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LA Schools to Require ‘Ethnic Studies’ to Counter ‘Euro-centric’ Curriculum

In order to graduate from high school in the Los Angeles Unified School District, students will now have to take an ethnic studies course, thanks to a decision by the district on Tuesday. Responding to pressure from the Ethnic Studies Now coalition, board members Bennett Kayser, George McKenna, and Steve Zimmer brought a resolution to commence honoring the ethnic studies requirement starting in the 2015-16 school year. Nov 19, 2014 3:51 PM PT

Cruz, Levin to Speak at CPAC

CPAC 2015 has announced that likely 2016 presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz, radio host Mark Levin, and business whiz Carly Fiorina will speak at the event, scheduled for Feb. 25-28. Nov 18, 2014 7:08 PM PT

Boycott? Israeli Shipping Company Stops Serving Major California Port

ZIM Integrated Shipping services, Israel’s largest cargo shipping company, has decided to stop delivering its cargo to the Port of Long Beach. Zim would not explain the reason for the decision; one employee told the Jewish Journal of Los Angeles that the cut-off is “not a long-term thing.” Nov 18, 2014 9:28 AM PT

Democrat Depicts Fellow Democrat as Hoodie-Wearing Criminal to Win

Political observers in California--notably Dan Morain of the Sacramento Bee--remain outraged over the tactics used by Mike Gipson, 47, to win California Assembly District 64 over Prophet Walker, 26. In one mailer, Gipson depicted Walker as a violent criminal in a dark hoodie, grinning and aiming a gun, alongside a flattering picture of Gipson in his police uniform. The flyer noted Walker’s criminal past: Walker pleaded guilty to robbing and beating a victim when he was 16, and served five years in jail. Nov 17, 2014 1:00 PM PT

Bin Laden's Killer Inspires Redskins with Visit

The Washington Redskins, trying desperately to motivate their troops, turned to a genuine military hero for inspiration Saturday night. Former Navy SEAL Rob O'Neill, who claims he fired the shots that killed Osama bin Laden, addressed the team, as some players attested later on social media. Nov 17, 2014 10:07 AM PT

Jerry Brown for President? Meets with Donors This Week

California Governor Jerry Brown, who was re-elected in a landslide earlier this month to what he says is his last term in office, will ask political donors on Monday to keep contributing, the Los Angeles Times reports. Brown defeated his opponent, Neel Kashkari, while retaining $20 million or more in his reelection account as of mid-October. However, Brown--who says he will not run for President--is still asking for cash. Nov 17, 2014 9:02 AM PT

Jewish Rapper Says ISIS Supporters Hacked his Website

Rami Even-Esh, a Jewish rapper with the stage name Kosha Dillz, claims that ISIS supporters hacked his website in October. Even-Esh asked fans on his website, "My site is hacked by ISIS. Bad promo or good?" Nov 17, 2014 6:03 AM PT

AP: GOP Has No Right to Attack Obama on Immigration

A new article written for AP defends President Barack Obama’s expected executive order to protect illegal immigrants from GOP criticism by noting that presidents Reagan and George H. W. Bush also extended amnesty to illegal immigrants. Nov 16, 2014 8:32 PM PT

CA Adopts Tougher Standards for Health Care Workers Treating Ebola

Following a protest on Thursday by nurses around the globe wanting stricter protections for health-care workers working with Ebola patients, on Friday, the California Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced that the state would institute strict new standards. Doctors, nurses and other health workers will now have access to hazardous material suits, respirators, and isolation rooms when they treat Ebola patients, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. Nov 16, 2014 11:42 AM PT

Facebook Search Leads to LAPD's Most Wanted Fugitive

The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) found one of the city’s top wanted fugitives in a most unusual way: using Facebook. Even though Eduardo Rodriguez, accused of murdering four people in 2001, had been shown on America's Most Wanted, he had eluded police for 11 years until last year, when the LAPD permitted Glendale police to lend a hand. Nov 16, 2014 11:25 AM PT

OC Register Asks Employees to Deliver Sunday Papers

The struggling Orange County Register, a staple in California for over one hundred years, has asked its employees to deliver its newspapers on Sundays in order to keep costs down. The Register had contracted with the Los Angeles Times for delivery services, but this month two investor groups told a Delaware judge that the delivery contract was a reason for the Register’s insolvency. The groups asked for a receiver to supervise Freedom Communications Inc., the paper’s parent company. Nov 16, 2014 10:36 AM PT

California Tax Hikers Readying for 2016

Advocates for higher taxes in California have plans for 2016 that include a wide variety of ways to siphon funds from California voters. Tax hikers are preparing prospective initiatives that would include making Proposition 30 taxes permanent, instituting a property tax increase on commercial property, taxing oil drilled in the state, and a hike in taxes on cigarettes. Nov 14, 2014 8:56 AM PT

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