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Tomi Lahren: It’s time for personal responsibility, accountability, and justice to mean something again

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A new proposal banning expulsions for school disobedience is a step closer to becoming law in California.

Why is it those who make it harder for others to live, learn and succeed are constantly rewarded or given a pass in this state?

It’s time for First Thoughts.

CALIFORNIA OKS NEW SEX-ED GUIDELINES FOR TEACHERS DESPITE OBJECTIONS FROM PARENTS, PROTESTERS

Students from 4th through 8th grade who “disrupt school activities or otherwise willfully defy the valid authority of supervisors, teachers, administrators, or school officials,” will likely be shielded from expulsion thanks to SB 419, which passed the state assembly in August.

If it becomes law, it will also apply to charter schools.

Democratic (of course) State Sen. Nancy Skinner of Berkeley sponsored the bill, saying, “The elimination of suspension for disruption/defiance will result in an overall reduction in suspensions and an increase in positive outcomes for students and the communities in which they live.”

Assembly analysis of the bill also referenced a 2018 Government Accountability Office study, which said, “black students, boys, and students with disabilities were disproportionately disciplined in K-12 schools. They found this was the case regardless of the type of disciplinary action, poverty at the school level, or type of public school the students attended.”

Listen, I don’t think expulsion is necessarily the best way to punish students who act out, misbehave or otherwise cause a problem in the classroom. Simply casting them out doesn’t solve the problems that likely stem from the student’s household, upbringing or other factors.

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My issue is that this state is going out of its way, on every level, to coddle those who make it harder for others to live, work, and learn. There is no discipline, anymore, anywhere.

This isn’t just a school issue either, but it may start there. If we don’t punish young people for misbehaving, breaking the rules, or even breaking the law, all we are doing is enabling and encouraging the behavior. No consequence, no lesson, no changed behavior.

Who does that benefit? Not the kids, not the teachers, and certainly not the other students just trying to do their best and learn in what should be a safe and structured learning environment.

I don’t think expulsion is necessarily the best way to punish students who act out, misbehave or otherwise cause a problem in the classroom. Simply casting them out doesn’t solve the problems that likely stem from the student’s household, upbringing or other factors.

Where is the sympathy for those kids? Those families? They are the ones who suffer and have their educational environment compromised.

Start showing kids their poor choices and bad actions don’t come with serious consequences and they will continue to act out. What starts as misbehaving or disobeying in the classroom can become breaking the law and endangering the community later in life.

Then what? Well, then California’s felon-friendly laws — including AB 109, SB 180 and Props 47 and 57 — kick in, and we have what we see on the streets today: addicts, felons, thieves, drug dealers and even sex offenders. Our state’s leaders are more concerned with touting the lowered prison population and handing out second, third, and 15th chances than they are about protecting and serving law-abiding residents who are just trying to work hard and make a living.

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Then our Democratic-voting residents wonder why we have all these problems. Hello! You can’t decriminalize, rename and deflect the mess away. It’s still here and it’s getting worse.

It’s time for personal responsibility, accountability, and justice to mean something again. Giving passes doesn’t benefit anyone, especially the young people you are enabling. Tough love wins in the end.

Those are my First Thoughts. From Los Angeles, God bless and take care.

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Tomi Lahren: California creates homeless encampments on wheels

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Why try to solve the homeless crisis in California when you can just provide “safe spaces” for vehicle living, right?

Welcome to the Golden State, where nothing, absolutely nothing, makes sense.

It’s time for First Thoughts.

SAN FRANCISCO PLANS TO RESERVE PARKING LOT FOR HOMELESS LIVING OUT OF VEHICLES: REPORTS

Oh California, such a beautiful state. Too bad it’s been ravaged by illegal immigration, taxes, Democrats who love those taxes, and homelessness.

But here in the Golden State, our leaders don’t solve problems. They just sweep them under the rug, or in this case, into a parking lot that was supposed to be reserved for San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency employees, but will now be a “safe space” for people living in their vehicles.

Isn’t that lovely? Two brilliant San Francisco lawmakers proposed transforming a parking lot near the Balboa Park public transportation station into an oasis for homeless people to live in cars and RVs.

The “Safe Overnight Parking” proposal amended the police code to allow people to “habitate” in their vehicles overnight without police interference. It passed the San Francisco board unanimously. No shock there.

They plan to call it a “Vehicle Navigation Triage Center.”

Um, no. Let’s call it what it is: a homeless encampment on wheels!

