Stephen Frank

Stephen Frank Steve Frank is a long time California political activist, starting in 1960. He has been involved in local to national races and has worked in other States as well. The California Political News and Views was started in 1996 as "Frankly Speaking" Along with the daily newsletter, he is heard on a regular basis on talk radio on the shows of Brian Sussman, Andy Caldwell, Mark Carbonaro and many others. Plus he speaks to groups all across the State from his home base of Simi Valley.

Web Site: http://capoliticalnews.com


Sacramento Taxpayers Ripped Off: Kings/City To Pay $8 Million For Piglet-Inspired Sculpture

Mar 2, 2015

Mayor Johnson of Sacramento is a Pig—ur, I mean he wants to use tax dollars to buy a pig sculpture, in conjunction with the billionaires play toy, the Sacramento Kings, paying $8 million for a pig in front of the real theft of tax dollars, the Sacramento area, paid for by hundreds of millions...

The Obama Economy: “Gigs” Instead of Jobs—What Recovery?

Mar 2, 2015

We knew that 70% of the jobs created by Obama in his “recovery” are part time, temporary or under 30 hours a week jobs. The Bureau of Labor Statistics defines a job as one in which you are paid for working ONE HOUR a week or more. So when you get a “gig” job—to...

In Texas, “California” Is a Dirty Word

Mar 2, 2015

There is a famous bumper sticker on cars in Texas. It reads, “Don’t Californicate Texas”. They understand the former Golden State is the poster child for destructive government, the power of the State and what happens when elected officials forget to use common sense. Government policies in California are destroying farms, killing jobs, tax...

How California Reduced Its Prison Population and Made Communities Less Safe

Mar 2, 2015

What is more important to you, the number of people in prison or the crime rate? If you believe the authors of this article, only the lowering of the prison population counts—and that is a good thing. Yup, good for the criminals, not good for the new victims of the released criminals. From San...

Road Diets Make Streets Leaner, Safer and More Efficient –More Dangerous

Mar 2, 2015

The Left has such a great use of the language. Instead of saying they want more accidents, make driving—and walking/biking more dangerous, they claim they have put your streets on a “road diet”—wonder if they use Weight Watchers, Nutrisystem or just meanness? “Road diets remove motor vehicle lanes to create space for bicycle lanes,...

Stockton bankruptcy’s unsettled pension legacy

Mar 2, 2015

If you are on a board of directors of a firm that loaned money to Stockton or bought bonds from this corrupt, bankrupt city, you should be firing all responsible. Stockton is a deadbeat city, just out of bankruptcy, but because of their refusal to reserve the pension system, on the way back to...

Does Government School Testing Have Value?

Mar 2, 2015

How should we evaluate the results of government education? Testing, student/parent evaluations, observers or special exit testing? Any test shows what the teacher taught, not necessarily what the student needs to know. How about oral exams, asking the students to explain? In fact we can test by looking at the results. In California between...

Farmers Fear Legal Status For Workers Would Lead Them Off The Farm

Mar 2, 2015

Wow!! If the illegal Obama amnesty goes forward, the farmers, many of whom have been begging for the amnesty and more illegal aliens allowed to break our laws, will be the first HARMED by the corruption of the White House. The farmers now realize, amnesty means much higher pay—plus Social Security payments, other benefits...

When Health Care Is Far From Home

Mar 2, 2015

In 2014, eight small hospitals in Northern California closed, due to the changes in reimbursement policy by government. More are slated to close this year. Thanks to changes in reimbursement by Medi-Cal, 60%, fewer doctors are willing to take such patients. Add to this, the natural problems of rural areas, distances, and lack of...

Government Education is based on Politics—NOT—Truth or Education

Mar 2, 2015

I bet you thought history textbooks taught history. As Jack Webb would say, “just the facts”. That is so 1950’s. Today government textbooks have to be politically correct, promote ideologies, denounce historical figures and promote “global” ideas. When books are going through the approval process, it is not the facts being considered, it is...

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