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Jon Fleischman

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Politics Editor for Breitbart California and Founder and Publisher of Flash Report, the leading California conservative political website; former executive board member of the California Republican Party

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In an effort to keep filmmakers shooting in LA, state legislators are considering boosting California's tax incentive program.

California Considers More Tax Incentives for Filming

In an effort to keep filmmakers shooting in LA, state legislators are considering boosting California's tax incentive program.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Some powerful members of California's Republican Party are throwing their weight behind a relatively unknown candidate for governor, former Assistant Treasury Secretary  Neel Kashkari…

Kashkari, Donnelly Battle for Heart and Soul of CA GOP

Some powerful members of California's Republican Party are throwing their weight behind a relatively unknown candidate for governor, former Assistant Treasury Secretary Neel Kashkari…

from Which Way, L.A.?

In Las Vegas today,  President Obama said  it's good news that bipartisan groups in both
houses of Congress are finally addressing immigration reform. The President
endorsed the…

President Obama and Immigration Reform

In Las Vegas today, President Obama said it's good news that bipartisan groups in both houses of Congress are finally addressing immigration reform. The President endorsed the…

from Which Way, L.A.?

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