SACRAMENTO – In his veto message of two bills that would have banned smoking at California state parks and beaches, Gov. Jerry Brown argued that there must be “some limit to the coercive power of government.” Nevertheless, in a sea Continue reading Gov. Brown signs major bills – How will they affect you?
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s Thursday, Oct. 12, and here’s what’s happening across California: TOP STORIES Where was the warning? As fast-moving fires invaded neighborhoods across Northern California this week, residents in Napa and Sonoma Continue reading Essential California: The wildfire death toll grows in Northern California
No place was more familiar to Brady Harvell than Mocha Lane. He grew up in one of the houses lining the quiet street in Santa Rosa. As a kid, he spent countless hours cruising it on his bike, often ending Continue reading ‘How do you put an entire neighborhood back together?’ Santa Rosa reels after historic wildfire levels homes
Some argue, as this article does, that there are four political parties in California. If we are talking about debate societies, they are correct. The GOP is divided into those that stand for election and those that stand for principle. Continue reading Four Political Parties in California? Or Do we have JUST ONE?
At a High School in Folsom, loving your nation via a chant at a football game is no longer allowed. Maybe a Hate America chant would be approved by the so-called professionals running Vista Del Lago High School. Maybe singing Continue reading California high school warns students against chanting ‘USA!’ at sporting events
World War II had the battle of Iwo Jima. The Civil War had the battle of Gettysburg. The New American Civil War is going to have its FIRST declared WAR—the Battle of Berkeley. In the end, like the other wars, Continue reading New American Civil War: The Battle of Berkeley Started Thursday
World War II had the battle of Iwo Jima. The Civil War had the battle of Gettysburg. The New American Civil War is going to have its FIRST declared WAR—the Battle of Berkeley. In the end, like the other wars, Continue reading New American Civil War: The Battle of Berkeley Started Yesterday
Thanks to Prop. 14, it is no longer necessary to register as a Republican to vote for a Republican for Assembly in the primary—The same for Democrats voting for Democrats. Since Prop.14, GOP registration is down over 6%–and decline to Continue reading Repeal Proposition 14 to restore meaningful choice in California elections
For the past 48 hours every cable station and many of the networks have been 24.7 with stories of Hurricane Irma—truly an historic event. Missing over the weekend, due to the monopoly of Irma, is a mention that today is Continue reading Today is 9/11—a Day for Remembrance, Renewal and Return to Freedom
Why did the Democrats lose so many legislative seats, governorships, the House, Senate and White House? Yes, there policies were wrong, their message would have been better running for office in Cuba—but the underlining reason is that Democrats HATE, females, Continue reading Democrats Attack On Female Nominee—Shows Misogyny and Hate of Religion