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Commuters Beware: ‘Obamajams’ Return to L.A.

Los Angeles commuters should expect full-blown traffic jams — or “Obamajams” — once again, with President Barack Obama’s arrival in the area between Thursday evening and Friday morning, where he will be raising money for House and Senate candidates.

Rosie O’Donnell Selling Anti-Israeli Art

Rosie O’Donnell Selling Anti-Israeli Art

Rosie O’Donnell, an outspoken critic of Israeli military action against Hamas, was reportedly selling custom art of her perspective on the Israel-Palestinian Conflict. The longtime co-host of The View created 30 pieces of “limited edition” art, in a collection she

Kings’ McLemore Wears Mike Brown Tribute on Shoe

Kings’ McLemore Wears Mike Brown Tribute on Shoe

Sacramento Kings rookie guard Ben McLemore decided to weigh in on the events in Ferguson, Missouri in the Kings’ game against the Memphis Grizzlies on Sunday by inscribing “RIP Mike Brown” on his shoe. Brown was shot and killed by

World View: Britain’s David Cameron Draws a Red Line on Immigration

World View: Britain’s David Cameron Draws a Red Line on Immigration

This morning’s key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com Britain’s David Cameron draws a red line on immigration David Cameron accused of ‘blackmail’ on immigration demands Britain’s David Cameron draws a red line on immigration David Cameron on Friday (AFP/Getty) Britain’s prime minister

Koudelka at the Getty: Homage to Resistance and Freedom

Koudelka at the Getty: Homage to Resistance and Freedom

Josef Koudelka, the Czech-born photographer whose smuggled images defined the invasion of Czechoslovakia by the Soviet bloc in August 1968, is the focus of a visiting exhibition, Nationality Doubtful, at the Getty Center in Los Angeles through March 22, 2015.

Report: L.A. Mayor's Mansion Uses 5x More Water than Average

Report: L.A. Mayor's Mansion Uses 5x More Water than Average

Getty House, the Los Angeles mayoral mansion currently occupied by Mayor Eric Garcetti, uses approximately 2,100 gallons of water a day, five times the average amount of water used by other Los Angeles households. According to CBS Los Angeles, the

Iran Arrests Journalists Who Reported Acid Attacks

Iran Arrests Journalists Who Reported Acid Attacks

Iran arrested four journalists from the Isna news agency after they reported the acid attacks against women in Isfahan. Isna was one of the first to reach out to the attacked women. The reports caused international outrage. The four journalists

U.S. General: Al Qaeda Working with Latin American Drug Cartels

U.S. General: Al Qaeda Working with Latin American Drug Cartels

The commander of the U.S. Southern Command said al Qaeda raises “a lot of money” by allowing Latin American drug cartels to traffic cocaine into Europe through West Africa, explicitly associating the two enterprises. “We know that the cocaine that

The Lobbyist and the Entrepreneur

Last week, Glenn Reynolds (the great Instapundit) remarked that “when lobbying pays better than any other investment” you end up with a decline in entrepreneurship.  Indeed, recent data shows that start-up businesses are on the decline.  The Daily Signal recently

Red Sox Sign Cuban Defector in Record-Breaking Deal

Red Sox Sign Cuban Defector in Record-Breaking Deal

The Boston Red Sox landed Cuban defector Yoenis Cespedes in a trade last month. Friday, they added another Cuban defector to their outfield.  The Sox signed vaunted centerfielder Rusney Castillo to a $72.5 million contract that will make him Boston’s

Fireman Ed Extinguishes Talk of Comeback

Fireman Ed Extinguishes Talk of Comeback

What can the New York Jets do to restore the mediocre franchise to past glory? Bring back Joe Namath? Okay. Call the New York Sack Exchange back into session? Sure. Encourage a Curtis Martin comeback? Yeah. But bring back Fireman

Eric Holder: I'm an Activist Attorney General and Proud of It

Eric Holder: I'm an Activist Attorney General and Proud of It

In an interview with Juan Williams, Attorney General Eric Holder said he is, indeed, an activist attorney general and proud of it. “If you want to call me an activist attorney general, I will proudly accept that label,” said Holder.

