High-Speed Rail: Incompetent & corrupt bureaucrats

The California train-to-nowhere has proven once again that incompetent bureaucrats run California. In a recent article by the Fresno Bee, these incompetent bureaucrats have to tear down a bridge that they are building due to safety issues. And the Fresno Bee rightfully states: “how do we

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Los Angeles a perfect example for Trickle-up-Taxation

We all know that California is the most populous state in the nation, but did you know that based on population many of our counties have a larger population than many states. Los Angeles is the perfect example of a county that is large enough to be its own state. If Los Angeles County were

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California Republican Party Endorses Roditis for Controller

I am honored to have the endorsement of the California Republican Party. Our innovative and common sense policies like Trickle-up-Taxation are reshaping the debate in California. The belief that local control and decentralizing government to allow your community to shape the kind of government

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The Money Pit: California’s not-so-high-speed rail

Have you heard this story, a couple finds a million dollar distress sale mansion on the market for a mere $200,000? Some upgrades are needed, but overall it’s a bargain. What ensues is comedic brilliance as the owners find out the house is barely standing. They pour more and more money

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California Housing Crisis

In a recent article by Fox News and video titled, “California housing crisis reaches boiling point.” Fox News highlights what so many of us in California already know, overbearing regulations imposed by Sacramento has stalled new home development by years. As well as, overburdensome

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California pension system playing politics with your money

The California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) is in the news once again. I wish I could report that with a record high bull market that CalPERS was well on its way to becoming solvent. Unfortunately, CalPERS, the largest public pension fund of approximately $345 billion has

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