Liberals Agree: America’s Parks Must Be Diverse

The President visited Yosemite this weekend, so the public’s attention is focused on parks. Naturally, the discussion includes liberal worries that the parks are not diverse enough, and that topic was a front-pager for the San Francisco Chronicle on Sunday.

Liberal outdoorsy types, like Sierra Clubbers, worry that colorful people don’t care about wild places, and […]

San Francisco Group Wants More Housing to Be Built

A couple decades ago, “Manhattanization” was a dirty word in San Francisco because people didn’t want a forest of huge skyscrapers built downtown or tiny stacked apartments to be the standard housing. But these days it’s different because millennials apparently don’t mind being crammed together in accommodations people wouldn’t accept in earlier times. There is a […]

San Francisco Update to Sanctuary City Policy: Only Convicted Axe Murderers May Be Deported

The city’s Board of Supervisors met on Tuesday to sort out whether the current coddling of illegal aliens should be changed following the shocking death of Kate Steinle last July at the hands of a five-times-deported criminal. Unsurprisingly, the supes only clarified the enormous extent to which illegal aliens, including convicted criminals, are protected in […]

California Reports Explosive Growth of Foreign Students

After years of complaints from taxpaying California parents that their qualified kids were not being admitted to state universities, a recent report found that numbers of foreign students has skyrocketed over the last decade. So much for government accountability in a one-party Democrat state.

At the prestigious UC Berkeley, shown below, 30 percent of the fall […]

Expanding Pavement and Subdivisions: The Cost of Unlimited Immigration

Say good-bye to the open visas of yesteryear; say hello to tracks of suburban housing from sea to polluted sea. There’s no surprise: as Washington has admitted millions of immigrants decade after decade, all the newbies need a place to live — or the Americans hope to flee to some undiverse community where English is […]

Cinco de Mayo in San Francisco: Celebrating Jumbled Diversity Propaganda Is a School Activity

The city by the bay never misses an opportunity to push the diversity meme, and the sinkhole holiday was utilized on Thursday to teach young children about Spain’s catholic influence on early California through founding missions. This occurred even though Cinco de Mayo is the anniversary of Mexicans defeating the French army in the 1862 […]

Jamiel Shaw, Father of a Son Murdered by an Illegal Alien Gangster, Speaks at Trump Rally

On Friday, President Obama remarked on his Facebook page that he would happily shred the Second Amendment by requiring all firearms have smart gun technology if it could save just one life:

OBAMA: Today, I want to update you on some important progress we’ve made to protect our communities from gun violence. As I said in […]

Immigration Fraud Figures Strongly in San Bernardino Arrests

On Thursday, the feds arrested three family members of the San Bernardino jihadists (the Muslim couple who murdered 14 Americans for Allah last December). None of the charges against the three were terror-related, but instead were an assortment of immigration scams and fraud that allowed a nasty gaggle of foreigners to live here.

Below, mass murderer […]

Self-Deporting Mexican Finds Success at Home

We immigration restrictionists love upbeat stories of Mexicans who forsake their theft of American jobs and achieve prosperity upon return to the beloved homeland. Is it not racist to believe that brown people are inherently incapable of creating wealth and must instead be rescued by big white America?

In fact, Mexico is rich, ranking #15 among […]

Government Screening Won’t Stop Second-Generation Jihad

Sunday’s New York Times had a cautionary tale, but perhaps not the one it intended. Silicon Valley executive Sal Shafi worried that his 22-year-old son Adam (pictured) had turned to jihad and contacted the FBI with his concerns. The young man was arrested and in December he was indicted by a federal grand jury, accused […]

California’s Increased Minimum Wage Stimulates Automation Businesses

On Monday, Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation to raise the state’s minimum wage gradually to $15 in 2022, even though he admitted, “Economically, minimum wages may not make sense.” Jerry isn’t stupid: he knows how California was among the hardest hit by the great recession in terms of employment returning.

Plus, the governor must be aware […]

Spring Sierra Snowpack Survey: Substantial but Still Substandard

In California, we have a spring ritual that has become increasingly important in recent years of worsening drought: the state’s top water watcher heads to a specified spot in the mountains where he sticks his long pole into the snow to estimate the amount of future runoff into streams and rivers.

Below left, Frank Gehrke, chief […]

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