Tag Archive | "Jerry Brown"

Insanity Now Moves To The States

With all the foolishness everyone seems to associate with the folks in Washington, D.C., don’t worry — coming to a state near you will be same lame-brained ideas that have caused a heap of damage for decades. You know the rap: lower taxes because, presto, that’s the magic potion for all that can be good. Oh, no.

Read the full story

Posted in BlogComments (0)

The Power of Forgiveness

I’m not a big fan of organized religion — a topic for another day perhaps — and I’m not even from the flock of the New Testament (as on old friend, activist and Rev Dyson, used to whisper in faux sotto voce when introducing me, “he’s from the other testament”). But, forgiving is a human quality. And, when you have the power to really forgive, you would think people would jump at it. Some politicians do, some don’t.

Read the full story

Posted in BlogComments (0)

California Proves: Duh, Deficit Evaporates When Income and Jobs Go Up!

    I have been arguing for some time now that the deficit and debt "crisis" are completely made up and phony. There is no crisis. But, at the very least, if you want to get rid of deficits, there is a simple path: spend MORE on jobs and raise incomes by promoting broad unionization. California […]

Read the full story

Posted in BlogComments (0)

Californians: Go Ahead, Make My Day and Tax Me

    I happened on this one during my Sunday morning check of the West Coast weather (since I have to head out there this week–beach weather? Baseball weather?). California is often cited as the place where national trends start. True or not–here’s some good news: Californians are ready to have taxes raised to preserve a […]

Read the full story

Posted in BlogComments (0)


@JonathanTasini on Twitter

Archives