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The Financial Costs of the New California Marijuana Industry

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Starting January 1, 2018, California will have a new, multi-billion industry—legally.  Affected by this industry will be the cost of land, government revenues, employment, cost of warehouses, new government regulators, value of marijuana—legal and illegal.  This is a massive movement of effort.  Add to this the fact the State of California and the City of Los Angeles are individually discussing the formation of a State owned or city owned bank, mainly for the marijuana industry, changes in the California policy and financial landscape is upon us.

“The combined market for legal medical and adult cannabis use is projected to grow by compounded annual rate of 18.5 percent, from $2.76 billion in 2015 to $6.5 billion by 2020, according to a report co-produced by New Frontier Data and ARCVIEW Market Research. That’s not even figuring in revenue from real estate, technology development or the overall economic impact of the cannabis market.

In addition, cannabis commercial activities will add significant revenue to state and local government coffers from licensing fees and other taxes. The state charges a15 percent excise tax on cannabis sales and taxes cannabis cultivation at $148 per lb. for “flowers” (buds) and $44 per lb. for “leaves” (plant trimmings used to produce cannabinoid-based products, such as oil, edibles, bills and vapes.”

Regulations, hearings, uncertainty of the new law, all of this and more makes this a big investment.  Big upfront investments and a time lag for approvals in large cities.  This means smaller cities, like Coalinga and Hanford, could become pot centers while Los Angeles continues to discuss, the issue and hold interminable hearings.

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Steve Frank: The Case FOR Christopher Columbus: The Case Against Spain and Spanish

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Tomorrow is the real Columbus Day Holiday, not the government convenient, three day weekend created October 9 version of Columbus Day.  This is the day to honor the Columbus effort to find a new way to the East Indies.  Instead, he found the island of Hispaniola—which led to the discovery of the American continent by other explorers.

For years the illogical Left have been denouncing Columbus, an Italian for the murder of Indians, the bringing of disease to this part of the world (of course Hispaniola and America did not have any diseases before Columbus—LOL) and for the enslavement of Indigenous people.

Why take it out on Columbus, he was just the hired hand.  Take down his statues for what?  Change the name of a major Indiana city, Columbus, because the guy had an idea and found a financier to fund the effort?  Who actually paid for this venture?  Who expected to be financially rewarded for this trip?  Who wanted the riches of a new world?  Find that person or country and punish them, not Columbus.

Editorial by Stephen Frank, California Political News and Views,  10/11/17

Lets go to the facts.  Christopher Columbus had an aide on how to fund a new, shorter route to the East Indies.  He thought he would wind up in Japan, instead he found himself in what is now San Salvador.

But the key is how did he finance the trip and what was he going to get out of it?

From Wikipedia, “In the April 1492 “Capitulations of Santa Fe“, King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella promised Columbus that if he succeeded he would be given the rank of Admiral of the Ocean Sea and appointed Viceroy and Governor of all the new lands he could claim for Spain. He had the right to nominate three persons, from whom the sovereigns would choose one, for any office in the new lands. He would be entitled to 10 percent of all the revenues from the new lands in perpetuity. Additionally, he would also have the option of buying one-eighth interest in any commercial venture with the new lands and receive one-eighth of the profits.[36]

Columbus was later arrested in 1500 and dismissed from his posts. He and his sons, Diego and Fernando, then conducted a lengthy series of court cases against the Castilian crown, known as the pleitos colombinos, alleging that the Crown had illegally reneged on its contractual obligations to Columbus and his heirs. The Columbus family had some success in their first litigation, as a judgment of 1511 confirmed Diego’s position as Viceroy, but reduced his powers. Diego resumed litigation in 1512, which lasted until 1536, and further disputes continued until 1790.[43]

First notice this court case lasted 279 YEARS!!!  In California we had the famous Colorado River water case that lasted 100 years—not much compared to the Columbus case!   Importantly, he expected to get rich, famous and powerful—exchange for Spain financing the venture.  He would get 10% of the revenues and Spain would get 90%.

Why are we so upset with the Italian Columbus and not more upset with Spain for paying for this?  It was Spain that wanted the riches.  It was Spain therefore, mostly responsible for all the negative effects.  Why are we taking down Columbus monuments and remembrances and saying and doing nothing to Spain?  Well, as far as I know, we do not have any monuments in the United States promoting Spain or Queen Isabella.  So, there is nothing we can do to them.  There are no holidays for Spain to cut out or change the name.  How then do we punish Spain for all the negatives laid on Columbus, which actually belongs to Spain?

Here is an idea.  Why do we promote the language of Spain in the United Sates?  Every word in Spanish is a slap in the face of the Indigenous people, the Indians and those that they harmed.  Can we use the language of those that killed the Indigenous residents, brought disease, famine and global warming to their shores?  Why do we allow our government to promote Spain and its history of hate and destruction of the Indigenous people?

Will Antifa tear down signs in Spanish in East L.A. or Sacramento?  Will they trash government forms in Spanish?  Why not.  If they hate the employee, Columbus—shouldn’t they really hate those that finance and hoped to get rich off the backs of the Indigenous folks?

