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River Cats Players Visit Patients at Sutter Hospital in Roseville

Apr 27, 2015
River Cats Players Visit Patients at Sutter Hospital in Roseville

ROSEVILLE- Monday, players for the Sacramento River Cats took time away from the field to meet and play a mock baseball game at Sutter Hospital in Roseville. The idea — get rehab patients moving and help them understand how exercise can go a long way in their recovery. Vanessa Ford has multiple sclerosis and is...

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California Political News and Views
Hypocrite Liberals Silent on Muslims Murder of Gays While Christian Cakes Raise Their Fury

ISIS is setting up homosexuals, in a sting, to out them as gay. Once outed, ISIS then stones them to death. The terrorists hate freedom, Jews, Christians, women and gays. All have been targets of ISIS and affiliated groups for stoning, beheadings and terrible deaths. ISIS is a hate group. Yet, LGBT (gay groups)...

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California Water Restrictions Generate Flood of Resistance

The very confused Governor of California wants fines, less water distributed, ending of long showers in an effort to administer the water crisis he is responsible for creating, dating back to 1975.. Lots of punishment. Anything positive and pro-active? Nope. His goal is to kill off jobs and families, forcing both out of the...

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Navigating Barriers to Care a Challenge for Newly Insured Patients

California is proud to have given twelve million people Medi-Cal health care cards. The folks get FREE health care, while the middle class pays higher taxes to subsidize health care for citizens and non-citizens. Yet, when needed, the card is as viable for medical care as your bus pass (also subsidized by taxpayers). “But...

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Truck drivers at Ports of L.A., Long Beach, San Diego go on strike

The strike at the Ports in Southern California has started again. Just after the unions cost the economy billions, forced importers/exporters to find another form of transportation for their goods, the union have decided to close our Ports again. The good news is that Texas and Mexican ports are expanding and they are getting...

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San Diego DA Says Proposition 47 Doesn’t Apply To Juveniles

Great news for the citizens of San Diego. The District Attorney is using the law to prosecute juveniles that commit felonies. Instead of invoking Prop. 47 and giving a slap on the wrist and lecture to young people that violate the safety of women, children and the community. Maybe if juveniles are appropriately punished...

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Wait Times Grow Longer In San Diego For Section 8 Housing

California has turned into an enclave for the very rich, the illegal alien and the very poor. Yet, in San Diego the poor are having a hard time getting housing based on government programs. Could it be that illegal aliens are taking the housing of American citizens? “Section 8 units also need inspections. The...

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Sustainability”: Leftist Buzzword for Government Control of Our Lives

I am not sure which word is the most obscene. Is it the “F” word, the “N” word or the word “sustainability.” The F and N words are merely emotional in affect. The “sustainability” word kills jobs, lowers our standard of living, used as an excuse to create a bigger Nanny State. It is...

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Retirees get voter-OKed pension cut overturned

California government pensions have a cumulative unfunded liability of over one trillion dollars. The system is collapsing, it is unsustainable. The next recession, or before, will see the absolute collapse of the ability to pay retirees. Currently both CalPERS and CalSTRS are on the road to a 50% increase in mandated contributions. Government agencies...

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Did You Notice the Jump at the Pump?

Apr 27, 2015
Did You Notice the Jump at the Pump?

SACRAMENTO- Prices at the gas pump are already surging, ahead of the normal summer increase. But what’s behind the price spike? Gas prices are up 13 cents across California in the past couple of weeks. Crude oil is the reason — it’s trading at just under $50 a barrel, up $10 from last month....

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