Archive for August, 2019
State-Funded Researchers Shift Aim from Gun Owners to Gun Stores

It’s no surprise that the Firearm Violence Research Center wants to survey gun owners and target the businesses that sell firearms.

My Tragic Encounter with Brett Kavanaugh Over Cancer Treatment

“It is naïve to think that public pressure has no potential to influence a judge’s opinion,” says Ronald L. Trowbridge.

Trust Walmart’s Insulin to Save Lives

By making life-saving medication widely available and affordable, retailers like Walmart have undoubtedly saved lives and provided financial relieve for numerous patients in dire situations.

Do Migrants Drain Wealth from America When They Send Money Home?

The reason it seems as if sending dollars out of the U.S. makes America poorer is that we individually consider cash as part of our wealth holdings.

Memo to San Francisco Board of Supervisors: What About the “Justice-Deprived” Persons?

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has transformed a convicted felon into a “justice-involved individual”.

Can Congress Restrain Its Promiscuous Spending?

What would it take to balance the U.S. government’s budget over the next 10 years?

Airport’s Ban on Plastic Water Bottles a Flight of Fancy

Californians may not be as environmentally destructive as state politicians believe.

Recession Prophecies Good News for Trump Haters, Bad News for California

If a recession does hit in 2021, high-tax, high-volatility California is surely in for a rough ride.  

Accountability for California Lawmakers Soon to Grow Dimmer

The shutdown of the California Channel is a net loss for accountability in the Golden State.

Why the DMV Is Now the Prime Exhibit on California “Corruptour”

With a budget of more than $1 billion, the first stop on the California Corruptour should be the state Department of Motor Vehicles.

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