California – Make or Break for Trump?

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New York Times is speculating on scenarios. Based on how the voters have been split over the variety of state contests, Trump has been winning but not enough. That may make our June 7th primary worthwhile. “Mr. Trump will probably need to win California, which has 172 delegates. California is winnable for Mr. Trump, but it could be a difficult …

Finally, the Populists get their chance

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With results showing Trump dominating Super Tuesday, the populists finally get their chance to put before the American people what they want. Trump’s positions on immigration, Muslims, and trade is something we have not seen from any general election presidential candidate in decades. Populists contend that the establishment wouldn’t let it happen because they were worried about ‘electability.’ Now we’ll …

Drop that Aloe Vera

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Surprise! That natural treatment for sunburns gives you cancer. The Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) is putting Aloe vera, whole leave extract, to the Proposition 65 list of chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer. Despite the widely accepted extensive health benefits of Aloe vera, an unelected regulator in Sacramento can now tell you and …

UCSD absurd claims on Voter ID Fraud

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UCSD Researchers are making the case that voter ID laws suppress minority votes. California is one of a few states that have no voter ID laws. Liberals maintain that requiring ID is discriminatory and disenfranchises voters. Several studies make the ludicrous claim that there is no significant voting fraud in the US due to a low turn out.  Though there …

Obama’s EO is about politics not gun violence

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CNN had a big staged town hall last night. The Executive Order has a number of provisions that try to make selling harder and expands background checks. San Diego politicians posted their reactions. The thing is, none of these measures will likely have an impact. Of course, there is no objective and success criteria to evaluate the executive order either. …