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CalSTRS bailout will be CA version of budget sequester
On April 10, 2012, I wrote an op-ed for the L.A. Daily News with an unusual take on what ultimately would kill the bullet train. My theory was that the teachers unions would fight to keep a new mouth from the trough of the general fund because of the long-term need to maintain a status quo in which ...
CA GOP’s Arnold Problem
Going on 11 years now, the California Republican Party has an "Arnold Problem." Gone from office now almost four years, ex-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger continues to loom over the party. Here's what "The Terminator" promised during the 2003 "Total Recall" election: The reality: Arnold swept the...
Covered CA failing
Just like the Veterans Administration, Covered California -- the state's implementation of Obamacare -- is failing its patients. That's what happens under socialized medicine. The Los Angeles Times reported: Nearly 1,500 Californians have complained to state regulators in the last four months about...
GM vs. Toyota disparity: Our gangster government
In February, I wrote about the Obama administration imposing a $1.2 billion fine on Toyota for a pseudo-scandal involving the alleged "sudden acceleration" of the company's vehicles -- a media-abetted debacle that began in San Diego because a floor mat that was the wrong size led to a terrible fatal...
Memorial Day
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