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CalPERS Admits It Is Nowhere on Its New Private Scheme After More Than Two Years

CalPERS Admits It Is Nowhere on Its New Private Scheme After More Than Two Years

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views CalPERS has over one trillion in unfunded liabilities.  Instead of a ROI of 7% as they advertised they would, it is UNDER 2%.  Then in an effort to kill off private pension systems—and to get more money into government control, the Legislature passed a bill to […]

Labor Unions Should Reinvent Themselves

Labor Unions Should Reinvent Themselves

By Richard Colman, California Political News and Views, Venal, backwards, and unimaginative are words that can be applied to the American labor movement.  Sixty years ago, organized labor was powerful and feared by businesses.  Today, organized labor, except in the public sector, is a ghost of its former self.  In the mid-1950’s, about one-third of […]

Caforio Claims To “Outraise” Knight | Congressman Knight’s Office Responds

Caforio Claims To “Outraise” Knight | Congressman Knight’s Office Responds

EDITOR NOTE: Citizens Journal strives to be fair and balanced in what it publishes. So, when a press release from Bryan Caforio’s office about campaign fundraising was received, the Journal contacted incumbent Congressman Steve Knight’s campaign office for a similar press release and/or comment. The 2018 primary elections is eight months away and mid-term elections […]

Minimum Wage – It’s All About Perception!

Minimum Wage – It’s All About Perception!

By  Dave Bego  , Recently, the “Fight for Fifteen” demonstrations at McDonald’s and Wal-Mart stores across the country have sparked empathy in the news coverage by the main stream media. The liberal coverage of these outlets portrays employees as being taken advantage of and in need of increased wages and benefits. As with most things […]