People's Perspectives

Flat Taxes Can be Progressive

July 8, 2021

I read an interesting viewpoint on flat taxes that was new to me: they can be rather progressive.

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Picketing Public Employee Unions

April 19, 2021

Am I a fan of public employee unions? No, I’m not.

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Preventing Fire and Electric Outages?

March 17, 2021

Thank you Gavin Newsom, Governor since 2019 and Lt. Governor from 2011 to 2019. Thank you for finally recognizing that in California, Fire is a big, did I say big?, horrendous problem.

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CA is Too Big

March 15, 2021

California has become too large for a Federal system of governance -- population, economic, geographic.

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Taxes

California is like a 400 lb person.

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An Issue for Consideration by the New Party

January 29, 2021

I was pleased to read the new CSP document, “How is the Common Sense Party different?” It struck exactly the right tone of unity and, well, common sense that people are hungry for.

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Truly Independent Candidates

October 29, 2020

I'm an independent voter who feels the two major parties are doing a poor job of representing the majority of citizens.

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Major Systemic Reforms that Respect Individual Rights, Limited Government, and the Free Market

October 9, 2020

Here are some race-neutral solutions that would benefit society as whole and consequently would eliminate opportunities for institutionalized racism to pop up.

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A Corruption Solution

September 14, 2020

This is the number one problem and has to be solved first.

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The Most Important Election

September 14, 2020

Both presidential candidates declare that the election of November 2020 will be the most important election in the history of the United States.

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