The mid-term election is finally over. If only we could look forward to a productive legislative year in 2019 -- instead of 2020 preview.
Since Nov.6 we've heard a lot about who should be Speaker of the House, who should be committee chairpersons, investigations of Trump and cabinet members. Not so much about "pre-existing conditions, infrastructure bank, or immigration. Seems the folks in power continue to be interested in one thing: more power. Shame on us for falling for
California must prioritize sheltering and stabilizing Camp Fire and Woolsey Fire victims before servicing the 500 asylum seekers from Central American caravan who have now reached the border at Tijuana.
Too many of the survivors of Paradise,California, have found a refuge of last resort in the WalMart parking lot in Chico,California.The people of Chico and others have come to help. But where (a week later) is California Emergency Services, the National Guard and others who we expect to render aid, ShELTER before the first rain
About 250,000 Californians remain out of their homes in the fire areas. More than 30,000 people have lost their homes. Pets and wildlife are also at risk. Relief organizations are raising funds to help both man and beast. Please make a contribution to your favorite non-governmental organization (NGO) today.
World War I ended a 100 years ago today. President Trump flew to Paris for the commemoration but couldn't drive 55 miles to pay respects to those who fought and died for democracy. No excuses -- shameful,unacceptable! #AisneMarne #BelleauWoods
Thousand Oaks' Borderline Bar and Grill is as unlikely a place of mass murder as a Pittsburgh's Tree of Life Synagogue. Congress must act to strengthen background checks, red flag warning laws, magazine capacity and the other predictable points of failure in our gun safety laws. Congress should act on Tuesday morning!
On Election Day every ballot in the ballot boxes that are sealed when the polls close or post marked by that time should be counted. The number of boxes sent to polls and returned to Election Headquarters verified to be sure all boxes are returned. I don't believe poll workers "forget" to count the ballot
I am puzzled by California voter behavior. They voted YES on selling bonds to build low income housing. Then voted NO on selling bonds to shore up the California Water Project that supplies water to the proposed houses as well as the farm fields that feed the families who live there. That's what happens when
Today is the day that voters get to tell pollsters and pundits what voters really think. Go Vote -- this is going to be a barn burner!