“California could very well become an organized non-payer. They could recommend non-compliance with the federal tax code.”
California voters beat back an assault on their intelligence and social consciousness by Republicans and corporations to promote the general welfare of the people.
Nestlé lawyers unload a barrage of procedural motions and unnecessary legal briefs to prevent having “its water rights” violated.
While campaigning in Redding, California, Donald Trump blurted out a statement of total racism in the middle of his rally.
While campaigning in California, former President Bill Clinton destroyed Donald Trump over the presumptive Republican nominee's refusal to release his tax returns.
Democrats push the governor to relax his grip on surplus money because the state is “overflowing with billions of dollars in extra cash”
Sen. Bernie Sanders suggested on Sunday that his campaign's path to the Democratic nomination involves winning by a large margin in California and flipping delegates.
SoCalGas has the temerity to demand that its sick and dislocated customers absorb another rate increase to pay for damage to the community
The U.S. Forest Service has failed to stop Nestle from stealing millions of gallons of California's rapidly vanishing groundwater
The Reproductive Fact ACT that forces faith-based crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) to stop lying and stop posing as medical providers.
There is one example of a state that leads the nation in economic growth, job creation, and the ability to govern for all the people. This week, in a seriously stunning editorial by a very conservative newspaper they readily admit and praise California with its Democratic super-majority and governor as the model the rest of the nation and Republicans in Congress should follow.
California Republicans have no candidates that appear to have any realistic chance of cracking the top two in the June primary
The California State Senate passed the California New Voter Act on a 24 to 15 vote.
On Friday, President Barack Obama designated three new National Monuments in the Western United States.
In California, the greatest natural resource, water, is in extremely short supply and the oil industry, the Nestle Corporation, and corporate agriculture is rapidly draining what is left of California water for pure profit.
Brownback's Republicans have imposed an inordinately cruel measure to steal taxpayer money from welfare recipients and hand it to the banking industry under the guise of putting an end to their blatantly luxurious lifestyles and help them get off welfare and enter Kansas' non-existent private job market.
Before any American thinks this will never fly in the Golden State, just reconsider that because of California's direct democracy cockup, the religious right, Mormons, and Catholics from around the nation poured hundreds of millions of dollars into the campaign to pass that other fanatical ballot initiative Prop 8.
The far right's war on the LGBT community took a variety of turns this week.
That gnawing, aching need for limelight, even more so than Cruz's disingenuous flouting of science in exchange for base adoration, is what makes him unfit to lead.
In a conscientious city like San Francisco, water conservation measures are taken very seriously by businesses and residents alike; except for the San Francisco Archdiocese led by embattled Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone. The latest outrage, and it is a monumental outrage on humanitarian and water conservation terms, against the Archdiocese is the harshest criticism for installing a watering system to drench the homeless to prevent them from sleeping in doorways around the sanctuary at St. Mary's Cathedral.