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October 31, 2010




October 30, 2010

  A VERY SAD STORY. Read to the bottom. I’m sure you will see some very familiar business’s MOVING OUT OF CALIFORNIA !!!
I don’t care who you are or what you “believe” politically, you better take note of what is going on in CA.   We are already over 12% unemployment here, and if the current “thinking” in Sacramento doesn’t change, there won’t be any jobs or tax base left. 
We went to a political fundraiser last weekend for Meg Whitman… at this event were several owners of manufacturing companies in the central valley.  They represented hundreds if not thousands of jobs. They stated that if Jerry Brown wins in November, they are GONE, and taking their businesses with them to some other state.  These jobs will permanently leave CA.  These owners ( Facebook ,Fox Family, Hilton Hotels Corp are just a few ) say they simply cannot survive the taxes and the over regulation.  So take a look at this list below and think about all the additional jobs that will soon be leaving this state if we are not smart enough to take it’s control from the unions and give it back to the people. 
I would urge everyone who lives in the state of CA to consider mailing this on to every Californian on your email list. 
Even if you do not read  this entire e-mail, you ought to scroll down and see what a massive  list this really is.   California  is no longer the  Golden   State , thanks mostly to the inept morons in  Sacramento  and their asinine policies.
       It costs a company lots of money to pull-up roots and move, a decision not to be taken lightly.  The majority of these jobs and companies will never come back.  The last part tells the story we as a small business deal with every day.
       Abraxis Health, a unit of Los Angeles-based Abraxis BioScience Inc, opened a new plant that will create 200 jobs in 2010 — in  Phoenix . 
       This follows the company’s Phoenix expansions that occurred in 2007 and  2008.
       Alza Corp. In 2007  eliminated about 600 jobs in drug R&D while also exiting its   Mountain View ,  Calif. , HQ.  At the time the company said that    its 1,200-person Vacaville facility will continue to operate.   But the Vacaville Reporter on Oct. 23, 2009 revealed that the plant is being offered for sale    by J&J, its parent company.  It’s unclear if more layoffs are in the facility’s future.
       American AVK, a producer of fire hydrants and other water-related products, moved from Fresno  to  Minden ,  Nevada .
       American Racing moved its auto-wheel production to  Mexico , ending most of its 47-year operation in  California .
       Apple Computer has  expanded in other states, most recently with a $1 billion facility planned for  North Carolina .
       Audix Corporation relocated from  Redwood City ,  Calif. , and to accommodate growth moved to a 78,000-square-foot facility in  Wilson , Oregon .
       Apria Healthcare Group of  Lake Forest  is shifting jobs from  California  to  Overland Park , Kansas , a Kansas City suburb.
       Assurant Inc. Cut 325 jobs in  Orange   County  and consolidated positions in  Georgia ,  Ohio  and  South Carolina .
       Automobile Club of Southern California placed 1,100 jobs in Texas .
       Barefoot Motors, a small “green” manufacturer, moved from  Sonoma  and will grow in Ashland, Oregon.
       Bazz Houston Co., Located in  Garden Grove , has slowly been building a workforce of about 35 people in  Tijuana .  In early 2010 the company said it expects to move more jobs to Mexico, citing cost and regulatory difficulties in Southern California.
       Beckman Coulter, a biomedical test equipment manufacturer headquartered in Brea, relocated part of its Palo Alto facilities to Indianapolis, Indiana, two years ago.  In early 2010, it’s making a  multimillion-dollar investment to expand and create up to 100 new  jobs in Indiana.  The company said the area offers a “favorable  business environment and lower total cost of operations, plus a  local work force with strong skills in both engineering and  manufacturing.”
       Bild Industries Inc., which specializes in business news, directories and market reports, moved to  Post Falls ,  Idaho , from Van Nuys, a part of the San Fernando Valley in  Los Angeles .
       Bill Miller Engineering, Ltd., suffering under the “hostile business climate” in  California and  Los Angeles   County , moved from  Harbor   City  to  Carson City ,  Nevada .
