In his first State of the State address, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced that he is ending the state’s high-speed rail project.
Potential presidential hopeful touts VAT to pay for Universal Basic Income.
Jacking up the marginal tax rate to 70 percent comes packaged as a “progressive” move but in reality, it’s punitive.
Two years after the Oroville Dam spillway failed, answers remain murky.
The event was for the private entertainment of the audience but even the lowest-scoring Super Bowl can also be educational.
No trace of the spill remains, but fifty years later the Coastal Commission is extending its power, levying fines directly, and still overriding elected governments.
The courts should uphold Janus and union members should spend only their own money on politics.
With few exceptions, charter schools are part of the government monopoly on education, a collective farm of mediocrity and failure.
Free and uncoerced exchange among individuals is not an ideology.
Law school deans are now pressuring the state Supreme Court to lower the passing score.