Silicon Valley is Star City 0

May 17, 2012 By John Seiler Why do young nerds angling to be the next Steve Jobs still flock to Silicon Valley? That’s where Mark Zuckerberg transplanted Facebook, which he started in his Harvard dorm room. Facebook’s IPO this week

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USA becoming North Korea East 11

May 17, 2012 By John Seiler Free countries let their people leave at will. Tyrannies don’t let people out without special permission. And if they let anyone leave, they first rob them. A good contrast is North Korea, a tyranny

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Swimming pool regs could kill summer fun 12

May 16, 2012 By Katy Grimes With cities all over the state closing community swimming pools because of budget cuts, a California lawmaker is pushing a bill requiring owners of public swimming pools to employ a “pool operator.” California politicians

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California slouches towards ban on foie gras 10

May 16, 2012 By Joseph Perkins Josiah Citrin, owner and chef at Melisse Santa Monica, hosted a special seven-course tasting last night at his Michelin award-winning restaurant. Each dish was prepared by celebrated chefs from around the state using foie

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Tossing in the conservative towel 6

May 14, 2012 By Katy Grimes Since yesterday was Mother’s Day and all about me, I’ve decided that I want to get up every morning and be happy. I realized that it was time to toss in the conservative towel

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Marin County joins Dark Side of Force 6

May 11, 2012 By Katy Grimes When you think of arugula, champagne and caviar, the Ritz Hotel and the Upper West Side, what often comes to mind is effete, out of touch elitists … limousine liberals who deem themselves the upper

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Disabilities Act lawsuit abuse divides activists 51

May 10, 2012 By Katy Grimes Lawsuit abuse is a growing problem in California, but none is more prevalent than disability access lawsuits and the financial damage they cause to California businesses. Several state lawmakers are trying to address the

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Despicable politics against Boy Scouts 23

May 8, 2012 By Katy Grimes The Boy Scouts of America are under attack again, and this time, at the state Capitol. The Boy Scouts have been under attack for many years by homosexual special interest groups–apparently being a volunteer “boy”

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Minor traffic violations hit ‘little people’ 15

May 9, 2012 By John Seiler Minor traffic fines are a part of life. They’re supposed to warn us not to do something again: park by a fire hydrant, park where the curb is the wrong color, park with an

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CA stands alone in ending global warming

May 7, 2012 By Katy Grimes I’ve always believed that everything is economic. It appears that this is true, even with climate change mandates. But even insolvency may not be an important enough reason for global warming apologists in California

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