       BMC Select has conducted an unusual relocation.  The company, which had shifted its headquarters from  Idaho  to  San Francisco , relocated its H.Q. back to Boise  in January 2010.  The building materials distributor said that regaining its footing in  Boise  retained access to high-quality employees while reducing wage and occupancy costs.
       BPI Labs, which formulates, manufactures, and fills personal care products for the health and beauty industry, relocated from  Sacramento  to Evanston ,  Wyoming , a move the company’s owner called “very  successful . . . .  It felt good and we’ve never looked back.
       Buck Knives after 62 years in  San Diego  moved to  Post Falls , Idaho .
       CalPortland Cement has announced in late 2009 closure of its  Riverside   County  plant because of new environmental regulations from a state law (AB 32).  The  company’s CEO wrote, “A cement plant cannot be picked up and moved,  but the next new plant probably won’t be built in  California   meaning more good, high paying manufacturing jobs will be lost to Nevada  or  China  or  somewhere.”
       California Casualty Group left  San Mateo  for  Colorado , cutting operating costs to remain competitive.
       CalStar Products Inc., headquartered in  Newark ,  Calif. , in the San Francisco Bay Area, in January 2010 was awarded $2.44 million in federal clean energy tax credits.  The company said in the future it expects to build  additional plants in the  Mississippi   Valley  and the East  Coast.  In late 2009 CalStar opened a plant in  Caledonia ,   Wisconsin .
       Checks-To-Go moved to Utah  where workers’ comp rates helped make the troubled company healthier.
       Chivaroli &  Associates, a healthcare-related insurance service based in  Westlake Village , Calif., moved a regional office to  Spokane , Washington .
       CoreSite, A Carlyle Company, is delaying a  Santa Clara  project while it expands its data center in  Reston ,  Virginia .
       Creators Syndicate may flee  L.A.  because it operates like a Banana Republic.
       Creel Printing – Left Costa Mesa for  Las Vegas  and So Cal loses 60 more jobs.
       Dassault Falcon looked at building an aircraft services facility in  Riverside   County  but instead located in  Reno .
       DaVita Inc., moved its  HQ from  Los Angeles  to  Denver ; expects to see millions of dollars in  savings over time.
       Denny’s Corp., the large restaurant chain once had its headquarters in La Mirada , later in Irvine , Calif , and then moved to Spartanburg , South Carolina .  In fairness, I note the move occurred in the early 1990s.  However it’s noteworthy because the company was  founded in  California  and its growth over time created HQ jobs in another state.
       Digital Domain, the Academy-Award-winning visual effects studio based in  Venice ,  Calif , placed new studios in  Vancouver ,  British Columbia , and  Port St.   Lucie ,  Florida , which combined will have about 500  employees.  The facilities will allow the company to reduce costs while continuing to deliver cutting-edge work.
       Ditech, headquartered in Costa Mesa , announced in January 2010 a 269-job cut and is moving most activities to the GMAC Financial Services (parent company) headquarters in  Fort Washington ,  Pennsylvania .  In 2007, Ditech  relocated some workers from  Costa Mesa  toPhoenix.  A once  robust  Costa Mesa  facility employing hundreds will be down to 20 or  30 workers.
       DuPont Fabros Technology suspended a $270 million  Santa Clara  data center project in favor of one in  Ashburn ,  Virginia .
       eBay, based in  San Jose ,  will create 450 jobs in Draper,  Utah , in a new $334 million  operations, customer support and data center.
       EDMO Distributors, Inc., a world-wide wholesaler of aircraft avionics, test equipment, and pilot supplies, moved its HQ from  Valencia ,  Calif. , to  Spokane Valley ,  Wash.   Since, it has built a larger headquarters in the city’s Mirabeau Point community complex.
       Edwards Lifesciences based in  Irvine  will expand with 1,000 employees not in  California  but in Draper,  Utah .
