This is what I do not understand. A group of illegal aliens used their bodies to try to stop an ICE van from moving into the street. Why didn’t ICE, stop the van, ask for documentation of the law breakers—and the illegal aliens that were part of the move should be arrested, sent to detaining […]
Read More and Comment: Illegal Aliens Try to Break More Laws in Stopping ICE–Anybody Surprised?
California communities are pushing SoCal Edison and PG&E out of business via the so-called “Community Choice (Socialism)” effort to have government run and control utility companies, source of energy and prices. Once they become the long awaited monopoly, you will be like Europe and Asia—energy at government prices, hours without electricity each week. If you […]
Read More and Comment: Cal FARCE: Will State Put Cap on Housing Prices? Why Not
Thanks to GOP’er Chad Mayes and friends joining with Democrats, gas taxes are going to go up 72 cents a gallon (not a typo) with the money going to the most corrupt boondoggle in the history of the U.S.—the high speed choo choo to nowhere. Other monies in the gas tax increase, instead of going […]
Read More and Comment: SamTrans ridership dropping–as expected
The California recession, a recession in all parts of the State except the Silicon Valley. My home County of Ventura has already been declared a county in recession. Now a Modesto firm is closing down with 265 workers have directly lost their jobs and dozens of workers for vendors and repair people will also lose […]
Read More and Comment: Seneca Foods to Close its Modesto, California Facility–265 Jobs Lost
To many Ojai, in Ventura Count is a rich enclave that hates progress, Wal Mart or other “box” stores—either high priced small shops, not choice needed. To many in the rea the town of Ojai (o-hi) is known as NO-HI. They say no to everything. Like the silly City of Davis, No-Hi is now a […]
Read More and Comment: A Nuclear Free Ojai What’s the Fallout?
The future of California will be with rentals: California’s homeownership rate will remain stagnant for the next decade.By Stephen Frank on Feb 18, 2018 09:01 pm
The California dream used to be a home with a picket fence, a dog, spouse and a couple of kids. Today, thanks to Jerry Brown and his socialist buddies, that home is a small apartment, for $2500 or more a month, in an eight story complex—controlled by government. “Between 1991 and 2009 most building permits […]
Read More and Comment: The future of California will be with rentals: California’s homeownership rate will remain stagnant for the next decade.
San Fran loves high taxes and low apartment buildings. It also love illegal aliens, drugs and as much tolerance as Castro allowed in Cuba. Now the State of California is going to force the city to change its zoning laws, character and values. So San Fran is sounding like a Trump Republican, denouncing government interference! […]
Read More and Comment: San Fran LOVES Illegal Aliens—Hates Tall Apartment Buildings
In just one year the cost of housing in the Bay Area, not the value, just the cost, has gone up on average of 12%. That is great for the rich. Difficult for the young families and those wanting a piece of the pie in this section of California. How many can afford such prices? […]
Read More and Comment: Bay Area home prices shoot up 12% in January as inventory plunges
The State of California has not given Cal Berkeley enough money to stave off a tuition increase. But that has been brought into contention, since the Chancellor has found $800,000 to protect, defend and finance illegal aliens on campus. So, honest citizens have their tuition going up while law breakers get scholarships and legal support. […]
Read More and Comment: UC Berkeley allocating up to $800k for ‘undocumented’ students
I get upset with spending $1.95 for a cup of coffee at Starbucks—still think AM-PM or Dunkin Donuts coffee is the best, ever. Yet, thanks to farmers in Goleta, you can buy a cup of coffee for the “low” price of $18 a cup. A friend of mine, Guillermo Moreno in Fresno, had a coffee […]
Read More and Comment: Eureka! California-Grown Coffee Is Becoming The State’s Next Gold Mine –$18 a CUP!
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State Gas Tax Increase Gives $10.5 Million For New COASTER Trains
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