Tuesday Oct 16, 2012, at 10 AM PT, Martha Montelongo, with John Seiler, managing editor at CalWatchDog.com, and Ben Boychuk, Associate Editor with City Journal welcome Brian Calle, Senior Fellow with Pacific Research Institute and Editor in Chief at CalWatchDog.com.
This is Gadfly Radio’s last show. Brian Calle joins us to talk about the statewide initiatives on the ballot, and the significant role of Public Employee Unions in the elections of November 2012.
We’ll also talk about special races and local initiatives on a few city ballots, as a means to shore up local control over their finances and decisions.
The multimillion dollar feud between Molly Munger and Gov Brown may be toning down. How has it served the taxpayer? If Munger really backs down, will this help Brown’s Prop 30 to recover?
Everyone can share how they’re voting in this upcoming election.
Unions dominate California ballot propositions
by Brian Calle | October 14th, 2012, OC Register
No ‘global warming’ for 16 years
Can we cancel AB 32 now?
By John Seiler | Oct. 15, 2012, CalWatchDog.com
State government is always growing
Oct. 15, 2012 Katy Grimes: It appears that California state government is thriving and growing…
Cities vying for local control on Nov. ballot
Oct. 16, 2012 By Katy Grimes
In addition to a government reform ballot initiative attempting to stop unions from using employee dues for political purposes, three cities have initiatives on the November ballot asking voters to allow a constitutional change to become charter cities.
Prop. 32 could end union stranglehold on government
Oct. 16, 2012 By Dave Roberts “To compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the propagation of opinions which he disbelieves and abhors is sinful and tyrannical.”
Brown rebuffs corporate welfare
Oct. 14, 2012 By Steven Greenhut SACRAMENTO — In much of the country, the mere mention of the name, Jerry Brown, signifies the otherworldly nature of California politics.
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