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Billions in New Bonds Should Not Escape Voter Approval

Billions in New Bonds Should Not Escape Voter Approval

Oxnard wastewater rate battle: what are the REAL costs? What SHOULD the rates be?

Oxnard wastewater rate battle: what are the REAL costs? What SHOULD the rates be?

By George Miller Background Oxnard recently approved a 88% increase in wastewater rates over a four year period. There has been much controversy over this. Some believe that the increase is unjustified and that the City’s accounting system is so bad that they don’t even know what it really costs. But, it is fairly certain that […]

Annual ranking: California’s best and worst counties by pension burden

Annual ranking: California’s best and worst counties by pension burden

The House of Shadows: How to spend $1 trillion in the dark

The House of Shadows: How to spend $1 trillion in the dark

by Jon Rappoport, 12-23-15   Congressional lunatics on the march   Rand Paul: nobody read the $1.1 trillion bill before passing it   (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.)   “Congressman, the American people are in an uproar.  This is serious.  I can’t begin to imagine what penalties you’re going to […]

Are Voters Starting to Grasp the Debt Crisis?

Are Voters Starting to Grasp the Debt Crisis?

2015: The Last Christmas in America

2015: The Last Christmas in America

Two authors are predicting hard times for America and the world. Most past predictions have not been borne out, but a few were right about 2008 By Charles Hugh Smith, November 30, 2015 The game of enabling more debt by lowering interest rates and loosening lending standards is coming to an end. If we define Christmas as […]

Alan Keyes: “Today’s system: assisted suicide for America”

Alan Keyes: “Today’s system: assisted suicide for America”

By Alan Keyes, November 2, 2015 Whether in our own personal experience, or by way of things we have read about or seen in the media, all of us have had occasion to ponder the pathetic spectacle of people who have repeatedly suffered brutally damaging betrayals at the hands of someone they chose to trust. Yet, […]

Democratic Debate: They promised a ‘bunch of free stuff’

Democratic Debate: They promised a ‘bunch of free stuff’

    Watching the Democratic Debate I saw a call for more free stuff. I saw a call for more amnesty, free college. More free Obama care coverage. The one thing I did not see was how we were going to pay for all this. We have $18 trillion in National Debt and counting with […]

Voters will confront more bonds on 2016 ballot

Voters will confront more bonds on 2016 ballot

Treasurer Chiang Releases Debt Affordability Report

Treasurer Chiang Releases Debt Affordability Report