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Assuring grid reliability in California — a view from Commissioner Randolph

Assuring grid reliability in California — a view from Commissioner Randolph

    By Liane M. Randolph The following is a viewpoint by Commissioner Liane M. Randolph of the California Public Utilities Commission. On Feb. 28, 2018, my fellow Commissioners and I received a letter from NRG California South, which operates 11 natural-gas fired power plants in the state. The letter stated that NRG intended to “shut down and […]

A California Budget That Reflects Plenty Of Dollars — But Less Sense

A California Budget That Reflects Plenty Of Dollars — But Less Sense

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views We have a $9 billion surplus, but taxes on cell phones are going up to finance a repair of the 9-1-1 system.  We have the money but the Democrats want to nickel and dime us to Texas—or poverty, whichever comes first. “At present, Democrats occupy 55 […]

Opinion | Remember The Parenting Challenges Of Military Personnel As You Celebrate July 4th

Opinion | Remember The Parenting Challenges Of Military Personnel As You Celebrate July 4th

Rob Holdsworth | Kentucky Legislative Liaison, Fathers’ Rights Movement As the summer rolls on to July, American thoughts traditionally turn toward celebration of our original 13 colonies’ Declaration of Independence from Great Britain in 1776. Historically, our country has observed the Fourth of July with patriotic displays praising our nation’s heritage, laws, history, society and […]

What we celebrate on 4th of July

What we celebrate on 4th of July

By George Miller   242 years ago Wednesday, our forefathers did an incredibly bold, brave and decisive thing.  They actually broke away from and took on the most powerful country on earth, violating many of its laws, including treason, to do so.  If you know American history, you would also know that this was not impetuous, sudden, rash or […]

Chancellor Merkel’s Saga Goes On

Chancellor Merkel’s Saga Goes On

    By Sigrid Weidenweber A few days past, the topic of my report were Ms. Merkel’s Mass Migration problems. As you recall her 100-day government is on the verge of imploding. There, in Germany, as here in the US, massive influx of foreigners is the problem. Europe cannot integrate the masses fleeing Africa and […]

Update: Joy Reid Issues Insufficient “Apology” for Defamation of California Trump Supporter

Update: Joy Reid Issues Insufficient “Apology” for Defamation of California Trump Supporter

    By Arthur Christopher Schaper Joy Ann Reid has embraced controversy, but has also faced fire for writing unkind blog posts, along with anti-Semitic and even homophobic remarks. In spite of all that, she still has a newscasting career at MSNBC. What’s going on? Over the past week, she issued a media frenzy against California Trump […]

Supreme Court Online Sales Tax Ruling Addresses Part of the Problem

Supreme Court Online Sales Tax Ruling Addresses Part of the Problem

  . By Dr. Kevin McNamee Sales tax is considered by economists to be one of the most equitable methods to raise revenue because it is based on consumer’s freedom of choice and is more transparent when compared to income tax rates.  In an effort to stimulate internet growth and online sales, Washington policy makers […]

Commentary | Bleeding Heart Liberals Need a Transfusion

Commentary | Bleeding Heart Liberals Need a Transfusion

    By Nancy Smeets-Tkachenko That’s what my husband used to call them. Hearts in the right place; heads, well, not so much. “Bleeding heart liberals, darling!” He and his family came here, legally, as refugees from WW11 without a dime in their pocket and only the funny looking un-American rain coats on their back. No […]

David Schmus: “Our teachers…are now free”

David Schmus: “Our teachers…are now free”

    Submitted by Christian Educators Association International (CEAI) (Editor’s Note:  Christian Educators Association International (CEAI) is a 65-year old association serving 8,000 Christian public school educators in 50 states by  protecting Christian educators in their profession:  members can purchase a two million dollar professional liability policy; and by equipping Christian educators “to transform their […]

Commentary | Year 2030 – The Ocean Food Chain Breaks

Commentary | Year 2030 – The Ocean Food Chain Breaks

    By Naomi Fisher Sea birds and fish are dying by the thousands because of getting wrapped up in plastic and suffocating, or their stomachs are so full of plastic their digestive system is blocked and they die of starvation. It has been proven that the whales washing up dying or dead on shore […]