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Lone Libertarian Stands up to Ferguson Protest at UCLA

A lone UCLA student who stood outside of the Powell Library on UCLA's campus holding up a sign which read "There is no strong evidence suggesting Officer Wilson is guilty of murder," was blocked by a group of fellow female student activists who disagreed with him and who tried to subdue his message by holding up signs of their own and chanting calls for justice in the aftermath of the Ferguson grand jury's verdict clearing Officer Wilson of indictment. 25 Nov 2014, 6:50 PM PDT

Ferguson Protesters March Through L.A. (Updates)

On Tuesday afternoon, several hundred demonstrators voicing their outrage at the refusal of a grand jury to induct police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown marched through south central Los Angeles. 25 Nov 2014, 5:12 PM PDT

Sacramento Mayor on Ferguson: ‘Worst Injustice over the History of Time’

Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, a.k.a. “Little Barack,” responded to the grand jury’s decision not to indict Darren Wilson for the death of Michael Brown by saying, “This is just a sad day for America, in my opinion, when you think about injustice and all the things that have happened over the history of time. This one just doesn't feel right.” 25 Nov 2014, 3:11 PM PDT

Rather Hilarious UC Santa Cruz Protest over Ferguson

Over 100 students from UC Santa Cruz decided to horn in on the protests around the nation after the non-indictment of Officer Darren Wilson for shooting Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. The students held a peaceful march through downtown Santa Cruz that ended at the Clock Tower, chanting, “The people united! We will never be divided!” 25 Nov 2014, 12:05 PM PDT

San Diego Mexican Consulate Will Help with Obama's Amnesty

On Monday, the Mexican Consulate in San Diego made clear its intent to help illegal immigrants targeted by Barack Obama’s recently announced reforms on immigration. Remedios Gomez Arnau, the Mexican Consul General in San Diego, told local public radio station KPBS, “We will be organizing workshops once we have the information of exactly what is required. We will be printing booklets. We will, of course, be working through our network of social organizations to provide these workshops in the different parts of San Diego County.” Arnau previously served as Consul General of Mexico in Atlanta from 2001 until January 2008. 25 Nov 2014, 11:52 AM PDT

Ferguson Protesters Occupy 10 Freeway in L.A. UPDATE: Move to 110

LOS ANGELES, California -- Over 50 protestors occupied and marched down a section of the off-ramp on the 10 Freeway at La Brea Avenue in Los Angeles to voice their anger, disdain and unrest with a Ferguson, Missouri grand jury's decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, who was killed on August 9. 24 Nov 2014

Quiet Riot: California Protests Ferguson, (Mostly) Peacefully

As Ferguson, Missouri exploded in rioting following the announcement that a grand jury had elected not to indict former police officer Darren Wilson in the August shooting death of Michael Brown, protests erupted throughout California. Though some of the demonstrations were illegal, and a few were tense and violent, the overwhelming character of protests across the Golden State was angry but restrained as of 10 p.m. Monday. 24 Nov 2014

Tour Bus Crashes Twice in One Day, Killing 1 and Injuring 30

The driver of a tour bus that encountered two separate accidents in Northern California on Sunday may have been extremely fatigued, California Highway Patrol officers told the Los Angeles Times on Monday. The second accident, on Interstate 5 near Redding, killed one man and sent another 30 people to the hospital with moderate to severe injuries. 24 Nov 2014

Mike Honda Aims at Rand Paul--and Misses

Rep. Mike Honda (D-CA) issued a statement on Monday blasting Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) for comparing President Barack Obama's executive amnesty to the internment of Japanese-Americans by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt during World War II. The Bay Area "Political Blotter" scored Honda's response a win for the 17th district congressman: "Rep. Mike Honda schools Sen. Rand Paul," it said. 24 Nov 2014

49ers Game Drew Redskins Protests

The latest protest against the Washington Redskins’ team name occurred Sunday in San Francisco, with roughly 300 protesters assembled near Levi’s Stadium, where the Redskins played the San Francisco 49ers. 24 Nov 2014

