Category: California

California teachers could be required to teach about climate change

California schools may soon be required to teach about the causes and effects of climate change under a bill introduced on Monday.

Assemblymember Luz Rivas (D-Arleta) says under AB 1922, “climate change education will be a coursework requirement for students in grades 1 through 6, and a graduation requirement for students in grades 7 through 12, starting 2025.

Tom Steyer: Americans must provide cheap housing for illegal immigrants

Tom Steyer, the billionaire investor and Democrat 2020 candidate, wants Americans to provide cheap housing to illegal immigrants.

“A Steyer Administration will … ensure that all undocumented communities have access to affordable and safe housing,” Steyer said in his immigration proposal.

Chaos Inc: New SF DA Chesa Boudin fires several prosecutors

Newly elected San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin fired multiple prosecutors on Friday afternoon as he reshapes the office and begins implementing his progressive vision two days after being sworn in.

At least six attorneys were fired, possibly more, including several managing attorneys in the office’s criminal division.

LAUSD opening 50 Planned Parenthood clinics in California’s failing public schools

LAUSD also has some of the poorest performing schools in the state.

However, this week, the nearly bankrupt LAUSD diverted $10 million to allow Planned Parenthood to open clinics at 50 Los Angeles high schools.

“Planned Parenthood is pioneering a new model of reproductive health services for Los Angeles County teens by opening 50 clinics at area high school,” MSN reported. “

President Trump slams California, New York over ‘tremendous’ homeless crisis

President Trump waded into New York City’s homeless crisis with a Saturday tweet that expanded his calls for federal intervention.

“California and New York must do something about their TREMENDOUS Homeless problems,” he wrote

Berkeley teacher, violent activist, Felarca gets community service in assault case

Felarca and two other activists were scheduled to go to trial Thursday over felony assault charges and misdemeanor rioting charges, but left the morning court hearing, in front of Judge Richard Sueyoshi, with only a community service requirement and stay-away order.

Democrats celebrate election of socialist San Francisco DA who worked under Hugo Chavez

Boudin’s politics are likely the result of his upbringing, as the 39-year-old was raised by violent left-wing activists:

Boudin’s political leanings are fairly unsurprising. San Francisco’s newest DA and self-proclaimed socialist is the son of former members of the violent revolutionary far-left group Weather Underground, an organization that rose to infamy in the 1970s and carried out as many as two dozen bombings of government properties. Both of Boudin’s parents were imprisoned for murders related to a robbery they conducted as Weathermen, and Boudin’s father David Gilbert is still serving time.

California conservatives leaving the state for ‘redder pastures’

Just over half of California’s registered voters have considered leaving the state, according to a UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies poll conducted for the Los Angeles Times. Republicans were nearly three times as likely as their Democratic counterparts to seriously have considered moving — 40% compared with 14%, the poll found. Conservatives mentioned taxes and California’s political culture as a reason for leaving more frequently than they cited the state’s soaring housing costs.

Actor Rob Schneider: “California voters would vote for a piece of sh*t if it had a D next to it?”

Former SNL actor Rob Schneider took the metaphor a step further on Wednesday when he said on Twitter, “Unfortunately, people in California would vote for a bowl of s*** if it had “D” next to it.”

Schneider made his harshly accurate comment while retweeting an article about the left’s “ignorance of Stalin’s tyranny.”

As predicted, CA Democrat proposes for government to own PG&E

In other words, Liccardo thinks a coalition of California officials can do it better.

“This is a crisis begging for a better solution than what PG&E customers see being considered today,” Liccardo told the Journal, saying of the recent Venezuela-tier power shut-offs, “I’ve seen better organized riots.”

Faced with more than $30 billion in wildfire-related liabilities, PG&E sought chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in January. The will likely oppose the proposal as they explore how to emerge from bankruptcy, compensate fire victims, and modernize their infrastructure (for which they passed along a giant $2 billion rate hike to their customers last December).