But it’s not just San Francisco — otherwise known as the homeless encampment by the bay — that has embraced this new homeless Adventureland. Oakland, San Diego, Santa Barbara – and of course, Los Angeles – already have similar programs.

Yes, our whole state is a mess. Does anyone think there may be a reason police have traditionally cracked down on vehicle habitation in parking lots? Perhaps because it is a danger to society!

This encampment on wheels in San Francisco allows for up to 30 vehicles in a parking lot, reportedly intended for state agency employees! Do you think those employees feel safe walking to their own vehicles at night in the midst of a vehicle park for the homeless? I think the hell NOT!

As I’ve told you literally hundreds of times before, California’s felon-friendly laws have contributed to this homeless epidemic. Thanks to state legislators, our homeless population largely includes ex-cons who would and should be behind bars, but are instead on our streets and now, happily parked in vehicular encampments!

Sounds safe, huh? But how does a state with a budget surplus of over $20 BILLION still have a homeless epidemic? That’s a good question. Maybe we should ask our governor and former mayor of San Francisco, Greasy Gavin Newsom!

Recent point-in-time surveys show nearly 10,000 San Franciscans are homeless, and that likely doesn’t include those living in their cars. Welcome to Hotel California!

That’s modest compared to right here in Los Angeles. Countywide, our city of angels boasts approximately 50,000 homeless people and counting, according to the latest count by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority.

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The state of California set aside $650 million for the homeless problem and still can’t solve the problem! Instead of focusing on it, our leaders have spent their time, actually, taxpayer-funded time, passing budgets to provide illegal immigrants with health care benefits.

Folks, you might not live in California, but consider this. Your city or state might be one Democratic vote away from your own homeless encampment on wheels.

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Tomi Lahren: Biloxi police killing shows the ‘war on cops’ is real

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An officer murdered in cold blood in a parking lot. The war on cops is real, and it’s sick and it’s underreported.

Not on my watch. It’s time for my “Final Thoughts.”

Law enforcement is the only profession that puts on a badge every single day knowing there is a chance they won’t return home to their families that night.

SUSPECT WHO ALLEGEDLY KILLED MISSISSIPPI POLICE OFFICER CAPTURED, POLICE SAY

And guess what folks, it’s happening at an alarming rate.

You all probably saw hundreds of photos of indulgent celebrities prancing around in next-to-nothing for the Met Gala this week, or you watched the stupid “Bachelorette” special, but I’d be willing to bet few of you saw this story.

Officer Robert McKeithen, a 24-year veteran of Mississippi’s Biloxi Police Department, was ambushed and shot to death in the department’s parking lot just after 10:00 p.m. on Sunday.

The suspect, identified as 19-year-old Darian Tawan Atkinson shot the officer multiple times before he fled.

“He did a great job. The animal who did this is still on the run and we are going to do everything in our power to bring him to justice for Robert and his family, for the men and women of the Biloxi Police Department and for the city of Biloxi,” said Biloxi Police Chief John Miller.

Today we are one step closer to justice.

As the suspect was captured late in the evening, he was seen smiling as police escorted him into headquarters. He will be charged with capital murder.

But enough about that monster. He doesn’t deserve our time.

Instead let’s talk about a real man, Officer Robert McKeithen. A truly great human being.

He, along with four other officers, received the Medal of Valor for saving four children with special needs.

Not one riot, one march, or one protest has taken place in support of our officers. Not one trendy social media hashtag. And few, if any, celebrity mentions or thank yous to the men and women who died serving their communities. 

He was also an Air Force vet and planned to retire from the department at the end of the year.

He leaves behind a wife, daughter, two stepsons, and a stepdaughter.

Officer McKeithen treated everyone with respect and dignity — unlike the animal that murdered him in cold blood for no freakin’ reason.

Yet, you likely won’t see Darian Tawan Atkinson’s face plastered all over the agenda-driven mainstream media, smirking after he murdered an officer.

Sadly, you’ll even have those who proudly applaud his cop-killing actions.

This Biloxi officer was targeted in the parking lot outside of police headquarters — at his workplace — and murdered. Think the war on cops isn’t real? It is.

In just the first 18 weeks of this year, 16 officers have been shot to death in the line of duty.

But not one riot, one march, or one protest has taken place in support of our officers. Not one trendy social media hashtag. And few, if any, celebrity mentions or thank yous to the men and women who died serving their communities.

That needs to change.

