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Governor Perry wows audience at Reagan Library

Governor Perry wows audience at Reagan Library

By Debra Tash Texas governor, Rick Perry, spoke to an enthusiastic crowd Monday evening at the Reagan Library.  He touted the business friendly climate in the state where he was voted governor for three full terms.  “It’s nice to visit California even when I’m not recruiting businesses.” He feels good about the coming mid-terms and […]

The Pretend President

The Pretend President

    The man who occupies the White House is only pretending to be president. He clearly loves the title and the power, but he doesn’t want to actually do the job. Between golf games, he likes to give speeches, bask in the attention of various sycophants at fundraisers, and hobnob with vapid celebrities, but […]

Embattled Democrats Silent On ‘Executive Action’ And AG

  Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ Four Senate Democrats facing tough reelection races recently voted against President Obama’s plan to take executive action on immigration. But would they vote against an attorney general nominee who would implement such a policy? When asked by The Daily Caller News Foundation, none of them were willing […]

The President’s War Plan

The President’s War Plan

   

Who’s Looking Out for the Middle Class?

Who’s Looking Out for the Middle Class?

Viewpoint By Jon Coupal Thirty years of political engagement in California politics has led me to the realization that the middle class is woefully underrepresented in this state. Not only that, but this injustice seems amplified with every passing year. This column has covered the lack of meaningful representation for ordinary citizen taxpayers for more […]

Follow the Money — Down the Drain

Follow the Money — Down the Drain

Viewpoint By Jon Coupal What if you were told there is a corrupt dictatorship on the other side of the world where government officials are using US foreign aid to build palatial mansions for themselves, diverting money intended to feed poor children and spending billions with no oversight or accountability? Unfortunately, these examples are not […]

The Bullet Train Is Like the Walking Dead

The Bullet Train Is Like the Walking Dead

By Jon Coupal Pop quiz. Which of the following statements is true? A. California High speed rail (HSR) will allow riders to travel between Los Angeles and San Francisco in about two and a half hours for $50. B. The total cost of HSR will be about $40 billion. C. About half the cost of […]

The Betrayal of Taxpayers

The Betrayal of Taxpayers

Viewpoint By Jon Coupal . At the end of September, Assembly Bill 8 was signed by Governor Brown and became law. This is horrible news for taxpayers because California motorists will now be paying $2.3 billion in additional taxes and charges. Adding insult to injury, taxpayers will find their hard earned dollars being used to […]