Archive for September, 2018
CalPERS Gives Unqualified CEO a Bonus and Raise 

Bonuses raise eyebrows amid pension crisis.

Binge Spending by Government Bureaucrats

With the close of FY18 looming, federal spending is expected to skyrocket.

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.

Another Problem with the War on Drugs

The war on drugs makes it far too easy for corrupt police officers to plant evidence on people.

FDA Struggles to Develop “Sugar Added” Labels for Honey and Maple Syrup

An example of sweet intentions bearing stale outcomes.

Sham Audit of DMV Will Leave Californians in the Dark

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

President Trump Starts Signing 2019 Spending Bills

The proposed spending bill funds key programs at a hefty price tag.

The Growth of Discretionary and Mandatory Spending

Side-by-side visualization of the growth of the fed!

Do Food Stamps Reduce Corporate Labor Costs?

Amazon, Walmart, and other corporate behemoths often use their wealth to get special favors from the government. However, they should be acquitted of the specific charge that they offload their labor costs to taxpayers through SNAP and other welfare programs.

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