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CA Analyst warns against budget spending spree

CA Analyst warns against budget spending spree

With California’s state budget in the best shape in years, malady Democratic legislators are eager to open the spending spigots. But they were cautioned at an Assembly Budget Committee hearing Jan. 15 that the good economic times could end as quickly as they began, plunging the budget back into the red. . Republished with permission […]

A Blank Message

A Blank Message

By Brynne Betz There she was, rocking slowly in the moonlight, her stockinged feet kneading the porch planks like she hadn’t ever done it before. But she had. Every night for sixty some-odd years. It was her ointment, she told me, a balm she used for soothin’ her soul. For soothin’ her soul? I smiled […]

Brown plan to eliminate retiree health care debt

Brown plan to eliminate retiree health care debt

The surrender to modern education: brainwashing

The surrender to modern education: brainwashing

    .   By Jon Rappoport “There is a movement to make children into social animals, but not just that. The objective is to make them good social animals, and better than good—the best and most wonderful, special, special, special social animals…and in the process, to cherish them, to profess great love for them—when […]

21 years ago—Northridge earthquake: photos and memories from that fateful day

21 years ago—Northridge earthquake: photos and memories from that fateful day

By Celeste Greig Monday, January 17, 1994 the San Fernando Valley, along with several other cities and nearby counties, woke up at 4:35 AM to a brutal, and as it proved, deadly 6.7 magnitude earthquake.  The epicenter was in Reseda, but most of the 59 people who died, and the majority of damaged buildings, hospitals, […]

Hoover Poll: CA wants growth, not green programs or rail

Hoover Poll: CA wants growth, not green programs or rail

By Wayne Lusvardi Gov. Jerry Brown just won a resounding re-election victory. But his new budget released last week for Fiscal Year 2015-16, which begins on July 1, is out of sync with Californians on some important issues, according to the Hoover Institution’s new Golden State Poll. It questioned people between Dec. 9 and Jan. 4. […]

GOP Net Neutrality Bill Could Preempt Internet Regulation

GOP Net Neutrality Bill Could Preempt Internet Regulation

Congressional Republicans introduced net neutrality legislation on Friday, viagra dosage hoping to derail efforts to regulate the Internet as a public utility. Net neutrality refers to the concept that internet service providers should not be allowed to either block legal content or prioritize certain types of content by charging fees for faster access speeds. Republished with permission–The […]

Sacramento aims to police the police

Sacramento aims to police the police

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SHOCKER: Scientists Wrong About Global Warming Impact On The Ocean

SHOCKER: Scientists Wrong About Global Warming Impact On The Ocean

Supreme Court refuses to hook Delta smelt case