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Not Much to Celebrate as California’s Economy Grows on Paper

California’s economy has now surpassed that of United Kingdom, making it the fifth-largest in the world if it were its own country. Despite this growth, and in contrast to the perception that all is well in California because the economy looks so robust, the Golden State’s economy is not quite ...
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It’s 2018 and We’re Already Fighting About the Next Census

The battle over the 2020 census has already begun. No, your eyes are not deceiving you.  The calendar on the wall does say May 2018. The census is a multi-year process that involves lots of planning and organizing to design the survey and get all Americans to complete it.  In ...
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Sally Pipes in CA Health News: Calif. Leads Nation In Pushing Back Against Trump Administration Health Policies

(Story also ran in Los Angeles Times) By Ana B. Ibarra These days, when the federal government turns in one direction, California veers in the other — and in the case of healthcare, it’s a sharp swerve. In the nation’s most populous state, lawmakers and other policymakers seemingly are not content ...
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Will Sacramento Do Anything to Stop State’s “People Problem”?

To say that the Bay Area has problems would be like saying the universe has stars. There are too many to count and even trying to do so creates a cosmic headache. One of these innumerable problems recently caught the eyes of the Wall Street Journal, which tagged a late ...
California

Trump is right — California is out of control

When President Trump recently visited California, he came away with the sense that it “is totally out of control.” If he arrived at that conclusion from just a single visit, imagine how many who live in the state feel. To be fair, California itself isn’t out of control. There are ...
California

Mass Transit Ridership is Falling in Southern California, Study Finds

By Kenneth Artz A new study finds commuters are increasingly choosing to use cars over mass transit in Southern California. Mass transit use in six southern California counties declined significantly during the past decade, according to a new study by researchers at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) ...
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Single-Payer in California: Slowly, Slowly, Catchy Monkey

For now, California’s progressive politicians have judged single-payer as a bridge too far.  But that doesn’t mean they’ve given up trying to take over health care. As my Canadian mother used to say, “slowly, slowly, catchy monkey” – or be patient. On March 14, Assembly lawmakers released a report by ...
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“Middle Class Tax Justice” is an 18.84% Corporate Tax Hike?

Thanks to Trump’s corporate tax cut, companies have become, well, more enterprising. Where a 31 percent federal tax rate ruled out many new ventures, a 21 percent tax rate makes them far more viable.  So, it’s no surprise that state officials have been working overtime to attract new businesses to ...
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They’re Baaack! Higher Corporate Tax Rates on California Companies?

Just when hundreds of thousands of Californians have begun to enjoy their bonuses and raises thanks to the new tax law, the progressives in Sacramento are working on ways to crush workers’ newfound prosperity.  Just last week, Democratic Assemblymen Kevin McCarty of Sacramento and Phil Ting of San Francisco introduced ...
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CAPITAL IDEAS:The Next Step on the Slippery Slope Toward Single-Payer in California

Download the PDF California has declared itself a sanctuary state, where illegal immigrants are sheltered from federal law. The urge to “resist” President Trump runs so red hot in California that Gov. Jerry Brown pardoned two immigrants from Cambodia on Dec. 23 who otherwise would have been deported because they ...
Blog

Not Much to Celebrate as California’s Economy Grows on Paper

California’s economy has now surpassed that of United Kingdom, making it the fifth-largest in the world if it were its own country. Despite this growth, and in contrast to the perception that all is well in California because the economy looks so robust, the Golden State’s economy is not quite ...
Blog

It’s 2018 and We’re Already Fighting About the Next Census

The battle over the 2020 census has already begun. No, your eyes are not deceiving you.  The calendar on the wall does say May 2018. The census is a multi-year process that involves lots of planning and organizing to design the survey and get all Americans to complete it.  In ...
California

Sally Pipes in CA Health News: Calif. Leads Nation In Pushing Back Against Trump Administration Health Policies

(Story also ran in Los Angeles Times) By Ana B. Ibarra These days, when the federal government turns in one direction, California veers in the other — and in the case of healthcare, it’s a sharp swerve. In the nation’s most populous state, lawmakers and other policymakers seemingly are not content ...
Blog

Will Sacramento Do Anything to Stop State’s “People Problem”?

To say that the Bay Area has problems would be like saying the universe has stars. There are too many to count and even trying to do so creates a cosmic headache. One of these innumerable problems recently caught the eyes of the Wall Street Journal, which tagged a late ...
California

Trump is right — California is out of control

When President Trump recently visited California, he came away with the sense that it “is totally out of control.” If he arrived at that conclusion from just a single visit, imagine how many who live in the state feel. To be fair, California itself isn’t out of control. There are ...
California

Mass Transit Ridership is Falling in Southern California, Study Finds

By Kenneth Artz A new study finds commuters are increasingly choosing to use cars over mass transit in Southern California. Mass transit use in six southern California counties declined significantly during the past decade, according to a new study by researchers at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) ...
Blog

Single-Payer in California: Slowly, Slowly, Catchy Monkey

For now, California’s progressive politicians have judged single-payer as a bridge too far.  But that doesn’t mean they’ve given up trying to take over health care. As my Canadian mother used to say, “slowly, slowly, catchy monkey” – or be patient. On March 14, Assembly lawmakers released a report by ...
Blog

“Middle Class Tax Justice” is an 18.84% Corporate Tax Hike?

Thanks to Trump’s corporate tax cut, companies have become, well, more enterprising. Where a 31 percent federal tax rate ruled out many new ventures, a 21 percent tax rate makes them far more viable.  So, it’s no surprise that state officials have been working overtime to attract new businesses to ...
Blog

They’re Baaack! Higher Corporate Tax Rates on California Companies?

Just when hundreds of thousands of Californians have begun to enjoy their bonuses and raises thanks to the new tax law, the progressives in Sacramento are working on ways to crush workers’ newfound prosperity.  Just last week, Democratic Assemblymen Kevin McCarty of Sacramento and Phil Ting of San Francisco introduced ...
Blog

CAPITAL IDEAS:The Next Step on the Slippery Slope Toward Single-Payer in California

Download the PDF California has declared itself a sanctuary state, where illegal immigrants are sheltered from federal law. The urge to “resist” President Trump runs so red hot in California that Gov. Jerry Brown pardoned two immigrants from Cambodia on Dec. 23 who otherwise would have been deported because they ...
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