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What the Best Governors Look Like – And they aren’t in California

What the Best Governors Look Like – And they aren’t in California

  . . By Jon Coupal Suppose you pick up your typical California newspaper and see headlines like, “State Unemployment Far Below the National Average” and “State Running Healthy Surplus; Gov. to Return Money to Taxpayers.” You just might find yourself paraphrasing Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz, “Sutter Brown, I’ve got a feeling were […]

Congressman Tom McClintock: No reason for California’s drought crisis.

Congressman Tom McClintock: No reason for California’s drought crisis.

Congressman Tom McClintock brings some common sense to California’s drought crisis. There is no reason for the current drought problems. California needs more water storage and more dams. Instead Sacramento is considering the opposite – they want to remove dams and not build more storage.  Are we crazy? Add storage and the problems we face […]

We Will Not Be Silenced

We Will Not Be Silenced

  . .   Last night I met Bettina Viviana. She spoke at Hollywood Congress of Republicans. She is a Producer and Literary Agent and served as Vice President of Production at Amblin Entertainment. Bettina was apolitical. Before 2008, she had never voted or paid any attention to politics. She was fascinated with her work […]

Honoring Jamiel Shaw

Honoring Jamiel Shaw

. .. . By Michael Greer Many of you will remember the murder of a young black football player, Jamiel Shaw. He was shot and killed by an illegal alien who had just been released from jail instead of being deported. Jamiel was a good kid from a strong, intact, Christian family. They lived in […]

The cuddly old bear awakes from hibernation … to a terrible threat

The cuddly old bear awakes from hibernation … to a terrible threat

By Steve Bowers ______________________________ Steve Bowers was a farm boy. He went to college. He studied Art. Then he worked in construction. Then he went to Law School. Then he worked for various sissy law firms, drug which he did not like much.  He is a big guy and never liked kicking smaller people around. […]

Prop 13 saved by lawmakers’ misconduct?

Prop 13 saved by lawmakers’ misconduct?

  . . By Jon Coupal Because of the conviction of one member of the state Senate, and the indictment of a second, Proposition 13 — and taxpayers who rely on its protections — may have slipped the noose being prepared for it by majority Democrats in the Legislature. Senator Rod Wright, a Los Angeles […]

Hold on to your wallet, Sacramento wants more of your money

Hold on to your wallet, Sacramento wants more of your money

  . . . . . By Eric Eisenhammer I can only shake my head while typing this, but Sacramento just can’t help itself. It’s sad, but true.   Two years ago, Democrats manipulated voters into thinking that they needed to raise taxes on themselves by $7 billion annually.      Now the state has billions […]

It’s our First Amendment, Dummy

It’s our First Amendment, Dummy

  . . . By Michael Greer The minute this country stops believing our unalienable rights come from God not man–man WILL take them from us.  Pilgrims left their homeland, sailed across the ocean, and faced extreme hardships for religious freedom. They pledged their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor to protect their religious […]

Beware of “Local” Measures

Beware of “Local” Measures

  . . .   . By Thomas Adams At the last mid-terms in 2010, Ventura County had measure H, a ½ % parcel tax with the promise that ALL of the money would go to benefit local schools. It was discovered that all 58 counties in California had measures to benefit local schools. Hard […]

If it isn’t raining why do I need flood insurance?

If it isn’t raining why do I need flood insurance?

By Kate Neiswender A few days ago in the newspaper, advice there was a letter from a gentleman who complained that it wasn’t raining, thumb so he shouldn’t have to pay for flood insurance.  The lack of logic in this comment was somewhat appalling.  Using the same logic, patient because I don’t have a fire […]