California Greatness Diminished by Dangerous Socialist Policies

Craig HueyUncategorized 1 Comment

I recently spoke with Ryan Wiggins, host of Wiggins in America, on his national radio/podcast about how Governor Newsom’s terrible socialist policies have destroyed California’s once great and prosperous state.

To listen to my interview.

I explained to Ryan how California has “great resources that are not being used” and was an incredibly prosperous state—in fact, if California were a country, it would be the 5th largest economy in the world.

However, California has a bloated $310.8 billion budget and a deficit of $32 billion—Its state debt is $143.73 billion U.S. dollars. By the fiscal year of 2027, this is expected to increase to about 188.54 billion U.S. dollars.

Overspending taxpayer money has forced California to raise taxes and Gov Newsom’s burdensome regulations on businesses have forced a mass migration out of the state– Over 350 thousand businesses have left California in the last year.

To listen to the interview

Here are some of the pressing topics we also discussed:

  • Why we shouldn’t underestimate Newsom in his upcoming debate with DeSantis– Newsom will use lies, half-truths, and slanted figures and statistics.
  • Why people are leaving California for Florida—Over 5.5 businesses are leaving.
  • Why Newsom thinks he can debate his way out of his horrendous record.
  • How Newsom will position himself as a moderate or centrist, but he’s a radical


Hear my exciting in-depth interview—It’s about 15 minutes.

Let me know what you think. Email me at

Comments 1

  1. We cannot wait to leave California, 65 years here and we’ve had enough. We seen this beautiful State go from a place that anyone would love to live in to a State where people are leaving in droves. This Governor has destroyed this State with his Socialist agenda. God help California and hopefully these democrats in California will someday open their eyes before it’s too late.

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