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Opening day- Sochi

Opening day- Sochi

Cartoon    .   . ______________________________ Steve Bowers was a farm boy. He went to college. He studied Art. Then he worked in construction. Then he went to Law School. Then he worked for various sissy law firms, viagra 40mg which he did not like much.  He is a big guy and never liked kicking […]

California is Dam Dry and Damn Crazy

California is Dam Dry and Damn Crazy

Other States: Don’t Let Them Blow Up Your Dams and Reservoirs By Kirk MacKenize No photos do a better job than these in depicting the upcoming crisis CA faces. Despite California’s long history of droughts, people still want to blow up the dams & reservoirs. (editor’s note – See CJ article which discusses removal of […]

PLF’s Hobby Lobby brief reminds the Supreme Court: Corporations have First Amendment rights, too

PLF’s Hobby Lobby brief reminds the Supreme Court:  Corporations have First Amendment rights, too

Editorial Pacific Legal Foundation’s Hobby Lobby brief reminds the Supreme Court:  Corporations have First Amendment rights, too (re-posted with permission from Pacific Legal Foundation) Obamacare is in front of the U.S. Supreme Court again. On March 25, the justices will hear oral argument in a high-profile challenge by Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., and Conestoga Wood […]

The New Heroes: Reflections on the Super Bowl

The New Heroes: Reflections on the Super Bowl

By Daniel Gelman The era of mild public manners is over. It left the scene with the passing of Johnny Carson and Perry Como. Some of us miss it, but not enough of us to bring it back. The new America is “in your face, viagra 60mg ” and damn proud of it. The Super Bowl […]

Editorial: They Want to Double the Car Tax

Editorial: They Want to Double the Car Tax

    Stop Sign of the Times By Jon Coupal Many Californians may not have noticed, but their wallets just avoided getting hit by a speeding car tax. Last month, the Attorney General cleared a measure entitled the “California Road Repairs Act of 2014” to begin collecting signatures for placement on the November ballot. Backed […]

What Congress Did While You Were Talking About the State of the Union

What Congress Did While You Were Talking About the State of the Union

By Amy Payne January 30, 2014 at 6:30 am Cartoon by Glenn Foden Congress is very fond of two things: throwing a bunch of stuff into one bill and rushing bills through while Americans are focused on other news. While people were talking about the State of the Union, they’ve done it again with the […]

Ask your questions, raise your concerns- NOT at this townhall

Ask your questions, raise your concerns- NOT at this townhall

By Michael Greer   I’ve been to dozens of Townhalls in the last few months and none of them were organized by Republicans. So, I was pleased when I saw that the Republicans were having a Townhall.   My understanding of Townhalls is that they provide an opportunity for our Representatives to inform constituents of […]

Many Millions are Awakening, but Big Brother Continues to Advance

Many Millions are Awakening, but Big Brother Continues to Advance

According to this article in USA Today, as an example of Big Brother in the Classroom, the NY State Education Department has received over $40 million in federal and state grants to track its subjects “from preschool to college to the workforce and, potentially, throughout their lives.” By the end of 2015, the data should […]

Do We Need More State Workers?

Do We Need More State Workers?

By Jon Coupal Government employee union leaders are grinning from ear to ear. Governor Brown wants to hire an additional 1,600 employees and jettison some state contracts with private sector workers. It’s been said that all government work should be subjected to the “Yellow Pages test.” If a service provider can be found in the […]

Calpensions identifies poster child for pension reform initiative

Calpensions identifies poster child for pension reform initiative

Backers of an initiative that would give new Ventura County employees a 401(k)-style plan, rather than a pension, sometimes mention a lawsuit filed last fall by a former sheriff. Bob Brooks, whose salary as Ventura County sheriff was $227,600 a year when he retired in January 2011, received an annual pension of $283,000. He filed […]