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Walters: AB 43— Will Speed Traps Return To California?

Walters: AB 43— Will Speed Traps Return To California?

Editorial By Stephen Frank | California Political Review In 1986 I was driving in Willows, California (Glenn County) with Congresswoman Bobbi Fiedler and a reporter from the L.A. Daily News.  Hiding behind a billboard was a Sheriff and he gave me a ticket for speeding.  Those were the days when government was so hard up for […]

The Sandstorm: California’s Children Are Property Of The State

The Sandstorm: California’s Children Are Property Of The State

Author: Larry Sand California has a long history of “firsts.” The Golden State was home to the first computer, the first movie theater and importantly, the first Martini. Sadly, the state is now leading the nation in abusing children. For starters, Governor Gavin Newsom announced a vaccine mandate last week for students age 12 and […]

Golden State Payday: Californians Get Second Taxpayer Stimulus Starting Friday

Golden State Payday: Californians Get Second Taxpayer Stimulus Starting Friday

By Cole Lauterbach | The Center Square Close up of a California Golden State stimulus check with envelope for $600, given out to qualifying taxpayers as part of the California COVID-19 relief program. Shutterstock (The Center Square) – Many Californians are waking up to more money in their bank accounts today.  Friday marks the second installment […]

California’s Misguided Education Priorities

California’s Misguided Education Priorities

by: Larry Sand For Kids & Country According to the U.S. Census Bureau, California spends $15,837 per k-12 pupil on education, which puts us 19th out of the 50 states and D.C. All and all, the state spent about $79 billion in 2019. But this is now old news. A new “deluge of state and federal funding” is […]

You Can’t Dim Independence Day in the Golden State

You Can’t Dim Independence Day in the Golden State

Indoor activities re-restricted: Using the metaphor of a “dimmer switch,” Gov. Newsom banned indoor restaurants and activities once again this week in response to surging Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations. While the lights are off at small businesses across the state, beaches are also closed for the Fourth of July weekend in many parts of the state. Despite these […]

Something is Rotten in California

Something is Rotten in California

  By Richard Colman The good, old days:  From 1945 to 1965, California was the place to be. California had jobs, growth, a quality educational system (especially the campuses of the University of California), water projects, freeways, beaches, ski resorts, Yosemite, the redwoods, Hollywood, and places — like Carmel and the Napa Valley — to […]

California Businesses Urge Amazon to Dodge LA

California Businesses Urge Amazon to Dodge LA

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Those that know Los Angeles best are telling Amazon to stay the hell away.  Want high taxes, bad roads, traffic jams, crazy laws, than L.A. is the place.  Toyota and other major firms have Left he L.A. area and California—why would Amazon want the attorney fees, […]