New York Times Sheds Crocodile Tears about America’s Lost Civility

There’s an interesting front-page item from the liberal flagship: two diverse men in a physical altercation at the notorious San Jose Trump rally where a young woman wearing a Trump jersey was egged by a mob of men.

Oddly enough, the Times news article had no mention of Democrat operatives hiring provocateurs to create violent incidents […]

Pre-Election Sob Story in San Jose Focuses on Diverse Voting

Friday’s San Jose Mercury News featured a front-page story informing readers that illegal aliens living amongst us wish that they could be a part of the political process.

As we have noticed, illegal aliens are always complaining about the nation they invaded, despite the fact that they are enriched by the liberal government arguably more than […]

It Only Looked Dead — California Faces Bilingual Education Rerun

California voters must grapple with 17 state initiatives to be decided in this November’s election — the Voter Information Guide is a thick tome of 222 pages to explain all the details. (I will be consulting the voter guide from the John and Ken radio show when decision time gets closer.)

Sadly, California voters must re-decide an […]

Pizza Start-Up Utilizes Robots to Cut Cost of Human Employees

The Zume Pizza company of Mountain View, California, announced recently that it has sliced labor expenses by half through its implementation of robot chefs in the kitchen.

It’s helpful when a business tells the public straightaway in dollar terms how much money it is saving by ditching human employees and replacing them with robots. Zume owners […]

Syrian Sob Story Seeks Sympathy

It’s disappointing to see a normally decent reporter like William La Jeunesse doing refugee sob-story duty, but perhaps this is the new Fox regime getting dug in.

In the report, we see a Syrian family getting settled — they are some of the 12,500 Obama jammed in during this fiscal year with reduced screening.

The Bilal family […]

Congressman Mo Brooks Surveys the Big Picture of Immigration and Population Growth

On Wednesday, the Alabama Republican took the floor of the House to address the effects on America of the great immigration wave we are still experiencing, and which the Democrat Clinton hopes to increase.

As Rep. Brooks noted, billions of people on earth would like to live here, but that is not possible given limited resources […]

The Future of Farming Is Automated

Is it too early to suggest ending the H-2a agricultural visa? The increasingly affordable cost of agricultural robots is making them an attractive choice for farmers rather than hiring foreign workers who are now often more expensive than the machines. Some of the new farmbots are compact, rentable and therefore suitable for small-scale farmers.

Earlier this […]

Obama Plans on Big Refugee Increase after He Leaves the White House

Barack Hussein Obama is bent on leaving America a far more diverse and dangerous place than he found it. The southern border is wide open to future Democrats from Central America, where the number of illegal entrants is on course to set a record for this fiscal year.

Obama’s pretend do-gooder program of admitting 10,000 Syrian […]

California: Jerry Brown Signs Extremist Climate Change Bill

On Thursday, Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill into law that will force reductions of carbon emissions in the name of global warming prevention. The legislation requires a massive 40 percent cut of CO2 emissions from 1990 levels by 2030.

Few reports mention that in 1990 the state population was around 30 million, while today it is estimated […]

LoweBot Retail Robot Will Soon Be Deployed in San Francisco Bay Area

Attention, hardware shoppers! Any questions you may have about products in the Lowe’s store can now be answered by the spiffy new retail robot in multiple languages, because LoweBot is linguistically diverse!

Lowe’s likes how the machine can function for 24/7 with no lunch breaks or paychecks required. Plus, the LoweBot also performs inventory tracking as […]

Sacramento Legislator Beams as Her Farmworker Overtime Bill Goes to Governor

The photo below caught my eye during the morning peruse of newspaper front pages. The Sacramento Bee picture shows a Democrat Assembly member, Lorena Gonzalez, glowing with hispanic pride at farmworker fans in the gallery after the passage of her bill expanding overtime pay for agricultural labor. The photo illustrates the tribal nature of human […]

Media Celebrate Obama’s 10,000-Refugee Target Being Reached

The White House is thrilled that it managed to speed-dump 10,000 Syrian refugees into America’s cities and towns, even though FBI Director Comey warned in Congressional testimony last fall that they could not be screened because the US government has “no record of them.”

For a media celebration of Obama’s goal being reached, the Associated Press […]

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