Understanding Employers and Why Republicans Matter

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This op-ed originally appeared in Steve Frank’s California Political News & Views Common sense dictates that people as well as employers will act in their own best interest.  This is the premise underlying market economies and why they provide more goods, services and improve the lives of all of us, much more so than a command or government manipulated market can.  …

DeMAIO ANNOUNCES BIPARTISAN JOB CREATION COALITION

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“Job Creation isn’t a Partisan Issue; it’s a San Diego Issue,” says DeMaio San Diego Mayoral candidate Carl DeMaio announced today the formation of a broad coalition of Independents, Republicans and Democrats who will provide business leadership and guidance on job creation for San Diego. Quiet since the primary, an overwhelming majority of the founders of the Movement to the …

DeMaio’s jobs plan for small businesses enthuses San Diego restaurant owners

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California Restaurant Association, San Diego Chapter Endorses DeMaio San Diego Mayoral candidate Carl DeMaio garnered the endorsement and enthusiastic support of one of the largest small business organizations in San Diego: the San Diego County Chapter of the California Restaurant Association which represents over 6,500 restaurants in San Diego County and employ more than 100,000 employees in the county. “As …

Top Twenty Worst Bills Worthy of the Governor’s Veto

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This op-ed, co-authored with Senator Bob Dutton, originally appeared in the Flashreport As of today, the Governor has yet to act on any of these bills. When he is done, we will grade Governor Brown on his performance. The Governor’s “letter grade” will be computed using the following scale… If he vetoes 90% or more, the Governor got an “A”, 80% – …