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Reparations: A Financially Unrealistic Proposal That Will Bankrupt California

Reparations: A Financially Unrealistic Proposal That Will Bankrupt California Wayne Winegarden February 2024 With the introduction of its first set of reparations bills, the California legislature is officially considering the recommendations of the California Reparations Report from the state Reparations ...

Three Things I Would Like to See in the First Presidential Debate

Moderators, It’s Not About You Viewers anticipating the traditional presidential debate format will be in for a surprise as Presidents Biden and Trump opted not to participate in the debates proposed by the Commission on Presidential Debates.  This year’s presidential ...

Making Medical Debts ‘Disappear’ Misguided

The Biden administration proposed a rule this month that would remove medical debt from credit reports. It’s sure to be popular, if for no other reason than that it’s expected to boost credit scores for the more than 15 million ...

Small-Molecule Price Controls Are Short-Sighted

There’s never been a better time to get lung cancer in the United States. That may sound morbid. But this deadliest of cancers appears to be losing a bit of its punch. The combination of smoking reduction, increased screening, and pharmaceutical advancements ...

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Why Bernie Sanders’ Ozempic crusade is misguided

Wouldn’t it be nice if we didn’t have to pay for the things we want? That’s the long and short of U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders’ ...

Spending Watch: More Debt Is More Taxes

As a recent Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) poll confirms, this approach is out of step with “most Californians (56%) [who] would prefer to ...
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Do recent election results show a rightward shift in San Francisco? Join Free Cities Center’s Steven Greenhut as he visits the City by the Bay ...

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