Sometimes it takes eyes on the ground at the scene of the crime to describe things clearly. Rory Crowley, an occasional columnist for the tiny Chico Enterprise-Record and farmer, is just such a witness. Crowley penned a piece on March 1 that deserves recognition for its clarity of thought and ability to say — in […]
With cries of “Si Se Puede!” ringing in their ears from SEIU public union governmental workers masquerading as United Farmworkers union members, California’s legislative leadership and party-line voting loyalists in the Assembly yesterday pushed through a repapered farmworker overtime bill just a day before the Wall Street Journal published its article, “Food Price Deflation Cheers Consumers, Hurts […]
For many outside of California — both in the West and throughout the nation — the once-Golden State passed the point of self-inflicted dysfunction some time back and has evolved further into a chaffing irritation worthy of close attention.