Tag: Jerry Brown
Former California Governor Jerry Brown Stokes His Climate-Change Backfire

Jerry Brown has been on the quiet side since he left office, but raging fires across the state have smoked out the hereditary, recurring governor. As he told Politico, this was “only a taste of the horror and terror that will occur in decades,” in “America, in Africa, in Canada.” For Brown, a three-time...
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Jerry Brown Appointee Allows Bail for Triple Manslaughter Suspect

Californians have to wonder about David Ashby’s performance in a recent felony DUI and triple manslaughter case.

Did Racism and Sexism Cause Oroville Dam Spillway Failure?

Two years after the Oroville Dam spillway failed, answers remain murky.

Final Acts Reveal the True Jerry Brown

During his final week in office, Brown attempts to pardon convicted murderers and corrupt politicians alike.

Will Politicians Reform California’s Worst Pro-Criminal, Anti-Victim Laws?

Propositions 47 & 57 too lenient on criminals.

A Disarming New Governor Greets a More Dangerous State

Gavin Newsom pledges to “raise the bar” on gun control.

Law of the Land: Feds Can Sell to Private Developers

Farmers, ranchers, and developers support more sales of federal land.

Judicial Waste, and a Warning for Post-Brown California

SB 1391 will bar prosecution of those as young as 14 as adults.

Jerry Brown’s ATF

Governor Brown’s record leaves a dismal legacy.

Latest Pro-Criminal Bill Awaits Jerry Brown’s Signature

Senate Bill 1391 would bar the prosecution of juveniles as adults.

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