facebook,” Presler told the Daily Caller News Foundation. “Stop talking, start doing.” Conservative activist Scott Presler organized a street clean-up ...

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Trump Administration Announces ‘One National Program Rule’ on Federal Preemption of State Fuel Economy Standards

WASHINGTON – President Trump promised the American people that his administration would address and correct the current fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions standards, and today, his Administration is taking steps to fulfill this promise. Today, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) took an initial step towards finalizing the proposed ...

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Trump Touts Decision To End California’s Ability To Set Its Own Emission Rules

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President Donald Trump announced on Twitter his move to end California’s authority to craft emission regulations that are stricter than federal rules, a move that comes as the president continues roll back Obama-era regulations. “The Trump Administration is revoking California’s Federal Waiver on emissions in order to produce far less expensive cars for the consumer, while at the same time ...

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California Adds Iowa To ‘Travel Ban’ Due To Its Refusal To Cover Gender Transitions In Medicaid


California’s attorney general announced the state added Iowa to a “travel ban” on account of the Midwestern state’s refusal to cover gender transitioning procedures within Medicaid. State Attorney General Xavier Becerra made the announcement on Sept. 13 prohibiting taxpayer-funded travel to Iowa for public employees and state university students as of Oct. 4, The Sacramento Bee reported. “The Iowa Legislature ...

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New York Labor Groups Eye California’s Bill That Would Recognize Uber, Lyft Drivers As Employees

Some New York labor groups have expressed interest in changing New York gig-worker laws to resemble California’s AB5 bill. AB5, which passed California’s state Senate last week and is expected to be signed into law soon, would recognize some rideshare drivers as employees rather than independent contractors. New York Independent Drivers Guild Executive Director Brendan Sexton said he does not ...

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Why Are Government Leader’s Brains AWOL?

   There is probably no time in American history when government leadership is in such high demand. However, it appears they or their brains are absent without leave! Even though America is the target of fierce government hurricanes, most government leaders remain ‘out-to-lunch,’ promoting hoaxes, fund raising, lying, regurgitating massive amounts of anti-American socialist propaganda, in bed with the fake ...

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Here’s Why California Is One Of The Few States Staying Mum On Probes Targeting Big Tech

California is one of two states not to publicly announce an antitrust investigation into some of the largest big tech companies in the country. The Golden State is home to Google, Facebook and other companies under investigation. Attorney General Xavier Becerra’s decision not to go public is apparently standard operating procedure for the state, which has refused to make public ...

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8 Confirmed Dead, Dozens More Missing After Boat Catches Fire Near California

At least eight people have been confirmed dead in the search for 34 people who went missing Monday, after a scuba-diving boat caught fire near the Ventura County coastline in California. Four bodies were discovered on the boat with four more found nearby on the ocean floor Monday afternoon, Reuters reported, citing Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown. Thirty-nine people ...

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Proposed California Curriculum Riddled With Anti-Police Rhetoric, Anti-Israel Bias

A proposed California curriculum with anti-Israel elements also has anti-police rhetoric. The curriculum aims to teach students about police brutality and includes a poem suggesting cops sometimes “wake up with a bad case of contagious shooting.” The proposal avoids teaching students about anti-Semitism or Jewish Americans and doesn’t include cases of police officers viewed positively by the public. A proposed ...

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‘It’s Dangerous’: McCarthy Demands Investigation Into California’s Anti-Semitic, Anti-Israel Curriculum

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy of California is demanding an investigation into a proposed California Department of Education curriculum that is “blatantly anti-Semitic” and “anti-Israel.” Several people involved in making the high school curriculum have been anti-Israel, and some are Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) activists who have tried to start an economic war on Israel, The Washington Free Beacon reported ...

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California School District Will Force Students into LGBTQ Lessons, Emails Show

A California school district will not allow parents to opt its children out of classes involving LGBTQ content. A representative of the district said in an email this is because LGBTQ content is “fused throughout the entirety of the curriculum.” Murrieta School District previously came under fire for a video depicting an ACLU staff member instructing teachers how to help ...

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Judge Rules NRA Lawsuit Against Los Angeles Over Contractor Disclosure Law Can Proceed

A federal judge Monday ruled that a lawsuit against Los Angeles by the National Rifle Association (NRA) over the city’s vendor disclosure law can proceed. The NRA filed the lawsuit in April to challenge the city’s new law that requires contractors to disclose contracts or sponsorship with the gun-rights organization, City News Service reported. U.S. District Judge Stephen Wilson rejected ...

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‘Long And Horrific Gun Battle’: 3 Officers Shot In Riverside California

Three California Highway Patrol officers were shot — one fatally — in Riverside on Monday night in what officers called a “long and horrific gun battle.” CHP Officer Andre Moye Jr., 33, was conducting a traffic stop of a suspect driving a truck, who has since been identified as Aaron Luther, when he decided to impound the suspect’s vehicle, ABC ...

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4 Dead In Southern California Stabbing Spree

A 33-year-old man was arrested Wednesday and charged with stabbing four people to death during a crime spree outside Los Angeles. According to local news reports, the spree began shortly before 4:30 p.m. with a burglary at an apartment building in Garden Grove, Calif. The suspect was arrested hours later outside of a 7-11, where he had fatally stabbed a ...

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Trump and RNC Sue California Over Requirement to Release Tax Returns

President Donald Trump sued California Gov. Gavin Newsom and the California secretary of state Tuesday after the state passed a new law requiring presidential candidates to release tax returns. The Republican National Committee also sued, calling the law a “naked political attack against the sitting president of the United States.” Trump and his campaign filed a second suit challenging the ...

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