Monthly Archives: April 2006

Sauce for the goose….

About a year ago, Timothy Roberts quoted Kirk Everett from the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, arguing in favor of SB552: “We can’t afford not to have this right now,” says Kirk Everett, director of governmental relations and tax policy for … Continue reading

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about SB1291

Lets look at SB1291, the Silicon Valley Leadership group claims that it is just to avoid a competitive disadvantage: John Ambroseo, chief executive of Santa Clara-based Coherent, speaking on behalf of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, argues that the state … Continue reading

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what the cost of the Iraq misadventure will be.

Remember back in 2003 when Deputy Defense Secretary Paul D. Wolfowitz, was saying that: that Pentagon budget specialists put the cost of war and reconstruction at $60 billion to $95 billion in this fiscal year. If we costed each and … Continue reading

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how much Ron Gonzalas can “shock” me

The Murky reports that: Mayor Ron Gonzales “volunteered” Wednesday to be replaced on a transportation advisory board he has chaired since 2002. Gonzales’ latest move comes after he stunned many last week by showing up to chair [the Silicon Valley … Continue reading

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