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 By Corva Corvax    Opinion    April 11, 2021

Black Lives Matter Struggles to Look Like a Tough Grass Roots Organization While Raking in Big Bucks: $90 Million in One Year of Donations

On every page of the official Black Lives Matter website, a button urges one to "donate today." Benefactors may warm themselves with supporting BLM's "ongoing fight to end State-sanctioned violence,...

 
 By Corva Corvax    Opinion    April 8, 2021

Proposed Ethnic Studies Curriculum for California Schools Relies on Flawed Scholarship

The case against Assembly Bill 101, a law that would require ethnic studies be a part of the high school curriculum in the state's public schools, was made by Tammi Rossman-Benjamin of the Amcha...

 
 By Corva Corvax    Opinion    April 5, 2021

Time to Move Out: Santa Monica is Coming For Your Home With Upzoning Plans for R-1 Neighborhoods and Putting Public Housing In Your Backyard

Dressed up in the language of compassion and social justice, the City Council's vote on March 30 to accommodate 6,168 affordable housing units, 70% of whatever new housing is built, and then to...

 

Threat of Racially Charged Ethnic Studies High School Requirement is Back as California State Board of Education Unanimously Passes Model Curriculum

Last fall, Governor Newsom vetoed AB 331, which would have made an Ethnic Studies course a high school graduation requirement. His objection to the law was the model curriculum on which it was based....

 
 By Corva Corvax    Opinion    March 29, 2021

Is it Homeless Advocacy to Allow Mentally Ill People to Live as They Please on the Street? Protestors Want Homeless to Continue Camping Out at Echo Park Lake

Police were needed to protect construction workers on Wednesday night at Echo Park as over 200 protestors arrived to decry the attempt to clear an estimated four dozen homeless people who'd set up...

 

Facing a Potential Recall Election, DA George Gascon Boasts of His 'Reforms' that Keep Criminals out of Prison; Meanwhile Homicides Are Spiking in Los Angeles

In a press release that proves he has no idea of his job description, Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon boasted of the ways he has helped criminals and flouted state and local laws du...

 
 By Corva Corvax    News    March 19, 2021

Robbers Can Beat You Up says Berkeley Legislator, Proposes SB 82 to Turn Violent Robbery Into Misdemeanor

March 17, 2021 A bill to turn currently felonious robbery assaults into misdemeanors was heard for the second time in the California Senate yesterday. The proposal, SB 82, was authored by Senator...

 
 By Corva Corvax    News    March 15, 2021

California Changes Lockdown Guidelines Once Again, Giving Credit to Counties for Number of Vaccines Delivered to Poor Neighborhoods

UPDATE March 11, 2021 - The Los Angeles County Health Department announced the daily case rate has dropped to 5.2 cases per 100k people. They expect to be able to move to the red tier on March 17,...

 
 By Corva Corvax    Schools    March 12, 2021

90 Percent of the Country's Law Schools Have "Excessive Whiteness" says Law Professor at University of Dayton

In a document that could have come straight from a reverse version of Jim Crow, "The Whitest Law School Report" ranks 200 of the nation's law schools in terms of the percentage of white students...

 

Embattled LA DA Gascon Points to Phony Poll of Crime Victims, Claiming They Favor Rehabilitation over Incarceration

March 5, 2021 On Thursday, Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon released a press statement regarding a poll conducted by Californians for Safety and Justice, claiming the results proved that...

 
 By Corva Corvax    Crime    March 10, 2021

Los Angeles Continues to Work on Non-Violent Response Teams of Mental Health Workers to Replace Police

On February 23, the Los Angeles City Council heard an update on the work done to create a non-police response program to deal with nonviolent calls. The city council called for the program...

 
 By Corva Corvax    Opinion    March 6, 2021

Black Lives Matter Wants to Abolish the Police During a Homicide Surge in Los Angeles

During an alarming surge in the number of homicides committed in Los Angeles, with the majority of victims people of color, Black Lives Matter-LA has begun a campaign to deplatform and abolish unions...

