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Glenn Beck: Problem solved! Not

GLENN: We fixed the banking problem. STU: Friday banking crisis solved, right? GLENN: Yes. STU: So California, today California problem. Tomorrow, California bailout. GLENN: Solved. STU: Wednesday, California solved. Why don’t we just pass bailouts for everything, then everything would be solved. GLENN: I love this idea. May I tell ...
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High-Tech Lessons for Sacto from SF

Sacramento Union, August 21, 2008 For nine days last month, San Francisco’s state-of-the-art new computer network was held hostage by a convicted felon. Even a team of Silicon Valley’s best and brightest engineers working around the clock could not crack his code. Finally, in a secret midnight meeting at the ...
Business & Economics

Lessons for Sacramento from San Francisco’s high-tech heist

For nine days last month, San Francisco’s state-of-the-art new computer network was held hostage by a convicted felon. Even a team of Silicon Valley’s best and brightest engineers working around the clock could not crack his code. Finally, in a secret midnight meeting at the Hall of Justice, the mayor ...
Business & Economics

California’s Spending Binge Breaks Budget

California’s budget deficit has ballooned to more than $15 billion. Recently Democratic lawmakers proposed to close the gap by – you guessed it – hiking taxes on the wealthy. Yet a quick review of the facts suggests that spending cuts are a much more sensible solution. On the tax side, ...
Commentary

Circuit Court Backs San Francisco’s Draconian Health Care Mandate

Businesses and employees in San Francisco are facing higher health costs and likely job losses after a three-judge panel from the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overruled a federal district court judge’s finding that San Francisco’s new health care ordinance violated the 1974 federal Employee Retirement Income Security Act ...
California

Healthy San Francisco raises costs for everyone

Two years ago, our family moved from San Francisco to Marin County, motivated partly by high prices in San Francisco restaurants. Now we mostly dine north of the Golden Gate Bridge and for 2008 we were prepared to give up on San Francisco entirely. The reason? San Francisco’s Health Access ...
Business & Economics

Glenn Beck: Problem solved! Not

GLENN: We fixed the banking problem. STU: Friday banking crisis solved, right? GLENN: Yes. STU: So California, today California problem. Tomorrow, California bailout. GLENN: Solved. STU: Wednesday, California solved. Why don’t we just pass bailouts for everything, then everything would be solved. GLENN: I love this idea. May I tell ...
Business & Economics

High-Tech Lessons for Sacto from SF

Sacramento Union, August 21, 2008 For nine days last month, San Francisco’s state-of-the-art new computer network was held hostage by a convicted felon. Even a team of Silicon Valley’s best and brightest engineers working around the clock could not crack his code. Finally, in a secret midnight meeting at the ...
Business & Economics

Lessons for Sacramento from San Francisco’s high-tech heist

For nine days last month, San Francisco’s state-of-the-art new computer network was held hostage by a convicted felon. Even a team of Silicon Valley’s best and brightest engineers working around the clock could not crack his code. Finally, in a secret midnight meeting at the Hall of Justice, the mayor ...
Business & Economics

California’s Spending Binge Breaks Budget

California’s budget deficit has ballooned to more than $15 billion. Recently Democratic lawmakers proposed to close the gap by – you guessed it – hiking taxes on the wealthy. Yet a quick review of the facts suggests that spending cuts are a much more sensible solution. On the tax side, ...
Commentary

Circuit Court Backs San Francisco’s Draconian Health Care Mandate

Businesses and employees in San Francisco are facing higher health costs and likely job losses after a three-judge panel from the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overruled a federal district court judge’s finding that San Francisco’s new health care ordinance violated the 1974 federal Employee Retirement Income Security Act ...
California

Healthy San Francisco raises costs for everyone

Two years ago, our family moved from San Francisco to Marin County, motivated partly by high prices in San Francisco restaurants. Now we mostly dine north of the Golden Gate Bridge and for 2008 we were prepared to give up on San Francisco entirely. The reason? San Francisco’s Health Access ...
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