Rent Control is Theft

The demands for Rent Control in San Diego continues the trend set by the Have Nots to steal from the Haves, through the use of government power.

This “stealing” as it were, has several obvious angles. The forcing out of bakery business by a couple of homosexuals who had other alternatives…I recall disabled suing owners of cafes whose mirrors were 1/4 inch too high for those in wheelchairs to see their entire bodies.

Rent Control is the next phase for those with little, to have government take from those who have invested their life savings into owning a rental property, and give some guy off the street a continuing economic benefit.

It is the same with Bakers who lose their business to two guys who have never put one dime into the business, although the renters would not put themselves in the same Economic Warfare category to take money from investors…but they are.

To use government force to take money, or punish someone for having more money is theft, pure and simple

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End The Statute of Limitations on Rape

The three count guilty finding of Bill Cosby, begs the question: Why is there a Statute of Limitations on rape!

I have to admit that rape is something so foreign to my inner culture that I can hardly even imagine it — I melt instantly at the tears of women. I was raised to the belief that men protect the weak, whether women, children, disabled or men who are smaller.

When I hear that 62 women have accused Cosby, but he is charged by only one women and the others are relegated to nonentities because of the Statute of Limitations, it makes a mockery of the term “Justice.”

The first woman came public about Cosby in 2014, years before the Harvey Weinstein phenomenon and the #METOO. At last, women are being believed.

It is long overdue.

The Basement of the Library…

The Fresno State University professor, Randa Jarrar, whose big mouth has been so disrespectful to the memory of Barbara Bush, has made the national news.

Fortunately, she is protected by the First Amendment, and Academic Freedom, since she is a government employee and working for a government entity.

We must give her the protection of the First Amendment if we, in turn will claim the First Amendment for our Conservative speakers on campus. She does not, however, have the right to a classroom full of students. Assign her to the depths of the library to research and publish words like “civility,” “tolerances,” “inclusiveness,” etc.

Universities must be very careful. If they try to fire her they must have an air tight case because a liberal court will give her the benefit of the doubt. I am certain the university can find something other than her comments, but a Court may infer, logically, that it was her comments that were the proximate cause.

So, banishment to the depths of the library seems the better solution. Of course she will have a sympathetic media, but she has a right to speak, she simply does not have a right to a classroom full of students.

California Dreaming

Every day, as I sit on my warm Lanai in the County of San Diego, California, I read (and occasionally write) complaints about California.

So long as California is the 6,7 or 8th strongest economy in the world, they can pretty much do as they please. Communist China does not need to change for the same reason, but Venezuela must change because they lost their oil economy. (Although oil prices may yet save them.)

Right now, California can be as “communist” or at least as Leftist as they wish to be. So long as the overall economy hums, they can lose as many manufacturing plants, say good-bye to as many Middle Class families, be as anti-Trump as they wish to be. The Democratic-For-Life government of California collects so much in taxes that they have zero reason to change, and since the federal government provides it military protection, it won’t change.

Period. -30- and all that. We can complain, but complaints don’t take money from the Sacramento coffers, and nothing is going to change.

Complain About California?

Every day, as I sit on my warm Lanai in the County of San Diego, California, I read (and occasionally write) complaints about California.

So long as they are the 6,7 or 8th strongest economy in the world, they can pretty much do as they please. Communist China does not need to change for the same reason, but Venezuela must change because they lost their economy.

Right now, California can be as “communist” or at least as Leftist as they wish to be. So long as the overall economy hums, they can lose as many manufacturing plants, say good-bye to as many Middle Class families, be as anti-Trump as they wish to be. The Democratic-For-Life government of California collects so much in taxes that they have zero reason to change, and since the federal government provides it military protection, it won’t change.

Period. -30- and all that. We can complain, but complaints don’t take money from the Sacramento coffers, nothing is going to change.

IG Reports Rock!

Remember when there were dueling Democratic and Republican White Papers filling the news just two or three months ago?

I said: Wait for an Inspector General (IG) Report. The Democratic and Republican reports can be, and usually are partisan as hell, but at least in theory IG Reports are usually impartial.

Well the IG Report has put Andrew McCabe, former senior FBI official on the hot spot by submitting an investigation to the US Attorney for possible criminal charges.

This is just the beginning. An IG Report is coming that will address the Russian Connection. It is due next month. We will learn more from IG Reports than ANY of the Congressional reports.

Homes for Homeless

“Tiny Homes” can now be built in less than 24 hours by a giant 3D printer, and for less than $4,000 each. Of course permits, sewer connections, kitchen appliances, bathroom equipment, furniture and other costs raise this number, substantially.

There are plans to use Tiny Homes for the “homeless” which is a good idea, or at least one worthy of investigation. The question is how to find land on which to put the Tiny Homes. Apparently, the current concept calls from leasing the back yards of existing residential properties, but to say this will cause social unrest is an understatement!

Not everyone is going to welcome one of the “homeless” coming to the back door to ask for a cup of sugar and a few dollars! I’ll bet there will be volunteers, nonetheless, and I’ll bet that the distribution will be sufficiently great that it will not onerous to a neighborhood.

It’s worth a try.