Words matter. These are the best Californian Quotes from famous people such as P. J. O’Rourke, Ruby Rose, Abraham Verghese, Elizabeth Emken, Kevin de Leon, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Californians devised a system of electricity sales that ignored every dimension of the free market.
Aussies are really laid back, and so are Californians.
I’m a proud American – becoming a citizen in 1988 was one of the most profoundly moving occasions in my life; I’m a former Texan and a recent Californian.
The federal government secures the border; Californians decide how we want to treat our population. I think we need a vibrant guest worker program. If we have one, we’re going to stop having a lot of issues at the border.
California’s university system is one of the premier higher education systems in the world, and we should require that non-resident students pay a premium to attend it. The revenue generated from these fees can be used to increase affordability and access for more Californians.
As a Californian, I feel lucky to live in what is truly the Golden State – a place of sunshine, agricultural bounty, natural beauty, technological innovation, and boundless optimism.
Unlike many Californians or New Yorkers, college football is a religion down south.
I think that many Californians have been accustomed to, have normalized, that being good sometimes is good enough.
I come from New York originally, but Californians have been wonderful about animals. These animals are so nice and so good and so sweet and intelligent. It’s a crime not to help them.
Californians are worried about whether they will have a job along with ballooning federal spending and deficits.
What we’ve seen is too many Californians and veterans moving to other states across this country because California is just simply not affordable.
It’s nature-nurture, right? I’ve been nurtured by Californians.
Pension reform can be hard to talk about. In the long run, reform now means fewer demands for layoffs and less draconian measures in the future. It’s in the best interest of all Californians to fix this system now.
Before I lived in America, my husband and I did a Californian road trip. We took a month, starting off in L.A. I love the landscapes of California: one moment you’re in the desert, the next you’re up in the Napa Valley or by the water in Big Bear.
I’m a third generation Californian, and there’s a lot of talented, good-looking guys in California, so I’m just happy to be working and lucky to be working.
People always say that Californian women are obsessed with their appearance but I think you’ve got to take good care of yourself, for yourself.
I crossed paths with a horse that happened to change my life. That horse is Game On Dude, and what a horse! He’s a soldier. Together we traveled the world. We won the Santa Anita Big Cap, Goodwood, almost won the Breeder’s Cup Classic; we won the San Antonio, Hollywood Gold Cup and the Californian.
It was so interesting to discover Nixon was a Californian. I always think Nixon should come from a cold place.
After being a born-again punk rocker for about ten years, the whole thing started falling apart. American hardcore had become Californians in baggy shorts making jokes about being white trash, and British punk had morphed into dogmatic crusties yelling at everyone about everything.
Being born and raised as a Californian, I somewhat ignorantly had taken for granted the diversity and liberal mindset that shaped my childhood and adult life.
We Californians can watch the Weather Channel for images of winter’s brutality unleashed upon our fellow Americans and thank our lucky stars we don’t have to contend with it.
Californians like to spend a lot of time talking about how great our state is, but the truth is that we have learned and executed a very important lesson: if we want to win on issues as critical as climate change – if we want to lead – we absolutely have to stand together.
When Californians see something we truly believe in, we say so and act accordingly – without evasiveness or equivocation.
Yes, we absolutely need to eliminate the single-use plastic bag, but we don’t have to eliminate the jobs of hardworking Californians to accomplish this goal.
The albums ‘Heaven On Earth’ and ‘Runaway Horses’ and ‘Live Your Life Be Free’ were harking back to when I was a young girl and listening to Californian radio – lush productions, complicated melodies, harmonies like the Beach Boys and the Mamas and Papas. That’s what those albums remind me of.
You know, Californians care about protecting their environment. So do I. But they also care about that in the context of a healthy economy.
The rude, raw, ‘let it all hang out’ freedom of the Californian hippies was in fact the most censorious and oppressive of societies that I have encountered.
I’m very ‘one love.’ I think that’s the Californian girl in me.
I think what Californians want is a governor who’s going to focus on California.
If you ask me what am I, I might say ‘I am a Californian,’ and if George Bush were here, he would say ‘I am a Texan.’
Californians don’t have that marvelous British cynicism, but then the British can be so patronizing at times.
When working abroad you work pretty hard, but with time off, this is the greatest job in the world. You drive. You explore Memphis, or wherever you’ve landed, or go and see Dr John, or the Californian landscape. And, yes, I’ve had a few good meals.
I am honored to have the opportunity to lead the extraordinary 23,000 employees of PG&E and to support their efforts to safely serve 16 million Californians.
Californians are blessed with the remarkable leadership of Gov. Jerry Brown, who… has led our state to firm fiscal footing and brought us to the enviable position of dreaming – and achieving – big dreams again.
Louie and Seabiscuit were both Californians and both on the sports pages in the 1930s. I was fascinated. When I learned about his World War II experiences, I thought, ‘If this guy is still alive, I want to meet him.’