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California’s Plan to Store Water Underground Could Risk Contamination

California’s Plan to Store Water Underground Could Risk Contamination

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Government is either mismanaged, incompetent or corrupt.  Sometimes by trying to be well intentioned, it harms us. “New research draws from a growing database of groundwater data to map the elemental metal chromium in wells across the state. Researchers included wells used by government agencies to monitor […]

Farm Workers Voted 5-1 to Leave Union

Farm Workers Voted 5-1 to Leave Union

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views It took five years and millions of dollars in legal fees for the workers at Garawan Farms to have their ballots counted—thanks to the corruption of the Jerry Brown Administration. “Employees at Fresno-based Gerawan Farming voted overwhelmingly to cut ties with the United Farm Workers union […]

Commentary | Woe the Democrats If Their Tactics Become Accepted Behavior

Commentary | Woe the Democrats If Their Tactics Become Accepted Behavior

    By Sigrid Weidenweber With utter disbelief I have been watching the three-ring-circus performing around the Kavanaugh confirmation. Few judges appointed to be confirmed have a record as sterling as his. However, the Democrats, unwilling to have a majority of judges who actually make law according to the constitution, could not allow him to […]

Governor Brown Endangers Public Health By Signing Street Vendor Legislation

Governor Brown Endangers Public Health By Signing Street Vendor Legislation

    Governor Brown signed into law Senator Ricardo Lara’s legislation, SB 946, Sidewalk Vendors. “It was a great disappointment when Governor Brown signed a bill to, essentially, legalize street vending on California public sidewalks,” Robin Hvidston, Executive Director of We The People Rising and CA State Coordinator for The Remembrance Project, said. “Members of […]

Commentary | Why You Must Vote Republican

Commentary | Why You Must Vote Republican

    by Gail DeMario On September 12th Juan Williams (on The Five) was arguing a point with Jesse Waters and said, “Diamond and Silk” are a Minstrel Show.  I watched Fox all day to see if there would be fallout. Nope.  Not a word.  Juan Williams was fired from NPR for saying he got […]

In Search of Public Employers Willing to Fight for Their Right to Free Speech

In Search of Public Employers Willing to Fight for Their Right to Free Speech

    By Edward Ring The recent Janus decision by the US Supreme Court gives public employees the right to quit union membership – or to never join a union in the first place. This sweeping ruling not only banned unions from requiring non-members to still pay so-called “agency fees,” but it required unions to […]

No participation trophies, please!

No participation trophies, please!

By Braeden Sorbo When I was 7, my dad signed me up for soccer. My team sucked. We were absolutely terrible and got last place out of every team. However, after the final game, we went to my coach’s car and he had a box full of trophies. He handed us each an award, declaring […]

Response to Armando Vazquez’s Diatribes Against Oxnard PD’s Gang Injunction Program | Rebuttal and Constructive Criticism

Response to Armando Vazquez’s Diatribes Against Oxnard PD’s Gang Injunction Program | Rebuttal and Constructive Criticism

    By Tim Bond   After all the editorials Armando Vasquez had published here on civil gang injunctions in Oxnard, he never seemed to provide a single example of tangible harm done to any person enjoined by the injunctions.   No case of false arrest, no description or names of falsely detained persons, and […]

California bullet train project on track to blow through billions of more dollars

California bullet train project on track to blow through billions of more dollars

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views The biggest boondoggle in America history, the California train to nowhere, is continuing its massive effort to bankrupt the State of California.  What started as a $38 billion project, is now going to cost $100 billion, per the NY Times.  In reality, if completed it will […]

Commentary | Who is the New York Times’ Anonymous?

Commentary | Who is the New York Times’ Anonymous?

Christopher C. Hull | Contributor Personnel is policy. President Trump has just learned this lesson yet again — the hard way.   In a New York Times op-ed, an anonymous senior Trump administration figure has outed him or herself as a Trump opponent.   For those of us watching the White House’s hiring process, this is painfully […]