Monthly Archives: August 2012

CA Democrat Senator: Cap and Trade Kills Jobs

Wow, we found a honest, truth telling Democrat Senator in Sacramento.   “Summarizing what he took away from the report and hearing, Wright said, “It is clear that this cap and trade will have no impact at all on climate … Continue reading

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What Do Prop. 30 and the New Fire Tax Have in Common?

Politicians are big fans of schools and public safety, but not for the same reasons that most Californians support these important services. Politicians like these issues because they can use them as excuses to increase taxes. Read more…

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Judge Napolitano on the 2012 Election, Obamacare, and The Future of Liberty

Reason Magazine’s Matt Welch sat down with Napolitano at FreedomFest 2012 and discussed the ramifications of the Supreme Court’s ruling on the individual mandate and whether or not there’s a substantive difference between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney from a … Continue reading

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With ‘Facts’ Website, California Looks to Thwart Opposition to Climate Change

Governor Brown is a member of the Flat Earth Society.  He is using tax dollars to promote smears, hoaxes and fraud. Read more…

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CA July Revenues 10% BELOW Forecast–Deficit and Depression Deepening

The new fiscal year for California is off to its expected start—the deficit and Depression is deepening. Read more…

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California “Cash Deficit” is $18 billion on General Fund Budget. Full Budget Deficit Over $50 Billion

                              The California General Fund is $93 billion—of which we have an $18 billion cash deficit.  But, the complete California budget, the total of funds spent, … Continue reading

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Agriculture Department Paid $2 Million for a Single Intern

A report from the Agriculture Department’s Inspector General has revealed some stunning examples of financial waste in the Department’s nascent technology security efforts, which have mismanaged about $63 million in taxpayer funding. Read more…

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