All posts tagged "Political Whispers"
California Screws Car Owners (Again)
Back in 2003, California Governor Grey Davis was recalled by the voters of the once Golden State, in part, because of his successful effort to triple the car tax. One of the first actions of the new...
- Posted April 1, 2017
San Bernardino is Right to Ask for Help
The City of San Bernardino has problems. The city, despite having exited bankruptcy, remains broke. The police department is undermanned and underfunded. Increased pension obligations to CalPERS threatens to consume any additional revenue to the department and...
- Posted March 25, 2017
Colonies “Corruption” Case Unravels
County Supervisor Josie Gonzales Commits Perjury on the Witness Stand There can be no doubt that the “biggest corruption case in California history,” as then Attorney General Jerry Brown called it, is collapsing into a gigantic embarrassment...
- Posted March 18, 2017
Syrian Refugee Crisis Roils SB County Supervisor Race
According to multiple news reports at least 23 Syrian refugees have been settled in the City of Victorville by the Federal Government. This news, which had not previously been uncovered by the media, was first disclosed by...
- Posted October 22, 2016
Republican Elite Losing Their Collective Minds
Well, ladies and gentlemen, Republican Primary voters have spoken. Barring some disastrous, last-minute attempt to steal the Republican nomination at the convention, Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee for President. As unpredictable as it has been,...
- Posted May 7, 2016
A President in La-La Land
In a long interview this week with New York Times Magazine columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin, President Barack Obama laments the reality that most Americans do not appreciate today’s economy, eight years after the last recession. The President...
- Posted April 30, 2016