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San Diego Calls on State to Help Fund Migrant Shelters

San Diego Calls on State to Help Fund Migrant Shelters

. By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views San Diego County has decided to become a magnet for illegal aliens..  It doesn’t want to spend its own taxpayers money—they want folks in Chico and Eureka to finance making life easier for illegal aliens in this Sanctuary State. “In a bipartisan effort, San Diego County’s mostly […]

California: A Failed State?

California: A Failed State?

  By Richard Colman, California Political News and Views   The famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, once said, “America was tilted, and everything loose was sliding into Southern California.”  If Mr. Wright were alive today, he presumably would be taking about all of California.  What Mr. Wright might also be saying is that California is on the verge […]

Hispanic Unemployment Lowest on Record–Trump Policies Work!

Hispanic Unemployment Lowest on Record–Trump Policies Work!

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views What counts the most?  Tweets or policy results.  By far, the fact that Hispanic unemployment is at historic lows should be front page, every day.  The Trump economic policies, tax cuts, regulation roll backs, less government interference,  it all adds up to jobs.  While the political […]

University of California chancellors break with faculty, condemn boycotts of Israel

University of California chancellors break with faculty, condemn boycotts of Israel

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Is this good news—the Chancellors of the UC system are opposed to killing off the State of Israel.  Or is it bad news that professors, the folks in the classroom each day teaching, hate Israel and freedom, while loving terrorists. “In a historic first for the […]

Wiener: State will never reach Newsom’s housing goals without taking power from cities

Wiener: State will never reach Newsom’s housing goals without taking power from cities

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views At least the Democrats in Sacramento are honest.  They do not believe in local government or the rights of the people to decide how they want to live.  There is a difference between Clovis and San Fran.  But, if San Fran State Senator Weiner and former […]

The Case For Making The GOP A Working-Class Party

The Case For Making The GOP A Working-Class Party

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views What does the Republican Party stand for?  Quality education, by giving parents choice in the venue used to educate their children.  We believe in public safety—both domestically and internationally.  Finally, we believe in limited government to give us freedom and lower taxes—to give us economic freedom.  […]

Sacramento Bee: Kamala Harris Thinks Californians Are Dumb

Sacramento Bee: Kamala Harris Thinks Californians Are Dumb

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views The story is simple.  Kamala Harris, as the California Attorney General had a long time sexual harasser on staff in a top position.  She worked with him on a daily basis.  Now that person moved to D.C. and is a very top staffer to Harris as […]

Wild Fires, Land Use, and Politics in California

Wild Fires, Land Use, and Politics in California

  By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views  The “Left Coast”, as it is known, has always prided itself for being different from the rest of the other 49 states.  It has brought us beatniks, free speech, The Summer of Love, legalizing weed and LGBT rights. Along with these social freedoms, it has also come […]

‘Competence’ of Jerry Brown? California Agency Took Nine Years to Create Fire Map

‘Competence’ of Jerry Brown? California Agency Took Nine Years to Create Fire Map

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Not only has it taken a California agency nine years and counting, to create a “Fire Map”, but last year when presented with a bill to push the process, Jerry Brown VETOED the bill.  He is the cause of the intensity of the fire—refusing to clear […]

GOP Volunteers Makes the Republican Party in California Possible

GOP Volunteers Makes the Republican Party in California Possible

    By Stephen Frank, Editorial, California Political News and Views, The first thing we ask a candidate for office is how much money can they raise?  The second question is who is your consultant/strategist?  If they cannot raise the money or do not have a quality consultant, you might rightly surmise that they are […]

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