If students, parents, and taxpayers see Janet Napolitano’s departure as long overdue, it would be hard to blame them.
If the president ever gets around to slimming down the bloated federal government, FEMA would be a good place to start.
The antics of Antonio Brown prompted the Oakland Raiders to release the wide receiver, by some accounts the best in the NFL.
When Peter Fonda passed away last month at 79, critic Peter Tonguette lamented that the actor never became the big-screen equal of his father.
San Francisco just passed a resolution calling the NRA a ‘domestic terrorist organization’
The attempt to herd rideshare drivers into unions is a legislative power play to boost the ranks of unions, a special interest that contributes heavily to one political party.
$5.5 billion is a lot of money, even for California, and especially for a state agency that Marcy Darnovsky describes as “a flop.”
It’s no surprise that the Firearm Violence Research Center wants to survey gun owners and target the businesses that sell firearms.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has transformed a convicted felon into a “justice-involved individual”.
If a recession does hit in 2021, high-tax, high-volatility California is surely in for a rough ride.