Boycott DC, not AZ
So the Los Angeles City Council has voted to boycott Arizona over its new immigration law. This nauseating display of moral vanity comes on the same day the Pew Research Center reports on a new poll showing that the American people support the law by a commanding 59%-32%. Heck, Pew found that Democrats are split, with 46% opposed and 45% in support. So we have the City of | Read More »
Does California REALLY want to boycott Arizona?
With the Phoenix (yes, in Arizona) Suns about to host the Los Angeles Lakers in Phoenix (yes, in Arizona) for game 1, the City of Los Angeles officially weighs in with a 13-1 vote approving yet another boycott of Arizona by a California city. What is really funny here is LA’s Mayor Antonio (Viva La Raza) Villaraigosa has already said he thinks a boycott of | Read More »
Can bankrupt California & Los Angeles survive?
How are California & Los Angeles going to survive? From Wednesday’s New York Times: Analysis of California Pensions Finds Half-Trillion-Dollar Gap By MARY WILLIAMS WALSH Published: April 6, 2010 An independent analysis of California’s three big pension funds has found a hidden shortfall of more than half a trillion dollars, several times the amount reported by the funds and more than six times the value | Read More »
John Dennis Challenges Nancy ‘The Nepotist’ Pelosi in California’s 8th District
John Dennis, a free market advocate who founded a successful office design company, has clearly recognized the threat to our economy which has been manifested by the left and the leadership of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Thus, he has decided to directly challenge her by entering the Congressional race in the 8th district of California. John Dennis, an accomplished businessman and entrepreneur, has been a | Read More »
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, Willie Brown
The 437 million dollar police station in Los Angeles is quite the bargain.
Boondoggle. LOS ANGELES (AP) – The Los Angeles Police Department is officially being handed the keys to its new headquarters. Local officials including Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and outgoing police Chief William Bratton are scheduled to open the gleaming 10-story, $437 million downtown structure Saturday morning. The so-called Police Administration Building will replace Parker Center four blocks away. The 1955 facility has outlived its service life | Read More »
Two Americas Watch: Antonio Villaraigosa (D).
(Via Deceiver) There’s the America where Los Angeles is in the middle of an ongoing drought, and is thus subject to strong water restrictions – which are being pushed by its mayor, Antonio Villaraigosa (D). Then there’s the America where the mayor of Los Angeles was – illegally – watering his own lawn while everybody else’s was dying. And how does he explain this discrepancy? | Read More »
LA striving to become greenest city
The city of Los Angeles is leading the way in energy conservation by wasting electricity and tax dollars. From nbclosangeles dot com: In some areas, the city has been leaving streetlights on all day long, needlessly burning electricity in broad daylight. Even worse, residents tell us they’ve been calling the city’s 311 line for months, asking the city to turn off the lights during the | Read More »
Obama: Destruction of LA Preferable to Waterboarding Terrorists
[h/t Jaded, for my extensive pilfering of her work here] In a somewhat more perfect America, a huge parade would have been held in Los Angeles, honoring and celebrating the CIA — yes, the Central Intelligence Agency — once it was made public that the city had been spared a repeat of the 9/11 terrorist attack, due to intel gathered by the CIA from captured | Read More »
LA Times had some protesters Thursday!
Since LA Times decided it won’t release the video tape of Rashid Khalidi ‘s 2003 Going away Party with Rashid Khalidi and Barack Obama uncut ,unedited and in full, these people decided to protest to let the Times know how they feel!Here Is the Protest by freedommarch.org in front of the LA Times on Thursday Oct.30,2008video from freedommarch.org
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