Tax increases, threats to Proposition 13 are still on the table

Tax increases, threats to Proposition 13 are still on the table

By Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) Attempts to undermine Prop. 13 protections for California taxpayers or simply to raise taxes and “fees” seem to be gathering steam in Sacramento. Special sessions have been called to deal with transportation and health care funding, and calls for increased taxes are being heard. The proposals include increasing the […]

Shameless issues need to stop

Why do we need “Sanctuary Cities” in America? Are they protecting U.S. citizens in any way or only a hideaway for illegal immigrants supposedly escaping persecution in Central and South America? Time to listen up on this one folks. Republicans, Democrats, Independents, and legal aliens as well. In the recent case of the senseless murder of an […]

Senator Anderson’s advice on the illegal fire tax

I received the following response from Senator Joel Anderson. It should be read by everyone who has paid this illegal fire tax. “Dear Ms. Jackson, In an effort to keep you up-to-date on my efforts to fight the fire tax, I wanted to send you the website where you can find my speech (http://anderson.cssrc.us/) on […]

Attack helicopters are only harming Americans

Is Pendleton going to start handing out earplugs to the Fallbrook residents that suffer through relentless training flights at all hours of the day and night? This is proof that those in charge of Pendleton flight operations have no regard for the quality of life of those affected by this onslaught of noise pollution. As […]

Special sessions: Watch your wallet

Special sessions: Watch your wallet

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD – 75 (Republican) As you may know, Governor Brown has called another legislative special session; this one dealing with healthcare and Medi-Cal funding. California is one of 16 states in which only the Governor may call a special session. Only the specific subjects mentioned in the Governor’s special-session proclamation may be […]

Seniors call it “The Fallbrook Street Freeway”

A continual rush of automobiles surpass the speed limit on East Fallbrook Street, with exception to the school zone at Heald Lane. Otherwise, there is no mercy for what some senior pedestrians now call “The Fallbrook Street Freeway.” Last August, a 17-year-old teen was killed walking across Fallbrook St., near Potter St. In the rain […]

The rising epidemic of fake service dogs

The rising epidemic of fake service dogs

Commentary by Rick Williams We have all seen them; dogs in public places such as grocery stores, malls, and restaurants wearing those capes or vests with words such as, “Service Dog,” “Assistance Dog,” “Companion Dog” or “Support Dog.” But who are they and what are they doing there? Dogs have a natural desire to be […]

Re: “The Environmental Protection Agency vs. rural America” [Letter, Village News, June 25, 2015]

I found the guest editorial by Mike Machado, “The Environmental Protection Agency vs. rural America”, somewhat lacking in facts. The need for the EPA is demonstrated every day by the reports of disasters caused by companies violating actual laws or the spirit of the law. British Petroleum was fined 18 billion dollars on July 2 […]

Learn how Dr. Carson will heal America

In life in general, and politics in particular, insanity has been described as doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results. Americans continue to elect career politicians to the office of President expecting different results. That’s insane! Please note! This practice persists whether one has political leanings to the left or right. […]

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