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The Lennar Way Concord Style

The Lennar Way Concord Style

. . By Richard Eber In the spring of 2015 the City Council of Concord California had come down to a couple of firms to become master developer for some 5028 surplus acres at the decommissioned Naval Weapons Station.  Plans to make this locale where ammunition and explosives were once stored, into a vibrant new […]

FBI: Man planned ISIS-inspired Christmas Day terror attack at Pier 39, San Francisco

FBI: Man planned ISIS-inspired Christmas Day terror attack at Pier 39, San Francisco

By JUSTIN CARISSIMO CBS NEWS Federal officials say they’ve arrested a man who they say was planning a terror attack on Christmas Day in San Francisco in support of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), CBS News justice correspondent Paula Reid reports. Everitt Aaron Jameson, 26, has been charged with providing material support for terrorism, […]

The Third 100 Days (Trump Briefs: August 26-Sept. 1/Day 219-225) Week 32

The Third 100 Days (Trump Briefs: August 26-Sept. 1/Day 219-225) Week 32

By Michael Hernandez   Saturday, August 26 (Day 219): House Speaker, Pelosi,  and Schumer rip Trump for Arpaio pardon House Speaker Paul Ryan, Minority House Leader Nancy Pelosi, Democratic Minority Senate Leader Chuck Schumer have all ripped President Trump for pardoning Sheriff Joe Arpaio. “The speaker does not agree with the decision,” Ryan spokesman Doug […]

‘Sanctuary City’ San Francisco Pays Illegal Alien $190k for Reporting Him to ICE

‘Sanctuary City’ San Francisco Pays Illegal Alien $190k for Reporting Him to ICE

By ASSEMBLYMAN TIM DONNELLY San Francisco has agreed to a $190,000 payout in a lawsuit brought by an illegal alien alleging they violated their own “sanctuary city” policies and reported him to federal immigration authorities. Pedro Figueroa-Zarceno, a 33-year old El Salvadoran in the U.S. illegally, agreed to settle his lawsuit, which he filed after someone […]

California Magazine Ban Saga: State Bans Repair Kits, NRA Sues Again

California Magazine Ban Saga: State Bans Repair Kits, NRA Sues Again

By BillJ   Back in February, San Francisco sued a number of online retailers who were advertising standard-capacity magazines, and now they’ve won. The retailers are henceforth barred from advertising the mag repair kits in CA, so if you want to repair your grandfathered magazines you’ll have to go out of state, I guess. The […]

4th Annual Panel Discussion-Sanctuary Cities-Sunday June 11 in San Francisco

4th Annual Panel Discussion-Sanctuary Cities-Sunday June 11 in San Francisco

Sanctuary Cities A Panel Discussion Regarding This Critical Issue  Read more  here  Register NOW !!!! Download the Flyer and Pass the Word Sunday, June 11, 2017  SYMPOSIUM on  Sanctuary Cities 1:30pm-3:30pm   4th Annual Panel Discussion Sanctuary Cities is a highly-charged, emotional, and complicated issue touching on many aspects of what government should be and shouldn’t […]

Memories of San Francisco

Memories of San Francisco

. By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   As a fourth generation San Franciscan, it hurts me to see how the city of my birth is now a progressive neo-fascist enclave.  This transformation has occurred under the umbrella of being a Sanctuary City where individual freedom is being protected by aggressive governmental policies. […]

San Francisco grid failure offers preview of EMP threat

San Francisco grid failure offers preview of EMP threat

For seven hours last Friday, San Francisco was in chaos. A fire in a utility company substation caused a power outage that knocked out traffic lights, cable cars, elevators and computer systems. At least 88,000 Pacific Gas and Electric Co. customers were left without power for most of the workday. Employees in the city’s financial […]

San Francisco fails in assault on Pacific Legal Foundation’s big court win for local landlords

San Francisco fails in assault on Pacific Legal Foundation’s big court win for local landlords

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals today rejected San Francisco’s attempt to scuttle a major Pacific Legal Foundation court victory for the city’s landlords. At issue was PLF’s federal district court victory in 2014 over the city’s since-repealed Tenant Relocation Ordinance, a confiscatory law that barred landlords from removing their units from the rental […]

Airbnb, Inc. v. City of San Francisco

Airbnb, Inc. v. City of San Francisco

By Jennifer Felten  Airbnb, Inc. runs an online platform where people can list properties for short term rentals.  Airbnb, Inc. filed lawsuit in the U.S. District court for the Northern District of California on last month seeking to enjoin the recently enacted amendments to the city’s so called “Airbnb law” claiming the law is a […]

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