The Golden State governor has a lot of explaining to do. But it may well be too little, too late to save his political career.
The worst possible move that human societies can make is to panic now, as our species stands on the cusp of more options, more enlightenment, more freedom and prosperity than ever before.
The global pandemic has revealed how easily an optimistic vision of the future can be shattered.
Property rights are alive and well, as long as the owner is a public agency, a multinational corporation, or a sovereign wealth fund.
It’s easy to wonder if the sheer volume of panic being spread on the issue of climate change is a conspiracy. But it doesn’t have to be a conspiracy to be this pervasive, it just has to fit the world view of a critical mass of special interests.
How do you resist the chorus that shouts, with every institution as its mouthpiece, that we must do whatever it takes to protect the disadvantaged? And so what if we have now defined 90 percent of the people in our nation as disadvantaged?
There is no doubt that Western elites are on a collision course with China’s regime. But in the short run, they share a common interest: Suppressing populist uprisings, and making a few more bucks before a cold war descends again on the world.
These donors fund a Democratic Party that is creating the up-down coalition and destroying the middle class. While they try to make us blame the president, the mega businesses they invest in are using this crisis to break the will and the solvency of small independent business owners.
Just like COVID-19, the governing philosophy of the Democrats is rolling out of the coastal Democratic strongholds to infect the entire nation. And just as with COVID-19, if and when it does, nothing will ever be the same again.
Americans are correct to recognize the perils of reusable grocery “tote bags” during this time of heightened disease risk. May they also realize the entire concept of reusable grocery bags is flawed, along with most recycling programs, and adapt accordingly.
America is at a crossroads economically. The immediate challenges are daunting. But the good news is America remains well positioned to lead and inspire the world in the 21st century.
For decades, when it comes to water, California’s policymakers have prioritized demand restrictions instead of supply enhancements. This is backward thinking.
If we have a sustainability challenge, it is not to preserve open spaces.
Patriotic members of the public sector must make some tough choices in the coming years. If lean years come, do they want America to be run by an international plutocracy, where citizenship is meaningless, but their own jobs as government enforcers are secure and lucrative?
It’s important for Americans to realize that the Democratic Party is the party of the rich and the party of the deep state—from the federal bureaucracy down to every union-controlled local agency across every state and city.
How fascinating that “carbon fundamentalism” might actually be the latest expression of Western imperialism, relentlessly thwarting the aspirations of non-Western nations, allegedly to save the planet.
The ideal underlying inclusive zoning is overtly Communist. It suggests that everyone has a right to live anywhere they want, and that private property rights are a manifestation of privilege and oppression as much as of hard work. What great irony that this seductive siren call is a useful tool in the hands of political cronies and profiteers.
When politicians like Chuck Schumer descend so low as to issue veiled threats of violence against sitting U.S. Supreme Court justices, it’s time for everyone to speak out, not just pro-life advocates.
There are plenty of difficult challenges facing mankind. But maybe, just maybe, we face a future that is dazzling beyond description.
The policies born of the premises that guide California’s ruling elite reflect a contempt for the middle class bordering on hatred.