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New energy taxes could bring $6 gas

April 22nd, 2013 By admin. April 22, 2013 By Warren Duffy Is gas at more than $4 a gallon in California high enough? Not if David Lipton gets his way. The former member of the Clinton administation now is the deputy director of the International Monetary Fund. He recently urged, “It is time for subsidies to end and carbon taxation to be put in place.” Ending subsidies taken from taxpayers is one thing. But...

CA Democrat Party Convention: Exclusive access to Friday’s VIP reception

April 15th, 2013 By admin. April 15, 2013 By John Hrabe California Democrats kicked off their annual state party convention on Friday night with dinners, parties and hospitality suites to celebrate last November’s historic victories. Riding President Obama’s coattails, California Democrats added six freshmen to the state’s congressional delegation and temporarily gained the first supermajority of both hous...

FPPC shuns investigation of CA legislators’ Cuba trip

April 9th, 2013 By admin. April 9, 2013 By John Hrabe and Katy Grimes After Friday’s report on CalWatchdog.com that at least two state legislators traveled to Cuba with a powerful Sacramento lobbyist, you’d think the state’s political watchdog might be launching a formal investigation. After all, the trip was hosted by the same lobbyist that reached a $500,000 settlement in 2010 with then-New York Att...

Salmon eating farmers along San Joaquin River

April 1st, 2013 By admin. April 1, 2103  By Wayne Lusvardi As with the fish eating Jonah in the Bible story, salmon now are eating California farmers. The San Joaquin River is California’s longest river, running 366 miles from the Sierra Nevadas through the Central Valley, then flowing out into San Francisco Bay. According a recent green account by environmentalists recited in the Los Angeles Times, the Sa...
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