Kotkin: Businesses, jobs exiting California

Commentary April 23, 2012 By John Seiler A couple of weeks ago Peter Douglas died. For 25 years he was the head of the California Coastal Commission. In an article, I pointed out that he was an elitist who was

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Chino Hills in the news again 27

April 23, 2012 By Katy Grimes Following up the many stories I’ve done on the Southern California Edison Tehachapi Transmission Renewable Energy Project is a very important bill in the Utilities and Commerce committee today. AB 2235 by Assemblyman Curt

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Police shouldn’t act like invaders 0

April 23, 2012 By Steven Greenhut SACRAMENTO — A Sacramento area family is mourning the death of their mentally disabled son, who was shot to death by a sheriff’s deputy after the family had called the sheriff’s department for help

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‘Will work for shoes’ 18

April 22, 2012 By Katy Grimes State employee discounts are getting ridiculous. Despite the fact that California state and local government employees are among the highest-paid in the country according the latest U.S. Census Bureau, they receive all kinds of crazy discounts. I

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Politicians are the one-percent 0

April 20, 2012 By Katy Grimes The Sacramento Bee is shilling today for “sustainable communities,” another way to describe global warming. “The Sacramento Area Council of Governments board on Thursday approved what’s called a “Sustainable Communities Strategy,” what the Bee refers to

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Calif. unemployment jumps to 11% 7

April 20, 2012 By John Seiler California’s economy continues to stagnate. According to new numbers, state unemployment rose from 10.9 percent in March to 11 percent in April. Yet Gov. Jerry Brown, the powerful government-worker unions, liberal activist lawyer Molly

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A welcome bow to telecom deregulation 0

April 20, 2012 By Joseph Perkins The California Public Utilities Commission is displeased. In a meeting April 17 in San Francisco, four of its five members sharply criticized a state Senate bill which, they claimed, would strip the commission of

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Brown needs to cut moonbeams, not welfare 62

Commentary April 20, 2012 By Wayne Lusvardi California Gov. Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown recently issued a phony challenge to the state legislature to “man up” and cut services out of the state budget to resolve a lingering $9 billion deficit. Brown

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Government takeover of the sheeple 5

April 20, 2012 By Katy Grimes The unwavering fundamental of being American is individual freedom. Man is constitutionally free in America. And the only legitimate purpose of government is to preserve individual freedom. A government whose purpose has become coercive cannot

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Dem maneuver in Legislature could slam housing market 0

April 20, 2012 By Katy Grimes Democratic Leaders in the Legislature have figured out a clever way to bypass the legislative committee process, in order to ensure the results they want. This latest legislative trickery and rule manipulation created quite a

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