Battle Lines The state’s top cop issued a warning to California employers Thursday that businesses face legal repercussions, including fines up to $10,000, if they assist federal immigration authorities with a potential widespread immigration crackdown. “It’s important, given these rumors that are out there, to let people know – more specifically today, employers – that if … Continue reading Battle Lines

Remember the Alamitos

I delayed this post in order to document the fallout. Los Alamitos might try to opt out of California’s new sanctuary law. The City Council in Orange County’s second-smallest city is scheduled to vote Monday, March 19 on an ordinance that calls for exempting itself from the California Values Act, SB54, a new law that limits … Continue reading Remember the Alamitos

Shining The Light

In a post on climate change activism, Fabius Maximus asks an age-old question: "When will activists learn?" My answer: the activists already know they're wrong. They're outright lying about climate change. They lie because it justifies what they want to accomplish, generally totalitarian government control of society. When this lie stops working, they'll invent … Continue reading Shining The Light

Manifested Destiny

White people made a mistake. When we saw other races adopting our principles of individualism, self-determination and free speech, we thought we were uplifting them. That they were embracing an obviously, objectively better way to live than the politics of greed and Us vs Them and licking Massa's boot heel. What was actually happening: they … Continue reading Manifested Destiny