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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, […]