It should concern all of us, regardless of political beliefs, that free speech by conservatives is under assault on our nation’s college campuses, says former Congresswoman Andrea Seastrand. Speeches by Ann Coulter, David Horowitz and Milo Yiannopoulos have been canceled at UC Berkeley.
California is 46th in the nation in the lateness of Tax Freedom Day, surpassed only by Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Sacramento politicians are ensuring it’s only going to get worse.
The “fiscal conservatives” on the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors aren’t such careful stewards of taxpayer dollars after all. They’re on a spending spree that’s benefiting narrow interests, Tribune columnist Tom Fulks writes.
It sounds crazy, but Californians could wake up a few years from now to find themselves no longer living in the United States, but instead in the People’s Republic of Taxifornia. Or perhaps our left coast workers’ paradise will be called the Union of Soviet Socialist Counties or North Cuba, writes columnist Andrea Seastrand.
After being accused of a Brown Act violation, the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors will reconsider its decision to require taxpayers to shoulder the burden of managing groundwater basins. Now the question is, will Big Grape win out in the end?
A Bakersfield man was arrested July 26, 2017, on suspicion of battery after he slapped a cellphone out of a 12-year-old’s hand outside a gas station in Pismo Beach, police said. The teen's adult sister says this video shows the incident that occurred July 25.
Man slaps cellphone out of teen's hand in altercation, Pismo police say
Watch a powered paraglider sail into the sunset in Morro Bay
Watch Hunter Hayes and The Band Perry in concert at Mid-State Fair
Good vs. evil: A moral food dilemma at the California Mid-State Fair