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Public Colleges Become Most Recent “Winners” in Sacramento CEQA Exemptions

Another legislative session in Sacramento has come to a close, but not without lawmakers choosing more winners and losers in the battle of who receives a CEQA exemption and who does not. The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) was signed into law in 1970 in an effort to instill a …

California

Deroy Murdock – All Things Politics

Our guest this week is Deroy Murdock, National Review and FOX News contributor.  We have a free-wheeling discussion on all things politics – from President Biden’s recent wins, to the upcoming mid-term elections, to Gov. Newsom’s prospects for higher office.  He also gives his perspective on the state of the Golden State from his vantage point as a former Californian now living in New York City.

Education

WATCH: Putting Kids First: A Conversation with Betsy DeVos

Watch Lance Izumi, senior director of PRI’s Center for Education, in conversation with Secretary Betsy DeVos, author of the new book Hostages No More: The Fight for Education Freedom and the Future of the American Child (Center Street Books). They discuss how we can expand school choice options for every …

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From “Housing First” to Project Roomkey to Anti-Camping Ordinances

The Real Solution to Homelessness is Not Where They Live Last week, the Los Angeles City Council members passed a controversial resolution that would ban homeless encampments within 500 feet of a school or daycare. But they aren’t the only city looking to implement anti-camping ordinances. Cities across the state, …

Business & Economics

What Will Inflation Reduction Act Mean for Health Care, Climate, and the Economy?

Now that it has been passed by Congress, PRI’s top experts join us to discuss what the so-called Inflation Reduction Act will mean for you and your family.

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Despite Promises, New Round of EV Tax Credits Will Likely Only Benefit Upper-Income Drivers

By Tim Anaya and Wayne Winegarden As they furiously work to jam the Inflation Reduction Act through Congress, congressional Democrats are acting like the family of mice living in fear of a cat. They continually propose grand solutions that, just like the mice’s chances of putting a bell on the …

Commentary

Dubious findings about food from the ‘Nutrition Researchers Guild’: How can we learn from this unscientific manipulation of statistics?

By Henry Miller and Stanley Young Are you confused about conflicting “research” findings on certain foods’ effects on our health? It would hardly be surprising. First, butter is the enemy; then, it’s solid margarine. Is caffeine good or bad for your heart? For a time, beta-carotene supplements are thought to prevent …

California

Heather Mac Donald – On Crime and Homelessness in California

On this week’s podcast, enjoy a special presentation of PRI’s recent Newport Beach luncheon featuring Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute in conversation with PRI senior fellow in urban studies Steve Smith. Heather and Steve discuss crime and homelessness in the Golden State.

Press Release

Wayne Winegarden and Kerry Jackson Featured in the Sacramento Business Journal for Project Homekey Study

Advocacy group Pacific Research Institute pushes back on state’s claims about Homekey homeless program By Ben van der Meer  –  Senior Reporter, Sacramento Business Journal The state of California touted Project Homekey as a creative way to address the state’s housing shortage, and more directly, its growing population of people …

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Public Colleges Become Most Recent “Winners” in Sacramento CEQA Exemptions

Another legislative session in Sacramento has come to a close, but not without lawmakers choosing more winners and losers in the battle of who receives a CEQA exemption and who does not. The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) was signed into law in 1970 in an effort to instill a …

California

Deroy Murdock – All Things Politics

Our guest this week is Deroy Murdock, National Review and FOX News contributor.  We have a free-wheeling discussion on all things politics – from President Biden’s recent wins, to the upcoming mid-term elections, to Gov. Newsom’s prospects for higher office.  He also gives his perspective on the state of the Golden State from his vantage point as a former Californian now living in New York City.

Education

WATCH: Putting Kids First: A Conversation with Betsy DeVos

Watch Lance Izumi, senior director of PRI’s Center for Education, in conversation with Secretary Betsy DeVos, author of the new book Hostages No More: The Fight for Education Freedom and the Future of the American Child (Center Street Books). They discuss how we can expand school choice options for every …

Blog

From “Housing First” to Project Roomkey to Anti-Camping Ordinances

The Real Solution to Homelessness is Not Where They Live Last week, the Los Angeles City Council members passed a controversial resolution that would ban homeless encampments within 500 feet of a school or daycare. But they aren’t the only city looking to implement anti-camping ordinances. Cities across the state, …

Business & Economics

What Will Inflation Reduction Act Mean for Health Care, Climate, and the Economy?

Now that it has been passed by Congress, PRI’s top experts join us to discuss what the so-called Inflation Reduction Act will mean for you and your family.

Blog

Despite Promises, New Round of EV Tax Credits Will Likely Only Benefit Upper-Income Drivers

By Tim Anaya and Wayne Winegarden As they furiously work to jam the Inflation Reduction Act through Congress, congressional Democrats are acting like the family of mice living in fear of a cat. They continually propose grand solutions that, just like the mice’s chances of putting a bell on the …

Commentary

Dubious findings about food from the ‘Nutrition Researchers Guild’: How can we learn from this unscientific manipulation of statistics?

By Henry Miller and Stanley Young Are you confused about conflicting “research” findings on certain foods’ effects on our health? It would hardly be surprising. First, butter is the enemy; then, it’s solid margarine. Is caffeine good or bad for your heart? For a time, beta-carotene supplements are thought to prevent …

California

Heather Mac Donald – On Crime and Homelessness in California

On this week’s podcast, enjoy a special presentation of PRI’s recent Newport Beach luncheon featuring Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute in conversation with PRI senior fellow in urban studies Steve Smith. Heather and Steve discuss crime and homelessness in the Golden State.

Press Release

Wayne Winegarden and Kerry Jackson Featured in the Sacramento Business Journal for Project Homekey Study

Advocacy group Pacific Research Institute pushes back on state’s claims about Homekey homeless program By Ben van der Meer  –  Senior Reporter, Sacramento Business Journal The state of California touted Project Homekey as a creative way to address the state’s housing shortage, and more directly, its growing population of people …

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