Lloyd Billingsley, What the radical state attorney general has up his sleeve. The Trump administration aims to withhold nearly $18 million in federal grant money from states that offer sanctuary to illegals. California’s attorney general Xavier Becerra is pondering a plan to grab the federal money and still protect those who entered the country illegally.
President Donald Trump told Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly in an exclusive interview broadcast Monday that Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto “has got a problem” with drug cartels in his country and could need U.S. assistance. Trump was responding to reports that he told Pena Nieto in a phone call last week that the U.S. would
Kurt Schlichter, America’s dopey adolescent California is sulking because Hillary lost, so now it’s talking big about moving out of Mom’s house. According to one local bison, who presumably speaks for much of the proggy herd, the rest of America is unworthy of the Golden State’s glorious presence anyway. I’m a resident of California, and
Barry Bahrami went from incredulous to angry last month when California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a batch of firearms control laws known collectively as “Gunmageddon.” Then, the San Diego-based CEO became determined to fight back against the laws, which take aim at so-called assault weapons, enforce ammunition background checks, mostly take effect Jan. 1 and outlaw
Alexis Simendinger & Caitlin Huey-Burns, Voters in six states head to the polls Tuesday, effectively braking a rollercoaster primary season that catapulted Donald Trump to the Republican presidential ticket and is expected to crown Hillary Clinton as the Democrats’ nominee. In the long list of peculiarities in the 2016 race, Clinton finds herself caught in
James P. Pinkerton, 1. The Green Smog “You can’t con people, at least not for long,” Donald Trump wrote in his 1987 best-seller, . “You can create excitement, you can do wonderful promotion and get all kinds of press, and you can throw in a little hyperbole. But if you don’t deliver the goods, people
The National Basketball Association will make an announcement on Tuesday about its investigation into Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling while fallout over racist comments allegedly made by him was building. Sterling is being investigated by the NBA over racist comments he allegedly made that have since sparked widespread outrage in the United States. The
Teresa Mull “Climate change” isn’t all bad, unless you’re not a fan of gold. Intense drought in California has reportedly sparked a “second Gold Rush,” similar to the one that drove thousands to the Golden State in 1849. CBS Los Angeles reports: Prospectors in Southern California are heading to the hills, saying the severe drought