       EMRISE Corp. completed  its HQ move from Rancho Cucamonga to  Eatontown ,  NJ , in May  2009.  The company said the move “will result in additional  annualized cost savings of approximately $1 million and facilitate  improvements in operating efficiency”. . . . The cost savings  associated with relocating our corporate headquarters will start  immediately. . . The aggregate total of these expense reductions  will increase our profitability and cash flow in this and succeeding  years and, over time, substantially improve our ability to further  reduce our long term debt.
       Facebook, based in  Palo  Alto , will expand in a major way in  Oregon  by locating a custom data center in Prineville.  It will be a 147,000-square-foot  facility costing $180 million and will employ 200 workers during  construction and another 35 full-time once operating in  2011.
       FallLine Corporation – Left Huntington Beach, where they were being “hammered” with multiple governmental regulatory fees, for  Reno , Nevada .
       Fidelity National Financial left  Santa Barbara  for  Florida , spurred by  California ‘s “oppressive” business environment.
       First American Corp., based in  Santa Ana , will open a call center in March 2010 not in California  but in  Phoenix , where it expects to employ about 400 people within two years.
       Fluor Corp. moved its global headquarters from Aliso Viejo to  Irving ,  Texas , with about 100 employees asked to relocate while the company planned to hire the same number there.  In 2006, when Fluor moved into its new headquarters building, a company statement said: “The official dedication had a decidedly  Texas  theme” as a horseshoe was raised on  the building, a time-honored  Texas  tradition.
       Foxconn Electronics, a large contract electronics maker, moved some of its  Fullerton  operations to  Dallas .
       Fox Family moved its farming operations to  Cookeville ,  TN.   All employees moved with the firm.
       Fuel System Solutions moved its headquarters from  Santa Ana  to  New York .
       Gregg Industries, owned by Neenah Enterprises Inc., in  Wisconsin , closed a 300-employee foundry in  El Monte  foundry under pressure from the South Coast Air Quality Management District to make $5 million in upgrades.   The company didn’t want to make the investment in the difficult economic climate so it decided instead to leave the state.
       Helix Wind Inc. may move its research and development, engineering, and testing departments from  San Diego  to “more supportive” Oregon .
       Hewlett-Packard, HQ’d in Palo Alto , at various times has moved jobs to  Tennessee  and Texas .
       Hilton Hotels Corp. in 2009 is moving from its longtime corporate H.Q. in  Beverly Hills  to a new office in  Tysons Corner , Virginia .
       Hino Motor Manufacturing USA moved from  California  to  Williamstown ,  West Virginia , in 2007, where it now employs about 100 workers. The company has growth plans  to “Raise Hino’s presence from medium-heavy/heavy-duty trucks to all  ranges of trucks” and an aggressive program to improve fuel economy and emissions.  The company builds trucks under its own brand  and also manufactures Toyota-branded  vehicles.
       Intel Corporation, HQ’d  in  Santa Clara , has chosen to expand operations in neighboring states
       Intuit of Mountain View created a customer support office (110 people) not in  California but in  Colorado  because of lower operating costs.
       Intuit placed a data center near  Quincy , Washington .
       Intuit also located Innovative Merchant Solutions LLC in  Las Vegas  as part of a $1.8 million investment in  Nevada .
       J.C. Penney closed its Sacramento  call center and moved the work to five out-of-state centers.
       Kimmie Candy Co., a manufacturer that was started in 1999, moved from  Sacramento  to Nevada  in 2005.  “I really don’t have a lot of regrets about moving up to  Reno ,” said owner Joe Dutra.
       Klaussner Home Furnishings in closing its  La Mirada  manufacturing plant will maintain its NC and  Iowa  operations.
       Knight Protective Industries moved to  Oregon  “where 4-day work weeks were permitted by the state” and wanted by the employees.
       Kulicke & Soffa Industries Inc. announced in February 2010 that it is closing its Irvineplant, laying off 56 people, and will shift the work to Malaysia  and  Singapore . The facility had been owned by Orthodyne  Electronics  Corp., which Kulicke & Soffa bought in 2008.
       LCF Enterprises, which makes specialized high-end amplifiers used by researchers, medical professionals and others, moved from Camarillo, Calif., to Post Falls, Idaho.
