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Reform for California only a vote away

October 30, 2012 By Katy Grimes. Oct. 30, 2012 By Katy Grimes Anyone who still has the hope of reforming California knows that it must begin with the political system. Far too many politicians in California are so heavily influenced by big money that constituents seem to be nothing more than an afterthought and a group to pander to for political advertisements. For many years politicians have sought political contr...

Prop. 30: If it fails, then it holds teacher pay hostage, not kids

October 30, 2012 By admin. Oct. 30, 2012 By Chris Reed Proposition 30's fading poll prospects have led to redoubled efforts by Gov. Jerry Brown and his media allies to warn us how we will betray our schoolchildren if we don't raise sales taxes and increase income taxes on the wealthy on Nov. 6. Many editorial pages failed to point out the brutal blackmail represented by the Prop. 30 strategy of creating a $5 b...

Millionaire tax flight study full of hasty generalizations

October 30, 2012 By admin. Oct. 30, 2012 By Wayne Lusvardi When hosting TV game show "Family Feud,” the late host Richard Dawson made famous his line: “Survey says!” There's a new study out on how millionaires react to tax increases. What does the survey say? “Millionaire Migration in California: The Impact of Top Tax Rates” is by Charles Varner and Cristobal Young, both of the Stanford University ...

California: The Honey Boo Boo state

October 29, 2012 By admin. Oct. 29, 2012 By Laer Pearce If the latest polling from the Los Angeles Times/USC from October 15-21 holds true, California voters will pick Barack Obama over Mitt Romney by 14 points. Among the results of the bluest of the blue states, California’s vote will be, at best, mediocre. According to Real Clear Politics, New York is expected to go for Obama by 29 points, Massachusetts b...
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