Dems want national ID card

With all the protests swirling around Arizona’s immigration law, why aren’t there similar protests scheduled against a proposal by Democrats for a National ID card? Arizona’s law, whatever one things of it, at least is confined to Arizona. But a National

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Hagman wears union label 0

Assemblyman Curt Hagman, R-Chino Hills, is the latest “conservative” Republican who often does the union bidding. Hagman has championed two bills that would greatly expand the disability presumption for union workers. In AB2253, he promoted the idea that if firefighters or peace

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High speed rail slows down 0

APRIL 30, 2010 Is it possible that the push for high speed rail in California could be slowing down? Recent economic troubles notwithstanding, it seemed that everyone, from the lowly citizen to the lowlier legislator, wanted a fleet of high-speed

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Irresponsible boycott bandwagon 0

APRIL 30, 2010 The recent spate of political leaders in California calling for financial sanctions and boycotts of Arizona businesses, is irresponsible and demonstrates that none of them truly care about the people hurt along the way. I am not

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NFIB Holds Capitol Conference 0

The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) held the second annual Day At The Capitol event today. What might sound like a snoozer to many, of particular note on the speaking agenda were Assembly members Felipe Fuentes, D-Sylmar and Alyson

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Education waste: a textbook case 3

APRIL 29, 2010 By LLOYD BILLINGSLEY State Sen. Leland Yee, D-San Francisco, seeks to block California from adapting textbooks from Texas, currently revising its curriculum along what Yee and other critics view as right-wing lines. The senator has not submitted

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