Deceptive Agency To Punish Deception 0

NOV. 29, 2010

By LAER PEARCE

On Wednesday a California state agency with a well-earned reputation for deception will hold a public workshop that may well set a new standard for governmental hypocrisy in California – and that’s really saying something.

The hearing is the spawn of the California Air Resources Board (CARB), which has proposed a regulation prohibiting false statements. … Read more

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CA Freebies Enrich Low-Wage Workers 6

NOV. 29, 2010

By WAYNE LUSVARDI

Contrary to half-truths by both liberals who believe the minimum wage is a poverty wage or conservatives who believe it creates more unemployment and sends jobs overseas, at least in California minimum wage is a ticket to enjoying more disposable income than the median wage earning family — not through the mandated boost in wages, but because the minimum wage opens the door to myriad welfare programs paid for by tax dollars.  … Read more

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Why Our State Voted Way It Did 0

Anthony Pignataro:

Wanna understand the 2010 midterm elections? Washington, DC-based Project Vote released a new report today to help explain all the hilarity, both national and state-by-state. According to the 26-page report, written largely by Dr. Lorraine C. Minnite, three reasons largely accounted for the huge Republican gains across much of the nation: Seniors came out “in force,” mionrities and youth stayed home and a lot of women moved to the Republican Party.… Read more

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Sacto Seeks Riverfront Properties 0

Katy Grimes: More and more, we seem to be desensitized to the rights of individuals, versus the wants of many. Horrible examples of this are taking place everyday with the private property rights of individuals getting trampled on by local governments.

And now, the City of Sacramento is pursuing a push for better public access along the Sacramento River, despite the ownership of the property by homeowners.… Read more

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