In a refreshingly candid commentary, the Contra Costa Times editorial board blasted Pleasant Hill Councilmembers Michael Harris, Tim Flaherty and Ken Carlson for their move last month to bypass fellow Councilmember Jack Weir in the traditional Pleasant Hill Mayor rotation.
Since my last article about Sufism’s controversial Walnut Creek, California building project, there are new developments to report. Readers are encouraged to add comments regarding ongoing events, as the situation remains fluid.
While citizens in Danville and Lafayette have wised up to the top down central planning tactics of unelected regional government mandates from ABAG and MTC, citizens of El Sobrante are just waking up to the County’s “General Plan Update”. In sum, the plan update will transform El Sobrante into just another soul-less, densely populated gulag […]
Dan Borenstein, a columnist for the Contra Costa Times, said pensions for California’s public employees may be a form of “theft.” Speaking, on Thursday, June 21, to a large audience at the Orinda Public Library’s auditorium, Borenstein said that the pensions of public employees are leaving a large debt to future generations.
The Contra Costa Times today endorsed Candace Andersen for Supervisor. We do too. I can’t believe that Andersen’s opponent Tomi Van de Brooke, advocates increasing county employee compensation (and pension costs); especially based on whacky inflationary salary surveys that only cost taxpayers more and more. Talk about a tin ear and ruinous, hamfisted, pro-union favoritism […]
Link to Contra Costa Times Editorial Board Interview of District 2 Supervisor candidates, Tomi Van de Brook and Candace Anderson.
Rush Limbaugh calling a Georgetown Law student and abortion activist Sandra Fluke a slut on his radio program (Rush has since apologized) has invoked high dudgeon from leftwing pundits and failing print news organizations like the Contra Costa Times in the bag for all things Obama. Case in point: see Josh Richmond’s indignation at the […]