Friday, July 16, 2021 is the deadline for the California recall election candidates. California Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis (D) announced on July 1 that a recall election of Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) would take place on Sept. 14. The deadline for candidates to file certain documentation, such as their past […]
Joe Biden’s potential soon-to-be replacement, Kamala Harris had her token stop off at El Paso’s airport last week that some considered just a laughing matter as she giggled her way through the day. In reality, there is not much that is honestly laughable about Harris. Her husband is […]
There is currently a deluge in the number of US hospitals or health systems that recently announced layoffs or job cuts. Some of these include: 1. Mishawaka, Ind.-based Franciscan Health will lay off 83 employees of its 100-year-old hospital in Hammond, Ind., according to a notice filed with the state. […]
Social media captures how Americans really think.
For the past decade, New York billionaire George Soros funded campaigns of leftist District Attorney challengers across the United States. Many were elected. Now Americans are paying dearly–many with their lives. In the 2018 elections of California, Soros spent $3,625,000 on DA races in Sacramento, San Diego, Alameda, […]
1.5 million Californians signed recall petitions against Gov. Gavin Newsom over his mishandling of the state’s response to the China Virus pandemic, not doing enough to address the state’s homelessness rate, and supporting sanctuary city policies and water rationing. Tuesday, June 8th was the deadline for voters who signed […]
More evidence that the Biden-Harris Administration remains very unpopular with most voters is revealed by pollster Scott Rasmussen. “The reality is that the desire for Trump-like policies existed long before Donald Trump gave voice to them,” wrote Rasmussen. “The best example of this may be the issue of […]
. Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado was the first national park established to protect human created structures and history, including 5,000 archaeological sites and 600 cliff dwellings of the Ancestral Pueblo people. California’s Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks is home to the largest living single-stem tree in the world, the giant […]
In the 1999 mediocre movie, “The Wild Wild West” actor Will Smith starred as James West, the role made famous by Robert Conrad in the successful television series. “I had so much success that I started to taste global blood and my focus shifted from my artistry to […]
COVID-19 is not the only problem coming to America from the White House’s horrid immigration policies. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in the San Diego Sector report a dramatic increase in sex offenders crossing the U.S. border. They noted that “in fiscal year 2021, which began October 1, […]
The University of Southern California in Los Angeles agreed to pay $1.1 billion to hundreds of patients who filed class-action lawsuits accusing a former student health gynecologist of repeated sexual abuse. The billion-dollar payout, the combination of three sets of settlements, sets a record for collegiate sex abuse […]
Splash Mountain in Disneyland opened on July 17, 1989, but went back to the drawing board and reopened in 1992. There are three drops but The Big Drop is 52.5 feet and slides down in 9.8 seconds. There are 103 total audio-animatronics on the ride.