Article from Epoch Times: California is known for its sunshine, nice weather, and high taxes, among many other things. State controller candidate Konstantinos Roditis wants to save Californians a lot on taxes, by defunding the High Speed Rail system, repealing the gas tax increase, cutting down
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
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
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
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
I want to thank my fellow patriots at Veterans, Republicans of Orange County (VetsROC) and US Vets Political Action Committee for their full support and endorsement for my race to become your next Controller for the State of California. Without our veterans, this election would not be possible.
I grew up in California, and I’m the last member of my family to live here. One of my sisters and her family moved to Oregon. For her family, it wasn’t an economic issue as much as a quality of life issue. In a recent ranking of states, California ranked the worst state for quality
$543 million is no drop in the bucket. When you have a California legislature that is floating an idea of single-payer healthcare that would cost approximately $400 billion a year it seems like $543 million is a bargain for a new annex capitol building. So why do I think the demolition and
On this special episode of Antiestablishmentarianism special guest, Konstantinos Roditis joins Me-haul to discuss his ideas for “Trickle Up Taxation”. Konstantinos was formerly the City of Anaheim Commissioner and is currently a candidate for California Controller.