Don't miss out, subscribe to our mailing list!

Breaking News

Analysis: Kashkari unveils economic plan

March 25, 2014 By John Seiler. Neel Kashkari is running for governor under the slogan, "Jobs. Education. That's it." The Republican businessman today released his detailed, 26-page plan for the first part of that promise: Jobs. The title is, "Neel Kashkari's Jobs Plan: Rebuilding the Middle Class." The plan begins by attacking Gov. Jerry Brown for not doing enough for the middle class: "[W]hen Governor Brown was e...

Sen. Boxer: Conservation would solve drought

Palm Springs - Lake Perris
March 24, 2014 By Wayne Lusvardi.   Can California’s zero-sum water wars only be resolved by a system of stern water conservation?  That's what California U.S. Senator at large Barbara Boxer left as an unanswered question at a March 20 Palm Springs water symposium on the theme “Running Dry." Video here. Boxer quoted President Obama from his February visit to drought-plagued California. He said Americans sh...

Asian-Americans halt CA affirmative action revival

Leland Yee
March 23, 2014 By James Poulos. As many Californians are well aware, more than half of students at UCLA and UC Berkeley are Asian or Asian-American. Yet, in California, proportions like these haven’t made for a political football — until now. After almost 18 years of a ban on using affirmative action in college admissions after the passage of Proposition 209 in 1996, state Democrats set about working to overturn...

Mortgage lawsuit against Gov. Brown reopens old wounds

Neil Barofsky
March 22, 2014 By James Poulos. It’s a hallmark of modern-day government: Allocate money for one purpose, spend it for another. Congress isn’t the only culprit. While the federal government has long stood accused of “raiding the Social Security trust fund,” courts across America have given the stamp of legitimacy to state governments’ reallocation of funds. So Gov. Jerry Brown had little reason to hesitate...
Page 40 of 498« First...102030...3839404142...506070...Last »

News Archive

Archive By Categories
  • Budget and Finance
  • Education
  • Health care
  • Infrastructure
  • Inside Government
  • Life in California
  • Politics and Elections
  • Regulations
  • Rights and Liberties
  • Waste, Fraud and Abuse