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Tag Archives: Los Angeles
I’ve said many times that liberals come up with such wonderful ideas, they have to force people to do them…. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Los Angeles hereby declares all Mondays as “Meatless … Continue reading
A picture is worth 1,000 words: Obama traffic jam Obama Warns Hollywood: ‘This Election Will Not Be As Sexy as the First One’ If causing more congestion to Los Angeles traffic saves one job, then I guess it was all … Continue reading
They decided to butt into the affairs of another state, flexed what little economic muscle their broke-ass city has, and now the pro-illegal citizenry whines about the actions brought upon by their big-mouths in Los Angeles… … the very ones … Continue reading
Many of you saw this was coming… Dear Mayor Villaraigosa, I was dismayed to learn that the Los Angeles City Council voted to boycott Arizona and Arizona-based companies — a vote you strongly supported — to show opposition to SB … Continue reading
That means there are a few liberals still alive today, if not for the actions of President Bush and his administration’s use of enhanced interrogations. The Central Intelligence Agency told CNSNews.com today that it stands by the assertion made in … Continue reading
This afternoon, I’m creating some elements for “The Best Of NMATV” pilot episodic. I’ll be back later today. That’s the happy stuff.
Los Angeles, January 6, 2009 in front of the Israeli Consulate. One group for Israel’s right to self defense, and the other supporting the Hamas terror organization and the destruction of Israel. Nice liberals, eh?
Ain’t this quite the turn of events… Wow!… I mean NOW.
With all the budget issues in California, why do politicians seemingly push businesses to Nevada? Companies that open large home-improvement stores in Los Angeles would have to set aside space for day laborers under an ordinance unanimously approved Tuesday by … Continue reading