As California struggles under the radical left-wing policies of Governor Gavin Newsom, many residents say they have had enough. One America’s Pearson Sharp explains why Californians are taking steps to have Newsom recalled from office.
Just one day after President Trump toured the border in California, Arizona congressman Andy Biggs is sounding the alarm on the need for border security funding as Democrats continue to focus their efforts on the Mueller report and taking down the president. One America’s Neil W. McCabe has more from Washington.
The ongoing feud between the White House and California hits a new boiling point. In a ruling Thursday, a judge handed President Trump a victory by temporarily blocking a law that required presidential candidates to release their tax returns in order to appear on the state’s primary ballot.
The Trump administration is reportedly planning to slap San Francisco with an EPA violation due to the city’s rampant homelessness crisis.
As California struggles under the radical left-wing policies of Governor Gavin Newsom, many residents say they have had enough. One America’s Pearson Sharp explains how an official petition is paving the way to remove Gavin from office.
Conservative author and TV host Erin Cruz soke to One America’s Patrick Hussion about a major effort to oust California Governor Gavin Newsom from office. Cruz is looking to get 1.5 million signatures on the state-approved petition, which is currently being circulated throughout the state.
An advocacy group is calling on President Trump to issue an executive order, officially declaring the Los Angeles homeless crisis a national emergency. One America’s Stefan Kleinhenz has more from the White House.
The state of California is under fire over a recent bill which would allow student-athletes to turn a profit. One America’s Tali Letoi has more on the controversial measure that’s now headed to the desk of governor Gavin Newsom.
Lawmakers recently approved a bill, which would prohibit schools in California from starting earlier than 8:00 AM. Those in favor of the measure, which was passed Friday, say later start times could drastically improve school attendance, graduation rates and grades. Although, some argue State Bill 328 could have a negative effect on family life.