GOP Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy: Worst Week in California Politics

Capitol Weekly, one of Sacramento’s most credible news sources that reports on political and policy goings-on in the Golden State, has bestowed their “Singin’ Those Golden State Blues” award for the worst week in California politics to House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, tagging him with the ultimate responsibility for the failure to pick up even one of nine Congressional seats in California that were competitive.
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Latin Grammys Get Political With Reaction to Obama's Amnesty Speech

The 15th annual Latin Grammy Awards took ample opportunity on Thursday night to express their sentiments and outright support for President Barack Obama's decision to proceed with executive amnesty; a move that will provide protection for up to 5 million people who are in the United States illegally if implemented. 21 Nov 2014

GOP Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy: Worst Week in California Politics

Capitol Weekly, one of Sacramento’s most credible news sources that reports on political and policy goings-on in the Golden State, has bestowed their “Singin’ Those Golden State Blues” award for the worst week in California politics to House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, tagging him with the ultimate responsibility for the failure to pick up even one of nine Congressional seats in California that were competitive. 21 Nov 2014

China Fails to Pass Communist Restrictions at Internet Confab

The theme of China’s first World Internet Conference held just out of Shanghai this week was an “interconnected world, shared and governed by all”. But the communist authorities tried to get conference attendees to approve a highly repressive 9 point manifesto called the Wuzhen Declaration that was slipped under hotel room doors after midnight on the last day of the conference. 21 Nov 2014

Six High School Students Arrested After Violent... Food Fight

A lunchtime campus brawl at a Santa Barbara County, California high school turned violent, producing vicious attacks on law enforcement officers with food, water bottles, and punches being thrown. The fight resulted in a 90-minute lockdown of the school, as well as six student arrests. 21 Nov 2014

California Dems, Amnesty Activists Hail Obama's Executive Action

“Executive action taken today is not a final solution,” said Democrat California Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de León of Obama’s Thursday evening announcement of reprieves for foreign nationals currently illegally present in the United States. Resounding applause for Obama and criticism of Congressional Republicans marked comments from León, Democrat Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins and California amnesty advocates that echoed Obama’s Thursday evening deportation deferral address and lauded California “landmark legislation.” 21 Nov 2014

Obama: The Most Dangerous Precedent

Everyone knows--whether they admit it or not--that President Barack Obama's "executive amnesty" is wrong. But most Americans aren't sure how to stop him—even though if this last election was about anything, it was about stopping Obama from granting an executive amnesty. 20 Nov 2014

Obama's Executive Amnesty Could Affect 1.6 Million in California

President Barack Obama's executive amnesty could provide legal status to 1.6 million people living in California, according to new estimates. Expected eligible illegal aliens could gain quasi-legal status under an anticipated expansion of the President’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), along with a new deferred action program. 20 Nov 2014

LAUSD iPad Contract Resurrected

The interim superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District, Ramon Cortines, wants to reverse course from his predecessor, John Deasy, and spend $22 million in bond money for over 20,000 iPads , reviving a canceled contract with Apple and Pearson. Deasy had canceled the contract in August when information surfaced that his office had ties with Pearson executives. He resigned in October. 20 Nov 2014

USC Alumnus Among Dead in Jerusalem

A University of Southern California alumnus was among those killed in a terror attack at a Jerusalem synagogue this week, the man’s relative confirmed to CBS Los Angeles’ KCAL9. 20 Nov 2014

Only "Glassholes" wear Google Glass

Iterations of Google Glass have been around the military for decades in helmet head-up displays. But even ultra-geeky Scientific American eighteen months ago said that the device “is creepy.” With Google co-founder Sergey Brin recently arriving sans his normal Google Glasses at the 2nd Annual Breakthrough Prize Awards held last week at the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, CA, the product’s biggest sponsor has moved on, according to Reuters. 20 Nov 2014

Close Wins for Costa, Bera: Dems Net a Seat in California

With vote counting largely completed now in both Sacramento and Fresno Counties, two Congressional races in California that had remained too close to call have now been decided, with two Democrat incumbents narrowly edging out their Republican challengers to win re-election. 20 Nov 2014

Hours After Jerusalem Terror, UCLA Students Vote to Divest from Israel

The University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) student government voted late Tuesday to recommend that the university divest from companies that are alleged to profit from Israeli human rights violations in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. The motion passed after a similar measure failed in the spring--and just hours after a deadly Palestinian terror attack on a synagogue in Jerusalem that killed five, including a rabbi formerly from Los Angeles. 20 Nov 2014

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. 19 Nov 2014

RoboCops: Silicon Valley Deploys Daleks

A Silicon Valley-based startup has developed a five-foot tall, burly-bodied robotic security guard, that resembles a Dalek, and has already deployed a fleet of five of them to patrol Microsoft’s Silicon Valley campus. 19 Nov 2014

L.A. County Jail Gay Wing: Friendship, Community, and Love

One of the largest and toughest urban jails in America showcases a daily fashion show in one of their multiple prison wings. The models are an ensemble of gay and transgendered prisoners who are happy to be admitted into the gay wing of L.A. County Sheriff’s Men’s Central Jail. 19 Nov 2014

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