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1970 - Lagasse family helps save Mentryville buildings as Newhall and Malibu brush fires erupt & join into worst fire in SoCal history. Twelve fires over 10 days burn 525,000 acres, kill 13 people and destroy approx. 1,500 structures. [story]
Clampitt fire


U.S. Senator Kamala D. Harris (D-Calif.) released the following statement Tuesday night in response to President Donald Trump’s remarks at the State of the Union:

“The American people are strong and resilient, but millions of them have deep concerns about the state of our union and the President’s speech did not reflect their reality.

“A year into this divisive presidency, special interests and the top 1 percent are being put at the front of the line while the vast majority of Americans are being left behind. Last year’s job creation was the lowest in seven years. For the first time since the Affordable Care Act took effect, the rate of Americans without health insurance has gone up. The stock market may be doing well, but that’s good for Wall Street not millions of hardworking Americans whose paychecks haven’t grown.

“And while I am always willing to work with my colleagues across the aisle, the President’s call for bipartisanship and unity rings hollow. You cannot reject bipartisan plans to improve health care and protect Dreamers or sow hate and division—and then turn around the next day and say you want to work together.

“If the President wants to protect Dreamers, invest in infrastructure, and create good-paying jobs, we can and should do that immediately. But to make real progress on the challenges we face, we need more than a speech. We need this President to work in good faith on behalf of all Americans.”

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25 Comments

  1. Seriously! you call this news? who gives a flying F–k what this racist cow has to say..

  2. Politicians from CA need to sit down and learn something. This state is so backwards its a joke.

  3. Lyn says:

    What exactly have you worked on with your colleagues across the aisle, we are so disappointed with your behavior, all that you do is resist, how about working for the people you supposedly represent, we need you to work in good faith for once

  4. Lyn O Lyn O'Kane says:

    Seriously, try working for the people you supposedly represent for a change,so disappointed in you

  5. She is the most air head senator there is…I question how she got to the level of US senator….just listen to her speak and her ‘reasoning’ ….lights are on but nobody is home….

  6. Tom Moore Tom Moore says:

    But Obama said she was hot!

  7. William Reel William Reel says:

    Democrats are for Lawlessness, they hate Capitalism and worship the Government. The Party Of Sheep. Same old Socialist Playbook.

  8. Where has she been this past year under a rock? Just keep spooning hate and how blind she chooses to be! What an absolute moron!

  9. She should be more worried about Jerry Brown then trump.

  10. I wonder if she even listened to it!

  11. Tony Follett Tony Follett says:

    Is she throwing up on us again

  12. Jocel Alcedo Jocel Alcedo says:

    Brainwashing loonies

  13. Karen Diggs Karen Diggs says:

    How can she respond?? She is as dumb as a rock.

  14. Mark Hutton says:

    So why can’t the Democratic get along with Republicans to fix the system WHY did you see them last night the looked pathetic

  15. Michael Born Michael Born says:

    Isn’t she busy outlawing plastic straws and funding shade balls? Smh

  16. Ana Saavedra Ana Saavedra says:

    How she was elected???

  17. Ken Hartzog Ken Hartzog says:

    It looks like Kamala has been infected with the same disease as Jerry Brown, everything they seem to say is opposite of the truth. They need to look in the mirror to see who is really at fault for all the disfunction.

  18. Malcolm Dann Malcolm Dann says:

    Could she be any more wrong? What an idiot. Blinded by hate and socialist group think.

  19. This is just another of the liberals trying their best to convince the American people that what president Trump connived in his amazing SOTU speech was a Fantasy. In reality 75% of Americans including liberals found it very uplifting and hopeful!

  20. KJ Slo KJ Slo says:

    Trump 2020!🇺🇸

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