Friday, June 23, 2017

California Bans Official Travel To Several States

"Texas, three more states on California’s banned travel list" (read story)
How about a little reciprocity from the other states towards California?  Goose, Gander

There are literally billions of reasons why every other state in the union should cast wary eyes on Sacramento shenanigans. Start here: There's a $368-billion reason why California depends on the federal government.

Starve the beast.

10 comments:

chickelit said...

Would a citizen of another state have standing to sue the State of California if that citizen were a victim of a crime enabled by the AG of California?

edutcher said...

Isn't Becerra one of the nets' Goto Morons when they need an oily, transparent Lefty to make anybody else look sane?

Leland said...

F'Ya! It's Christmas in June! I think California has a great strategy here; they should keep their politicians and bureaucratic officials confined.

Leland said...

The comments at the article are very supportive. People from around the country are asking for California to add their state to the banned list next.

Then I read the one commenter that pointed out the California law providing for the ban also has loopholes for tax auditors and training events. I'm going to state sending letters to Texas politicians demanding they close that California loophole.

Amartel said...

Becerra is Holder's Puppet. Like Kamala, he's just in the AG position to build his resume preparatory to failing upward. Political redistribution identity lawyer.

Rene Saunce said...

Jack hammer the fault line.

bagoh20 said...

Just imagine a beautiful, but spoiled, arrogant, petulant, and extremely greedy child. That's California.

The 116 degree heat here in Paradise, NV isn't even close to the oppressive nature of that insane leftist asylum on the coast. When people find out I have moved out, they don't even ask why. They just nod, and start telling me stories of others who did the same.

A friend of mine who just moved here from Florida and I were discussing Eskimos this morning, like we do. It occurred to us that the reason the Eskimos endured such a harsh life when they could have just walked south is that all the ones who did go south never came back to tell them how nice it was out of the tundra. They probably figured that they just died. Today word gets back, and people move.

ndspinelli said...

I see bags is still basking in the glow of leaving the People's Republic of Cali.

Amartel said...

And why not?

Leland said...

So I was reading Outkick the Coverage, and apparently this travel ban could impact college sports. After all, the UCLA head coach of whatever sportsball is a state of California employee. The ban affects many colleges in the SEC, Big 12, and ACC plus 2 of the 6 FBS playoff bowl games. This gets better and better.

I wonder how much money California spends on employees travelling out of state for official business? Considering major conferences, in which hundred plus employees might attend, ought to be held in state; I can't see it being much more than a million or so, right? Just the Fresno State vs Alabama football game next year is worth $1.4 million to Fresno State. It's like California looked at the recent news in Illinois and said "I could do better than that, hold my glass of wine".