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JUNE 30, 2010
By JOHN SEILER
The dream of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and a majority of the California Legislature is to move California into a green future. Carbon-based fuels will be sharply reduced in favor of battery power, which will be recharged through renewable electricity generation, especially wind and solar power.
“The Gulf of Mexico oil spill is spurring California legislators and conflicting interest groups to settle past differences and adopt the nation’s toughest renewable energy law to reduce the state’s dependence on oil and serve as a model for other states,” reported Mark Lifsher in the Los Angeles Times.… Read moreRead More
JUNE 30, 2010
By ANTHONY PIGNATARO
In the race to pass Proposition 23, the effort to roll back California’s landmark and sweeping global warming regulations this November, some of the biggest decisions in the race are being made in a place called the Bently Reserve. Located at 301 Battery Street in San Francisco’s Financial District, Bently Reserve’s massive, stately three-story columns support a variety of meetings, conferences and social events.… Read moreRead More
Katy Grimes, Laura Sucheski: At the SEIU rally today, state employees made their voices heard and disappointment with the governor known.
Looking more like a carnival than protest rally, lovely white tents housed tables where SEIU members could send emails to legislators, pick up written propaganda materials to “Make Banks Pay,” call the governor, write the governor, or “Ask Nancy.”
Tents housing a kids’ space, as well as a place to make protest signs were next to the food tents, where hot dogs and pizza were served.… Read moreRead More
Katy Grimes: Say it isn’t so… some state employees abuse their public service jobs? I’m shocked.
The state Auditor Elaine Howle released another spate of reports on Tuesday that include some damning information.
Several state agencies were caught with employees abusing and stealing from the state. It turns out that management within the agencies knew of the abuse and misuse of taxpayer money.… Read moreRead More
Arnold’s beloved AB 32 is a jobs killer. Yet its imposition would have no effect on global warming, as top Arnold aide David Crane admits in the following video. That’s another reason to pass Prop. 23, which effectively would kill AB 32.Read More