Calvin Porter

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Climate Change: Are we Really Paying Attention?

Last week in Davos, Switzerland, representatives of countries from all over the world congregated at the World Economic

How Good is the US Economy Performing

Electing President of the United States and the leaders of our government entrusted with the security, health and welfare of the population

US Influence around the World

As we begin a new-year, and in view of all the events taking place in the U. S., such as the controversy over immigration

I Resolve for the New Year . . . . .

At year's end, most of us recognize our character flaws, blunders, extra pounds, unhealthy habits, excessive indebtedness, propensity towards bullying

People Coming Together to Make a Difference for those in Need

During the course of a given year, there are always groups of generous individuals providing support to those in need.

Breaking

California’s Black legislators make case for reparations bills while launching statewide tour

Several members of California’s Legislative Black Caucus launched a statewide tour in San Diego Saturday to promote a slate of 14 reparations bills

Shiny monolith removed from mountains outside Las Vegas. How it got there still is a mystery

A strange monolith found jutting out of the rocks in a remote mountain range near Las Vegas has been taken down by authorities.

Deadly illegal fireworks continue to haunt the Inland Empire

After a home exploded because of illegal fireworks three years ago, recent busts in the Inland Empire show that the problem isn’t going away. 

High court blocks anti-tax measure from California ballot

The California Supreme Court sided with Gov. Gavin Newsom and Democratic leaders in the Legislature on the constitutionality of a sweeping anti-tax measure, ruling today that it cannot go before voters in November.