Dale Jr. Completes Season Sweep at Pocono

Dale Jr. Completes Season Sweep at Pocono

LONG POND, Pa. (AP) — Dale Earnhardt Jr. took the lead off the final restart with three laps left and won Sunday to complete a season sweep at Pocono Raceway. Earnhardt held off the hard-charging Kevin Harvick to win for

Laura Ingraham Records Robocall Supporting Joe Carr

Laura Ingraham Records Robocall Supporting Joe Carr

Radio show host Laura Ingraham has recorded a robocall in support of Joe Carr in his primary challenge against Republican incumbent Senator Lamar Alexander. Ingraham explains that Carr “needs to be your next Republican senator,” citing the push for amnesty

Suns Forward P.J. Tucker Charged with 'Super Extreme DUI'

Suns Forward P.J. Tucker Charged with 'Super Extreme DUI'

Police in Scottsdale arrested Phoenix Suns forward P.J. Tucker for “Super Extreme DUI” back in May. The sports media apparently just found out–about the arrest and the existence of a charge called “Super Extreme DUI.” The Arizona arrest came long

Braves Trio, The Big Hurt Headline HOF Class

Braves Trio, The Big Hurt Headline HOF Class

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (AP) — Frank Thomas choked back tears, Joe Torre apologized for leaving people out of his speech and Tony La Russa said he felt uneasy. Being enshrined in the Hall of Fame can have those effects, even on

All Nine Padres in Line Up Score in One Inning

All Nine Padres in Line Up Score in One Inning

San Francisco Giants starter Tim Lincecum has no-hit the Padres twice since last July. An assortment of Chicago Cubs pitchers eight-hit San Diego in the sixth inning of Thursday’s game. Fifteen Padres players stepped to the plate in the inning,

Exclusive: Laura Ingraham to Campaign for Joe Carr

Exclusive: Laura Ingraham to Campaign for Joe Carr

Breitbart News has learned that conservative talk radio host Laura Ingraham will campaign for Joe Carr, who is challenging Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) in an August primary, at a “Restore America” rally on July 22 in Nashville.  After she helped

DOJ Lawsuit Against NC Voter ID Law to See Trial in 2015

DOJ Lawsuit Against NC Voter ID Law to See Trial in 2015

The Associated Press is reporting that lawsuits brought by the Department of Justice, the NAACP, the League of Women Voters, and the American Civil Liberties Union against a North Carolina voter ID law will go to trial in 2015. The

Joey Chestnut Wins Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest

Joey Chestnut Wins Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest

The Fourth of July means hot dogs, fireworks, and patriotism. Joey Chestnut combined all three in Coney Island. First came the fireworks. The competitive food-eating champion proposed to girlfriend Neslie Ricasa immediately prior to defending his hot-dog-eating title. The sequence

National Weather Service: CA's Drought Getting Worse

National Weather Service: CA's Drought Getting Worse

The Los Angeles Times reports that the National Weather Service announced on Thursday that California’s drought is getting worse and worse. In June, almost four-fifths of the state was labeled as suffering “extreme” drought conditions–and in those areas, the most

Georges St. Pierre Apologizes for Letter Supporting Drug Kingpin

Georges St. Pierre Apologizes for Letter Supporting Drug Kingpin

Georges St. Pierre calls a letter he signed in support of a convicted drug trafficker a “mistake” and apologized “unconditionally” to any offended. The former UFC welterweight champion has long been a loud voice against the use of performance enhancing

Cavs Hire Head Coach from Israeli Team

Cavs Hire Head Coach from Israeli Team

The Cleveland Cavaliers took their nickname from England. They grabbed their new coach from Israel. The Cavaliers have hired Dave Blatt, according to Yahoo! Sports. The four-year deal reportedly could award the NBA rookie coach $20 million. Blatt led Macabbi

Big Blue Bus: 7000 Words, 135 Miles, 18 Buses, 4 Dollars, 1 Day

Big Blue Bus: 7000 Words, 135 Miles, 18 Buses, 4 Dollars, 1 Day

On Thursday, June 19th, I rode every single bus in the “Big Blue Bus” system run by the City of Santa Monica, California. That’s 18 individual bus lines (a nineteenth, which serves Santa Monica College, has closed for the summer). I