The Windy Fire burns in the Sequoia National Forest near California Hot Springs, Calif., September 24, 2021.
Government mismanagement of California’s forests is making Americans everywhere sick. San Francisco is killing its black residents. Gavin Newsom makes mail-in ballots permanent, hands over Manhattan Beach property he says was stolen from its black owners in 1924, signs off on ethnic studies requirements for high schoolers, bans stealthing, and says we’re ready for a state-run bank.
Netflix execs handle/mishandle an employee walkout over the streaming service’s latest Dave Chappelle special.
Government mismanagement of California’s forests is making Americans everywhere sick.
U.S. attorney general Merrick Garland pours gasoline on the fire of public debate around masks, vaccines, and racial reckoning in the nation’s public schools.
Governor Newsom uses communities incinerated by wildfire to promote climate-change policies that will do little to mitigate the impact of decades of bad forest management.
San Francisco mayor London Breed says she had to dance maskless in a nightclub, and blames the ‘fun police’ for documenting the moment.
Lessons learned — and reasons for hope — following Governor Gavin Newsom’s overwhelming win in the September 14 California recall.
California’s Democrats have weaponized the courts through the Private Attorneys General Act, the state law that allows anyone to sue anyone else on behalf of the state’s “interests.”
The state’s public-health chief orders all California schools to mask students despite his own department’s evidence that COVID-19 isn’t killing kids.
When did the
Los Angeles Times decide racism is tolerable when the target is a black conservative?
The connection between California’s killer wildfires and the spread of COVID, fact-checking Gavin Newsom’s claims and more.