Category: Northern California

Blackout Fears Power Generator Sales

Californians are rushing to buy generators as worries of potential blackouts—triggered by heat waves and forest fires—linger. “The grid is getting worse and worse every year,” Elite Generators Co-owner Lupaenne Campos told The Epoch Times. “The infrastructure and the repair work are slow, so there’s a lot of averages going on now… Edison is shutting down power […]

Blackout Fears Power Generator Sales

Californians are rushing to buy generators as worries of potential blackouts—triggered by heat waves and forest fires—linger. “The grid is getting worse and worse every year,” Elite Generators Co-owner Lupaenne Campos told The Epoch Times. “The infrastructure and the repair work are slow, so there’s a lot of averages going on now… Edison is shutting down power […]

California Union Opposes Newsom’s Vaccine Order

California’s biggest public sector union has come out in opposition to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s order requiring state workers to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or undergo regular testing. Richard Louis Brown, president of SEIU Local 1000, which represents some 96,000 employees of the State of California, on Wednesday shared a letter from the union to the California […]

California Union Opposes Newsom’s Vaccine Order

California’s biggest public sector union has come out in opposition to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s order requiring state workers to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or undergo regular testing. Richard Louis Brown, president of SEIU Local 1000, which represents some 96,000 employees of the State of California, on Wednesday shared a letter from the union to the California […]

Students Will Pay the Price for University of California’s Financial Missteps

Commentary The Board of Regents of the University of California (UC) recently voted to raise the tuition of students every year for the next five years. So many of Orange County’s parents would love to see their children attend one of this system’s nine excellent campuses. Our community has been blessed in many ways by […]

Students Will Pay the Price for University of California’s Financial Missteps

Commentary The Board of Regents of the University of California (UC) recently voted to raise the tuition of students every year for the next five years. So many of Orange County’s parents would love to see their children attend one of this system’s nine excellent campuses. Our community has been blessed in many ways by […]

Students Will Pay the Price for University of California’s Financial Missteps

Commentary The Board of Regents of the University of California (UC) recently voted to raise the tuition of students every year for the next five years. So many of Orange County’s parents would love to see their children attend one of this system’s nine excellent campuses. Our community has been blessed in many ways by […]

Students Will Pay the Price for University of California’s Financial Missteps

Commentary The Board of Regents of the University of California (UC) recently voted to raise the tuition of students every year for the next five years. So many of Orange County’s parents would love to see their children attend one of this system’s nine excellent campuses. Our community has been blessed in many ways by […]

Tide Pools, Seascapes, and a Fairy-Tale Grove

If you long to escape your surroundings, enter another world, and observe strange little creatures, the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve in San Mateo County, California, can’t be beat. Recently, I proposed an early morning day trip to the tide pools, and to my joy, my teenagers consented to go along. You have to go when the […]

President of the Orange County Board of Education: CRT Is Marxism That Endangers the US

Many parents of all races are opposing critical race theory (CRT) across in the United States. Mari Barke, president of the Orange County Board of Education in California, thinks that anti-Americans use the Marxist CRT as a weapon to demonize those with different views, “that is the real danger in this country today.” Barke runs […]