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027: Legislator Proposing More CA Gun Taxes; The Strong CA Teachers Union; Homeless Voter Fraud Scheme on LA’s Skid Row

027: Legislator Proposing More CA Gun Taxes; The Strong CA Teachers Union; Homeless Voter Fraud Scheme on LA’s Skid Row

December 5, 2018

In this episode, the guys talk about: Proposed legislation to add more gun taxes; How strong and powerful the California's Teachers Union is; Homeless voter fraud scheme on Skid Row in Los Angeles. 

026: Californian’s Taxes Going to LeBron James Movie; Why Do We Build In Fire Zones; McKesson May Leave CA for TX

026: Californian’s Taxes Going to LeBron James Movie; Why Do We Build In Fire Zones; McKesson May Leave CA for TX

November 29, 2018

In this episode, the guys talk about how: California's are paying more taxes so that LeBron can play basketball with Bugs Bunny; Why do people still build their homes in high fire areas?; McKesson, second largest company in CA, may be leaving for Texas. 

025: Judge rules in favor of Trump; CA fights with Trump Over Clean Vehicle Rules; CA to Allow Thousands of Criminals with Life Sentences to Seek Parole

025: Judge rules in favor of Trump; CA fights with Trump Over Clean Vehicle Rules; CA to Allow Thousands of Criminals with Life Sentences to Seek Parole

November 21, 2018

In this episode, we discuss: (1) Judge rules in favor of Trump administration in California federal lands case; (2) California escalates fight with Trump administration over clean vehicle rules; (3) California to allow thousands of nonviolent criminals with life sentences to seek parole.

024: $4 billion on Medi-Cal; Gov. Brown gets a ‘D’ on fiscal policy; Cal State Fullerton’s Southern California Financial Forecast

024: $4 billion on Medi-Cal; Gov. Brown gets a ‘D’ on fiscal policy; Cal State Fullerton’s Southern California Financial Forecast

November 14, 2018

In this episode, we're talking about: (1) California spent $4 billion on Medi-Cal for people who may not have been eligible, audit finds; (2) Gov. Brown gets a ‘D’ on fiscal policy and (3) 13 chilling economic trends in Cal State Fullerton’s Southern California forecast. 

023: Mid-Term Election Results

023: Mid-Term Election Results

November 7, 2018

In this episode, Louie and Bobby discuss the 2018 mid-term election results. 

022: Trump Defies CA Senators with 9th Circuit Judges; Plan to Increase Property Tax on Businesses; CalPERS Has a New President

022: Trump Defies CA Senators with 9th Circuit Judges; Plan to Increase Property Tax on Businesses; CalPERS Has a New President

October 31, 2018

In this episode, we're discussing: 

  • Trump defies California senators with 9th Circuit judge nominations 
  • Plan that would increase property tax bills for California businesses qualifies for 2020 ballot 
  • CalPERS board preside is ousted in election, losing to Corona police officer 
021: K-12 Report Shows CA Schools Deficient; 200k Drivers Set to Lose Carpool Lane Privileges; Passenger Rail Project Between SoCal and Las Vegas

021: K-12 Report Shows CA Schools Deficient; 200k Drivers Set to Lose Carpool Lane Privileges; Passenger Rail Project Between SoCal and Las Vegas

October 23, 2018

In this week's episode, we're discussing:

  • Massive K-12 report that shows how deficient California schools are.
  • Anger in California's carpool lanes as more than 200,000 drivers are set to lose their exemption privileges. 
  • Passenger rail project between Southern California and Las Vegas
Bonus: Interview with Secretary of State Candidate Mark Meuser

Bonus: Interview with Secretary of State Candidate Mark Meuser

October 16, 2018

In this week's espidode, Bobby has an exclusive interview with California Secretary of State Candidate, Mark Meuser. 

020: Customers to Pay for PG&E Wildfire Costs; Verizon Throttled Fire Department’s Data; CA to Legalize Sales of Homemade Food

020: Customers to Pay for PG&E Wildfire Costs; Verizon Throttled Fire Department’s Data; CA to Legalize Sales of Homemade Food

October 9, 2018

In this episode we discuss how Governor Brown is allowing PG&E to charge ratepayers for the fines incurred from the wildfires; Verizon throttled a fire department's data during the wildfires; CA to legalize the sales of homemade food. 

019: Ballot Proposition Voter Guide

019: Ballot Proposition Voter Guide

October 2, 2018

In this episode, we're disecting all of the propositions on the November ballot.