California is losing population for the first time since 1848.
Middle- and high-school students in Baltimore booed first lady Melania Trump at a summit on opioid awareness, and received cheers from the left for their rudeness.
Competitive markets outperform well-intentioned government interventions.
Letting a child choose their gender makes as much sense as letting a toddler decide he’s really a dog or dinosaur. A person’s feelings, even if deeply held, can’t change biological realities.
Unions will fight the Worker’s Choice Act fiercely. They complain about “free riders,” but their top priority is preventing employees from having the freedom to make their own contract decisions.
Marketing vaping products to children.
Why did the state hire an out-of-state debt collector?
The latest “flavor of the month” is Pete Buttigieg.
Sure, let’s just pile on the deficit.
Regulatory overkill is a hallmark of progressive California, where government interventions have caused many small-business interests to flee and left much of the state struggling with a housing crisis that has priced all but the wealthy out of the market.