‘Unemployed’ Protected From Employers 4

Katy Grimes: The state is trying to prevent employers from legally looking into the employment backgrounds of job applicants. A bill claiming to “protect” the unemployed from discrimination by potential employers is making its way through the Legislature. The government

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CalPERS Funding Might Be Only 40 Percent Funded 23

John Seiler: As we’ve been warning here on CalWatchDog.com for more than two years now, CalPERS’ funding is way too low. I’ve written before how CalPERS might only be funded at the 55 percent level. It turns out that even

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L.A. Times’ Annoying Gatekeeping 0

John Seiler: I subscribe to the Los Angeles Times’ Sunday edition. So I get access to their online edition without paying more. But it’s annoying. I have virus programs that reglarly get rid of the cookies that retain my log-on

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Lord Mockton Debunks Global ‘Warming’ 13

MARCH 22, 2012 By KATY GRIMES A visit to California from Lord Christopher Monckton, 3rd Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, promised to be full of his telltale wit, knowledge and controversy, as well as plenty of science. Lord Monckton did not

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Prop 28: The Latest Political Thriller 3

MAR. 21, 2012 By KATY GRIMES Proposition 28, the latest ballot initiative attempting to alter the 1990 term limits law, has all of the elements of a good political thriller: Deep Capitol insiders, elite bureaucrats, politicians and the political elite, a

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San Jose State Foundation Filed Fraudulent Tax Returns 1

MARCH 21, 2012 By JOHN HRABE A California State University foundation has filed fraudulent tax returns for three consecutive years, potentially jeopardizing the organization’s tax-exempt status, with the potential of criminal penalties for several university personnel, a CalWatchDog.com investigation has

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