And to that monster Darian who took this officer’s life, justice will be served. To those who helped him, justice will find you too.

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You tried to run but you couldn’t hide.

Those are my Final Thoughts. From L.A., God bless and take care.

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Tomi Lahren: The one thing that ticks me off more than ANYTHING

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A monster in the body of a woman dropped a plastic bag of puppies into a dumpster and it gets worse — those weren’t the only dogs she mistreated.

Yes, I have some “First Thoughts.”

Can we all agree there’s a special place in hell for people who abuse animals?

WOMAN ARRESTED AFTER 7 PUPPIES DUMPED IN PLASTIC BAG IN CALIFORNIA, SHELTER SAYS

If there’s one thing that ticks me off more than anthem kneelers, more than illegal immigrants, more than gun control, more than ANYTHING else — it’s people who mistreat, abuse, and torture animals.

People like Deborah Sue Culwell.

She was arrested last week after being caught on this surveillance video dumping a bag of seven puppies into a dumpster in Coachella, California.

How could anyone do that? How could anyone be so disgusting as to put little innocent puppies into a bag and ditch them in a dumpster? Words cannot express how infuriated this makes me.

If there’s one issue Republicans, Democrats, white, black, brown, male and females, young and old should be able to get behind is strengthening the laws against animal cruelty and making the punishment fit the sick crime. 

But it gets worse. When the Department of Animal Services in Riverside County, California went to arrest the woman for dumping the dogs, they found her home “overrun with other dogs.”

According to the county press release, they found 38 dogs at her residence and although most appeared to be in “somewhat healthy condition, some were aggressive or fearful.” It was also noted the “house was in a state of disrepair.”

The woman, Deborah Culwell, has been arrested and charged with seven felony counts of animal cruelty, and seven misdemeanor counts of abandoning the puppies.

Sadly, if convicted here in the felon-friendly state of California, she won’t do much time, a maximum of seven years behind bars.

The puppies were only three days old when she dumped them. What would possess something to do something so evil?

Thank goodness for John, described by Animal Services a “the Good Samaritan” who found the dogs and saved them. Sadly, one of the puppies rescued did not make it.

The good news is the woman was caught on the surveillance tape and now she won’t be doing this crap again, we hope.

If there’s one issue Republicans, Democrats, white, black, brown, male and females, young and old should be able to get behind is strengthening the laws against animal cruelty and making the punishment fit the sick crime.

Thank goodness the remaining puppies are safe with a foster family.

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Please, if any of you ever see something like this- animal abuse, cruelty or neglect- please alert the authorities. You’re not being nosy, you’re being a decent human being and you’re doing the right thing.

Those are my “First Thoughts.” From L.A., God bless and take care.

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Tomi Lahren: California is the Golden State of Homelessness and climate change activists just don’t get it

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Here’s a headline for you: California climate change activists superglue themselves to the globe at Universal Studios.

You know I have some thoughts on this.

The headline is true. On Earth Day, members of a radical climate change rebellion group managed to scale the iconic globe at Universal Studios in Hollywood and apparently superglued themselves to the structure.

Why? For attention, duh.

CLIMATE CHANGE PROTESTERS BRING LONDON TO A HALT; DEMONSTRATOR GLUES HIMSELF TO SUBWAY TRAIN

The group, Extinction Rebellion LA, sent a list of demands to NBC, urging the network to take action on the climate crisis with the following proposals:

1.That NBC/Universal declares that we are indeed in a Climate and Ecological Emergency — that the extinction of the natural world is happening, that we are facing the collapse of civilization.

2. That NBC/Universal will tell the whole truth about our climate and ecological emergency, including the failure of the U.S. government to respond with appropriate action/preparedness planning until now.

3.That NBC reject all advertising from fossil fuel corporations, agrees to be zero-carbon by 2025, and publish a public, annual eco-audit of all NBC/Universal operations, including summary of key ecological and carbon data.

4. That NBC ONLY permit think-tank spokespersons or lobbyists on the air to discuss the climate and ecological emergency whose funding is made fully transparent to viewers in each and every case.

Did Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez set this stunt up? It sure sounds like it.

Maybe instead of supergluing themselves to Hollywood infrastructure, these tree-huggers could use that time to clean up the trash and filth created by this state’s drug and homeless epidemic. That would be a productive use of time.

If they care so much about conservation and the environment, why don’t they superglue themselves to Governor Gavin Newsome’s door and demand that HE do something about the thousands of needles littering the streets of San Francisco? Or what about the human feces?

