Don't miss out, subscribe to our mailing list!

Breaking News

Prop. 31 would redistribute local tax dollars

September 20, 2012 By admin. Sept. 20, 2012 By Wayne Lusvardi On Wednesday at the Pacific Club in Newport Beach, I participated in a debate sponsored by the Orange County Lincoln Club on Proposition 31 on the Nov. 6 ballot. I took the "No" side. Prop. 31 is called “The Government Performance and Accountability Act.”  It would offer a number of government efficiency reforms in exchange for allowing the creati...

Yes, we can break public-employee pensions

September 20, 2012 By admin. First on a series on public pensions. Sept. 20, 2012 By Mark Cabaniss The politicians in charge of “doing something” about the ongoing California pension debacle like to play a little game. It goes like this:  They decry the high costs of pensions that have already been granted, pretend to want to do something to rein in future pension obligations, and then turn their hands up an...

Cal State illegally promotes Prop. 30 tax increase

September 20, 2012 By admin. Sept. 20, 2012 By Jennifer Kerns California State University backers of Proposition 30 are violating state law by sending out emails pushing the initiative on the Nov. 6 ballot. It would raise up to $8.5 billion a year, which supposedly would prevent education cuts. University officials also are pushing a "No" vote on the Proposition 32 initiative that would restrict campaign contrib...

37 Is the new 65: A field day for trial lawyers

37 Is the new 65: A field day for trial lawyers
September 19, 2012 By admin. Commentary Sept. 19, 2012 By Laer Pearce The warm, caring hands of government are poised to protect us once again.  Just like how California started protecting us in 1986 from chemicals it knew, in its wisdom, could cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm, it may soon be protecting us from those nasty genetically engineered foods. In 1986, it was Proposition 65, the ...
Page 241 of 499« First...102030...239240241242243...250260270...Last »

News Archive

Archive By Categories
  • Budget and Finance
  • Education
  • Health care
  • Infrastructure
  • Inside Government
  • Life in California
  • Politics and Elections
  • Regulations
  • Rights and Liberties
  • Waste, Fraud and Abuse