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San Diego Teachers Betray Local Students

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

Under the guise of the “This is not who we are. America is better than this” language spoken by our current president, no accommodation is too generous for Northern Triangle migrants.

To gauge how much taxpayers are required to tolerate while underwriting an endless stream of affirmative benefits offered to recently arrived migrant ...Read more

Texas Lawsuit Seeks to End Open Borders

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

While justified criticism about President Biden’s border fiasco rages on, an interesting and significant legal action has gone largely unnoticed.

Texan Brian Harrison, formerly President Trump’s Department of Health and Human Services chief of staff, and co-plaintiff Steven Pace filed a 20-page brief in an Amarillo federal court which ...Read more

Who’s in Charge: Harris, Rice or Biden?

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

As the border conditions worsen, concerned Americans wonder where and when the crisis will end.

If left unchecked, President Biden’s existing come-one, come-all policy will allow about 1.2 million illegal immigrants to settle in the U.S. within the first full year of his administration. The 1.2 million projected annual figure is based on ...Read more

Willfully Blind White House Ignores Border Chaos

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

The daily Southwest border updates are generating nationwide concern, except in Washington, D.C., where indifference reigns.

The latest Department of Homeland Security report showed that in February, more than 100,000 people were either apprehended by or surrendered to federal immigration officials on the U.S.-Mexico border. Those totals, a ...Read more

Honoring Baseball’s Hearing-Impaired Players

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

World Hearing Day is celebrated every March, with this year’s theme, “Hearing Care for All.” Down through Major League Baseball’s rich history, several deaf players have enriched the national pastime.

In his book “Deaf Players in Major League Baseball: A History 1883 to the Present,” R.A.R. Edwards explained how players’ ...Read more

Border Failures Grow U.S. Population

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

Among President Biden’s first day executive actions is one that promised to tackle climate change, a primary concern of Congress. Included as part of the Biden administration’s climate change objectives are rejoining the Paris Agreement and leading what the administration called a clean energy revolution that will, by 2035, achieve a carbon ...Read more

Spring Training and the True Story of the Grapefruit Nickname

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

Baseball fans got good news earlier this month - or at least as good can be expected during COVID-19.

Major League Baseball approved a plan to go forward with Spring Training, also known as the Grapefruit League. Fans, who may or may not be allowed to watch the games, think that the reference to grapefruits evolved from the Florida camps ...Read more

Biden’s Problematic Polling

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

Presidential honeymoons have remarkably different lengths. President Barack Obama’s honeymoon, at least with the press, began the day he announced his candidacy, February 10, 2007, and the blissful union continues today.

On the complete opposite end of the honeymoon spectrum is President Donald Trump, an impeachment target from before his ...Read more

Congress Dismisses U.S. Working Class Americans

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

Events on Capitol Hill and the Southwest border are unfolding at dizzying pace. The outcome of those developments will have long-lasting and irreversible effects.

At the center of the chaos is immigration, the tumultuous topic that has embroiled Congress since the Immigration Reform and Control Act that President Ronald Reagan signed into law...Read more

$15 Wage Hurts Vulnerable Workers

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

President Biden is going full speed ahead with his plan to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour. The Democrats’ latest approach to convert Biden’s campaign promise to more than double the existing minimum wage from $7.25, where it’s been since 2009, is to include the increase in the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package.

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$15 wage hurts vulnerable workers

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

President Biden is going full speed ahead with his plan to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour. The Democrats' latest approach to convert Biden's campaign promise to more than double the existing minimum wage from $7.25, where it's been since 2009, is to include the increase in the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package.

Republicans ...Read more

Put Pete Rose in Hall of Fame Now!

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

For the first time since 1960, no new player will be added to Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Fame. Based on the voting, Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, players associated with performance enhancing drugs, are stuck in place, and have diminishing chances of ever gaining admission.

But the Baseball Writers Association of America should reconsider ...Read more

Put Pete Rose in Hall of Fame now!

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

For the first time since 1960, no new player will be added to Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Fame. Based on the voting, Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, players associated with performance enhancing drugs, are stuck in place, and have diminishing chances of ever gaining admission.

But the Baseball Writers Association of America should reconsider ...Read more

Biden Amnesty Expands U.S. Labor Market

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

If there’s one thing that President Biden has made abundantly clear, it’s that he will grant an amnesty to an unknown number of illegal immigrants.

Not a single individual knows what the exact illegal immigrant population is, and that’s the first problem that the new Biden administration faces. Nevertheless, Biden has made immigration ...Read more

Biden amnesty expands U.S. labor market

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

If there's one thing that President Biden has made abundantly clear, it's that he will grant an amnesty to an unknown number of illegal immigrants.

Not a single individual knows what the exact illegal immigrant population is, and that's the first problem that the new Biden administration faces. Nevertheless, Biden has made immigration his chief...Read more

Once Again, Soulless MLB is Robbing its Fans

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

Soulless Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred is determined to squeeze the life out of the game’s minor leagues.

When the 2021 season begins, and no one knows when that might be since COVID-19 wiped out 2020, minor league baseball will be minus about 40 established franchises. Other leagues will be reclassified.

Designated for ...Read more

Once again, aoulless MLB is robbing its fans

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

Soulless Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred is determined to squeeze the life out of the game's minor leagues.

When the 2021 season begins, and no one knows when that might be since COVID-19 wiped out 2020, minor league baseball will be minus about 40 established franchises. Other leagues will be reclassified.

Designated for an ...Read more

Tight Asylum Rules Protect the Homeland

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

As President Trump’s White House days dwindle, he’s taking strong action to shore up measures that will make the asylum process more secure, and less fraudulent.

The Department of Homeland Security issued a new set of guidelines which will go into effect nine days before President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration and will ensure border ...Read more

Tight asylum rules protect the homeland

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

As President Trump's White House days dwindle, he's taking strong action to shore up measures that will make the asylum process more secure, and less fraudulent.

The Department of Homeland Security issued a new set of guidelines which will go into effect nine days before President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration and will ensure border crossers ...Read more

A Rose Bowl Memory

Politics, Moderate / Joe Guzzardi /

As a kid growing up in post-World War II Los Angeles, the Rose Bowl was the year’s single most anticipated event.

In sports, the Dodgers were still in Brooklyn, the Lakers in Minneapolis, and the Rams had only recently relocated from Cleveland. The thought that professional ice hockey might one day be played in sunny Southern California was...Read more

 

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