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  1. 21 minutes ago on Michael Ramirez

    So your source is a pro-immigration lobbyist group, I’m impressed you found a source that is non=partisan and not bias…..

  2. about 2 hours ago on Michael Ramirez

    He was wrong

  3. about 5 hours ago on Michael Ramirez

    When 2 million poverty ridden immigrants/refugees are added to our population why would the rise in poverty rates come as a surprise?

  4. about 5 hours ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    He was going to eat the Hamsters!

  5. about 5 hours ago on John Deering

    He was a drug addicted serial burglar, strong arm robber, under California’s Three Strike Law he was sentenced to the max,. Because of his past criminal records, he was sentenced to 50 years in prison with no parole after this last burglary of K-Mart. Although this sentencing was disputed by Erwin Chemerinsky, who represented Andrade, as cruel and unusual punishment under the 8th Amendment, the Supreme Court ruled in support for the life sentencing.

    In 1994 Californians overwhelmingly voted to pass Prop 184 (it passed by a 74% margin) which required judges to sentence repeat offenders to the maximum. After passage in California, New York(NY had a "habitual criminal act dating back to the 1700s) N.C., Maryland, Alabama, Delaware and Texas quickly passed similar laws. The Supreme Court ruling that struck down andrade’s appeal was based on the precedence of past laws.There is also a federal “three strike” law, The 1994 crime bill, which Biden, as chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, largely wrote and shepherded through the legislative process. The Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 received bipartisan support at the time but has been criticized for some of its provisions, such as mandatory minimum sentencing, and its impact on mass incarceration. (When we looked at claims in 2016 from both sides on the law’s role in mass incarceration, we found the trend of increasing imprisonment began well before 1994, but experts told us the 1994 law exacerbated the issue.)

  6. about 6 hours ago on John Deering

    RIP Sandra,

  7. about 6 hours ago on Lisa Benson

    Newsome wouldn’t know truth if he sank in a big pile of it while walking the streets of San Francisco. For him to claim that crime is at an all time low in his state is an outright fabrication,It’s the same old shell game the DA’s in NYC tried in the 1970s,This is how it works, the DA’s drop all the charges, decline to pursue or prosecute cases, then you point to the low rates of prosecution and claim victory.Meanwhile the citizens are victimized by rampant crime.Stores are closing in every major Cal. city. According to census data between April 2020 and and July of 2022, 500K people left Calif. a half a million people said, enough of this insanity enough of this power grabbing dictator Newsome, we are out! I saw the light in 1984 and live is so much better living a free state

  8. about 6 hours ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    I had no idea it was illegal to use a “human powered hamster cage” to sail the ocean.

    Scratch that one off my bucket list…

  9. about 19 hours ago on Bob Gorrell

    I just cut and pasted an article from network news. I only added“From Politifact, not a very conservative website;’To state the source,And that re was being cynical. a smart aleck if you wish. Not the best behavior for a president no doubt. I didn’t write the rest

  10. 1 day ago on Steve Benson

    So I said the same thing you have, The cartoon wasn’t about Trump,I defend that stand and you don’t like it. In my line of work we called that passive aggressive.