I'm used to hearing tales of hostility towards Californians. In the 1960s, Oregonians were notorious for giving the cold shoulder to Californians moving in. After A River Runs Through It, some parts of Montana developed serious hostility to Californians who would arrive, drive up housing prices with their ridiculous home equity from selling a shack in California, but not spend enough money to drive up wages for the locals--who were now priced out of the housing market. I'm told that a bumper sticker was popular for a while in some parts of Montana, "Gut-shoot them at the border."
But this is a twist: Instapundit links to this Inside Higher Ed article about discrimination against Californians by public universities in California. As you may be aware, most public universities charge out of state residents roughly the real cost of college. Residents get a very subsidized rate, typically 35-40% of the actual costs. The rationalization is that residents (or at least their parents) have been paying property taxes, income taxes, and sales taxes for a very long time towards that public university.
I must say, if there is anything that should make Californians upset with the clowns that they elect, it is that they have reached the point where California can afford high speed rail projects that make no sense, massive subsidies for illegal aliens--but preferred admissions for those who don't actually live there. But that would require Californians to be paying enough attention.