       Lennox Hearth Products  Inc., in  Orange ,  Calif. , will lay off 71 workers and by March 2010  will transfer the jobs to  Nashville  and  Union City ,  Tennessee , “to  reduce costs and increase operating efficiencies.”
       Lyn-Tron, Inc., a supplier of electronic hardware, moved from  Los Angeles  to  Spokane , Wash.   Their website has a rather California(ish)  statement:  “Our commitment is to maintain a manufacturing  environment that is progressive and safe, where our employees are able to achieve their personal objectives, thereby adding to their  quality of life and to the community in which they live.”
       Mariah Power, a “green” manufacturer of small wind turbines, moved from  California  toNevada and in 2009 teamed up with another company to begin production in Manistee , Michigan .
       Maxwell America, a  boating equipment maker, in February 2010 closed its  Santa Ana  offices and moved them to  Hanover ,  Md.   One reason given was the  indirect impact ofCalifornia environmental regulations.  A company official said  over the years many California boat builders relocated to the  Midwest  and East where  they don’t face the same restrictions.
       MiaSolé, based in the Silicon Valley, was reported in January 2010 to be planning a 500,000-square-foot plant, which could be one of the largest solar factories in the  United States .  The location is not near its  in  Santa Clara  headquarters but in the  Atlanta ,  Georgia , area where  its workforce eventually could exceed 1,000.  The news came one week after MiaSolé received $101.8 million in federal tax credits.
       MotorVac Technologies announced in February 2010 that it’s leaving  Santa Ana  forOntario, Canada .  MotorVac’s CEO said he “really fought hard to keep MotorVac here, but unfortunately the numbers didn’t  support it.  “The move cuts costs because it’s new owner,  UView, has its own plant with excess capacity in  Canada .  And the general cost of doing business in  California  is much more expensive.
       Nissan North America moved its  Los Angeles  headquarters to  Nashville , Tenn.
       Northrop Grumman by 2011  will relocate its Los Angeles H.Q. to the Washington, DC-metro  area.  It’s the last major aerospace company to leave  Southern  California , the birthplace of the aerospace industry.
       One2Believe, a specialty religious-toy maker, left  California  for  East Aurora ,  New York .
       Patmont Motor Werks,  Inc., (GoPed manufacturer), after being hit by California regulators for hundreds of thousands of dollars in small fines even though his  company has a stellar safety record, moved to  Nevada.
       Paragon Relocation Resources moved from Rancho Santa Margarita to  Irving , Texas .
       Pixel Magic, headquartered in  Toluca Lake ,  Calif. , ( Los Angeles  metro area), is locating a studio in  Lafayette ,  Louisiana , where it will create 40 new jobs between 2010 and 2013.  The company, which provides  digital effects for motion pictures and television, said the   Louisiana people they were in contact with have an immediate  understanding of technology and data  handling.
       Plastic Model Engineering, Inc., a custom plastic injection molder and mold manufacturer, moved from  Sylmar ,  Calif. , to the “Inland Northwest,” notably  Post Falls , Idaho .
       Precor will stop manufacturing fitness machines in  California  and re-open in  North Carolina .
       Premier Inc.the largest healthcare alliance in the nation, will move its HQ from  San Diego  to  Charlotte , involving an investment of $17.7 million and adding 300 jobs in  North Carolina .  The announcement was made Oct. 14,  2009.
       Pro Cal of South Gate, in  Los Angeles   County , a unit of Myers Industries, expanded itsSparks,  Nev. , operations to become the company’s primary West Coast production and distribution facility.  Pro  Cal  is a  plastics  manufacturer of nursery containers and a big recycler.
       Race Track Chaplaincy of America started 2010 by shifting its headquarters from  Los Angeles  to  Lexington ,  Kentucky .  The non-profit group said it had wanted to relocate from the Hollywood Park Race Track for several  reasons, one of which is the significant cost of doing business on the West Coast.
       Red Truck Fire & Safety Company left  Fresno  for  Minden ,  Nevada  in 2007 because of California’s myriad fees and regulations that meant “death by thousand cuts.”
