California

Publications

, The American Spectator
Rules For Us and Rules For Them
Steven Greenhut

Of all the quotable lines in George Orwell’s Animal Farm, few resonate as much as this one: “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.” That was, of course, the…

Voters wisely opted for a divided national government
Steven Greenhut

At some point when his bruised ego allows it, President Donald Trump will quit acting like the spurned dictator of Belarus and curtail his civically destructive effort to overturn a legitimate…

, The American Spectator
California’s Unexpected Sanity, Part 2
Steven Greenhut

As I noted in The American Spectator last week, California’s overwhelmingly Democratic electorate rebuked organized labor’s top legislative priority — banning companies from using…

Voters give governor and Legislature a comeuppance on key ballot measures
Steven Greenhut

If my social-media and news feeds are an accurate indication, many Californians have focused inordinate attention on the granular election tallies in such far-off places such as Montgomery County,…

California Voters Approve Prop. 17, Restoring Voting Rights to People Who Have Completed Prison Terms
Arthur Rizer

From Brennan Center for Justice:

The Yes On Prop 17 campaign earned the support of a diverse and broad coalition that includes celebrities and activists like John Legend, Desmond Meade, Tom…

, The American Spectator
California’s Dose of Sanity
Steven Greenhut

California’s progressive officials love to think of our state as a petri dish for their ideas — virtually all of them bad — that lawmakers in other states ought to import. Yet on Tuesday, the…

, reason
Californians Vote on Four Ballot Measures with Major Stakes for Liberty, Property Rights, and Justice
Steven Greenhut

From reason:

It thereby destroys large numbers of jobs by increasing the cost of hiring labor, and also eliminates the flexibility many gig economy workers value.

, Hoover Institution
Election Day In California: Waiting To Know How Often Voters Will “Just Say No”
Steven Greenhut

From Hoover Institution:

Moorlach is a serious policy wonk (back in the 1990s he sounded the alarm with regard to the OC’s bankruptcy) who also thinks outside the box (check out his…

, Gila Valley Central
Podcast: Winning the Water Wars Author Steven Greenhut
Steven Greenhut

From Gila Valley Central:

Join R Street’s Steven Greenhut discuss his new book, Winning the Water Wars, on Voice of the Valley.

, The American Spectator
California GOP’s Fading Fortunes
Steven Greenhut

If you want to mull the fate of the California Republican Party, you need look no further than Orange County, which had long been the heart and soul of Ronald Reagan–era California conservatism….