We know that liberals don’t care about having a productive business climate, as indicated by how much they regulate the life out of it. How then do they think economic growth can be induced into happening?
Judging by Joe Biden’s recent remarks to the National Association of Manufacturers, he envisions a ponzi scheme of endless immigration [...]
Is the Washington Post developing a lib-crush on Jeb Bush? The paper featured a curious piece about Bush on Monday’s front page (“For Jeb Bush, a family decision”), celebrating his appeal to diversity via the Mexican wife, but the article brings up ancient history that may have been forgotten by the public. One item: daughter [...]
Here in California, Jerry Brown is poised to march to an unprecedented fourth term in the Governor’s mansion, albeit split by a couple decades. It helps him that immigration-fueled demographic change has made the state entirely run by Democrats. (Pay attention, Republicans who are urged by consultants to go full-tilt amnesty, the fastest route to [...]
As we look ahead to the 2016 Presidential election, the Stupid Party is showing its stuff. Today’s example is Republican Senator Rand Paul, noted here previously for promoting mass legalization for unlawful aliens and making America bilingual Spanish.
Now Paul says preventing election fraud by insisting on voter identification is a bad idea. It seems he [...]
In San Francisco, the low-intensity warfare of hipsters and immigrants against tech workers has been boiling along. The city has experienced a substantial boom in tech business, with new workers paying top dollar for apartments, and housing has gotten more expensive as supply declines and demand increases.
The alleged suffering of certain victim groups caused the [...]
The joint has been jumping at the Nevada DMV, as thousands of unlawful foreigners have sought possession of driving authorization cards. The new year allows illegal aliens to register to receive a document that permits legal driving within the state.
As usual, greasy politicians in support claimed that the policy would increase highway safety and lead [...]
The curious decision of Obama’s to engage in a sudden flurry of foreign adventurism has not been entirely lost in the Beltway, with at least one Congressman suggesting that the interest in the internal problems of Syria may be a strategy of distraction. Rep. Joe Wilson (R-SC) noted the use of chemical weapons several months [...]
Here in the San Francisco Bay Area, the region is semi shut down because of the five days of construction required to switch to the new Bay Bridge from the old one which was damaged in the 1989 earthquake. The new structure has been plagued by huge cost overruns in the billions of dollars and [...]
According to the all-knowing media, nationwide demonstrations against the Not Guilty verdict of George Zimmerman were “mostly peaceful.” Apparently Oakland is not worthy of attention, since the Saturday night riot there was moderately destructive.
The damage to the downtown Sears store, for example, was estimated at $50,000 and required special thug tools to smash its heavy-duty [...]
The Dutch freedom-fighter Geert Wilders (pictured) visited southern California last weekend to deliver a speech at an event titled “Europe’s Last Stand?”
Wilders analyzed the history and wrong ideas leading to the current liberal dislike of national sovereignty among European liberals, namely their belief that Nazi fascism was caused by bad patriotism.
As it happens, liberals believe [...]
In California, scribblers are doing the happy dance over the latest unemployment news, because the rate of joblessness reached the “lowest level since December 2008.” Oh, huzzah!
Meanwhile, in Realityville, the state still has the worst unemployment rate in the nation — 9.6 percent — which California happens to share with Nevada and Mississippi for the [...]
The California model of government, with high taxes and a Democrat-majority legislature and governor, is looking pretty good to top union goons, er labor leaders. While union membership is dropping like a rock in the United States as a whole, organized labor is growing in the once-Golden State, which has had some of the nation’s [...]