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CA voters may upend national crime policy again
Thanks to a new ballot measure, Proposition 47, voters in California could soon eliminate the last vestiges of the state's tough-on-crime reputation. In a sea change from the 1990s, when high-profile, grisly crimes seized the state's attention, Californians have helped drive the national conversat...
VIDEO: Gov. Brown’s High-Speed Boondoggle Chugs On
Why would Gov. Brown make high-speed rail a budget priority? The Heritage Foundation's Stephen Moore joins CalWatchdog's James Poulos to discuss better transportation options that would actually serve the needs of Californians. ...
Counties vie for ‘disadvantaged’ cap-and-trade bucks
  In the fictional town of Lake Woebegon, all of the children are above average. But in the real world of California, all of the counties are disadvantaged. Or so it seemed at a recent California Air Resources Board meeting as officials from all over the state poor-mouthed their districts...
Big-bucks party inaugurates de Leon
Government in America increasingly resembles the 1978 comedy, "Animal House." In this instance, it's the scene where the Delta frat rats are thrown out of the school and respond with -- Road trip! California's poverty rate is the highest of any state. Its schools continue to rank among the worst...
Fiasco at all-minority L.A. high school validates Vergara argument
The immense fiasco at 100 percent minority Jefferson High School in Los Angeles underscores the findings of Judge Rolf Treu in the Vergara case that minority students are treated awfully in the L.A. Unified School District. This is from the latest coverage this week by the Los Angeles Times: The...
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