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New Internet Tax Looting Scheme

May 5, 2011 By admin. MAY 5, 2011 By JOHN SEILER It just never stops. Never, never, never. The attacks on California taxpayers by the Looting Government Class (LGC) just keep coming. The latest: SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – With California deep in debt, a controversial plan has emerged that calls for private vendors to monitor what you buy on the Internet. The Board of Equalization (BOE) says it could raise a b...

Kings Wars Could Slam CA Taxpayers

May 4, 2011 By admin. MAY 4, 2011 By JOHN SEILER For now it looks like the Kings professional basketball team will keep dribbling in Sacramento. Just as the team seemed ready to decamp to Anaheim, Sacramento threw a three-pointer and kept the team. The controversy over the team's location highlights how professional sports in America is not a free-market enterprise. "It's never going to be a free market,"...

Will School Block Grants Replace Earmarks?

May 3, 2011 By admin. MAY 3, 2011 By WAYNE LUSVARDI In a February report, the Legislative Analyst's Office charged that “virtually every aspect of K-14 (public school) mandate finance system is broken.” The report was titled, "Education Mandates: Overhauling a Broken System." The LAO report emphatically stated that if a mandated service does not serve a fundamental purpose, “the mandate should be el...

Air Quality Bill Stinks Up Capitol Hearing

May 3, 2011 By admin. MAY 3, 2011 By KATY GRIMES Get ready for some really costly and restrictive environmental bills being passed through the Legislature with an anti-business-as-usual attitude, despite the foul economy in the state. Shooting out of the Senate Environmental Quality committee on a 5 to 1 vote on Monday was another global warming bill, SB 246. This one would require the state Air Resources B...
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