       SAIC will move its headquarters east, from  San Diego  to McLean, Virgina, which the Washington Post called “Another Coup for Area.”  The announcement was made Sept. 24, 2009; it is unclear how many  employees will move east in 2009 and 2010.
       Scale Computing, a data-storage developer and manufacturer, is leaving Silicon Valley for  Indiana .
       Schott Solar Inc. will close its sales and customer service office in  Roseville  and will relocate the office to  Albuquerque ,  NM .
       SimpleTech transferred its manufacturing work from  Santa Ana  to  Asia  more than a year ago.
       Smiley Industries, an aerospace manufacturer, moved to  Phoenix , where productivity improved.
       Solaicx, based in the  Silicon Valley, said in early 2010 that it will expand its  manufacturing plant in  Portland ,  Oregon .  Solaicx received  $18.2 million in federal tax credits as part of  Washington ‘s efforts  to advance green energy.
       SolarWorld, a maker of solar technology founded in  Camarillo , consolidated manufacturing in Oregon  after that state offered property tax abatement and business energy tax credits.  The company will employ about 1,000 in  Oregon  by 2011
       Special Devices Inc.,brought 250 jobs to  Mesa ,  Arizona , from  Moorpark ,  Calif.
       StarKist headquarters is leaving  San Francisco  for  Pittsburgh ,  Pa.  (Pelosi’s Husband’s Company)
       Stasis Engineering moved from  Sonoma   County  to  West Virginia , a “friendlier business climate.”
       Stata Corp., which specializes in data analysis and statistical software, moved from Santa Monica ,  California  to  College Station , Texas .
       Tapmatic, a metalworking firm whose owners were “fed up with the onerous business environment,” moved from  Orange County ,  California  to  Post   Falls  in northern  Idaho .
       Teledesic moved to Washington  state in anticipation of better capital gains.
       Telmar Network Technology Inc., moved from  Irvine  to  Plano ,  Texas , consolidating some 150 workers there.
       Terremark postponed a Santa Clara  project earlier this year to invest $50 million in a Culpeper,  Va. , project.
       Terumo Cardiovascular Systems is moving R&D from  Orange   County  to  Ann Arbor , Michigan , involving 65 jobs and $3.5 million in investments.
        Toyota  will stop making cars in  Fremont , will idle 4,700 workers, and move work to Canada and  San Antonio ,  Texas .
       True Games Interactive Inc., will its H.Q. from  Irvine  to  Austin ,  Texas , where it expects to have about 60 workers by the middle of 2010.
       TTM Technologies will leave  L.A.  &  Hayward  and move to other states and  China  to achieve big cost savings.
       Twentieth Century Props of L.A. has gone out of business because film-making has moved to lower-cost states <>  moved from the San Francisco Bay Area to Reno, a loss for California in that the company is a leader in web-based patient education content and shows strong growth.  The company was named 2007 Innovator of the Year by a Northern publication and the company’s founder and  received a media and Reno-Tahoe Young Professionals Network 20 Under  40 award and was selected as a 20/20 Business Visionary by Nevada Business Magazine.
        US  Airways is realigning operations and  California  is no longer considered part of its  “core.”  The airline is closing its  John   Wayne   Airport  maintenance station and in early 2010 will redistribute the mechanics across its system.
       US Press shifted work from  Los Angeles  and  San Diego  to  Portland , “where union rules were almost rational.”
       USAA Insurance closed its 625-person  Sacramento  campus in favor of other states.
       Yahoo opened a data center in  Quincy ,  Washington , a community that now hopes to land high-tech manufacturing.
       The list will grow as  Sacramento considers more measures that will increase corporate  taxes, increase workers’ comp costs, increase regulatory reporting  requirements (along with higher fines for minor infractions),  increase gasoline and diesel-fuel taxes, increase water rates,  increase electric-power rates, and increase assorted fees that will  cause services to become more  expensive.
       Meanwhile all the elected dolts in  Sacramento  are planning to boycott Arizona .  What’s up with THAT?!?!?!?!?
     VOTING.               PLEASE, SEND THIS ON


