With such an unstable and inconsistent commander-in-chief, it’s even more important for Congress to reassert its constitutional authority to declare war, and for Republican leaders to find their backbone.
Cancer patient Angela Moreno provides shampoo-blow-dry services for others in treatment; Clovis Community Medical Center plans five-story expansion; mail thieves know it’s tax season so take in your mail every day; prisoners grow gardens and skills thanks to volunteers.
No dying Californian has to leave home in order to have assisted suicide as an option. Discussion about expanding the six-month timeline to 12 months has already begun in Sacramento, since often ALS and Alzheimer’s patients cannot qualify.
Erdogan should be pushed to reopen peace negotiations with the Kurds. If he continues on his present, reckless path, a rupture in the alliance is inevitable, sooner or later. Syria’s Kurds should not be sacrificed to prevent it.
Congress fixed a major flaw in federal funding that took money away from crucial wildfire prevention programs. Pacific Gas & Electric announced last week that it will turn off the electricity during extreme fire conditions such as high winds.
California’s political leaders on Tuesday, March 27, 2018, criticized the addition of a question on citizenship to the 2020 Census. It would lead to an undercount of the state’s population and cost it federal funding and possibly a seat in Congress.
Instead of inspecting border wall prototypes and raising money in Beverly Hills, it would be far better to see more of a state that drives much of the U.S. economy and meet some diverse and dynamic Californians who are leading the way into America’s future.