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CalEPA Studying Ways To Sunset The California Economy

November 18, 2019 by


By Ronald Stein ~ California is about to take one giant step toward following Germany’s failed climate goals which should be a wake-up all for governments everywhere. Yes, you guessed it, our legislatures have authorized CalEPA in the 2019 – 2020 California State budget and Assembly Bill AB 74 to conduct studies and identify strategies […]

AP Story on California High-Speed Rail Legislation’s Passage Dodges State’s Serious Deficit

July 8, 2012 by


By Tom Blumer ~ The image at right is an artist’s impression of what this high speed train might look like. This image is made even more evocative with the inclusion of those Wind towers in the background, giving the impression that this form of power can actually be used to keep this train running, […]

Hotel California: Million Dollar Sheets on the Taxpayer’s Dime

May 15, 2011 by


By Ericka Andersen The California hotel workers union is pushing a bill that requires all hotel mattresses to have flat sheets instead of fitted sheets. They argue that the heavy lifting required for fitted sheets is causing back injuries for workers. The problem is, the regulation comes with a price tag of $30-$50 million dollars […]

The Obama Stimulus Super Train to Nowhere

December 12, 2010 by


By Conn Carroll Before you read this Post, please, oh please take the link to this short video. Obama replaces costly high speed rail plan with high speed bus plan This explains a possible replacement for this high speed rail link…..TonyfromOz. Yesterday, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood rescinded nearly $1.2 billion in stimulus funds from Wisconsin […]

EPA’s Lisa Jackson: It’s Time The Rest Of The U.S. Caught Up With California

October 8, 2009 by


By Nick Loris at The Foundry The road to Hell was paved with good intentions and so too are California’s green energy initiatives. Environmental activists point to California as the petri dish for the burgeoning of a green economy. Last week, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator, Lisa Jackson, gave a speech at the Governor’s Global Climate […]

As California Goes…

July 6, 2009 by


By Alan Caruba As a lifelong resident of New Jersey, one of the most fiscally imprudent states, it may be deemed unfair for me to say bad things about California, but having lived in a state that has “been there, done that” it also endows me with an understanding of what happens when a state […]

Theft By Government

February 23, 2009 by


Nancy Morgan Question: How does con man Bernie Madoff differ from the state of California? Answer: Bernie’s victims surrendered their life savings voluntarily – in California, the victim’s money was taken under threat of force by the state tax collectors. As pundits, politicians and the media focus America’s wrath on Bernie Madoff for conning willing […]

Australia – Just Like California

February 21, 2009 by


WHERE AUSTRALIA IS PROBABLY HEADED Andrew Bolt Glenn Milne last January, after a government junket to California The great thing about visiting California is that it gives you a sense of where Australia is probably headed. In the context of the climate change debate, this assertion stands, only more so… A year later: The state […]