For those interested in politics, the end of the modern era of political parties in California can be dated to the November, 2010 election with the passage of Prop. 14. This is the initiative created and funded by Charles Munger Jr. to outlaw political parties from determining their nominees for partisan office. Instead the top […]
Read More and Comment: Charles Munger, Jr. (NOT GOP) to Decide 2018 Republican Candidate for Governor?
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There is an old joke comedians have told for generations. It goes like this, “My mother in law just drove over a cliff in my new Cadillac. I am not sure if I should be happy or sad.” Here we have an article about illegal aliens in the Central Valley crying about the lack of […]
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The City Council of Los Angeles thinks that because Gov Schwarzenegger, Governor Brown and the special interests promoting a $200 billion choo-choo train to nowhere, for nobody WITH NO FUNDS can spend $280 million in LA with no source of funds for a streetcar. So far Guv Brown has stolen cap and trade money for […]
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Should you do business with a bank that has knowingly violated criminal law and forced to pay BILLIONS in fines? If you knew a bank manipulated the value of foreign currency to make a profit, should this bank even be allowed to operate? The Board of Supervisors of Santa Cruz County have been asked by […]
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I have been involved in politics and public policy since 1960. At no time did a statement from a citizen at a hearing or during a city council meeting make any difference. Behind the scenes the lobbyists, special interests and key political supports of an officeholder have been heard. When THEY are heard nothing else, […]
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When our very confused Guv Brown has a choice between jobs/people and fish—he is so confused he chooses fish. When he has a choice between the laws and co tracts vs. fish—he picks fish. While California homes are losing value due to destroyed landscaping, while our jobs are moving to States that do have water […]
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Great news for Texas!! The California Supreme Court has just decided a case to assure that the cost of housing in California goes up for the middle class, forcing them into small housing, slum housing or to hire a U-Haul and go to Texas. “Like all investors (and real estate is an investment), home builders […]
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Texas does all it can to bring good paying jobs and families to its State. California using high taxes, bad regulations, promoting Third Word health care, giving precious water to fish bait instead of people, is doing all it can to assure poverty, a great lifestyle for the rich and that Texas, Florida and other […]
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The City of Los Angeles is running a massive deficit, has a big debt, tens of billions in unfunded pension liabilities, potholed streets, failed schools for our kids. This is a textbook case of how to kill off a once great city. But a councilmember was able to give $10,000 in “discretionary” funds (slush fund […]
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Thanks to the budget passed by Guv Brown and the Democrats, the State of California can force water companies to merge—against their will, without wanting to merge. A provision in the newest California budget could give the state the power to force mergers between small water providers and larger companies. A number of small central […]
Read More and Comment: Guv Brown/Democrat Budget: Could Force Water Companies to Merge—California No Longer a Free State
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