Democrats in the Legislature Chicken Out of Climate Debate With Lord Monckton 36

MAR. 12, 2012 By KATY GRIMES Despite the obvious shift in the climate change and global warming debate, Democratic politicians are trying to hold fast and furious onto the notion that man is causing potentially disastrous global warming through carbon

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Legislators Flunk Cal State ‘Fuzzy Math’ 17

MARCH 12, 2012 By JOHN HRABE Senate Republican leader Bob Huff flunked Cal State University’s “fuzzy math” and is calling for “substantial changes at the institution.” His action followed CalWatchDog.com‘s investigation into the system’s false and misleading information about the total

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Feinstein Waves White Flag in Water War 15

MARCH 12, 2012 By WAYNE LUSVARDI In California’s historical water wars force and fraud typically prevail during battle. The consent of the governed only emerges when there is a necessity for peace and compromise. On March 9. U.S. Senator Dianne

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Trust This Bunch With Your Pension? 3

March 12, 2012 Serious people know that California faces a serious financial problem because oversized compensation packages for the state’s public employees are consuming every public dollar in sight and imposing a long-term debt on future taxpayers. Unfortunately, one won’t

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New Legislation Impacts ‘Unborn’ 6

Katy Grimes: California’s liberal politicians have been raging publibly for the last several weeks because the head of the Department of Fish and Game legally killed a cougar while on a hunting trip in Idaho. They are outraged and have demanded

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SD GOP Snubs Pro-Union Candidate 0

Steven Greenhut: The San Diego Republican Party gave its support for mayor to Carl DeMaio, the pension-reforming, no-nonsense conservative, over two other candidates including Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher, who is closely allied with the police unions and amassed the most liberal

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Govt. Feeding Schoolkids ‘Soylent Pink’

John Seiler: Our colleague Dave Roberts today reported on how the California Legislature might ban food trucks within 1,500 feet of schools. The trucks are selling stuff kids like — burritos and burgers — instead of the tastless slop First

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