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‘Water Tax’ Debate Continues After California Budget Passage

‘Water Tax’ Debate Continues After California Budget Passage

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views When the budget was approved, you would think the issue of a tax on water was dead.  As we know that just meant the tax was to be put in a bill in the dead of night on the last day of session—so no one will […]

Are these the worst cities to live in? Study looks at quality of life across the U.S.–7 in California

Are these the worst cities to live in? Study looks at quality of life across the U.S.–7 in California

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Congratulations to California of the twenty-eight worst cities in the United States, seven (25%) are in the former Golden State.  Sacramento has done its job.  The Democrat Party has done its job.  Yet, the people are silent.  Guess they have no problem with crime, poverty and […]

The Problems with the Current California Education System and How to Solve Them

The Problems with the Current California Education System and How to Solve Them

    By C. Lee Sandvick Whether you know it or not – we are in a war over our education system! The progressive globalists own our education system and they are winning! Our students have been indoctrinated in this globalist agenda for 60+ years, slowly at first, then faster and faster when the globalists encountered […]

President Trump, Chairman Kim Jong-un, and Fatherhood! | Happy Father’s Day Everyone!

President Trump, Chairman Kim Jong-un, and Fatherhood! | Happy Father’s Day Everyone!

    By Deborah Baber Savalla Will President Trump’s historic meeting with North Korean dictator, Chairman Kim Jong-un really result in a nuclear-free Korea? All reasonable people in the world pray this negotiation’s outcome becomes a reality! My husband and I watched the historic arrival of each nation-leader in his respective vehicle. We were mesmerized […]

California considers taking custody of some street people

California considers taking custody of some street people

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views When Ronald Reagan was the Governor of California is begun the process of closing down the State hospital for the mentally ill.  Those folks had no place to go, other than the streets.  That was the start of the increase in prisoners with mental illness and […]

The On-going Saga of Migration to the West

The On-going Saga of Migration to the West

    By Sigrid Weidenweber It is now more than obvious that unwanted immigration or open-door migration brings with it, inherent in the concept, many toxic problems. German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s fractious government could be on the cusp of falling apart. At the heart of the problem—a criminal investigation into charges of corruption at Germany’s […]

Rob McCoy: “Remove Christ from the culture and it implodes” — A Day of Action at the State Capital

Rob McCoy: “Remove Christ from the culture and it implodes” — A Day of Action at the State Capital

    By Michael Hernandez (Editor’s Note:  The California Family Council is urging “A Day of Action” at the West steps of the State Capitol in Sacramento on Tuesday, June 12 starting at 9 a.m. with testimonies from 20 plus “once gay” individuals.  A meeting of pastors and  “concerned citizens” will be held at noon. […]

Michael Barone: California results suggest blue wave has crested and ebbed

Michael Barone: California results suggest blue wave has crested and ebbed

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Newt Gingrich believes the RED WAVE has begun for November.  Here in the Confederate State of California our candidates has three movements going for them. Strong support for repeal of the gas tax. Statewide, even Democrat opposition to SB 54 Support for charter schools and schools […]

Government Unions Run Sacramento

Government Unions Run Sacramento

    By Jon Coupal | Originally published in the California Policy Center June 6 marks the 40th anniversary of voters’ overwhelming approval of Proposition 13, which has been protecting all California taxpayers ever since. Some people mistakenly think Prop. 13 protects only homeowners, because it cut the property tax rate statewide to 1 percent and put a stop […]

Victory in Tehachapi! Council Unanimously Opposes SB 54, Files Amicus Brief

Victory in Tehachapi! Council Unanimously Opposes SB 54, Files Amicus Brief

    By Arthur Christopher Schaper At first, I wasn’t sure whether I wanted to go to Tehachapi, CA. The city is more than two hours away–without traffic–in Kern County. Besides, the city is one of the reddest in California, right? There’s no way that they city would not take a stand against SB 54, would […]

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