Downsizing

“Downsizing” in contemporary vernacular has come to be associated with reducing...

Maria Fotopoulos

A View of 2017 through Jobs

“Fake news” became a standard line in 2017, and it’s not surprising when...

Maria Fotopoulos

MS-13 Operating in White House’s Shadow

Langley Park, MD., near White House, hotbed of MS-13 violence. Open border’s...

Joe Guzzardi

Another Year Ends with Scant Media Reporting on Overpopulation

Journalists consider writing about overpopulation too risky. As 2017 draws to a close,...

Joe Guzzardi

Most Primate Species Threatened With Extinction, Scientists Find

Clockwise from top left: a juvenile gorilla, Hainan gibbon; golden lion tamarin; Yunnan snub-nosed monkey, gorilla and 4-month old baby and adult gorilla. Center left, a black-and-white ruffed lemur; center right, a crested black macaque ape.

California Strikes a Bold Pose as Vanguard of the Resistance

United States agents patrolling a beach just north of the Mexican border near San Diego in November. The California lieutenant governor, Gavin Newsom, said the state could its use environmental protection law to block President-elect Trump from building a wall along the Mexican border. CreditMike Blake/Reuters

By Adam Nagourney
January 18, 2017
New York Times

Record 95,102,000 Americans Not in Labor Force; Number Grew 18% Since Obama Took Office in 2009

By Susan Jones
January 6, 2017
CNS News.com
 
Barack Obama's presidency began with a record number of Americans not in the labor force, and it's ending the same way.

California Dems tap Eric Holder to fight Trump in court

By David Wright and Kyung Lah
January 4, 2017
CNN

Former attorney general Eric Holder will serve as legal counsel to California Democrats
 
The move comes as California Democrats prepare for a series of legal battles with Trump

It’s Still a Mad, Mad California

Coastal elites set rules for others, exempt themselves, and tolerate rampant lawlessness from illegal aliens.

CEQA provides protection for underserved communities

Poor communities and communities with people of color are subject to an unfair share of the pollution that accompanies economic activity, from dairy operations in the Central Valley to oil refining in the Bay Area to port operations in Los Angeles. Paul Sakuma The Associated Press

California’s cornerstone environmental law, the California Environmental Quality Act, has served as a convenient scapegoat for all that ills our economy.

Report: 820,000 criminal illegals, 84% with felonies, serious misdemeanors

By Paul Bedard
December 17, 2016
Washington Examiner
 
Illegal immigrants with criminal records, the deportation priority of President-elect Trump, total at least 820,000, with most having felony and serious misdemeanor convictions, according to a new report.
 

Disney IT workers, in lawsuit, claim discrimination against Americans

By Patrick Thibodeau
December12, 2016
Computer World

Alleges that Disney terminated the employment of the plaintiffs based solely on their national origin and race

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