Dozens of Trump supporters gathered to protest California’s sanctuary state law (SB 54) on the corner of 2nd Street and Pacific Coast Highway in Huntington Beach on Saturday, April 27. People holding Trump 2020 flags and wearing red Make America Great Again (MAGA) hats filled the street corner, chanting messages such as “Build the wall!” over megaphones.Read More
On Thursday, February 28, Hesham Jarmakani, vice-president of Santa Monica College’s Associated Students (AS), was working on his Columbia University application essays at his desk in the AS office when he received a message from a friend on Facebook: “You’re on Canary Mission.”Read More
Senator Bernie Sanders hosted his largest 2020 presidential rally thus far during his Los Angeles visit on Saturday, March 23, in downtown Los Angeles. There were approximately 15,000 people in attendance.
Public figures took the podium to address the crowd of thousands, such as singer Laura Jean Anderson, violinist Lili Haydn, rapper Tony “Tig” Wilson, Disney union organizer Artemis Bell,Read More
Construction along the border wall in Tijuana materialized after dozens of migrants made their way onto US soil between gaps and openings along the wall two days in a row, on Thursday, March 14 and Friday, March 15 in Playas de Tijuana, Mexico.
President Donald Trump sparked nationwide outrage when he declared a ‘National Emergency’ along the southern border. Many argue he knowingly exercised an unneeded executive order, by Trump saying, “I don’t need to do this,” before signing the documents making the order official, which would unlock funding to his long-promised border wall.Read More
Over five thousand migrants were sheltered at the Benito Juarez Sports Complex in the Zona Norte neighborhood of Tijuana, Mexico, until rain left the facility flooded. Less than a week later, the majority of the migrants were moved to a new shelter ten miles southeast of the previous one, yet some remain outside of Benito Juarez.Read More
Over a thousand Central American migrants have made their way to Tijuana, Mexico after an on-foot journey from Honduras. A caravan of over two thousand people left Honduras on October 13 to flee poverty and violence, according to CBS News. Their plan was to travel through Guatemala and Mexico to eventually reach the United States to seek asylum.Read More
The City of Malibu held a Malibu evacuee update meeting at Santa Monica High School’s Barnum Hall on the evening of Tuesday, November 12, in Santa Monica. This follows four days after the Woolsey Fire began destroying parts of Thousand Oaks, Calabasas, and Malibu, which led to over two-hundred and fifty thousand people having to evacuate their homesRead More
LA County Sheriff candidate Alex Villanueva came by the Corsair to talk about his campaign and opponent, current LA County Sheriff Jim McDonnell.Read More
The current political state of our country, and world, seems to constantly be erratically changing – and not for the better. All the power seems to be left in the hands of the orange man in the White House, or so it seems. The news is filled with atrocities and tragedies again and again, as if they will never end.Read More
As the storm season approaches the southland yet again, LA County's use of storm water is being taken into account, especially since Measure W could affect that outcome.Read More
After Donald Trump’s Hollywood Star was pickaxed again for the second time on July 25th, 2018, the two men who undertook this unique act of protest met for lunch and to talk activism in Beverly Hills.Read More