Author: Charlotte Pence Bond

Q&A With GOP Colorado Senate Candidate Joe O’Dea

Joe O’Dea is running as a Republican in the Colorado Senate race against incumbent Democratic Senator Michael Bennet. O’Dea is a first-time politician and is the 30-year CEO of a Colorado construction company that employs 300 workers. This interview has been edited for clarity and length. Question: When you talk to Colorado voters, what are …

Abortion Landscape: Pregnancy Centers See Uptick In Calls Since Dobbs; Doctors Weigh In On Fetal Pain

Since the Supreme Court decided on the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case in June, effectively overturning Roe v. Wade, the landscape of abortion in the United States has shifted as pregnancy centers receive more calls and the conversation changes. States have moved to restrict abortion or increase access to the procedure. California’s Democratic Governor …

Trudeau Comes To The ‘Help’ Of American Women In Getting Them Access To Abortion

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wants to assist American women in accessing abortion. “In Canada, we support unequivocally women’s right to choose. It is a fundamental tenet of freedom,” Trudeau said. “[It] is a fundamental tenet of our society. We stand up for women’s rights.” “As we see in the United States attempts to roll …

California Announces Office Of Gun Violence Prevention

California’s Democratic Attorney General Rob Bonta announced the Office of Gun Violence Prevention (OGVP) on Wednesday, making California the first state to establish such a group. “This moment of crisis demands more than thoughts and prayers — we need action now,” Bonta said in a press release. “That is why as California Attorney General, I am doubling …

California Needed Natural Gas During Heat Wave

During California’s recent heat wave, the state intensely relied on natural gas to keep the lights on despite the state’s quick promotion of renewable energy sources. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), the state’s electric grid counted on natural gas for nearly half of its electricity production to reach peak demand levels. During …

Leo Terrell: Newsom Is ‘Bound To Lose’ In 2024

With the news that Democratic Governor of California Gavin Newsom might be vying to run for president in 2024 if President Joe Biden is not the candidate, some are not as thrilled about the idea as others. On Fox News’ “Fox and Friends,” contributor Leo Terrell claimed that Newsom is “bound to lose” if he …

The Commercial Real Estate Crash Coming To San Francisco

Since the early months of the pandemic, many residents have left San Francisco, California, and businesses have moved the bulk of their presence out of the downtown area, drastically impacting San Francisco’s commercial real estate. While many cities saw people move out during the pandemic, the timing for San Francisco is important, as right now, there …

California Legalizes Human Composting

California has legalized the use of human remains for composting. On Sunday, Democratic Governor of California Gavin Newsom signed AB-351, which will permit residents to select to have their remains composted after they die, beginning in 2027. Assemblymember Cristina Garcia, one of the bill’s architects and its author, implied she might go for the method …