It’s not just in San Fran. The problem plagues the entirety of our state from San Francisco to San Diego and everywhere in between.

These climate change groups also conveniently ignore the many third-world style encampments and tent cities scattered throughout our Golden State of Homelessness.

Heck, at the end of last year the Sacramento City Council approved a resolution to dole out $400,000 to hire employees solely for the purpose of cleaning up homeless encampments in California’s capital.

In fact, according to Caltrans — the California Department of Transportation — the growing amounts of trash along our freeways can be partly attributed to the homeless encampments.

You think?!

Those are the same encampments that Democrats and climate change warriors in this state — and across the nation — conveniently ignore.

So maybe instead of supergluing themselves to Hollywood infrastructure, these tree-huggers could use that time to clean up the trash and filth created by this state’s drug and homeless epidemic. That would be a productive use of time.

But wait, that kind of effort doesn’t get headlines and attention, which is really all these activists are after, right?

They couldn’t care less about the actual environment. They just pull stunts to grandstand and validate their self-importance.

So before they lecture NBC/Universal, or any of us for that matter, on the climate change apocalypse, perhaps they should adopt a highway, adopt some common sense, and adopt a true understanding of what the hell they’re talking about.

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I better not see a single one of these protesters arriving or departing from their “activism” in vehicles!

If we are truly facing impending extinction due to global warming, do your part and walk your self-righteous behinds to your protests.

God bless and get a clue.

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Tomi Lahren to DHS: Warrior needed

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Kirstjen Nielsen is out and though I liked her, this is not a snag in the plan, this is an OPPORTUNITY to get someone in that spot who will fight like hell for our border security.

Let’s go. The time is now and you know I have some “Final Thoughts.”

NIELSEN RESIGNS AS DHS SECRETARY AFTER WHITE HOUSE MEETING WITH TRUMP

Yes, over the weekend we lost DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen to a resignation.

Now the left is pretty excited. Every time President Trump changes up the team, they take it, and market it to low-information anti-Trump viewers, as a sign of weakness and instability.

Well sorry to burst your illegal immigrant coddling bubbles, but that’s NOT the case here.

Our president, heck our whole country, needs someone who is ready to go to battle.

Yeah, it’s sad we have to battle OUR OWN citizens — the Democrats and RINOs — to enforce our immigration laws but here we are.

Our border is being invaded, and the enemy within is sadly about as excited as the enemy without.

We are facing a crisis that even Obama-era lackeys can recognize. Heck, even Bernie Sanders sees it:

“I’m afraid you may be getting your information wrong. That’s not my view, what we need is comprehensive immigration reform. If you open the borders, my God, there’s a lot of poverty in this world, and you’re going to have people from all over the world. And I don’t think that’s something that we can do at this point. Can’t do it. So that is not my position.”

When Sanders becomes the unlikely voice of reason — yes we are in a crisis.

Four thousand apprehensions a DAY? One hundred thousand in a month? We already have 11-22 million illegals in this country.

How many more can we take?

Better question, why are we allowing LEGAL immigrants to be disrespected and cut in line like this? It’s disgraceful.

Do it the RIGHT way, it takes several years and thousands of dollars.

Do it the ILLEGAL way and it’s come on in and we will roll out the red carpet for you.

What we are seeing at our border is an invasion, so why are we treating it like an open house?

We need someone in charge of DHS that’s ready to fight the cartel, but also the PC police.

Kirstjen did a pretty good job and dealt with a lot of crap. Like being forced out of a Mexican restaurant for doing her job and enforcing immigration law.

Now that she has resigned, look at what these rags are saying about her. So wrong. Maybe she couldn’t take it. Maybe she didn’t want to. Either way, let’s move on.

Now I really like the acting DHS Secretary U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan. I’ve met him and think he’s a fearless warrior for the cause. I also think CBP still needs his leadership.

So who do I want? Well, I think the PERFECT pick is former ICE Director and personal friend of mine, Tom Homan.

I sat down with Tom just a few months ago to talk about this illegal immigration crisis.

He knows political correctness is intellectual dishonesty and he is not afraid of the liberal media mob. Not even for a second.

He’s faced cartel, murderers, rapists and repeat felons. Think he’s scared of CNN or Washington Post? Think again.

We need a leader like Tom Homan who will do what is right, not what is popular.

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President Trump, I think he is your guy but those are just my “Final Thoughts.” From LA, God bless and take care.

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