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Richard Rider

A Defense of Prop 13 — with UPDATED June 2018 Figures

When it comes to gathering sufficient property taxes, Prop 13 is no problem at all – except for profligate spenders. Look at the history of my San Diego County – a history which pretty much reflects the history of property taxes in the urban/suburban counties that hold over 85% of California’s population.

According to San Diego County, in 1977 – the year BEFORE Prop 13 took effect (when everything was working great, according to Prop 13 critics) – our countywide property tax revenue was about $639 million. In the 2017-2018 fiscal year, our county reports property tax revenues of $6.407 BILLION. Hence for every property tax dollar collected in 1977, the county in 2017-18 collected $10.02. And BTW, according to the County Assessor, since Prop 13 passed, 97% of the pre-Prop 13 county owner-occupied homes have changed hands (and been reassessed) at least once.

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Katy Grimes

Shrieking Leftist Harpies Turn #MeToo and #BelieveWomen, into #HimToo and #NotAllMen

Gladiatrix or Hysterical Females? Women Have Choices

Recently afriendcalled me a Gladiatrix because I stand up to evil, corruption and wrongdoing – essentially, the corrupt political majority in California.

I thanked her and told her that it takes one to know one. She’s a conservative radio talk show host who also exposes the radical left, and is a Gladiatrix in her own right.

In stark contrast to being named a Gladiatrix, last week… Read More

Katy Grimes

Elizabeth Warren New Leader of the #MeSioux Movement! 

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) typifies the Democrat shrieking shrew who is angry all of the time. Warren, who falsified her job application to Harvard claiming she was Cherokee (based on her grandmother telling her she had high cheek bones), played the affirmative action card, and allowedHarvard Law School to call her the school’s only Native American professor.

Newly released DNA test revealed Warren may have 1/1024 Native-American ancestry. Yet she lied about her ancestry to climb the well-paid academic ladder.

“Now that her claims of having Indian heritage have turned out to be a scam and a lie, Elizabeth Warren should apologize for perpetrating this fraud against the American Public,” Trump… Read More

Katy Grimes

California’s War Against Its Own Citizens

California is out of control. Not only did our politicians immediately declare war on Donald Trump the moment he was elected, they also declared war on the people of the state.

In our recent book,California’s War Against Donald Trump: Who Wins, Who Loses?my co-author Jim Lacy and I detail California’s decline and how it can rebound.

A quick scan of statewide headlines reveals a great deal about California’s war on the people, by the state’s elite political class and the Democratic left.… Read More

Katy Grimes

Kavanaugh Hearings: Hysterical Barking Shrews Must Be Prosecuted

The hysterics the past few weeks has indeed not weathered well on America’s so-called feminists who demonstrated once again that they allow feelings to rule over rational thought and logic, in their devotion of Alynski “means-to-an-end” tactics.

In their attempt to run SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh out of Dodgeby protesting his confirmation hearings, their antics have shown just how ridiculous, nonsensical and preposterous they are.

Ironically, they are using “female hysteria” to get away with their anarchy… but it’s just not fooling anyone. During the Victorian era, “female hysteria” was a common medical diagnosis in women. “Galen, a prominent physician from the second century, wrote that hysteria was a disease caused by deprivation in particularly passionate women: hysteria was quite often in virgins, nuns, widows and, rarely, in married women,” Victorianera.org… Read More

Katy Grimes

Why is PG&E ‘Clear-Cutting’ City Parks and Private Property?

In addition to the increase in lobbying and money lavished on California lawmakers as they were preparing to vote on a bill to limit Pacific, Gas & Electric’s financial liability in the California wildfires, PG&E has also stepped up its advertising, focusing on all they are doing to prevent future wildfires by cutting trees and bushes around power lines, and cleaning out brush. They are advertising on radio and television about howthe company is setting up special services to deal with weather forecasting and first-responder communications.

It surely makes many wonder why California… Read More

Katy Grimes

Sacramento’s Measure U Tax Increase is a Slush Fund For Greedy Politicians

Sacramento voters are once again faced with tax increases on the November ballot because Mayor Darrell Steinberg and most of the members of City Council can’t or won’t be honest about their gross spending and particular taste for other people’s money.

So here we are again, solving Sacramento’s latest budget/spending crisis with hefty tax increases – a skill Steinberg honed while in the State Legislature.

Sacramento city revenues are more than $120 million up from 2010, and up 16 percent in just the past two years.… Read More

Richard Rider

The new state “business tax climate” rankings are out. Uh oh.

In the states’ race to the bottom, California is always one of the front-runners. Such is the case once again in the latest Tax Foundation survey, ranking the states’ “business tax climate.” https://statetaxindex.org/

Sadly, this past year we’ve moved from our dismal 48th rank down to 49th. Or up to 2nd, if you think of it as a race. CA is now worse than corrupt New York. We are closing in on the “champ” — Tony Soprano’s New Jersey.

This Tax Foundation survey of the business TAX climate is based exclusively on the five big state taxes:

Corporate income tax Individual income tax Sales tax Property Tax Unemployment Insurance Tax

So to be fair, let’s stipulate that the survey does NOT include other important factors affecting the overall business climate of a state. So CA may not be 49th. It may be — uh . . . er . . . .

For instance, California in 2017 was rated the “2nd worst state judicial hellhole” in U.S. – better than only Florida.… Read More

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