California
Jun 2018

Reasonable vs. necessary

“we’ll have to find a way to end this procedural war at some point, but now is not that time.”

Perhaps you never asked?

Sacramento County Votes To Cancel ICE Contract

Jazz Shaw Jun 10, 2018 8:01 PM

Throwing in the towel

Where did all the voters go?

California’s ballots are crowded too.

What’s a few billion dollars between undocumented friends?

Let the party rock on

May 2018

“… just the latest incident in a disturbing trend to slander conservatives.”

Please do tell us more about this magnificent plan

Spoiler alert: It’s not the illegal aliens

Ballots for all my friends!

Still not willing to deal with the underlying problem

Crossing the red Rubicon?

The sanctuary cities strike back

Jazz Shaw May 22, 2018 4:31 PM

Friend of the court, but perhaps not the nation

Lock her up? Not quite

The budget hole nobody wants to claim

Nice try

So much for that

Dreadful but necessary discussions

Show us the money

RESIST is falling into a rut

California, land of the mandatory solar panels

Jazz Shaw May 07, 2018 10:41 AM

So who is going to clean them?

Sticking it to the man. The little man, that is.

“Seeley admits he sometimes hears things…”

Apr 2018

“…unconscious men and women, and piles of vomit on either side of the hallways.”

“We have moved as a city from a position of compassion to enabling (unacceptable) street behavior…”

Fingers crossed!

Will they stay or will they go?

Get out while the getting is good

California denies report on border duties

Taylor Millard Apr 17, 2018 10:41 PM

Mixed signals.

“state authorities told federal officials that they would not participate in vehicle maintenance and the other jobs”

“No such funding plan exists.”

Repeal and don’t replace

Hurting the consumer? Fft…who cares?

Fodder for Sessions?

More “Trump busting” laws in the Golden State

And the chorus of internal opposition grows

The new evil in California: Single-family homes

Jazz Shaw Apr 03, 2018 8:31 PM

The horror… the horror…

Neither cops nor victims memorize Supreme Court precedent

Don’t be afraid of the bean