Others feel wrath of police unions
Most council members don’t have the courage or resources to stand up to their employee unions. Until the public clearly rejects such campaigns, neither public services nor public finances will improve.
Pay soars in the public sector
As a recent study puts it plainly: “They [public employees] were getting richer three times faster than the general population.”
Brown rebuffs corporate welfare
California’s governor deserves great credit for standing his ground against the kings of corporate welfare.
Giveaway almost becomes law
Politicians — always currying favor with the unions — continually expand the categories of illness presumed to be caused by job-related injuries.
Why are people fleeing Cali?
California, blessed by mild weather and an “anything’s possible” culture, suffers mainly from a political process controlled by union advocates hell-bent on protecting their power and privilege.
Unhappy Californians unwilling to change
It seems that voters are unfortunately disinclined to alter California’s downward trajectory.
Teaching how to stifle reform in Chicago
The recent walkout in Chicago has provided a fresh reminder that teachers unions exist to expand the pay and protections for teachers, not to help “the children.”
Costco exec epitomizes Obama’s love of crony capitalism
It seems fitting that Jim Sinegal, the main corporate speaker at the Democratic convention, comes right out of the crony-capitalism school of business.
New Jersey governor offers Californians hope
Californians typically embrace the notion that their state is so special that the normal rules don’t necessarily apply there…
California must fight ‘corruption’ of public service
In California, sweetheart deals are a daily occurrence. In San Francisco, police and fire officials are granting themselves half-million-dollar payouts as they leave government “service.”