October 29, 2010



October 27, 2010


October 27, 2010

We as Americans must make an effort to recover from the demise of America under Obama and the democrats. Democrats such as Jerry Brown, Harry Reid ,Barbra Boxer,Pelosi and many other democrats have worked hard with Obama to turn this country into a third world socialist nation that will eventually be over ran with illegal aliens and  blown away by radical muslim terrorist. Obama has no love for America only a love for power and the destruction of the American way of  life .Arming Obama by electing fellow democrats is giving him the bullets he needs to bring about the demise of this great nation.


October 26, 2010

FW: Smile file — Halloween Warning

October 26, 2010


This is so funny yet scary because it is what is happening under the Obama administration. We can not allow the Democrats to undermine our democracy yet if those democrats such as Pelosi,Reid,Boxer & Brown are in office the socialist agenda will run ramped as the cheer Obama on in his attack on America.If you vote Republican you vote for America and freedom anything less sucks as do you.


October 25, 2010

It appears Californians are satisfied with the status quo of job loss and increased taxes as well as a reduction of services under the Obama  administration. Jerry Brown is a failure and has always been a failure he has a track record to prove it. It is a total disgrace to see that he is leading the Governors race in california when in fact the state would be better off with his departure.  America screwed up with the election of Obama and we are paying the price if you elected Brown it proves you are too stupid to learn from past mistakes and must suffer the fate of your stupidity as a fellow American I could not reach out to save you as you are not worth saving let the natural selection process take place .Has Jerry Brown ever had a real job? No he has always been a career politician and there is the problem.


October 23, 2010

CONVERSATION ABOUT THE THREAT OF RADICAL ISLAM By Joel C. Rosenberg (Jacksonville, Florida, October 22, 2010) — That National Public Radio fired liberal commentator Juan Williams this week for publicly expressing on the Fox News Channel his anxieties about Muslims in America is appalling, but not surprising. NPR has long been hostile to the views of evangelical Christians and conservatives. Now, apparently, they are even hostile towards liberals who express personal sentiments on a conservative TV program. But the dustup is important not simply because it exposed once again the left-wing bias of NPR and demonstrated yet again why the network should not receive a dime of public funding. It was important because of the chilling implications over free speech in this country.

Are we really not allowed to say in a post-9/11 world that Muslims traveling on planes make some Americans uneasy? What else are we not allowed to say? Should we not discuss the threat of Radical Muslims to Judeo-Christian civilization? Are we not allowed to express our concerns about what would happen if Radical Muslims acquired nuclear, chemical or biological weapons? What happened to free speech in this country?

The vast majority of Muslims in the U.S. and around the world (upwards of 90 to 93 percent) are moderate, peaceful people. They don’t believe in jihad. They are not suicide bombers or terrorists. They want good jobs, good schools for their kids, and the right to practice their faith without persecution or government interference. But there is a small but important percentage of Muslims that are highly dangerous. They believe that Islam is the answer, and violent jihad is the way. Americans need to talk about both groups. We need to learn about and discuss the differences. We need to understand who the Radicals are, and who the Reformers are.

At the same time, we need to understand that there is a subset of Radical Muslims who are even more dangerous. They don’t simply want to terrorize us; they want to annihilate us. Chief among them are the “Twelvers,” a Shia Muslim cult who believe that end of the world is at hand, that the Islamic messiah known as the “Twelfth Imam” is coming to earth at any moment, and that the way to hasten the arrival of the Twelfth Imam is to annihilate two countries – Israel, which they call the “Little Satan,” and the United States, which they call the “Great Satan.” What makes these Twelvers especially dangerous right now is that they are running the current government of Iran. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei is a Twelver, and says he actually met with the Twelfth Imam last July. Iranian President Ahmadinejad is a lifelong Twelver, and is actively seeking to build nuclear weapons. Both have publicly called for the annihilation of the U.S. and Israel, and they are doing so for expressly religious purposes.

The world is doing precious little to stop such men. The Obama administration certainly isn’t taking decisive action to stop Iran from getting the Bomb. So every day the danger grows that the Twelvers will get nuclear weapons and either use them against Israel, and then the U.S., or give those weapons to terrorist groups who will seek to obliterate their enemies. Now is precisely the time to talk about such things. Now is precisely the time to talk as Americans about our anxieties and our fears. This is why I wrote a new political thriller entitled, The Twelfth Imam, to help foster such a national conversation and to take people inside the story and to help them imagine what might happen if the world ignores the threat posed by the leaders of Iran.

NPR apparently wants to silence Americans who are concerned about the threat of Radical Islam. Thankfully, there are a multitude of other media outlets who permit a national conversation about Radical Islam to take place. Such a conversation is, after all, more needed than ever.

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October 23, 2010