K. Lloyd Billingsley Archive

K. Lloyd Billingsley is a Policy Fellow at the Independent Institute and a columnist at The Daily Caller.

What California Can Teach Harvard



CA Prop 209 laid groundwork for ending race-based discrimination.

Proposition 47 Backstory to Mac Attacks?



Prop 47’s reduction in penalties incentivises criminals.

Will Justice Kavanaugh Roll Back Russian Influence?



Kavanaugh’s appointment sparks hope for rolling back the administrative state.

Jerry Brown’s ATF



Governor Brown’s record leaves a dismal legacy.

CalPERS Gives Unqualified CEO a Bonus and Raise 



Bonuses raise eyebrows amid pension crisis.

Home and Business Owners Deserve a Tax Break for Defending Themselves



Californians now pay the nation’s highest income and sales taxes, and relief is long overdue.

Latest Pro-Criminal Bill Awaits Jerry Brown’s Signature



Senate Bill 1391 would bar the prosecution of juveniles as adults.

Sham Audit of DMV Will Leave Californians in the Dark



Californians should not be surprised if few if any reforms are implemented.

The Last Refuge of Payment in Kind



Football season is in full swing, and on Saturdays, college teams rule the television sports channels. Everybody makes big money except those the people pay to watch, the players.

California’s Degrees of Separation from Truth and Accountability



California pension woes exacerbated by botched appointments.

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