In this week’s episode of National Review’s Radio Free California Podcast, CPC’s Will Swaim and David Bahnsen discuss what some activists have proposed to end Oakland’s gun violence epidemic: guaranteed income, business subsidies, mortgage payments, and “culturally competent” therapy. As California enters fire season, we learn that Governor Gavin Newsom lied about efforts taken to manage the state’s forests. Don’t worry, his new budget is flush with cash for pretty much everyone. In other news, the University of California regents vote to sever ties with Catholic hospitals, while the state’s water agency thinks the biggest problem facing California is systemic racism, not drought. Finally, the Supreme Court of the United States offered a major property rights win to individuals. Listen to this episode and more at National Review.