O'Reilly Asks Why Deported Illegal Aliens Who Return Aren't Jailed as the Law Specifies

It’s good to see Bill O’Reilly again do some good coverage of the danger to Americans posed by illegal alien criminals allowed to run wild by the government.

In Tuesday’s program, he reminded viewers that a deported alien who returns is committing a felony and may receive up to two years in the slammer. (See Findlaw.com’s [...]

Census: California Has Highest Poverty Rate

The Golden State remains #1 in a most unfortunate category: poverty. Democrat regulatory policies strangling business certainly cause a lot of joblessness which keeps millions poor. Plus, the purposeful admission of millions immigrants and illegal aliens is a tremendous poverty driver.

California is particularly welcoming to illegal aliens. Democrat Governor Jerry Brown reportedly told a room [...]

Iran Cabinet Is Tops in American Collegiate Alums

Washington liberal elites love the fable that welcoming foreign students into US universities spreads American values on the cheap. The State Department in particular promotes student visas that directly harm US young people by displacing them from jobs (J-1 visa) to college slots.

The universities depend on foreign students writing checks for full tuition. And of [...]

LA Times Says California Mega-Drought Won't Be That Bad

The Los Angeles Times has been doing a fair amount of drought coverage that can be worry-making (e.g. “Severe drought? California has been here before”), but on Monday it assured readers that 70 years of low rainfall won’t be a state killer.

Well-read water worriers know about the Medieval mega-droughts that struck the west from 900 [...]

California Almond Growing Becomes More Mechanized

This item from Stanislaus County has some fascinating frontline farm information about the changing job market in agriculture because of machinery. Almond trees are easy to manage, compared with pickier crops like peaches, so the nuts are growing in popularity among farmers.

Part of almond attractiveness is the application of mechanical technology. Farm robots and simpler [...]

Chinese Air Pollution There Spreads Here

The Los Angeles Times had an interesting front page graphic on Wednesday, showing that Beijing’s air pollution is many times that of the famously smoggy City of the Angels.

The chart goes with a news article about the struggle of Chinese people to convince their government to tackle cleaning up their nation’s air, a hugely expensive [...]

Los Angeles: Street Vendors Increase Because of Unemployment

Here’s another sign of the jobless recovery: more people turn to peddling stuff on the street because they cannot find regular employment. Governor Jerry Brown has touted California’s improved economy during his campaign for re-election, but the unemployment rate remains at a painful 7.4 percent compared with the nation’s 6.2 percent in July.

A recent study [...]

Father of Son Killed by Illegal Alien Campaigns for Strict Law Enforcement for Public Safety

Don Rosenberg lost his son Drew in 2010 when the young man was struck on his motorcycle by an illegal alien who ran over him three times.

In the following years, Rosenberg has campaigned for traditional law enforcement to protect public safety, including standard licensing for citizens not illegals and continuing the impounds of vehicles driven [...]

Sacramento: Tim Donnelly Protests Unjust Mexican Imprisonment of American Marine

On Tuesday, the Assemblyman Donnelly rallied against the wrongful jailing of Marine Andrew Tahmooressi who took a wrong turn into Mexico with a few legal weapons in his vehicle. The arrest occurred on March 31 and Tahmooressi has been imprisoned in dirtbag Mexico ever since. Nevertheless, the United States continues to treat hostile Mexico as our [...]

Record Number of Out-of-State Students Are a Jackpot for University of California

The University of California continues to increase its numbers of out-of-state and foreign students to pay full tuition. Each non-Californian pays an extra $23,000 annually, and the UC bean counters like that.

Monday’s Los Angeles Times article did not mention one unsightly ball and chain on UC’s finances, namely the subsidies provided by unwilling taxpayers to [...]

America’s Largest Reservoir Is at Its Lowest Level Ever

Here in northern California, local TV news has a lot of coverage about the water shortage, which I don’t remember happening during previous droughts. So the situation is bad, with millions more people using water when there is less of it.

True, most of the water supply goes to agriculture, not home faucets, but the farms [...]

Sacramento: Diverse Cabbie Update

In May, I reported hopefully about the California capitol city taking steps to improve its taxi service: Sacramento Requires Diverse Taxi Drivers to Speak English — Protests Follow.

Complaints had been accumulating about unpleasant smells emitted from diverse drivers and poor language skills, including one or two gripes per month from people who ended up at [...]

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