California is Tolerant, Especially when it comes to Failing Schools

According to Dan Walters of The Sacramento Bee, California tolerates a K-12 school system that’s failing to properly educate millions of poor minority students. Under Jerry Brown’s governance, per-pupil spending has increased 50 percent up to $11,000 for the first time with his new budget this year. Most of this increased money has been allocated

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A new Scandal has Occurred in the State Audit of the University of California

There is a new scandal involving the University of California and its state audit. The audit had revealed that there is $175 million in secret reserves in UC President Janet Napolitano’s office that was not disclosed to the public or the governing Board of Regents. The new scandal involves interference in the audit by the

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The Heavyweight Punch is one of the most Vicious Weapons in Sports

The heavyweight punch is the most powerful weapon in sports. Mike Tyson in his prime proved that when used correctly, the punch of a heavyweight can do some serious damage. But the knockout punch has a science behind it that is as magnificent as the terrifying damage it inflicts. The knockout punch needs to be

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World Health Organization Claims Mosquitoes are the World’s Deadliest Animal

Southern California insect expert are anticipating a large, region-wide, mosquito infestation because of this year’s heavy rains. The World Health Organization calls mosquitoes the world’s deadliest animal because of the diseases that they carry. According to the Orange County Register, Since 2014, these creatures have passed along the potentially deadly West Nile virus to 1,311

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The Daily Routine of Students that Cross the Border from Mexico to Study in the United States

There are many people that wake up each day during the weekdays that cross the border from Mexico to the United States and many of these people are students. One elementary school in Calexico, California has many students that live in Mexicali, Mexico, which is across the border, and have student visas to attend Calexico

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Poll finds that Californian’s may Actually Favor one of President Trump’s Planned Policies

The Public Policy Institute of California released a poll last week and it turns out that Californian’s may favor at least one of President Trump’s planned policies. The policy that Californian’s may favor is one of President Trump’s planned education reform policies and it is actually favored by over half of the people that were

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UC Davis Vending Machine Dispenses Morning-After Pill

UC Davis has installed its first “Wellness to Go” vending machine on campus in the Activities and Recreation Center. The vending machine dispenses health and wellness items such as tampons, allergy pills, aspirin, condoms, and various other items. The most controversial item that the vending machine dispenses is the morning-after pill, which is an emergency

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CSU System has Trouble Justifying some of their Hiring and Budgeting Actions

A new state audit that was recently released is claiming that the California State University system has unjustifiably hired more management personnel than is needed over the years and has been paying them raises more than needed. The Sacramento Bee reports: There were nearly 4,000 managers in the CSU system during the 2015-16 academic year,

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Latinos are Driving the New Mainstream Economy

The impact that Latinos have in the U.S. is often overlooked, which has happened all throughout the history of the United States. But some people like Sol Trujillo, a global executive and former CEO of telecom giants like Orange S.A. and Telstra, would argue that Latinos play a major role in the United States, especially

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John Leguizamo Opens up About his lack of Latino History Growing up

John Leguizamo did an interview with Vogue to promote his new one-man show, titled “Latin History for Morons.” In the show, Leguizamo discusses how Latinos should get credit for their contributions to the United States’ history. Even though he was treated differently growing up for being Latino, Leguizamo did not delve into his Latino heritage

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