Category Archives: California Story

A Native Son Recounts His Tale…

February 14, 2021

How a California Inspector Uncovered the Multi-billion Dollar Unemployment Fraud | Jordan Boyd (Video)

California is facing a multi-billion-dollar fraud with even jail inmates receiving unemployment benefits.My guest today is Jordan Boyd. He is an Inspector with San Mateo County that discovered the fraud. Today he discusses how he uncovered the fraud among the inmates, the EDD response, and the ongoing investigation.

September 12, 2020

The Total Breakdown in Most Local California Governments

Lack of leadership at local level leads to chaos, anarchy, violence, destruction

California is a mess, still in COVID-19 lockdown, with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s boot on the necks of the state’s business owners and employees.

Businesses have been closed for 6 months, with far too many never to re-open. As if that is not enough damage to the state’s economy, Democrat Mayors of blue cities – Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento, Oakland, and many others, have done nothing to prevent riots, protests, destruction of downtown businesses, vandalism, violence and injuries, all in the name of “racial justice” and the movement to “Defund the Police.”

All of this chaos and lack of leadership is leading to a total breakdown in California’s cities.

Leaders like Mayors, Chiefs of Police, County Supervisors, City Councils and schools superintendents have kowtowed to mobs, and abdicated their actual responsibilities.

“Optics” are now more important than governing.


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August 30, 2020

Sunset in the Golden State – Philosopher Stefan Molyneux Unravels the Unraveling of California (Documentary)

My entire documentary series on California (“SUNSET IN THE GOLDEN STATE”) has been compiled into one powerful movie – 3.5 hours of deep history and philosophical examination. 

Click here to watch Sunset in the Golden State.

July 16, 2020

San Francisco reporter details ‘disaster’ of city’s ‘hotels for homeless’ program: ‘It is pandemonium’ (Video)

‘You are talking drug-fueled parties, overdoses, deaths’

Thousands of homeless people have been housed in San Francisco’s empty hotels in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus.

However, City Journal contributor Erica Sandberg told “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Wednesday the policy has been an “absolute disaster,”

“It’s solving exactly nothing and as a matter of fact, it’s making all the problems worse,” said Sandberg, who described the scene inside the hotels as “about as bad as you can imagine, only exponentially worse.”


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May 9, 2020


Los Angeles, CA. According to 33 year veteran gang specialist and retired L.A. Sheriff’s Sergeant Richard Valdemar, Mexican drug cartels have infiltrated city councils and political campaigns in many small cities in Los Angeles County. Full Disclosure NetworkT presents a FREE nine minute preview from Part 3 in a series of interviews with Valdemar covering the impact of the Mexican Mafia gangs, drug cartels and illegal aliens in American cities.

April 25, 2020

Victor Davis Hanson on Corona, California, and the Classical World (Video)

Victor Davis Hanson is both a classical scholar at the Hoover Institution and a farmer in the San Joaquin Valley of California. He’s also a defender of the President, (his book The Case For Trump spent weeks on the best seller lists in 2019), and a close observer of the scientific and medical communities. These disparate interests and fields of study give him very unique perspectives and insights on the current COVID-19 crisis. We discuss the current situation with him in great detail, including the difficulties encountered by farmers, by research scientists and doctors, why some areas of the country are affected more than others, his theories about when the virus actually appeared in the U.S. and finally, what plagues of the ancient world can teach us about how to best manage and get past the situation the entire world finds itself in.

October 14, 2019

PG&E’s Big Blackout Is Only the Beginning (Video)

California utilities are poised to continue shutting off power to limit liabilities and prevent further wildfire deaths.

PG&E Corp.’s decision to shut off power to more than two million Californians this week represents a new reality: It now plans to pull the plug as a desperation measure whenever its equipment threatens to spark destructive and potentially deadly wildfires.


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March 1, 2018

Study: California receives low ‘quality of life’ score

In this ranking, quality of life is defined by more than just the sunny skies.

Stop bragging about your beaches, mountains and culture, Californians. The latest study by U.S. News editors say all those amenities add up to nothing short of the worst “quality of life” in the United States.

The annual Best States ranking was part of a study that scored all 50 states across eight categories: health care, education, economy, opportunity, infrastructure, crime and corrections, fiscal stability, and quality of life.

More weight was given to scores in categories that, based on a survey, “mattered most to people.”

Due to that factor, health care and education were weighted the heaviest (16 percent), followed by state economies (14 percent), citizen opportunities (13 percent), and then infrastructure, crime and corrections, fiscal stability and quality of life. The data was derived from management consulting firm McKinsey & Company’s Leading States Index.

“This explains why Iowa, ranking No. 1 in infrastructure and No. 3 in health care, occupies the overall No. 1 spot in the Best States rankings,” as U.S. News writes. “And it explains why Minnesota, ranking No. 2 in quality of life and No. 3 in opportunity for its citizens, ranks No. 2 overall in the Best States rankings.”


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February 27, 2018

California students turn violent during anti-gun rally (Video)

California students arrested after throwing rocks and damaging vehicles during anti-gun walkout. KCRA’s Melinda Meza reports.

Angel Dad Demands DOJ Probe into Oakland Mayor’s ‘Obstruction’ of ICE Operation

The father of a man killed by an illegal immigrant is calling for the federal government to file obstruction of justice charges against the mayor of Oakland, California.

Mayor Libby Schaaf (D) sent out a memo and tweet on February 24, warning migrants that immigration officers were about to began an arrest operation. The memo also threatened California businesses who cooperate with federal immigration enforcement officers.

On Saturday, Oakland Mayor Schaaf sent out a memorandum warning immigrants about an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) operation set to begin in the Bay Area on Saturday, Breitbart News’ Katherine Rodriguez reported.

“Earlier today, I learned from multiple credible sources that the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is preparing to conduct an operation in the Bay Area, including Oakland, starting as soon as within the next 24 hours,” the mayor wrote. “As Mayor of Oakland, I am sharing this information publicly not to panic our residents but to protect them.”

The mayor also tweeted the message:


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