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Homeschooling Interest Doubles

Homeschooling Interest Doubles

Rebecca Kocsis has seen California’s parental interest in home schooling double – right in front of her own eyes. “Parents are waking up,” said Kocsis, the general manager for Christian Home Educators Association of California. “Their voices are not being heard and they’re looking for other options.” At a CHEA homeschool conference in Pasadena this […]

California Storm Parade Continues Friday With More Rain, Feet of Sierra Snow Through the Weekend

California Storm Parade Continues Friday With More Rain, Feet of Sierra Snow Through the Weekend

The next Pacific storm will arrive Friday. Rain and Sierra snow will persist through Sunday. More local flash flooding and debris flows, rockslides are possible. Multiple feet of snow are expected in the Sierra. Another Pacific storm will surge into California Friday and last into the weekend wringing out feet of Sierra snow and more […]

Will California Republican Party Help “Recall of Newsom” Effort? How?

Will California Republican Party Help “Recall of Newsom” Effort? How?

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views We know Gavin Newsom lied about his opposition to the High Speed Rail.  We know that Newsom decided to force 80,000 independent truckers into corporation workers and union bribe payers.  We know that Newsom has declared war on California  farmers by limiting water allocations to make […]

The Libertarian Enterprise | The Crazy Years

The Libertarian Enterprise | The Crazy Years

  By L. Neil Smith, The Libertarian Enterprise With every day that passes recently, it becomes clearer what inspired the prophetic author Robert A. Heinlein to predict — in the 1950s or 1960s — the “Crazy Years” that we are living through now. He got a good, hard look at California, which he described (in […]

California Leader Urges Consumers to Think Big by Shopping Small

California Leader Urges Consumers to Think Big by Shopping Small

Will tomorrow’s Small Business Saturday top last year’s record $17.8 billion in sales to independent retailers and restaurants? “All signs are pointing to a possibly spectacular Small Business Saturday,” said John Kabateck, California state director for NFIB, the state’s and nation’s largest and leading small business association. “NFIB’s Small Business Economic Trends reports for the […]

What Happens In Vegas, Is Going to Ruin America

What Happens In Vegas, Is Going to Ruin America

  By Wayne Allyn Root My hometown of Las Vegas is the tourist capital of America  the convention capital of America, and the fastest growing city in America. We are the crossroads of America and American thought. What happens in Vegas effects everyone.  If you listen daily to my national radio show, or my national TV […]

Gov. Newsom suspends new fracking permits in latest attempt to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Gov. Newsom suspends new fracking permits in latest attempt to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

By Chris Reed Gov. Gavin Newsom has announced an immediate suspension of permits allowing new hydraulic fracturing and steam-injected oil drilling – the latest in a series of moves in the past week underscoring California’s determination to be seen as a leader in climate change efforts. “These are necessary steps to strengthen oversight of oil and gas […]

The New Era of Sustainability Groundwater Management Act Begins with Problems on the Horizon

The New Era of Sustainability Groundwater Management Act Begins with Problems on the Horizon

    By Darin DuPont As the year comes to an end, the beginning of 2020 will bring a multitude of issues and policies to the next legislative session. Groundwater will be one of those issues, as the Sustainability Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) has a deadline of January 31, 2020 for Groundwater Sustainability Plans (GSP) […]

White House readies California homelessness plan after ousting top official

White House readies California homelessness plan after ousting top official

By Jeff Stein, Josh Dawsey and Tracy Jan, The Washington Post   WASHINGTON – White House officials will soon present President Donald Trump with a plan to crack down on homelessness in California, days after ousting a top federal official appointed during the Obama administration, according to two senior administration officials. The plan is expected […]

California gig economy law to strip truck drivers of highest-paying industry jobs

California gig economy law to strip truck drivers of highest-paying industry jobs

A California law scheduled to take effect in January will reclassify many independent contractors as employees, and that could strip truck drivers in the state of some of their best-paying opportunities, experts warn. The sweeping law is intended to prevent workers from being wrongly classified as independent contractors, and deprived of basic labor protections as a result. It has, however, led to […]

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