Xavier Becerra

FILE - In this May 3, 2017, file photo, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra answers a question during a news conference in Sacramento, Calif. The top lawyers for 19 states will urge a federal judge Monday, Oct. 23, 2017, to force President Donald Trump's administration to pay health care subsidies …

Democrats Fail to Mention Venezuela Crisis in State of the Union Response

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra referenced gun control, environmental regulation, and the FBI probe into Russian election meddling during the Spanish-language Democratic response to the State of the Union response on Tuesday, but he failed to mention the single biggest crisis currently affecting Latin Americans: the collapse of socialist Venezuela.

The Associated Press

Democrat SOTU Spanish Response: Border Emergency Declaration Illegal

California’s Attorney General Xavier Becerra called “immoral” and “illegal” a possible emergency declaration for the southern border adding that he would be ready to fight it in court “the moment it touches the ground.” The statement was made during the Democrat response in Spanish to the State of the Union Address.

Los Angeles Traffic (Jae C. Hong / Associated Press)

More Trump vs. California: EPA Rolls Back Fuel Standards

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced Monday that it would roll back ambitious emissions standards for cars and trucks, setting up a confrontation with environmentalists and with the State of California.

Blue State Blues (Breitbart)

Blue State Blues: Jeff Sessions 1, California Democrats 0

You could see it in their eyes, and hear it in their voices, on Wednesday: Governor Jerry Brown and the rest of the Democratic Party clique that runs this one-party state knew that they had lost as soon as the Attorney General filed his lawsuit against California’s “sanctuary state” statutes.

California plow (David McNew / Getty)

California Farmers Worry Sanctuary Laws Increase ICE Raids

With the State of California and its three largest cities arrogantly declaring themselves sanctuaries from federal law enforcement, Central Valley agricultural communities worry that the state will provoke a retaliatory increase in federal immigration raids.