Our show tonight definitely has a theme. We start off by talking about the Constitution since yesterday (9/17/17) was Constitution Day! Sean and Joshua wax political and shares his opinion on the Jemele Hill controversy and the First Amendment. And the Second Amendment. And Americans’ general illiteracy wen it comes to the constitution. We then dive into SB-54 — the Sanctuary State Bill — and all the nonsense and virtue signaling that has come from the California legislature since Trump was elected.
We’re back with a new episode, and we’re hitting all the top stories of the day. First, we give you our take on Trump and DACA, including his meeting with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer and what this might mean for the immigration debate. We briefly mention Ben Shapiro’s controversy laced speaking engagement up at Berkeley. We also delve into a bill which would raise the age someone could be paroled by the juvenile parole board. Then we move on to Anaheim’s declaration of emergency in response to the homelessness problem that’s been plaguing the city. Finally, we discuss Josh Newman and how he intends to respond to both gang violence and homelessness in our district.
In this episode we get back in the swing of things by discussing the latest recall updates in California’s 29th state senate district. It seems like everyone in power in California is throwing everything they can at this recall to try to derail it. We then get into a lengthy discussion about the rampant virtue signaling going on in California on the subject of identity politics and the problems those kinds of politics produce. Read More
In this episode we spend a good deal of time talking about solar power and the pros and cons of its use. Our guest Erik Wehn gives us some insider information about the electrical industry and public utilities. You can check out all the charts we discussed here. Then we get into the recall and Chad Mayes’ nonsense in Sacramento. Man, it’s getting crazy around here. Read More
California’s appellate court has come down with a surprise ruling on SB96. They’ve put a stay on the law pending further clarification from our own Secretary of State Alex Padilla. That means that it’s entirely plausible, and, indeed likely that, should the signatures be certified by Orange, Los Angeles, and San Bernardino Counties, we might see a recall election as early as the fall. That would be great news for those of us who are aching to oust Newman from his seat. Read More