The UFW’s Crisis of Overtime Credibility

You could not invent a higher level of irony and hypocrisy than what the United Farm Workers of America union (UFW) has put on display the past year. Currently the UFW has announced it is endorsing Richard Trujillo, over incumbent Democratic State Senator Connie Leyva for failing to vote for Assembly 1066, which forced overtime rules

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California Lawmakers seek to move the 2020 Presidential Primary to March

California lawmakers are trying to move the state’s presidential primary from June to March starting in 2020. State Senator Ricardo Lara (D-Bell Gardens) has authored Senate Bill 568 (SB 568), which would move the presidential primary to the third Tuesday of March. SB 568 would also give the governor the ability to move the presidential

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Voters Consider if Senator Feinstein running for Re-election in 2018 is the Best Move for California

Senator Dianne Feinstein is up for re-election next year and Berkeley IGS conducted a poll that asked what voters thought about Senator Feinstein running again in 2018. The Sacramento Bee states: Voters were narrowly split over whether Feinstein should run for re-election, with 52 percent saying no and 48 percent saying a 2018 run would

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Oprah & Disney’s Igor Looking to Run for President in 2020? Challenge to Trump

It appears as if Donald Trump’s presidency win has opened the door for more public figures to come out and express a willingness to run for President of the United States. Whether joking or being serious, Kanye West threw his name into the 2020 Presidential race last year and it seems as if he is

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$10 Million SuperPAC for Gavin Newsom – Governor of California Campaign

Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom is already looking past 2017 and into the 2018 California gubernatorial race. Newsom’s supporters have created a SuperPAC that hopes to raise about $10 million to ensure Newsom’s victory. Newsom’s SuperPAC is also significant because it marks the first major independent expenditure committee for the 2018 gubernatorial race. Newsom is being

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Democrats In Minority Status for Years To Come

Every 10 years, lawmakers (with the exception of a few states) get to draw legislative and congressional lines – the very lines that elect state and congressional lawmakers. As of today, Republicans control 69 of 99 state legislative chambers and controlling these bodies of government means they have the keys to controlling how congressional and

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Bill & Hillary Clinton Knives Come Out

The Daily Mail is reporting that days before election night, Bill and Hillary were screaming at each other over who to blame for her declining poll numbers. “’I was with Bill in Little Rock when he had this shouting match with Hillary on the phone and she accused Comey for reviving the investigation into her

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Hate In San Francisco Spreads to the Classroom

The Trump shock has taken a new twist that has not place in our classroom, San Francisco teachers are being offered a lesson plan for their students that calls “President-elect Donald Trump a racist, sexist man who became president ‘by pandering to a huge racist and sexist base.’” What is more “the union that represents

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Trump Having Dinner with Family Gets Media Upset

Alexandra Jaffe and Ali Vitali with NBC reported that on Tuesday, November 15, 2016, President-elect Donald Trump left his Manhattan residence to have dinner with his family at a steak house and did not inform the press where he was going. “Wife Melania, daughter Ivanka Trump, her husband Jared Kushner, sons Donald Jr. and Eric

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Go Vote!

Pick your state and find your polling place: http://www.nass.org/elections-voting/election-ready-2016/ There is no need for you to read anything here today, except: GO VOTE! And if you already voted, go call a friend or two and tell them to go vote.  

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