Introducing CALSavers Your State Run Retirement Plan

June 12, 2019

The Chief explores another socialist step in the cradle-to-grave care provided by the almighty state of California. In case you missed it, a new retirement program goes live in California starting July 1st. This plan was put in place because the state wants businesses who don’t offer a retirement plan to be forced to offer […]

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Prediction: Donald Trump Is the Last Republican President Ever

June 10, 2019

While the CRA and Koch Brothers may be glad to hear this prediction, it’s sad for the rest of us. Why? Because Republicans have failed in their duty to defend and uphold the Constitution while the Democrats never believed in the Constitution to start with. Democrats view the Constitution as an obstacle to overcome (or […]

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Aaron Hernandez Disciple Arrested for Murder

June 10, 2019

Photo above Heyzel Obando with husband Tony Joiner Folks The Chief has no reservations about calling you out when you harm your squaw. Sadly today is such a day. Happy Sunday, I guess. I was greeted with a reader email saying the University of Florida was back in the news, as former Safety (didn’t keep […]

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Johnnie Does: Ariana

June 8, 2019

Before you ask, get your mind out of the gutter. Ariana’s is the name of a family owned Mediterranean food joint, located on Center Parkway near United Artist theatres. It’s very similar to Sal’s which we tried about 3 weeks ago. Seems Johnnie is on a Mediterranean kick. Everyone loves a little competition, and Johnnie […]

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San Francisco Explores Buying PG&E’s Assets

June 7, 2019

Did we do it again or did we do it again! We said in this very space on a couple occasions that San Francisco could be a buyer of Pacific Bankrupt Gas & Electric’s assets, well the city has hired a prominent investment banker from Jefferies LLC to assist in exploring buying the assets. When […]

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Slow Joe gets His Hyde Amended

June 7, 2019

Before: June 5th, 2019 Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., who has shunned today’s Democratic Party orthodoxy on issues from crime to compromising with Republicans, again broke with his party’s base and many of his campaign rivals on Wednesday when his campaign confirmed that he still backs the Hyde Amendment, a measure that prohibits […]

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Churchill and Trump

June 6, 2019

A bust of Winston Churchill was given to President Lyndon Johnson in 1965. It was placed in the Oval Office of the White House until Barry Obama had it removed. When President Trump was elected, Churchill was welcomed back into the President’s office. The Washington Post has a sympathetic explanation of the details which you […]

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Rent Control Smoke and Mirrors

June 5, 2019

Photo above: Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti Those of you aspiring to get rich in California real estate better buckle-up and get ready for a tumultuous ride. Those owning commercial property, your day is coming; but today; let’s look at those of you that rent housing to others. First, congratulations! You are about to win […]

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Conversations with the Naïve “Charter School Edition”

June 4, 2019

In this week’s edition, we spoke to a charter school leader regarding the future of charter schools in California. If you’re not aware, charter schools are kind of a hybrid, they get all their funding from the state just not as much per student as traditional public schools. The teachers are not union, but get […]

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Why Tesla Still Lives

June 4, 2019

When I saw that Tesla stock was up today (which is a rare occurrence), I thought Elon was back on Twitter but alas, I found a different reason. Tesla is getting free money. As mentioned in a previous installment, Tesla is being subsidized by European automakers so they can make their emission goals thanks to […]

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