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UC President Napolitano grilled for office’s handling of audit probe

After a state audit found University of California administrators hid $175 million from the public while increasing tuition, university system President Janet Napolitano apologized Tuesday for the way her office handled the investigation — but disputed several of the audit’s findings. In an unusual show of bipartisan agreement, lawmakers from both parties said during a

Prosecute the Sanctuary Secessionists

David Horowitz, The Freedom Center’s newest campaign takes on the seditious “sanctuary campus” movement. There are now 500 sanctuary cities in the United States, virtually all Democratic, which are pledged not to cooperate with the Department of Homeland Security in its efforts to secure our borders, identify terrorists, and deport criminal aliens. California has taken

The Quest for Islam-Based Affirmative Action

Lloyd Billingsley, Why the new Congress should give a new Obama-proposed racial classification the boot. “Court Commissioner Shama Mesiwala sees her new job as a way to represent her Muslim faith,” ran the February 21 headline in the Sacramento Bee. Presiding judge Kevin Culhane called the new Commissioner “highly accomplished,” and did not exaggerate. Shama

High Concept Hate Crime, CAIR video stars bacon-wielding female vandal

Lloyd Billingsley, On the night of January 22, two days after the inauguration of President Donald Trump, a mysterious woman placed strips of bacon on the door of the Islamic Center mosque in Davis, California, near the state capital of Sacramento. The prowler then proceeded to vandalize bicycles and smash six windows before slipping away. 

Donald Trump Has Caused The Left to Lose Its Mind

John Hawkins, “You’re awake by the way. You’re not having a terrible, terrible dream. Also, you’re not dead and you haven’t gone to hell. This is your life now. This is our election now. This is us. This is our country.” – Rachel Maddow’s reaction to Trump becoming President When Barack Obama was elected, conservatives

Trump facing historic delays in confirmation push

Brooke Singman, Even as he signs executive orders at a furious pace and plans ‘yuge’ changes across the federal government, President Trump is dealing with a major disadvantage: His team is not in place.  Not only has the Senate confirmed just a handful of Trump’s Cabinet nominees nearly three weeks into his presidency, but hundreds