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Perhaps no California story this year was overblown more than a report from United Van Lines that seemed to show a huge outflow of California residents — into places like Vermont, South Dakota, South Carolina and West Virginia.

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Some air travelers seemed to have lost their minds and manners for a while during the height of the COVID pandemic. From causing disruptions while in the air, to getting kicked off of flights to assaulting airline attendants, there was all types of bad behavior going on.

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Like it or not, the United States is a melting pot of culture — and that’s one of the things that makes this country so great. Unfortunately, when it comes to elected officials, not all cultures receive representation — but that is changing.

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Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, at a recent event with a liberal audience, praised Justice Clarence Thomas, her ideological adversary. Sotomayor said, “He is a man who cares deeply about the court as an institution.”

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A group of migrants, mainly originating from Venezuela, arrived at their new temporary home on Cape Cod, after an unexpected arrival, on Wednesday, on Martha’s Vineyard.

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Late last year, it wasn’t uncommon to go to a retail outlet to purchase something, only to find empty shelves. The lack of supplies was blamed on a back-up at the Port of Los Angeles.

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What is it about those on the Left of the political spectrum that they seem to not just live in perpetual fear of apocalypse and doom but they actually embrace it? It is their raison d’etre.

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We are so technologically advanced, that we can send messages to people thousands of miles away in mere seconds; we have access to a world of knowledge with a few computer keystrokes, cars can drive themselves and phones are mini computers that we carry in our pockets. 

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If you’re a gambling man or woman (and two of this fall’s seven California ballot propositions are about gaming), don’t bet the house against either November’s Prop. 26 or Prop. 27.

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Decades from now, Joe Biden’s errors may not be forgotten, whether they relate to Afghanistan, the border or inflation. But whatever Biden has gotten wrong, posterity will remember that he was right about one critical matter: the dangers to democracy that arose in our time.