How Federal Intervention Can Ease California’s Homeless Crisis

By Edward Ring
11/05/2019
California’s homeless crisis is now visible to everyone living in the state. Along with tens of thousands of homeless who are concentrated in various districts of the major cities, additional thousands are widely dispersed. If you drive into most major urban centers, you will see their tent encampments along freeway junctions, under bridges, along frontages,...

TAGS: Bay Area, California, homeless, Homeless Industrial Complex, Los Angeles County, regulations, San Francisco, Trump

Grand Bargains To Make California Affordable

By Edward Ring
04/01/2019
California’s political elites are at odds with history and the natural preferences of millions of Californians. The good life in California is out of reach to ordinary people. The reason for that is simple: homes cost too much, energy costs too much, water costs too much, and transportation infrastructure is inadequate. In each of these...

TAGS: regulations, Sacramento, SB 50

Government Created Energy Blackouts Coming to a City Near You

By Katy Grimes
06/13/2016
Most countries around the world think that it’s a good thing to have cheap energy. But in California, we have plenty of cheap energy available, just not the political will to access it. California depends on natural gas-driven turbines and hydroelectric generators to provide just 38 percent of its oil needs. The state imports 12 percent...

TAGS: California, California budget, California Legislature, cap and trade, debt, Democrats, economy, electricity, energy, Government, Jerry Brown, Katy Grimes, regulations, Sacramento