“Mom, there is no such things as a starving artist these days.”
I had many ideas and plans swimming in my head during the whirlwind preparation for the move to Portland. 873 more words
The California Assembly and Senate approved more than 1,000 pieces of legislation this year, of which Gov. Jerry Brown signed 930 into law.
So a pile of directives and restrictions from the “we know better” crowd is piled upon what is already probably the biggest mountain of regulations found in any state. 128 more words
It isn’t often that I’m speechless — but I’m speechless.
California Gov. Jerry Brown and the legislature refuse to stop an unprecedented increase in gasoline prices. 476 more words
“I forgive you, Toyota” is the eye-catching lead of an excellent column about the company’s planned headquarters relocation from Torrance, Calif., to Plano, Texas.
The writer, Joe Mathews, a long-time journalist and observer of California events, describes his positive impressions of Plano and also Frisco, where presumably many Toyota employees will live. 294 more words