In California’s War on Trump, Everybody Loses

For a state so enamored with passing laws, California can seem awfully lawless sometimes. Our progressive Legislature and elected leaders have decided to make political and litigious war on the duly elected president of the United States.

The Resistance is here!

Truth is, Donald Trump has driven them all a bit batty. Our legislators have become so unmoored that even Gov. Jerry Brown—who just the other week signed the self-destructive “sanctuary state” law—had to step in and veto legislation requiring presidential candidates to release their tax returns. Brown said that as politically appealing as such a law might be, he was uncomfortable with California setting election policy for the country.

It’s nice to see the light of reality break through the progressive miasma once in a while. If only some of that light could break through the state attorney general’s office…

Read the rest at the Sacramento Bee.


About Ben Boychuk

Ben Boychuk is managing editor of American Greatness. He is a former weekly syndicated columnist with Tribune Media, and a veteran of several publications, including City Journal, Investor's Business Daily, and the Claremont Review of Books. He lives in California.

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4 responses to “In California’s War on Trump, Everybody Loses”

  1. California’s destiny has been set…..middle class tax mules are leaving in droves, they get it.

  2. They seem to have deleted it. The title is still there, but the article is gone or the link is broken.
    Everything else – all anti-Trump – works just fine. I guess I’ll need to file a FOIA request to read the article…. :p

    • Confusion presentation. Just saw this in small print: Read the rest at the Sacramento Bee.