Category Archives: Statistics


by Jack The following is the most recent data I could find on CA fiscal health.  The last report we ranked 42nd out of 50 states for fiscal health.  We would be in last place and bankrupt if it were … Continue reading

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Moving Out

Posted by Jack California is the great role model for America, particularly if you read the Eastern press. Yet few boosters have yet to confront the fact that the state is continuing to hemorrhage people at a higher rate, with … Continue reading

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Boomers and Margaritaville

by Jack The good news is bankruptcies are on the decline, but the bad news is people over 65 are filing in record numbers! The reasons are many, failed business, failed investments, medical expenses and more. But, one thing that … Continue reading

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How Safe Are Our Schools…Really?

by Jack A friend of ours recently considered taking her little girl out of school for fear of gun violence. That got me to thinking, just how dangerous are our schools…really? Statistics say school violence is still relatively rare. There’s … Continue reading

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How to Raise Good Kids

by Jack Great Britain has the longest running study ever done on child development.  Researcher and journalist, Helen Pearson, recently did a TED talk on this subject.  I thought I would a very brief summary of the highlights of her … Continue reading

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If Black Lives Matter….

by Jack Peggy submitted a link to a news story about Rep. Corine Brown-D, convicted of corruption charges. Well, that got me thinking and I hope I can share a few thoughts without being called a racist. I did a … Continue reading

Posted in Police and Crime, Politics, Race Relations, Statistics | Tagged , , | 26 Comments

Bubble in Retail Space – Strip Malls Dying

by Jack Several recent reports say American’s currently have 600% more retail space available than in Europe. We’ve over built in relation to the demand and this has caused a bubble. This is also why we’re seeing so many dead … Continue reading

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MIT Professor Richard Lindzen Informs Trump on Warming Science

Posted by Tina Today Powerline posted a letter sent to President Trump from MIT Professor Richard Lindzen (Physicist) in an article posted here. The following is the content of the letter: For far too long, one body of men, establishment … Continue reading

Posted in Conservation, Education, Global Warming/ Climate Change, Politics, science, Statistics, Tax Policy | 2 Comments

Do Something! Hey, Republicans Are Getting Stuff Done

Posted by Tina The big focus in Congress right now is healthcare. The promise to repeal Obamacare hangs in the balance. The parts of Obamacare that can be repealed through reconciliation, is being pressed hard by Paul Ryan through a … Continue reading

Posted in Border Security, Business and Industry, Conservation, Finance, Healthcare, Liberty, Media and Communications, pipeline, Politics, Statistics | 16 Comments

Rally Attendance: Trump vs Hillary

Posted by Tina Attendance at campaign events is one way to measure enthusiasm for the candidate. In this respect, Trump appears to be outpacing Hillary by a good margin. The chart below shows estimated attendance at the two candidates rallies … Continue reading

Posted in Education, Liberty, Life, Media and Social Media, Politics, Statistics | 18 Comments