Can we allow people into this country, illegally, that speak that vicious language?  Can we afford more Spanish speaking people to remind us of the hate and bigotry of Queen Isabella and Spain?

On this Columbus Day, October 12, let us recommit ourselves to ending the glorification of Columbus and his boss, Spain.  No statues of Christopher, no use of the Spanish language for Spain.  What do you think?  Shouldn’t we be fair and equal in our wiping out of history?

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State of California Legislature from Republican Jeff Stone representing the 28th Senate District

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PNP comment: Yep, living in California has certainly become a challenge! — Editor Liz Bowen

Update today from Jeff Stone, Republican state senator on the further progressive destruction of CA:

Hello, my friends,

  Friday will be the end of this legislative year.  Here are some of the highlights of this session:

1 SB-1: increases your gas taxes by approximately 20 Cents (Nov 1) and your vehicle license fees by an average of $100 (Jan 1st).

  1. Passed Cap N Tax which will increase gas 0.63 to 0.93 cents a gallon change and the taxes that go with it.

  2. Proposed increase on a new tax every residence will pay for tap water in the State!

  3. A $3.46B parks bond to pay for parks in “disadvantaged communities”  meaning Los Angeles. We will get the crumbs.   

The debt service will be over $200 million a year. The good news is some money goes to help fix the Salton Sea which should have always been a State responsibility!

  1. Law to release any lifer (murder, rape, child molestation, etc) who is:

      A. 60 years old

    B. Already spent 25 years in prison!

Charles Manson qualifies today and the Melendez brothers that murdered their parents could be released in about 12 years?   What about victims?

  1. A new $10 charge on all residents living in a mobile home park to address living condition enforcement in those parks?Why does the left embrace these regressive taxes on the poor?

  2. We picked an official dinosaur of the State of California. Really ? Yes!

  3. Blackmailed Tesla to either unionize with the United Auto Workers Union or forfeit State incentives to buy their electric cars!   Just another Union Grab!

  4. Reduce from a felony to a misdemeanor the purposeful intent to transmit the AIDS virus to an unknowing partner.

  5. Give preferential treatment to prisoners convicted of serious crimes that are less than 25 years old because their brains are not mature enough to understand right from wrong.  Whaaat?  My DAD’s belt taught me right from wrong real early in my life!  If the brains of our kids don’t mature until 25, why do we allow them to vote?

  6. A bill to require our true sex be omitted from drivers licenses?Whaaat?


  7. Free legal services for illegal immigrants.

  8. Establish safe “injection zones” run by the government to oversee people injecting heroin!  You have to be kidding me? Yep, it passed!

    Enough good news for today.Back tomorrow with an update on our last minute legislative surprises.

    It’s an honor to represent you!

 

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Siskiyou Sheriff’s Detectives Arrest Man for Murder of Missing Woman

Sheriff Jon Lopey, Siskiyou Sheriff's report

October 10, 2017

Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) detectives have arrested a local man for the murder of a women reported missing in the Montague area on October 5, 2017.

On October 10, 2017, SCSO’s Major Crimes Unit (MCU) investigators found a body of a female adult in a remote area of the county and later positively identified her as Ms. Katrina Leigh Eblen, 24, of Montague.  According to a family member, Ms. Eblen was last seen at about 11 p.m. on October 3, 2017 in the Montague area.  After a SCSO deputy took the initial missing person’s report on October 5th, SCSO’s MCU detectives began an exhaustive investigation into Ms. Eblen’s disappearance and developed a series of investigative leads that led them to an area where Ms. Eblen’s body was suspected to be hidden.

During the MCU’s investigation, a person of interest, Mr. Jere Thomas Ramey, 26, of Montague was identified and interviewed by detectives. After Ms. Eblen’s body was recovered and positively identified, Mr. Ramey was located and questioned by detectives.  Mr. Ramey was subsequently arrested on October 10th at 6:41 p.m. for the murder of Ms. Eblen.  Mr. Ramey was booked by SCSO detectives at the Siskiyou County Jail in Yreka.  Mr. Ramey is being held on the murder charge with bail set at $1,000,000.00.  He will be arraigned for the murder charge within the next 48 hours.

According to Sheriff Jon Lopey, “A forensic autopsy will be conducted this week to help investigators determine the cause and manner of death in this case.  I would like to take this opportunity to thank SCSO’s MCU investigators, our forensic technician, and Chief Deputy Coroner for working tirelessly and rapidly to resolve the preliminary stage of this major case. The SCSO’s Search and Rescue Team, its Coordinator, and SAR volunteers also assisted with the remote search, playing a viable on-scene role.  The Siskiyou County District Attorney’s Office also provided support.

On behalf of the men and women of the Department, I would like to extend our thoughts and prayers to the victim, her family, friends, and especially her children in the aftermath of her tragic death.  This case is still under investigation and anyone with information about Katrina’s disappearance or recent activities is urged to contact the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office 24-hour Dispatch Center at (530) 841-2900.”

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