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"It was a splendid population - for all the slow, sleepy, sluggish-brained sloths stayed at home - you never find that sort of people among pioneers - you cannot build pioneers out of that sort of material. It was that population that gave to California a name for getting up astounding enterprises and rushing them through with a magnificent dash and daring and a recklessness of cost or consequences, which she bears unto this day - and when she projects a new surprise the grave world smiles as usual and says, "Well, that is California all over."

- - - - Mark Twain (Roughing It)

Saturday, August 18, 2018

Food Nazis Take Charge of California



Democrats:
"Eat what the fuck we tell you to eat."



SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A new state bill would give kids two options with their meals at restaurants—water or milk.
Senate Bill 1192 would make water or milk the default drink for kids meals in a push to reduce obesity and access to sugary drinks for children.
The bill passed the Assembly and is on its way to Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk. If he signs it, California would be the first state in the nation to have such a law.
No one gets in the way of Isaiah Palacios and his soda.
“I need my root beer, I need my Fanta, I need my Sprite,” he said.
But California lawmakers could make that sugary fix harder to get as a new effort to impact the eating habits of children gains momentum at the state Capitol.
“Cancer is fought in the halls of government, not just in the halls of the hospital,” said Stephanie Winn with the American Cancer Society.
Her group is one of many supporting the bill that would force restaurants to automatically serve water or milk with kids meals instead of juice or soda. She argues children’s meals shouldn’t come with a side order of diseases.
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Friday, August 10, 2018

Secret DMV office serves lawmakers, Capitol staffers



A Big Fuck You From Democrats

  • The Democrat run legislature has a secret DMV office with no lines for their private use.




In California, long lines are a fact of life at Department of Motor Vehicles offices across the state, but for California lawmakers and their legislative staffers, there’s an alternative.
KCRA has learned of a DMV office that is not open to the public.
It’s located inside the Legislative Office Building on N Street, adjacent to the state Capitol.
The office, inside Room 121, has no markings on the door and was locked when KCRA visited it on Thursday, but after knocking, a worker confirmed it was a DMV office and said it’s set up to handle customer complaints that escalate to the legislative branch.
However, having a private office for legislators and their Capitol staff is a source of frustration for Assemblyman Jim Patterson, R-Fresno. His request for an official DMV audit was denied when three Democrats -- Senators Ricardo Lara, of Los Angeles; Ben Allen, of Santa Monica; and Jim Beall, of San Jose -- abstained from voting.
“I've been here six years and I'm not surprised that legislators have given themselves special privileges and perks that typical Californians just don't get,” Patterson said
When asked how constituents might feel about a special office for lawmakers, Lara wasn't too sure about the office's purpose.
“Well, I think it's open to the public, if I recall,” Lara said. “I'm not sure, I haven't used it."
The special office, which has a locked door, is not open to the public.
No. Legislators don't give a shit about you.
They only shed tears for the illegal alien citizens of foreign nations.

Monday, August 6, 2018

Silicone Valley Purges Conservatives 3 Months from Election Day



Google Goes Full Nazi
Silicone Valley banishes Thought Criminals from the Internet













You can't make this shit up
Google censors a video about Google censorship



Thursday, July 5, 2018

Democrats to tax family businesses to death



From Each According To Their Ability


(Sacramento Bee)  -  Chuck Collins, a researcher for a progressive Washington, D.C., think tank, recently wrote a ringing endorsement of a proposed 2020 ballot measure that would impose a state-level estate tax to pay for free college for all Californians (“One way to offer free college: Restore the state estate tax,” Viewpoints, June 13).

Collins apparently doesn’t realize, or doesn’t care, that this $4 billion-a-year proposal would create financial hardships for family businesses and farms that often result in liquidation and loss of jobs.

Family businesses are the bedrock of their communities and the economy. A recent study showed that the state’s 1.4 million small businesses employ 7 million people. They tend to pay their employees more, train them better and provide more generous benefits than non-family companies. They’re also less likely to significantly downsize during tough economic times.

Because families are in it for the long term, they focus not just on the next fiscal quarter but the next quarter-century. And because they’re based in their communities, they donate time and money for local organizations and projects.

But keeping businesses family-owned is a struggle. Only about 30 percent survive into the second generation, about 12 percent into the third generation and just 3 percent operate in the fourth generation and beyond.

To help family businesses pass from one generation to the next, four states have repealed their estate taxes since 2010. Fortunately, two initiatives passed by voters in 1982 prohibit an estate tax in California, and that can only be changed by the voters.

The Family Business Association of California vigorously opposes a “death tax” for California and leads a coalition of 40 associations against the flawed concept. To quote Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman in a letter that’s been signed by more than 700 other economists: “It is a bad message and a bad tax. Death shouldn’t be a taxable event.”

Robert Rivinius is executive director of the Family Business Association of California. He can be contacted at Robert@mybfa.org.

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Wednesday, June 20, 2018

California has a lot of psychopaths, new study says



Tell me something I didn't know


(ABC News)  -  A new study is revealing which states have the most psychopaths, and California is high on the list.

Southern Methodist University used data on the "big five" personality traits.

Topping the list is Connecticut, followed by California and then New Jersey.

Overall, the Northeast has more psychopaths than the rest of the country.

Washington, D.C. was excluded from the general list, but when included, it beat out every state as the most psychopathic place in the country.


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Monday, June 11, 2018

BORING - Lowest voter turnout since 1980



Voters Sleep Through The "Election"

  • With party primaries abolished voter turnout keep dropping.


(OC Register)  -  The 2016 presidential election set records for voter registration and turnout in California, while Tuesday’s primary election had one of the lowest turnouts.
The final turnout figures will not be certified for several weeks and could rise a few percentage points statewide, or as many as 10 points in populous Southern California counties with heated congressional races. You can see updated totals at the California Secretary of State’s portal.



According to opensecrets.org, four of the nation’s 10 most expensive congressional races were in Southern California. Here’s how much was spent and what the results are:




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