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California Political News and Views California Political News and Views explains the story behind the numbers, what they mean and why they are important. Using government statistics, the CPNV shows the government press releases mislead the public about the economic Depression California currently suffers.

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Characteristics of the Ideal CA Conservative Candidate

It’s no secret. CPAC – the largest national gathering of conservatives – is the place to be when it comes to hearing from the GOP’s best and brightest. Congressman, political pundits, activists and the media flock to National Harbor, MD for the 3-day conference that ignited and unites conservatives nationwide.When looking at the speakers...

Cellphone Surveillance Pursued by Silicon Valley Sheriffs

It’s not just the immense amount of information collected by such tech giants as Apple, Google and Facebook that is riling privacy advocates. Now the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Department is seeking new cellphone surveillance technology — paid for by federal funds from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. With time running short on the availability of DHS grant money,...

Soros Spends $200 Million to Get Obama to Buy the Internet

Many of us thought the value of the Internet was in the trillions of dollars. In fact, all it took was $200 million spent on the3 right groups, paying for the meals of the media and putting staff in the white House. In the end, government will now set the broadband speeds, the costs,...

Mall Of America Invites Terrorism With Gun-Free Zone Signs

If I were a terrorist would I want to do damage to a Mall in Texas, where so many citizens carry guns—or go to the Mall of America—many government schools around the nation? Of course government schools in many places, along with the Mall of America have signs, “This is a No Gun Zone”....

Growing concern about water storage and supply in California

The California public understands the severity of the lack of water (the drought is natural, the lack of water is government policy). During the Schwarzenegger years we voted for water bonds, to help build new water storage facilities—none have been built, but the money is being spent. Thanks to lawsuits, courts have used environmental...

Privately Funded HyperLoop Gets Started—Government Owned High Speed Rail has NO Money

While the High Speed Rail Authority bullies it way to steal private property, going to court when owners refuse to be bullied, a private firm has created a deal, to build a “hyperloop” pod system that is really high speed when fully built—at NO cost to the taxpayer. Construction is to start in 2016,...

Stockton Officially Exits Bankruptcy–Sets Stage for NEXT Bankruptcy

Good news? Not really. Stockton is now out from under the bankruptcy, caused by mismanagement of the city and massive payments to CalPERS. No one knows if the city will become fiscally responsible, but we have an idea that it REUSES to do so. Instead of accepting the court’s ruling that they can reform...

Assembly Democrats ACTING Like Democrats: Want Real Estate Fees, Tax Credits for Affordable Housing

In the Senate the Democrats are promoting SB 8 by Hertzberg, a $10 billion a year tax on services—attorneys, CPA’s, dance classes, yoga, plumbers and more. A killer of jobs and the economy. Now they are working hard to raise the cost of housing, so more are either homeless, forced to leave the State...

California Bill Aims To Increase Transparency of Rx Drug Costs–More Government Control

The Democrats in Sacramento want everything to be transparent—if you sell high priced rugs that save lives, all your costs must be made public. Yet, the same politicians will not tell you about the deals made for their donations—like funds “donated” to charities, which then promote the politician that used their office to raise...

Bill to Prevent Double Charges for California’s New Licensed Professionals Introduced

While Democrats have SB 8, a $10 billion tax increase, planned, they never forget that small change adds up to big money. Even little bureaucratic efforts can be brought to the bottom line so government has more money to spend. Assemblyman Jim Patterson has a bill, common sense, to save professionals money from being...

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