$5.5 billion is a lot of money, even for California, and especially for a state agency that Marcy Darnovsky describes as “a flop.”
As they downsize and disappear, newspapers have avoided hard news on California’s pension crisis.
Executive immunity shields, not just the bureaucrats, but can also their entire departments from being held truly accountable.
With police and public officials alike, California taxpayers should watch what they do, not what they say.
Lower state income taxes, or their complete elimination, might encourage more creative entrepreneurs to remain in California.
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.
When some federal bureaucrats have the opportunity to feast out on the town at taxpayer expense, they go all out.
The county ought to eat the mistake and keep their hands out of taxpayers’ pockets.
California pension woes exacerbated by botched appointments.