Bee's Glaring Op Ed Omission 0

Katy Grimes:  Martha Penry, “a special education teacher’s assistant in the Twin Rivers school district” wrote an op ed in today’s Sacramento Bee, defending the escalating and unsustainable spending on California’s public employee pensions, and even blamed “Wall Street greed” for the

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ABCs Of Pot Legalization Plan 0

Steven Greenhut: Here’s the latest on the marijuana legalization initiative from one of its sponsors, Steve Kubby: Enclosed below is the latest version of our initiative with translations from legalese to words we can all understand. This amended version of

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Govt. Pension Crisis Gets Worse 0

John Seiler: An excellent article in today’s Contra Costa Times by columnist Daniel Borenstein reports that the state’s government pension crisis is even worse than we thought: IF THERE’S any hope of resolving the California public-employee pension dilemma, it must

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Group Misuses Veterans on Memorial Day 3

MAY 30, 2011 By WAYNE LUSVARDI California has now reached the place where satire is no longer possible. Irish priest Jonathan Swift’s 1959 satire, “A Modest Proposal,” suggested that the problem of overpopulation in Ireland be solved by feeding Irish

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Govt. Worker Suicide Was Cokehead 0

John Seiler: Remember the government worker, Huy Pham, who jumped from a government building in Costa Mesa after he was laid off? Pro-government unions and politicians still are blaming his death on the mean City Council of Costa Mesa that

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CA GOP Should Divorce Arnold 0

John Seiler: Ex-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s wife, Maria, is divorcing him. California Republicans should do the same. For years, Arnold courted, then seduced Republicans. He used his superstar movie persona to trick them into trusting them. He cooed in their ears the

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Walters Wrong: Arnold DID Wreck Budget 4

MAY 30, 2011 By JOHN SEILER Dan Walters is the dean of California columnists. But sometimes he gets one wrong. In the wake of ex-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s personal problems, attacks have increased on Arnold’s performance as governor, especially on the

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