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California, the Picture and Prime Example of Socialist-Capitalism

California, the Picture and Prime Example of Socialist-Capitalism

    By Sigrid Weidenweber The entire country has watched, as large areas of California lost electricity. Once again, the Santa Anas blew, necessitating the black-out. What does the one thing have to do with other you might ask—the connecting factor is Socialist-Stakeholder-Capitalism. Pay attention America, for this is what the left of the Democratic […]

California has mismanaged its veterans home properties, audit finds

California has mismanaged its veterans home properties, audit finds

By PATRICK MCGREEVY . California has “mismanaged” properties where its state-run veterans homes are located, failing to charge market rents to private users and shortchanging programs that should benefit from the leases, a state audit concluded Tuesday. The head of the California Department of Veterans Affairs agreed with the findings and said changes would be made, […]

Board of Equalization faces heavy criticism for mismanaged funds

Board of Equalization faces heavy criticism for mismanaged funds

By James Poulos Created to make California’s tax system work better, the Board of Equalization has found itself under a cloud of radical criticism, plunging it into a moment of extraordinary crisis.  “At a chaotic budget hearing for an agency that collects a third of California’s taxes, two lawmakers said late Wednesday they don’t believe […]

What didn’t happen at Oxnard Council is more important than what did

What didn’t happen at Oxnard Council is more important than what did

By George Miller What was NOT addressed at the Tuesday, October 6 Oxnard Council meeting was likely more important than what was. Issues with tens of millions of dollars impact went unaddressed. Dozens of people came to the meeting to hear/talk about the multi (3)-million dollar assessment district fiasco and the high-stakes discussion over huge utility rate […]

California “Drought” to Affect Cost of Food Nationwide

California “Drought” to Affect Cost of Food Nationwide

By Stephen Frank Recently George Skelton of the Los Angeles Times repeated an idea that is circulating in Sacramento. The idea is simple, order the government should restrict the crops being planted in California. For instance, viagra almonds growing on trees take much more water than row crops, ask such as tomatoes. Imagine a farmer […]