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Here’s how to watch inauguration ceremony for incoming governor Gavin Newsom

Here’s how to watch inauguration ceremony for incoming governor Gavin Newsom

BY CLAIRE MORGAN Gavin Newsom is set to be sworn in Monday as California’s 40th governor in downtown Sacramento. The two days of festivities, which included events at the California Railroad Museum and a concert to benefit Camp Fire victims on Sunday, culminates with Monday’s swearing-in ceremony on the steps of the state Capitol at […]

Rebuked repeatedly by the Supreme Court, Brown sues to prevent voters from following suit

Rebuked repeatedly by the Supreme Court, Brown sues to prevent voters from following suit

. . .. By Michele Hanisee . Governor Brown, having been rebuked multiple times in the past month by the California Supreme Court for “abuse of power” in issuing pardons and commutations, has now resorted to a lawsuit aiming to prevent voters from enacting common sense fixes to his badly flawed Proposition 57. The soon […]

Southern California homeowners rush to sell: Listings up 42% to 4-year high

Southern California homeowners rush to sell: Listings up 42% to 4-year high

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Are we about to feel the effects of the high Sacramento taxes, the low quality schools, high cost of living and taxes that are about to bury us?  Plus in 2020 a ballot measure that could kill hundreds of thousands of California jobs—the Split Roll Tax […]

Is the GOP going to be able to once again compete?

Is the GOP going to be able to once again compete?

  By Richard Eber I think it was Boss Tweed of Tammany Hall fame who once quipped “Vote early and vote often”.  While such advice should not be taken literally today, it is a good illustration of the enthusiasm political parties should have in getting their supporters to participate on Election Day. In California, the […]

Juvenile Rapists Cheer Governor Brown

Juvenile Rapists Cheer Governor Brown

. . .. By Michele Hanisee . We are compelled to write a follow-up to our blog “Legislature and Governor to Victims: Drop Dead” to specifically address how SB 1391 is a brutal slap in the face to victims of rape committed by 14- and 15-year-old juveniles. . The number of juveniles who are tried as adults […]

Legislature and Governor to crime victims: Drop dead

Legislature and Governor to crime victims:  Drop dead

. . .. By Michele Hanisee The utter disdain for crime victims by Governor Brown and the State Legislature has been apparent for some time now. Two bills signed into law this past week are punctuation points on that fact. SB 1391 will prohibit 14 and 15-year-old juveniles from being tried in adult court for […]

Brown’s Global Climate Action Summit

Brown’s Global Climate Action Summit

  By Michael Greer Climate Alarmists have done such a good job of scaring people that most of the protestors at the opening of Governor Brown’s Global Climate Action Summit were protesting that government wasn’t doing enough, fast enough. CFACT gathered an enthusiastic group together for a little street theater Thursday in front of the […]

30th Anniversary of the Dedication of the California Vietnam Veterans Memorial

30th Anniversary of the Dedication of the California Vietnam Veterans Memorial

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Call the Capitol now to stop a backroom deal that could raise property taxes!

Call the Capitol now to stop a backroom deal that could raise property taxes!

On Tuesday at 10:00 a.m., the Joint Legislative Budget Committee is scheduled to hold an “informational hearing” that could trigger a hike in water rates and property taxes without even a vote.  The proposed WaterFix, now estimated to cost over $19 billion, is a plan to construct giant tunnels under the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. The […]

Call the Capitol now to stop the water tax!

Call the Capitol now to stop the water tax!

The California Legislature is about to pass a new tax on drinking water, Senate Bill 845. This measure has already passed in the state Senate and could move quickly to the floor of the state Assembly. Although tax increases require a two-thirds vote, this legislation would pass with a simple majority of 50 percent plus […]