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Confusion on CA housing market brings flurry of legislation

Confusion on CA housing market brings flurry of legislation

By James Poulos Debate over California’s housing situation ratcheted up amid conflicting data and a flurry of new legislation designed to mitigate high prices and low supply.  Analysts have separated into two camps around Golden State real estate, one more bullish than the other. “Two recent reports — from Fitch Rating, a Wall Street credit […]

U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Statement on President’s Address to Joint Session of Congress

U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce  Statement on President’s Address to Joint Session of Congress

    USHCC Statement on President’s Address to Joint Session of CongressAfter hearing the President’s address to congress, we were encouraged by President Trump’s willingness to tackle burdensome regulation, that impedes growth for America’s small. business community. Further, we were heartened by the president’s commitment to lowering the corporate tax rate, allowing American corporations to better […]

The hidden agendas of sustainability illusions: Absurd, impractical sustainability precepts are actually a prescription for government control

The hidden agendas of sustainability illusions: Absurd, impractical sustainability precepts are actually a prescription for government control

By Paul Driessen As President Trump downgrades the relevance of Obama era climate change and anti-fossil fuel policies, many environmentalists are directing attention to “sustainable development.” Like “dangerous manmade climate change,” sustainability reflects poor understanding of basic energy, economic, resource extraction and manufacturing principles – and a tendency to emphasize tautologies and theoretical models as […]

Port Hueneme medical cannabis clinic coming

Port Hueneme medical cannabis clinic coming

By George Miller Technically, using cannabis (marijuana) is illegal per federal law. But that is widely flouted, even by the State of California, the largest in the union, which has had legal medical marijuana use for years and has now opened up “recreational” use as well, via a ballot initiative in November, via Proposition 64. […]

Conservation – not  more control

Conservation – not  more control

By Paul Driessen Collusive lawsuits helped control more US lands. Congress must repeal and replace the ESA. President Obama’s parting edicts betrayed Israel and commuted prison sentences for terrorist Oscar Lopez Rivera and traitor Bradley/Chelsea Manning. Another abused the Antiquities Act yet again, by banning economic use on an additional 1.7 million acres in Utah, where […]

Another good target for EPA reform

Another good target for EPA reform

By Paul Driessen Europe gives Trump Administration excellent tutorials on how not to regulate pesticides With reform-minded folks in charge of the Executive and Legislative Branches, unelected, unaccountable, un-removable bureaucrats may soon be exerting far less power over our policies, regulations, lives and livelihoods. Energy and climate are high on the fix-it list. Another important topic […]

It’s climate regulations that threaten us

It’s climate regulations that threaten us

By H. Sterling Burnett Here are some climate actions President Trump could take to Make America Great Again In President-Elect Donald Trump’s Contract with the American Voter, a “100-day action plan to Make America Great Again,” Mr. Trump outlines several measures he says he will undertake to create jobs and spur economic growth. While much […]

Donald Trump a fresh wind blowing through D.C.

Donald Trump a fresh wind blowing through D.C.

    They said it couldn’t be done, and even if it could, Donald Trump wouldn’t be the man to do it. But a fresh wind from somewhere is blowing through the jungle where the timid, the fearful and the politically correct cower in the shade of the no-no tree. If the Donald were elected, […]

Annoucement: Camarillo Public Hearing – Water Conservation Program

Annoucement: Camarillo Public Hearing – Water Conservation Program

By Staff

Brexit for America

Brexit for America

By Paul Driessen Independence Day weekend is a perfect time to reflect on personal freedoms and responsibilities. The Magna Carta and Declaration of Independence were about overbearing, despotic kings. Brexit, Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, was much about overbearing bureaucrats in Brussels. This year’s US elections likewise center on gaining a new measure […]