New Immigration Move Brings Bureaucratic Nightmare to System

President Obama's unilateral action to grant executive amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants in the United States has shed light on a host of failures that are likely to take place with regard to the logistics of processing the applications. The much smaller-scale Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) applications (i.e. the "Dream Act," by fiat) which took place in 2012 as well as the rollout of were riddled with problems, and concerns have been raised about the administration's ability to handle the much larger task which Obama put forth this past week. 24 Nov 2014

'Fruit Pickers' Left Out of Obama's Amnesty

“Are we a nation that tolerates the hypocrisy of a system where workers who pick our fruit and make our beds never have a chance to get right with the law? Or are we a nation that gives them a chance to make amends, take responsibility, and give their kids a better future?” That was the challenge President Barack Obama posed to America on Thursday evening as he issued his decree that effectively provided amnesty to millions. 24 Nov 2014

Oakland to Require Developers to Sponsor Public Art

Oakland, following the lead of San Francisco, will require private developers to include funds for public art in their projects. The City Council passed legislation proposed by former Councilwoman Libby Schaaf, who was elected the mayor of Oakland in November’s election, that forces developers to allocate 1% of their projects’ costs for public art, to either be displayed in their venues or given to a city arts fund. 23 Nov 2014

LA Car Show is all about Driverless Cars

The 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show that opened on Friday and runs through November 30 is pushing the concept that self-driving cars are inevitable. Over the next fifteen years Detroit intends to make obsolete all 264 million vehicles in America. 23 Nov 2014

ISIS Refugees Come to Sacramento

A Sacramento church hosted an early Thanksgiving dinner for dozens of refugees who fled Iraq from fear of ISIS. One refugee, Bassil Mahid, said he is still afraid. He told a local news reporter, “[It’s] very hard to live.” 23 Nov 2014

Ackerman: Obama's Executive Amnesty Is Like the Emancipation Proclamation

Last week, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi compared President Barack Obama's declaration of executive amnesty for millions of illegal aliens to President Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation during the Civil War. In a Los Angeles Times op-ed, Yale constitutional scholar Bruce Ackerman does the same. Just as Lincoln freed the slaves but left many questions open, Ackerman argues, Obama's amnesty will "initiate" further debate. 23 Nov 2014

Obama's Executive Amnesty: We Are All Californians Now

While President Barack Obama's executive amnesty is unpopular nationwide, and only enjoys 47% nationally among Latino voters, Californians surveyed in August were broadly supportive of the measure. That marks a remarkable turnaround since Proposition 187, which sought to exclude illegal immigrants from most public services, passed twenty years ago--and may be a sign of political shifts to come across the rest of the country. 23 Nov 2014

Clinton Allies Think Support for Obama's Amnesty Was 'Smart Move'

In a lengthy piece at The Hill this weekend, Amie Parnes takes a look at "What Hillary allies fear the most." Such analyses are always to be taken with a grain of salt, since the default assumption must be that the mainstream media are generally interested in seeing a Hillary Clinton candidacy succeed. Still, one of the more interesting tidbits is that the Clinton camp apparently believes she was right to embrace Obama's executive amnesty. 23 Nov 2014

Tech Start-up Fundings Crash 40% since April

TechCrunch is the leading website to follow technology start-up fundings. As a tool to identify funding trends, Todd Schneider updates a weekly chart called the “TechCrunch Bubble Index” (TCBI) to track the trend in new fundings. High-tech companies have been a huge beneficiary of globalized trade. But as that trend seems to have peaked since April, the number of tech start-up fundings has crashed by 40%. 22 Nov 2014

Sacramento Reacts to Obama's Amnesty

Sacramento citizens had widely disparate reactions to Barack Obama’s granting of amnesty to illegal immigrants on Thursday night. Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones, who has reacted in highly critical fashion to Obama’s purported immigration moves after two of his deputies were killed by an alleged illegal immigrant, said, “This is not immigration reform. 22 Nov 2014


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