Tag Archive for NY Times

Never Mind the Tweets, Look at Devastation of EPA Under Trump

President Donald Trump’s vicious tweets attacking CNN and the MSNBC “Morning Joe” hosts are just a big distraction to efforts made by his administration and the Republicans in Congress to roll back years of positive legislation on a number of fronts — from banking protections and regulations to healthcare to the environment. Sunday’s New York…

NY Times Lauds Santa Ana for Sanctuary City Leadership

The New York Times showed the city of Santa Ana some love last weekend with this Op-Ed praising city leaders for their backbone on Sanctuary City Status and standing up to the Trump Administration on its immigration executive orders. From the story: Cities of immigrants, it’s time. Time to declare yourselves sanctuaries. To wear the…

Some Quick Hits Before the Weekend

In the City of Kindness, there will be some sort of protest at Anaheim City Hall over President Trump’s ramped up Immigration polices that have Immigrants all over the country afraid to send kids to school, seek medical attention or even go to the grocery store.  That’s scheduled for 7 PM tonight. On Sunday, there…

Backpage.com shuts down adult classified section 2 days before Human Trafficking Awareness Day

Meant to get to this earlier, but as State Ass. Travis Allen would tell you, January 11 was Human Trafficking Awareness Day and while he is busy insisting California Democrats legalized child prostitution, another story was brewing.  Backpage.com, which used to supply alt-weeklies like OC Weekly and LA Weekly with a steady revenue stream, shut…

DHS will Help States Make Sure Elections Can’t be Hacked

Last Sunday’s New York Times review section dismissed GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump’s contention that the election would be rigged if he didn’t win, but correctly noted results are subject to hackers. Voting machines, especially those connected to the Internet, fall under a category of products called the Internet of Things (IoT); if you have…