Alleged sexual harasser Democrat Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra announced his resignation from the Legislature Monday. But does anyone really think anything will change inside the predatory state Capitol? Last week I was critical of Bocanegra’s faux resignation, when he announced he would leave at the end of his term in December 2018. “‘Not seeking reelection is … Continue reading Assembly Hearing To Expose and Reform CA’s Predatory Political Scene
Jerry Brown is the self-anointed Savior of the Planet while his decades-long policies destroy the once-Golden State. People like me have been explaining for many years that California is an example of leftist policies to avoid, and the poster child state of what not to do unless state suicide is the goal. California has become the Greece of the … Continue reading Jerry Brown’s California: Devastation, Plunder, Economic Failure
In a stunning court rebuke of the state Attorney General’s Office, a Sacramento Superior Court Judge announced Friday that Xavier Becerra's title and summary for the Repeal of the Gas Tax initiative is "misleading and is likely to create prejudice against the measure"— and that he'd "do a rewrite himself" to make it clear the … Continue reading Judge Smacks Down CA Attorney General For “Misleading” Ballot Initiative Language
by Bradley Matthews Congratulations to Jim Lacy and Katy Grimes on their new book California’s War Against Donald Trump: Who Wins, Who Loses? We asked Grimes some questions about the book, and California’s long-time political problems. Read the interview below for more! What is the underlying problem with California — why can’t it get its act together? California’s coastal and political elites … Continue reading What’s The Matter With California?
In Part l of my interview with El Dorado County Superior Court Judge Steven Bailey, who recently retired from the bench to run for California Attorney General after nearly nine years on the bench, we discussedhow the current and recent attorneys general have weaponized the office to use the law against political enemies. Judge Bailey, who has been … Continue reading CA Attorney General Candidate Judge Steven Bailey Interview, Part ll
What recourse do American voters have with elected officials, and especially those who are attorneys, who knowingly pass illegal laws and policies, which violate the Constitution? California will now offer a third gender option on driver’s licenses and birth certificates for “nonbinary” people who do not identify as male or female under a bill headed … Continue reading Should Some Lawyer-Politicians Be Disbarred?
California is known to the rest of the country as the land of fruits and nuts, and “Commiefornia,” and the Democrats in charge are not letting that reputation go unheeded. A law that would criminalize the ‘misgendering’ of transgender persons is about to pass the California Legislature, and could result in a fine of up to … Continue reading The California Left’s ‘Reality’ is Anything But
“An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last.” Winston Churchill While President Donald Trump has vowed that United States authorities will “destroy” the gang MS-13 as part of his crackdown on crime, the Sacramento City Council voted unanimously last week to pay gang members $1.5 Million to not kill people. The … Continue reading Sacramento Appeasers Pay Gang Members To Not Kill People
“Politics is show business for ugly people.” – Paul Begala The soon-to-be-replaced California Assembly Minority Leader Chad Mayes – the turncoat Republican lawmaker who colluded with Democrats for the passage of a 10-year extension of the cap and trade program — made drastic changes in the Assembly committee assignments Tuesday, that would appear vindictive even to political … Continue reading The Conservative Massacre By a Vindictive California Republican
The Assembly Republican Caucus failed on Monday to vote to oust its weak-kneed turncoat leader Chad Mayes. His failure to lead on the disastrous cap and trade manipulations and vote, allowed the cap and trade program to be voted on prematurely by two years, saved and extended a decade. A leader would have demanded an … Continue reading Can Assembly GOP Rescue Titanic After Captain Steers Into Iceberg?