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Mass Murderer Mess in California

February 10, 2013

Former LAPD officer and California killing spree suspect Christopher Dorner has been on the lamb for going on five days now.  After killing three people and writing a “manifesto” accusing the LAPD of racism, the LAPD has decided to re-open the case of Dorner’s firing some five years ago. Is the LAPD’s desire to deflate [...]

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Nicky, Meg, Jerry and the Future of California

October 3, 2010

At the second California gubernatorial debate between Meg Whitman and Jerry Brown, the issue of illegal alien housekeeper Nicky Diaz came up early and often.  Since Univision sponsored the debate, Whitman should have known this was coming and should have prepared for Jerry Brown to tie every single issue he could back to it. As [...]

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Proposition 8 Struck Down by Judge

August 5, 2010

Proposition 8 in California was a ballot initiative in 2008 which defined marriage as a union between a man and a woman.  It passed with 52% of the vote and got about 7 million Californians to vote for it.  Yesterday, in a 136-page decision, a District Judge Vaughn Walker believed that the proposition violated both [...]

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Chris Christie Gets “Confrontational” and Scores Big

May 15, 2010

Every intellectually honest person in America realizes that there is a left-leaning (or sometimes straight-up leftist) bias in our news media when taken as a whole.  Rarely, though, does a high profile Republican take the media to task the way the “confrontational” (or, perhaps, “honest and refreshing”) New Jersey Governor Chris Christie did in a [...]

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Drill Baby Drill? Maybe Not Anymore

May 3, 2010

Given the cover of the big oil spill in the Gulf Coast, I believe that it isn’t going to take long for the Obama Administration to conclude that their anemic offshore drilling policy is just to risky to continue.  The Administration is already throwing BP under the bus as cover for the government’s inaction.  BP [...]

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California Crisis Previews Our Own

January 29, 2010

News came out today that California is going to have to cut up to $9 billion from its budget or be broke by March, leaving them with no money to run the government until April when a fresh load of taxes start coming in.  The constitution in California makes each proposition have the power of [...]

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Palin Responds to Schwarzenegger

December 16, 2009

Sarah Palin has once again used her Facebook page to issue a timely and forceful response to a prominent critic.  This time, Palin set her sight on Arnold Schwarzenegger for his recent criticism of her stance on climate change policy: Why is Governor Schwarzenegger pushing for the same sorts of policies in Copenhagen that have [...]

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Berkley, CA, Thinks They Are An Independent Nation

September 30, 2009

The City Council of Berkley, CA, voted to become signatories to the U.N. treaties on human rights, torture, and racial discrimination.  Now, I knew liberals often lived in delusional realities, but I never thought a liberal city council would consider themselves an independent nation, capable of signing U.N. treaties.  I wish some independent, Conservative lawyer [...]

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Hash is Cash?

July 16, 2009

Some Californians with “liberal tendencies” are using their state’s abysmal fiscal situation as another argument in favor of legalizing marijuana.  According to our hippie friends, marijuana should be legalized in the west-coast paradise because doing so would generate $1.4 billion in revenue for the state when it needs it most.  Of course we have no reason [...]

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Craig T. Nelson on Beck

May 31, 2009

Last Thursday, “Coach” Craig T. Nelson was on The Glenn Beck Show talking about taxes and the broken state of California.  There’s been a lot of buzz about this clip, some saying it affected them deeply, others being ridiculing Nelson for appearing ”drunk” during the interview.  Regardless, I do think it’s worth sharing at a minimum because I [...]

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Californians Vote for Fiscal Responsibility

May 20, 2009

Californians rejected a series of ballot measures yesterday that would have significantly raised their taxes so that the state could address its severe budget deficit without any major cuts in spending.  According to the liberal SFGate, the state will now be forced to “consider deeper cuts to education, public safety and health and human services.”  [...]

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A Conservative Shift in California

May 12, 2009

California has been a bastion of liberalism for the last 20+ years, not having supported a Republican for President since 1988, and being known for its bloated government and liberal social policy.  Yet, as I’ve often theorized, liberalism as an agenda is not sustainable, and eventually even places like California will reach a tipping point [...]

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February 3, 2008

A week ago I was dejected that McCain was going to be the nominee of the Republican Party.  While I do have concerns over Romney, McCain has had the habit over the past 8 years of giving the finger to conservatives.  While Romney may be a gamble, I’d prefer a gamble to someone who has [...]

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First step in dismantling of Roe v. Wade

November 7, 2005

Tomorrow may mark the first step to the dismantling of the horribly-reasoned and dubious piece of Constitutional Scholarship known as Roe v. Wade. California has a ballot initiative for Parental Notification rights, which is expected to pass. It is expected that various liberal groups such as Planned Parenthood, NARAL, and others will file suite as [...]

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