GOP Assemblyman Marc Steinorth denounced his 2016 Democrat opponent as a supporter of cap and trade—including the 63 cents a gallon gas tax increase. Now, he has voted for it—so the district might have elected a real Democrat instead—at least she was honest about her position. His constituents decided to come to his Rancho Cucamonga […]
Read More and Comment: California GOP’s “Gang of 8” Who Voted for Cap and Trade Are Feeling the Heat
Will Sacramento cause the collapse of housing values? Should a Governor in Sacramento be able to demand and enforced laws for affordable housing, high density housing and be the last and only word in the creation of new housing? If so, why have a city council or allow people in Lompoc vote for a city […]
Read More and Comment: Colman: HOME SWEET HOME IN CALIFORNIA — BUT FOR HOW LONG?
In California, it is government, not the consumer that determines who is allowed to be in a profession and a chance at success. No, the consumer is told who they are allowed to use for services—based on a government license, not based on quality. This is also a way for those already licenses to keep […]
Read More and Comment: California’s new unions: the rise and wreckage of occupational licenses
Why is running a business in California so expensive? Why is the costs of goods and services so expensive in California? There are tens of thousands of attorneys in the State, but one Bay Area attorney has filed over 2,000 ADA lawsuits—costing hundreds of millions to business and families. It has cost the closing of […]
Read More and Comment: One Attorney Files 2,000 ADA Lawsuits!
The choo choo to now here is based on 20th Century technology, payoffs to unions and crony capitalists supporters of the Establishment and a total lie—they lied about ridership, routes and costs. This is no longer a government policy issue, it is a criminal act. Allow a vote by the voters and it will be […]
Read More and Comment: High-speed rail gets us stuck in traffic
Since the beginning of the auto industry it was the goal of every 16 year old to buy or own a car. Since Ford created the mass production of cars, families wanted to have at least one car. In California most families have two or more cars. But, like many industries, technology has disrupted the […]
Read More and Comment: Future of California Cars: Sharing Not Buying?
California is a joke. Confused Guv Brown and his legislative Democrat buddies continue to pass laws that are unneeded, irrational or not based on fact. The sycophant from San Jose, Assemblyman Ash Kalra, obviously not the brightest bulb in Sacramento authored a bill telling ICE they can not claim to be “police”. “Assemblyman Ash Kalra […]
Read More and Comment: New Law Barring ICE from Posing as Local Law Enforcement Is Just a Symbolic Gesture
Though Washington is in chaos, there is one certainty—the U.S. Senate filibusters, they ability of the minority to demand a 60 vote count before anything can be done, is over. If the GOP does not end it now, immediately, it is absolutely positive that in 2019—if the Democrats take the Senate, they will end the […]
Read More and Comment: Senate Filibuster Is At End—Now Or When Dems Take Senate
Los Angeles should be proud—it is one of the most poverty stricken regions in the nation, with high taxes, the worst roads, failed schools, high housing cost and loads of illegal aliens. The “good” news is that they created over 100,000 jobs—but were these good jobs or burger flipping jobs? With the coming end of […]
Read More and Comment: The Inland Empire: Second only to San Francisco in California job growth?
CalPERS, according to the Stanford Pension Institute run by former Democrat Assemblyman Joe Nation, claims has a $1.4 trillion unfunded liability. CalSTRS has an unfunded liability of over $200 billion—both have announced a 100% increase in mandatory contributions over the next five years—cities are already cutting public safety and other basic services—while government schools are […]
Read More and Comment: Sacramento Report: The Pension Wars Aren’t Over
In Case You Missed It:Ethically, Economically, Morally Bankrupt City of Los Angeles Considering City Owned Bank!! For Druggies!!!
Walters: Could complex cap-and-trade deal derail Jerry Brown’s bullet train?
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Large solar plant planned for Central Valley tomato farm
Data show charter school students graduating from college at three to five times national average