 
 By Corva Corvax    News    March 2, 2021

Safe In-Person Vote Centers Open for March 2 Special Elections

LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) Dean C. Logan announced Vote Centers are open and available for voting for the March 2 Special Elections, including the Senate...

 

Do the Poor and Downtrodden Deserve the Covid Vaccine Before Everyone Else? Community Health Centers Advocate to Receive More Vaccine Doses

February 26, 2021 Community health clinics think the answer to solving vaccine rollout disparity is to let them administer more vaccines. At a webinar on February 24, representatives from health...

 
 By Corva Corvax    News    February 26, 2021

Labor Dispute Plagues Columbia Sussex, Even as the Company Seeks to Sell its JW Marriott Le Merigot Hotel in Santa Monica

The owner of the luxury Le Merigot hotel on Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica will have to face the California Division of Labor Standards in May to explain their side of a labor dispute with labor union...

 

Los Angeles District Attorney Gascon Gives Practical Reasons for Not Seeking Death Penalty for Killer of Two Boys

February 22 District Attorney George Gascon issued a statement today explaining why his office accepted a plea bargain from convicted sex offender Kenneth Rasmuson for the murder of two 6-year-old...

 
 By Corva Corvax    News    February 23, 2021

Man Charged in 40-Year-Old Cold Case of Stabbing Murder in El Monte

February 22 Los Angeles County Sheriff's detectives and attorneys in the Cold Case Unit discovered the murderer of a man killed at an El Monte motel in 1978. Anthony Davis, 61, was charged on Friday...

 

Some Criminals are More Equal Than Others, Says LA District Attorney Gascon: He Seeks Life Sentence for Murderer of Transients But Parole Possibility for Cop Killer

Los Angeles's new district attorney, George Gascon, announced yesterday that he is seeking a life sentence for Tracy Walker, 56, accused of murdering three transients between June 7, 2020 and...

 

Is LA County Gearing Up to Require Double Masking?

In their daily email to the public on Saturday, February 13, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health appeared to be moving toward a mandate of double masking. On February 3, Dr. Anthony...

 
 By Corva Corvax    News    February 21, 2021

It's Too Late Disney Fans: "Mandalorian" star Gina Carano Has a New and Better Gig with the Conservative Daily Wire

A Change.org petition of "Mandalorian" fans to reinstate actress Gina Carano to her role as Cara Dune reportedly has thousands of signatures. The actress was fired by Disney from her spot in the...

 
 By Corva Corvax    News    February 17, 2021

Doctors May Be Required to Assist in Suicides Under Proposed California Law SB 380

A bill introduced by Senator Eggman in the California State Legislature would significantly change the legal position of doctors regarding the state's 2015 assisted suicide legislation. Currently,...

 
 By Corva Corvax    News    February 15, 2021

3 New Groups to Receive Covid-19 Vaccines in California in Coming Weeks: Education and childcare workers, Food and Agriculture Workers, and Emergency Services Workers

California Governor Newsom announced the opening of a new group of workers who will be eligible to receive the Covid-19 vaccine. As part of Phase 1B Tier 1, education and childcare workers, food and...

 

Percent of Vaccines Going to African Americans and Latinos is Low and That is Freaking Out the County Health Department

February 10 - On Monday, the Los Angeles County Public Health Department released statistics regarding the demographics of those who have received the Covid-19 vaccine. Of all the doses given so far...

 

Recall George Gascon Campaign Prepared to File Papers on March 8, the Earliest Possible Moment, in Order to Oust "Reform-minded" Los Angeles County District Attorney

The Recall George Gascon Campaign is prepared to file a Notice of Intention and serve Los Angeles County's new district attorney with the papers on March 8. This is the earliest possible date, 90...

 

They Will Create Utopia by Failing to Prosecute Criminals: Los Angeles County District Attorney Gascon Swears in Reform-Minded Chief of Bureau of Investigations

February 1 - Today Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon gave the oath of office to Robert Arcos, who will serve as head of the Bureau of Investigation. The Bureau of Investigation...

 

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