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A durable and sustainable plan: Reducing corrections spending in California

A durable and sustainable plan: Reducing corrections spending in California

by Diana Zuñiga The month of March marked the beginning of state budget hearings that will set next year’s fiscal priorities for the welfare of Californians. The first version of the state budget shows no clear plan to provide adequate relief for people living in poverty, vialis 40mg fails to make restorative investments to the […]

How Did Sensitive Military Equipment End Up On The Internet As ‘Bird-Watching’ Gear?

How Did Sensitive Military Equipment End Up On The Internet As ‘Bird-Watching’ Gear?

By Jonah Bennett Some of the highly classified equipment from a $750 million Pentagon counter improvised bomb program, pharmacy emphatically not for civilian use, and has since ended up for sale on websites like eBay and Craigslist. Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ According to Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) documents obtained by The Intercept, […]

Exaggerations make CA drought seem worse than it is

Exaggerations make CA drought seem worse than it is

by James Poulos , recipe

Replenish Your Soul

Replenish Your Soul

By Brynne Betz I sat cross-legged on the grass. It was itchy in the way tropical grass always is. Was it uncomfortable with itself, generic too? Grass never seemed as happy in the heat as palm trees or orchids or gardenias did. Maybe their itch was their way of expressing themselves. But before I could […]

New non-lethal law enforcement solution

New non-lethal law enforcement solution

by Avi Yariv In this day and age of globalization and greater mass access (mostly thanks to the internet and to social media), cialis mass demonstrations have become more commonplace. Unrest on a massive scale, nurse especially stormy protests, cost tend to deteriorate towards violence and clashes with law enforcement officers, damage to property and […]

CA prisoner population down, guard pay up

CA prisoner population down, guard pay up

by John Seiler   Federal court orders forced California to cut its number of prisoners. That resulted in Gov. Jerry Brown’s 2011 “realignment” program, drugs which mainly shifted prisoners to local jails. Yet overall state prison-guard compensation is up sharply. Reported the San Diego U-T: Overtime hit a six-year high last year, allowing hundreds of prison […]

Profiles in Stupidity: A week chock-full of them

Profiles in Stupidity: A week chock-full of them

By Phil Erwin Back in the early 1960’s, JFK set the table for future Presidential wannabes by publishing Profiles in Courage, an anthology of stories detailing what he considered to be outstanding examples of what folks used to call “intestinal fortitude.” Kennedy’s book made him more electable than he otherwise might have been; and he […]

Why “June gloom” is now less common in Socal

Why “June gloom” is now less common in Socal

by Chris Reed   Foggy conditions from late spring to late summer used to be so common in coastal Southern California that they had their own sobriquet: “June gloom.” Fog-related traffic accidents and deaths were fairly common on the Pacific Coast Highway. The weather phenomenon wasn’t strictly along the coast. Dodgers Stadium, case 16 miles […]

California Lawmaker Attacks ‘Kangaroo Court’–Gerawan Farms and the United Farm Workers

California Lawmaker Attacks ‘Kangaroo Court’–Gerawan Farms and the United Farm Workers

By Connor D. Wolf Concerned that thousands of farmers will soon be subjected to a union they didn’t even vote for, rx one California lawmaker has proposed a bill that will reform troublesome labor policies in the state. Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ In 2013, ambulance Silvia Lopez and many of her fellow […]

Brown’s drought battle heats up Sacramento

Brown’s drought battle heats up Sacramento

by James Poulos