As this case confirms, the NTSB is basically a historian of accidents and contributes little if anything to public safety.
In a truly fair system, workers would get their own money first, and everybody would pay the same marginal rate.
In May, San Francisco became the first city to ban facial recognition technology.
Lower state income taxes, or their complete elimination, might encourage more creative entrepreneurs to remain in California.
Californians have to wonder about David Ashby’s performance in a recent felony DUI and triple manslaughter case.
Government employee unions are nothing more than a ruling-class special interest.
Gavin Newsom fulfills his pledge to downsize the twin Delta tunnels project to a single pipe.
California’s online community college program succeeds in bulking up the bureaucracy and rewarding political cronies.
Presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris both want to ban the right-to-work laws that some news organizations describe as “controversial.”
Gas prices in California to go up in July as the state excise tax increases from $.417 to $.473 per gallon.