Mimi Walters is doing a commendable thing standing up against the no tax ever ever Republicans but using the Republicans’ leverage to have a public vote on public sector pensions, to install for future public employees a “defined contribution” plan […]
Election Recommendations – November 2010
Partisan Office: I was rather disappointed in the Democrats, so I voted Republican on all partisan offices. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Larry Aceves. I checked the Internet and his opponent, Tom Torlakson, is the one endorsed by the Teachers Unions. […]
Who Are All These People on the Ballot?
Ballots nowadays are crowded with all kinds of names that one has never heard of, for offices one has never heard of. Originally the reason for all this was that these small local offices were closer to “the people” than […]
I decided to vote for Proposition 14, which makes the general election a runoff between the two highest polling primary candidates even if they are in the same party. I decided that the effect of the proposition might be to […]
San Jose Mercury News: Tech Group’s Poll Suggests Candidates Should ‘Friend’ Voters
I’m not surprised on the least. They already “friend” anyone who gives them more than $100 – more than that, if you do that, they will structure a whole social life for you. If I was lonely and single, that […]