Two Visions for California’s Future

In an alternate vision of California, millions of good jobs would be created by increasing housing development, embracing the state's oil and gas deposits, and streamlining costly state regulations.

Gavin Newsom’s $68 Billion Problem

The state of California’s budget deficit is expected to rise dramatically in 2024-2025, going up to $68 billion in the red, according to CalMatters. The […]

Go West, Unskilled Young Man

Sweeping the floor at McDonald’s just became a $41,600-a-year job in California. The state’s minimum wage went up to $16 an hour on Jan. 1, […]

Innumeracy and Lunacy

Unless California changes course in a hurry, the state will soon be largely populated by left-wing innumerates who feel very good about themselves.

Kamala’s Contradictions

Kamala Harris, the junior U.S. senator from California who is battling among some two-dozen other candidates for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination, didn’t have much […]

Public-Sector Unions: The Other Deep State

When government fails, public-sector unions win. When society fragments, public-sector unions consolidate their power. When citizenship itself becomes less meaningful, and the benefits of American […]