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Russia Provokes Ukrainian Retaliation

Russia's military annexation of the Crimea and buildup of land and air forces on its borders with Eastern Europe is raising anxiety that Russia will militarily intervene in other former “republics” to rebuild the Soviet Union. Apr 14, 2014 6:09 AM PT

Big California Farmers Grease Washington for More Water

The rain didn’t come to California last year, but it is was raining “Benjamins” on Capitol Hill as the Central Valley’s Paramount Farm interests contributed $457,000 to Congress, and the Westlands Water District spent $1,600,000 on lobbying and outreach last year. Apr 14, 2014 5:33 AM PT

Bill Gross PR Nightmare Gets Worse

Bill Gross must have never heard of the political saying “when you are digging a hole for yourself, stop digging.” After being dragged through the mud by the financial press over the messy exit of his Co-Chief Investment Officer, and heir apparent, Mohamed El-Erian at PIMCO money management firm, Gross’s ego must have convinced him to sit down for a “no holds barred” interview with Bloomberg News. The result is a Businessweek cover story titled “Am I Really Such a Jerk?” that paints Gross, who oversees management of almost $2 trillion for PIMCO, as an unstable jerk and is a PR nightmare for the firm. Apr 11, 2014 11:30 AM PT

Field Poll: Independent Voters Oppose California Incumbents

A new California Field Poll released Thursday reveals that in the aftermath of the corruption scandals involving three State Senators, the opinions of voters are turning against the performance of State Legislature incumbents. Democrats currently hold 55 seats and Republicans 25, a greater than two to one margin. But with 41 Democrats and only 16 Republicans up for election this November, Republican challengers now have a unique opportunity to pick up seats. Apr 10, 2014 4:05 PM PT

Toyota Recalls Over 6 Million Vehicles

vehicles with known life threatening risks, Toyota Motor Corp on April 9th announced it would recall 6.39 million faulty vehicles in the company's second-largest recall to date. Apr 9, 2014 9:29 PM PT

EU Court Dumps U.S. Surveillance Cooperation

In what can only be described as a national security and tech industry disaster for the United States, the Court of the European Union struck down the “2006 Directive” that allowed the EU and the United States to share in intelligence gathering of telephone calls and internet traffic data. Apr 9, 2014 3:45 PM PT

Only 23% Think Obamacare a Success, 62% Think Repeal Likely

According to the latest Rasmussen poll published on April 8th, only 23% of likely American voters now rate Obamacare as a success and 62% believe Republicans will repeal the law. The latest polling results are a very bad omen for 13 incumbent Democratic Senators in seats the Republicans believe they have a chance of winning in the November 2014 mid-term elections. Apr 8, 2014 4:07 PM PT

California Assembly Demands Unionized Janitors

Just two days after April Fool’s Day, the California State Assembly passed House Resolution 29, denouncing outsourcing of government services to private contractors, and pledging oppose all future “outsourcing of public services and assets.” Apr 8, 2014 8:26 AM PT

22 Veterans Commit Suicide Every Day

Under the Obama Administration, at least 22 veterans commit suicide every day. Active duty suicides in the military jumped by 30% since 2008, with one soldier, sailor, or marine expected to commit suicide in the next 25 hours. Ex-military suicides also increased 10% over the same period to about one every hour. Apr 7, 2014 1:49 PM PT

Californians Pay $0.72 More for Gasoline than Texans

If California rapidly develops its huge energy potential, the state will experience one of the greatest employment and economic booms in our nation’s history. Companies are already leaving China for utility costs are 2/3 cheaper in America. If California joins the shale fracking boom, it will once again become the very Golden State again. Apr 7, 2014 11:42 AM PT

California: Here Come the Oil Trains

Phillips 66, formerly a division of energy giant ConocoPhillips, recently filed a project proposal to bring mile-long crude oil trains from Canada and North Dakota to its refinery in California’s San Luis Obispo County. If approved, the project would mean up to 250 trains a year would each haul two million gallons of crude oil into California and travel on the same tracks used for Amtrak commuter rail trains in the San Francisco Bay Area. Apr 6, 2014 4:00 PM PT

Brazil Military Storms Ghetto near World Cup

About 2,750 Brazilian soldiers and military police on April 5th invaded a 4 square miles complex of Rio de Janeiro slums with armored personnel, according to the Rio Times newspaper. More than 1,000 police officers and marines had been trying all week to establish control over the ghetto before the opening of the World Cup competition on June 12th. Apr 6, 2014 4:57 AM PT

It's the Ring of Fire, Not the End of Times

The common denominator between my Breitbart published story, “Earth Quake Storm Rattles California,” about the 100 quakes of up to 5.3 magnitude that rolled through Southern California on Saturday, the 8.1 magnitude monster that pummeled Chile Tuesday, and the 5.8 magnitude shaker that hit Panama today is that they are nature’s announcement that the volcanic Ring of Fire is moving into its most active cycle. Apr 4, 2014 10:27 AM PT

Veterans Administration Secretly Settled 1,000 Wrongful Death Claims

With the Veterans Administration (VA) about to face hearings on Capitol Hill regarding preventable deaths in their system, the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR) released a report exposing the VA ha secretly paid $200 million to settle nearly 1,000 wrongful deaths over the decade following 9/11. The VA settlements were broadly based with agreements signed in every state in America except Alaska. Apr 3, 2014 3:50 PM PT

Soldiers Safer at Walmart Than at Ft. Hood

For the third time in five years, armed military personnel have plotted attacks on unarmed soldiers at the Fort Hood military post in Killeen, Texas. On April 2nd, a gunman opened fire, killing three people and wounding as many as fourteen before committing suicide. Apr 3, 2014 12:22 PM PT

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