About Edward Ring
Edward Ring co-founded the California Policy Center in 2010 and served as its first president. He is a prolific writer on the topics of political reform and sustainable economic development.
Ring has been interviewed, published or quoted by the Los Angeles Times, the Sacramento Bee, the Wall Street Journal, the Economist, Forbes, Die Zeit, Real Clear Politics, Politico, American Greatness, City Journal, Zero Hedge, KFI Los Angeles, KABC Los Angeles, KOGO San Diego, KGO San Francisco, and other media outlets. Ring has an undergraduate degree in Political Science from UC Davis, and an MBA in Finance from the USC.
Entries by Edward Ring
In a recent commentary tax fighter Jon Coupal exposed one of the hidden agendas behind recently Senate Constitutional Amendment 4 recently introduced in the California Legislature. Coupal writes: “They wish to charge those water users they perceive as “bad” more per gallon than those users they perceive as “good.” The beauty of “cost of service” rates, […]
For the last few years, using data provided by the watchdog organization CalTax, we have summarized the results of local bond and tax proposals appearing on the California ballot. Nearly all of them are approved by voters, and this past November was no exception. With only a couple of measures still too close to call, […]