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


Cal State San Marcos Professor: Students NOT Allowed to Speak to Law Enforcement Agencies, Looking for Jobs

Apr 18, 2016

If you want a career in law enforcement, especially enforcing our immigration laws—San Marcos Professor Ibanez wants you off campus.  She wants law enforcement recruiters off campus—especially those with the U.S. Customs and B order Protection.  She prefers illegal aliens in the seats in her classroom than honest California residents and citizens.  This is...

Groundwater Legislation Moving Despite Local Gov Opposition

Apr 18, 2016

In California farmers no longer count, jobs no longer count, those that want to create housing or commercial projects are not to be helped by a water policy that works for all.  Instead, the environmentalists have made it clear that they want to control our lives by controlling our water.  In the 1970’s I...

California Has MORE to be Proud Of: High Speed Rail Wins Golden Fleece Award.

Apr 18, 2016

One of the most corrupt and incompetent political/special interest scams in history of mankind, the High Speed Rail has been recognized for what it is, a scam.  “The California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) has won the Independent Institute’s first California Golden Fleece Award for its lack of transparency and history of misleading the public...

What Recovery? California Exports Continue to Sputter.

Apr 18, 2016

Till 1929 everybody was partying in America—till the roof caved in.  American was doing very well until sometime in 2007, before the bubbles burst.  In both cases few were willing to see the signs of collapse.  Today we have minimum wage increases because folks cannot afford to “live”.  In doing so, sowing the seeds...

Orinda: Crowded Streets, Jails and Schools—Thanks to Democrat “Moderate” Steve Glazer

Apr 18, 2016

Why is the City of Orinda crowded, gridlocked and allowing homes to be built that are not allowed by law?  Thank the “moderate” Steve Glazer.  While a city councilmember he approved exempting homes from height restrictions, allowing buildings with 67 units to only provide 30 car spaces and much more.  His policies also crowded...

Cal Berkeley has $150 Million DEFICIT—not a Media Story

Apr 18, 2016

The radical indoctrination camp known as Cal Berkeley has a $150 million debt.  This is the University that uses gender based departments to teach the superiority of one gender over another.  Cal also has ethnic departments teaching that white people are bad and that black races are superior in black classes, Hispanics are superior...

California Appeals Court Questions Don’t Bode Well For Cap-And-Trade

Apr 18, 2016

Why is California so expensive?  One reason is that manufacturers and other pay money for something that is non-existent and if it were real—sold to move it from California to another State or nation.  The “it”  is “bad” air.  The State is taxing firms (means jobs) for producing bad air—and allowing them to sell...

California Has MORE to be Proud Of: High Speed Rail Wins Golden Fleece Award.

Apr 18, 2016

One of the most corrupt and incompetent political/special interest scams in history of mankind, the High Speed Rail has been recognized for what it is, a scam.  “The California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) has won the Independent Institute’s first California Golden Fleece Award for its lack of transparency and history of misleading the public...

Illinois Caregivers Free NOT to Pay Bribes to Work—Refuse to Join Union

Apr 18, 2016

While the union owned California legislature is working to force minimum wage caregivers pay bribes to a union, to keep their jobs, the Supreme Court of Illinois has ruled unconstitutional the use of extortion by unions to steal from minorities wanting caregiving jobs. “New Labor Department filings show that it has lost 8,000 dues-paying...

Anti-Public Safety Activist REFUSES to Address Proposals to Law Enforcement—Public Safety NOT His Concern

Apr 18, 2016

Government is looking at a proposal for creating a statewide “use of force” policy for law enforcement.  The creator of this project is talking to politicians and the media, special interest groups—but REFUSES to talk to law enforcement officers, to hear their concerns.  This is an attempt to politicalize law enforcement—to make them an...

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