What’s the Deal With Voter ID? 0

John Seiler: Personally, I don’t think there should be any mandatory government ID cards. Roads should be privatized, allowing the private owners to decide what ID, if any, is needed to use them. Minors buying booze should be determined by

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AB 1500 Would Kill More Calif. Businesses 0

MARCH 15, 2012 By KATY GRIMES The Assembly Speaker and fellow Democrats are aggressively pushing a dangerous business-killing bill, designed to penalize out-of-state businesses operating in California. Clearly, these legislators do not recognize the importance of all business contributions to

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Fake ‘War On Women’ Rages 1

Katy Grimes: Whatever happened to “I am woman, hear me roar?” The hit song from 1971 has been shoved to the back of the bus by angry liberal women, who are working overtime trying to convince American women that they

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Munger’s Tax Increase Doesn’t Add Up 20

MARCH 14, 2012 By WAYNE LUSVARDI Molly Munger’s proposed $10 billion school tax for the Nov. 2012 ballot had to be designed by a billionaire.  It’s hard to know whether Munger designed the ballot initiative for the “Make a Wish

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CA Politicians Gorging On Taxpayers 0

MAR. 13, 2012 Like a fat tick feasting on an unsuspecting dog, California government just grows and grows. While governments across the country are trimming budgets and tightening fiscal policies, California is doing exactly what Greece did and is borrowing

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Dem Legislators Urge Cal State to Disclose True Amount of Executive Compensation 4

MARCH 13, 2012 By JOHN HRABE In response to a CalWatchDog.com investigation series, two Democratic state legislators are calling on the California State University system “to come clean with a complete and detailed look at just how CSU executives are

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Cal State Lies About Receiving Transparency Award 3

MARCH 13, 2012 By JOHN HRABE Vox Veritas Vita — “Speak the truth as a way of life.” — Cal State University Motto From the Files of You Can’t Make This Stuff Up: A California government agency has lied about

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Four New California Cities Might Dissolve 16

Editor’s Note: Correction Below MARCH 13, 2012 By WAYNE LUSVARDI Newspapers across the United States have told of the financial plight of three cities in northern California facing possible bankruptcy: Stockton, Hercules and Lincoln. However, many may not be aware

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Eureka! California Revenue Plunges 22% 0

MARCH 13, 2012 By CHRISS STREET State Controller John Chaing continues to uphold the California Great Seal Motto of “Eureka” — I have found it.  But what Chaing is finding as controller is that California’s economy as measured by tax

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Girl Scout Oath Makes Some Bristle 3

Katy Grimes: On the 100th Anniversary of the Girl Scouts, the California Legislature honored the organization with a resolution today, by Assemblyman Bob Wieckowski, D-Fremont. The resolution notes “the Girl Scouts’ century-long commitment to building girls of courage, confidence and character who make

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