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NRA Moves To Stop Los Angeles From Forcing Contractors To Disclose Gun Group Ties

The National Rifle Association filed suit Wednesday against the city of Los Angeles to stop a requirement that contractors disclose ties to the organization as a qualification for work, according to court documents obtained by Bloomberg Law. The new law, which passed by a unanimous city council vote in February and took effect April 1, requires city vendors to disclose ...

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Teacher Union Ends LA Strike With Deal That Could Bankrupt The System

Los Angles teachers will be back in classrooms Wednesday as The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and United Teachers Los Angles (UTLA) union came to a tentative agreement Tuesday. The deal includes a 6 percent raise for teachers and “meaningful” class size reduction, LAUSD superintendent Austin Beutner said at a press conference Tuesday. The agreement also includes community-based schools ...

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Here’s Everything We Know About The Los Angeles Teacher’s Strike So Far

The Los Angeles Unified School District lost more than $100 million over five days due to the teacher strike led by the United Teachers Los Angeles. The course of the week saw roads blocked, metros flooded, kids jumping fences and people getting blocked from entering school property. The union and district are back at the negotiating table, but strikes can ...

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The Los Angeles Teacher Strike Is A Battle Of Democrats Versus Democrats

The Los Angeles teacher strike is turning out be a battle among Democrats. American Federation for Teachers (AFT) President Randi Weingarten, a Democrat, called out former Education Secretary Arne Duncan for not supporting the teacher strike, according to the Washington Post. Hey @arneduncan, why is it that when it came to guns in schools you were all for kids striking, ...

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ICE arrests 150 criminal aliens in Los Angeles area

40% of criminal aliens had ICE detainment holds but law enforcement released from custody anyway A man with a conviction for attempted murder and a woman who has seven convictions for driving under the influence are among the 150 criminal aliens and illegal immigrants arrested by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers this week. Approximately 40 percent of those ...

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ICE arrests 162 criminal aliens in Los Angeles-area operation

A Mexican national convicted of rape and a citizen of El Salvador convicted of Voluntary Manslaughter are among the 162 criminal aliens taken into custody earlier this week during a three-day enforcement operation conducted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) targeting at-large criminal aliens, illegal re-entrants and immigration fugitives, and aliens released back in to the community after detainers, ...

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NFL Team Will Have Male Cheerleaders For The First Time Ever

  by Gabrielle Okun A National Football League(NFL) team will have male cheerleaders for the first time ever, according to a USA Today Wednesday report. The Los Angeles Rams are changing NFL history by including male cheerleaders Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies as a part of their spirit squad, USA Today reported. LA natives Peron and Jinnies truly broke barriers by becoming the first ...

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Los Angeles ICE operation results in 212 arrests, 122 notices of inspection

LOS ANGELES – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) deportation officers and special agents arrested 212 individuals for violating federal immigration laws and served 122 notices of inspection (NOIs) to businesses in the Los Angeles area of responsibility (AOR) during a five-day targeted operation that ended Thursday. Eighty-eight percent of those arrested were convicted criminals. “Because sanctuary jurisdictions like Los ...

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Los Angeles City Council Officially Dumps Columbus Day

Delivering yet another blow to sanity, the city of Los Angeles has officially ended Columbus Day by changing the government holiday to a day to honor indigenous peoples. The liberal-packed L.A. City Council moved the ball downfield in the war on statues and since the city has no Confederate monuments, why not take the lead in striking a blow against ...

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LAPD/Special Forces Conduct Military Maneuvers Over Downtown LA

In January of 2012, in Los Angeles, the LAPD and Special Forces conduct military maneuvers without warning citizens, and officials stated that the training was hush-hush, but “routine”. Many questioned what was going on Wednesday night as a Black Hawk helicopter and four OH-6 choppers – or “Little Birds” – flew over the city, at one point hovering just above ...

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NYC=No Large Soda; LA=Meatless Monday

From coast to coast the nanny state continues to grow. Everyone is familiar with Mayor Bloomberg’s recent health promotions taking away the salt shaker and large sodas in restaurants. Now the city of Los Angeles has voted to promote ‘Meatless Mondays’. The Los Angeles city council unanimously voted to adopt a resolution urging residents to pledge to have meatless Mondays. ...

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Los Angeles Daily News Endorses Mitt Romney

On Saturday, the Los Angeles Daily News, the second largest newspaper in the L.A area, endorsed Republican candidate Mitt Romney for President. Note that the Daily News endorsed Barack Obama in 2008. FOUR years ago, as America faced serious trouble at home and abroad, this news organization embraced the need for bold change to a different brand of leadership and ...

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Tonight on the Dark Side with Kira Davis

6/5/2012  Election Fever! I’ll be live on location from Los Angeles! Location will be disclosed at showtime. We’ll cover results from Wisconsin and California. There will be booze. Tune in to the Dark Side tonight at 7p.m. Pacific, 10p.m. EST on the CDNews Network on Blogtalk Radio.

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Californians Face Primary Voting Today: Races to Watch

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Tuesday, June 5 Californians head to the polls today to vote in primary elections and the ballots will be longer than voters have seen in the past. That is because new ballot rules goes into effect this election cycle. Under the new “top-two” system, party affiliations are removed from candidates and voters will have the opportunity to choose from any ...

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Second Teacher Arrested as Public School Sex Abuse Scandal Unfolds in L.A.

Last week I reported to you the disturbing case of Mark Berdnt, a teacher at Miramonte Elementary School in Los Angeles County. Berndt was arrested on 23 counts of lewd acts on children – acts that included blindfolding his students and feeding them his own semen. To add insult to injury, under California law, Berndt is eligible to retire early ...

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