- There are 20 counties in California that are sanctuaries for illegal aliens.
- Lawmakers passed SB10 abolishing cash bail, and then-Gov. Jerry Brown signed it into law in August 2018. It was supposed to take effect in October 2019, but a challenge from the bail industry blocked it pending the results of Proposition 25, a referendum to uphold the new law. The measure failed.
- California’s high speed rail is bankrupt and it is years away from completion. ($9.98 Billion)
By now we all know the fact that Amazon Web Services canceled Parler and Parler remains dark until the judge decides on the case. We are also learning that other tech companies are cancelling people en masse for violations of terms of service which is selectively applied. Not only are large corporations like Citibank, Blue Cross, Marriott and JP Morgan in the cancel mix but there are others including well known universities like Harvard. How about American Express, Dow, AT&T, Comcast, Disney, 3M, Bank of America, GoDaddy, Hilton, Microsoft, Target, UPS, Tyson and Ford? This is because of few Republicans think independently and ask hard questions. Frankly this is called dissent and oddly enough, even those jurists on the Supreme Court write dissenting opinions. Yeesh.
This almost 6000 page bill is an outrage and exactly where is every American on this? Members of Congress got less that 5 hours to read the bill and staffers as well as media scoured it for the ridiculous highlights as noted below.
The Consolidated Appropriations Appropriations Act 2021 is 5,593 pages long. It contains 1,098,082 words. The average person reads around 250 words a minute. At that speed, it would take 3 days, 1 hour, and 12 minutes to read the bill. 1/2
Just a few days ago…
France24: The UN General Assembly on Monday adopted a resolution urging Russia to end its “temporary occupation” of Crimea, which Moscow took over in 2014, “without delay.”
The resolution on the militarization of the peninsula of Crimea, the port of Sevastopol and parts of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov was adopted by 63 countries, with 17 voting against and 62 abstaining.
No more deportations…..
As part of the Los Angeles City Charter:
Sec. 215. Oath of Office.
Every officer provided for in the Charter shall, before entering upon the discharge of the duties of office, take the following oath or affirmation: “I do solemnly swear (or affirm, as the case may be) that I will support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of California and the Charter of the City of Los Angeles, and that I will faithfully discharge the duties of the office of (here inserting the name of the office) according to the best of my ability.”