Archive for September, 2018
CalPERS Gives Unqualified CEO a Bonus and Raise 
Binge Spending by Government Bureaucrats
Home and Business Owners Deserve a Tax Break for Defending Themselves
Latest Pro-Criminal Bill Awaits Jerry Brown’s Signature
Another Problem with the War on Drugs
FDA Struggles to Develop “Sugar Added” Labels for Honey and Maple Syrup
Sham Audit of DMV Will Leave Californians in the Dark
President Trump Starts Signing 2019 Spending Bills
The Growth of Discretionary and Mandatory Spending
Do Food Stamps Reduce Corporate Labor Costs?
Ten Years after Lehman—Will It Happen Again?
Real Women Don’t Want the Government to Get Them in the Boardroom
The Last Refuge of Payment in Kind
Gratitude in an Unfree World
Constitution Day
The Silence of the Deficit Hawks
California’s Degrees of Separation from Truth and Accountability
Lehman Brothers and the 2008 Financial Panic: Learning the Right Lessons
A Boom in Small Business Optimism
Let Competition, Not the FDA, Resolve the EpiPen Shortage
Climate Policy and the Case for Humility
Crazy Rich Asians and an American in Singapore
Oroville Dam Repair Costs Surge to $1.1 Billion
Is Trump Dismantling the Regulatory State?
Federal Government versus Private Sector Compensation
Nonprofits Should Leverage Big Data for Bigger Impact
Elimination of Cash Bail Bulks Up Government 
Illinois’ Growing Public Employee Pension Liability Crisis
Polarizing Ideology
Construction of California’s Stonehenge Costing $3.1 Million Per Day
Education Waste Leaves Taxpayers No Choice
Government vs. Private Efforts to Promote Breastfeeding: My Response to a Critic
FDA Considers Regulating E-cigarette Juices

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