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6 Big Changes Coming To Public Schools And Politics Thanks To The Supreme Court’s Union Smashdown

6 Big Changes Coming To Public Schools And Politics Thanks To The Supreme Court’s Union Smashdown

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Freedom—Quality—Results—Education Geared to Individuals/NOT Special Interest The Janus decision has changed education for years to come.  Special interests will no longer decide what teachers can do in the classroom—that is now up to the parents and District.  No excuses for bad results.  Parents will have choices […]

California sees larger increase in homelessness than any other state since 2016

California sees larger increase in homelessness than any other state since 2016

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Jerry Brown crows about a $9 billion budget surplus, a $16 billion rainy day fund—but still approves a $60 million increased tax on cell phones.  We have the highest poverty rate in the nation—and with 12 million people, the highest number of people living in poverty […]

Lawmakers Reconcile On California Net Neutrality Measure

Lawmakers Reconcile On California Net Neutrality Measure

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views The Confederate State of California is going to have its own Internet policies.  Chaos?  You can not imagine the amount of chaos this will cause nationally—with California having one set of rules—and the rest of the country and world with another.  Expect lots of lawsuits—but also […]

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 […]

AB 2577:  California Public Employee Unions seek taxpayers funding

AB 2577:  California Public Employee Unions seek taxpayers funding

    By Stephen Frank and Larry Sand  (Editor’s Note: The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 Wednesday in favor of Mark Janus in his case v. the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees.) The 5-4 Supreme Court ruling against mandatory public union membership—requiring agency fees of non-members—means that large unions such as the California […]

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 […]

Richard Eber: Franklin Graham crusade not at all political

Richard Eber: Franklin Graham crusade not at all political

    Richard Eber, California Political News and Views,  6/6/18 Being a news hound of sorts, I eagerly attended the Decision America rally in Berkeley last week put on by Evangelistic Preacher Franklin Graham. It was said by political pundits that his tour of 10 California cities was intended to gin up support in the June 5th primary election […]

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 […]

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 […]

California Republican AND Democrat Parties Agree; NO on Prop. 70

California Republican AND Democrat Parties Agree; NO on Prop. 70

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Hell has frozen over—the California Republican party and the California Democrat Party are both opposed to Prop. 70—the scam created by the old and confused Guv Brown and GOP Assemblyman Chad Mayes to raise gas taxes by 72 cents a gallon—with a lot of the money […]

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