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Prop. 31 should be an issue for left-wingers, too

October 3, 2012 By admin. Oct. 3, 2012 By Wayne Lusvardi Tom Elias’ Oct. 2 column in the Redding Record Searchlight newspaper inferred Proposition 31 is only being opposed by some right-wing crackpots. Actually, Prop. 31 is far from only a rightwing issue. It should be an left-wing issue as well. Perhaps the Occupy Movement will take it up. Prop. 31 is another slush fund for billionaires to play with the pub...

Bill injects mandatory vaccines into Calif. law

October 2, 2012 By admin. Oct. 2, 2012 By Katy Grimes California's kids receive more than 50 childhood vaccinations. However, not all parents agree with the aggressive vaccination schedule and opt out. But this option will no longer be a choice, now that a new state law has been passed. AB 2109 states that children will not be allowed to attend public school without proof that parents have been counseled, ...

It’s a tragedy! It’s a comedy! It’s Crazifornia!

October 2, 2012 By admin. Oct. 2, 2012 By Wayne Lusvardi In 2050, after California was hit with a 6.9 Richter scale earthquake on the Hayward Fault, the city of Vallejo didn’t suffer much because it already was a ghost town. California no longer had enough families to populate suburban Vallejo. The Sacramento Delta, however, nearly instantly became an inland saltwater sea.  Most of urban and agricultural Ca...

Crazifornia exodus: People fleeing dense cities, regulations

October 1, 2012 By admin. Oct. 1, 2012 By Laer Pearce In The Great California Exodus: A Closer Look, the Manhattan Institute has chronicled California’s fall from “the state with more jobs, more space, more sunlight, and more opportunity” to, well, the state with more sunlight. In documenting the 3.4 million people who left the state in recent years -- that’s just about enough to double the population ...
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