California Gov. Jerry Brown ‘Exit Interview’ is Classic Jerry

  At California Gov. Jerry Brown’s “Exit Interview” Tuesday, the Sacramento Press Club auctioned off autographed souvenirs from his years in the Governor’s office, including cartoons of his budget press conference presentations of charts and graphs, Proposition 30 memorabilia increasing sales and income taxes, and graphs showing state government living within its means. Other charts showed … Continue reading California Gov. Jerry Brown ‘Exit Interview’ is Classic Jerry

‘CAUTION: Fraud Ahead’ Tour – A Calif. Caravan Worth Following

Despite the media's romance with the caravan invasion from Honduras and Mexico headed for the United States border, Jesse Rojas, President of Californians for Accountability PAC, is leading a legal caravan.  Rojas is in a box truck following the blue tour bus for gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom. Calling it the "Caution: FRAUD AHEAD Tour" Rojas and … Continue reading ‘CAUTION: Fraud Ahead’ Tour – A Calif. Caravan Worth Following

Why Voters Need to Care About More Water Bonds on June/Nov CA Ballots

Droughts are naturally occurring; water shortages are government-created and political. Examples of this can be found in every water bond in recent history, put on the ballot by politicians, and passed by emotional voters. California voters will be facing two more ballot initiatives claiming to be water bonds this year, totaling $13 billion. But the … Continue reading Why Voters Need to Care About More Water Bonds on June/Nov CA Ballots

California’s Political Water Wars Heat Up

Water wars are historic undertakings in California. Countless other publications have written recently about the proposed ballot measure that would redirect High Speed Rail bond money for water-related projects and prioritize the use of water, But what makes this story interesting is the coalition of opponents, their motivations and techniques being employed. The Committee to … Continue reading California’s Political Water Wars Heat Up

Food or Fish: Political Honesty Needed in CA Water Wars, Part ll

The long time political dispute between California farmers and state and federal water regulators predates the latest drought and will continue long after, unless some political honesty takes place. This is Part ll of “Food or Fish: Political Honesty Needed in CA Water War.” Part l is here. California farms and businesses are starved of water. … Continue reading Food or Fish: Political Honesty Needed in CA Water Wars, Part ll