Katie Porter and other Democrats lose their grip on Asian-American and Hispanic voters.
Their unwillingness to compromise may lead voters to approve a law more permissive than Roe.
A ballot measure would give unchecked power to organized labor in the public sector.
The public is shocked to hear the ugly truth about how power operates in a one-party town.
Hollywood busybodies seem to think they know better than Midwesterners how to raise hogs.
States are forcing medical professionals to make false confessions of racism. I refused to go along.
Planning has spanned five presidential administrations and ConocoPhillips has incorporated our concerns. It’s time to drill.
High taxes and licensing preferences for ex-cons make a hash of the state’s market for legal weed.
Supply-constricting regulations on real estate are to blame, but policy makers prefer to scapegoat ‘outsiders.’
Janus v. Afscme protects government workers from mandatory participation in any labor organization.
A proposed millionaire tax would accelerate the exodus of wealth to New Hampshire and Florida.
A law creating a tax credit for membership dues would effectively subsidize unions’ political activities.
A Pennsylvania father’s determined effort to find out what’s being taught to his children’s instructors.
‘Resiliency,’ according to green activists, requires cutting down trees and tearing up grass in lower Manhattan.
Under Janus, government workers don’t have to join or pay. But behind closed doors it’s hard to say no.
A bill making its way toward Gov. Newsom’s desk would drive up food prices and crush quick-service restaurants.
University of Wisconsin campuses openly embrace a Marxist program called ‘critical pedagogy.’
It doesn’t have the money it promised the city it would raise under a May 2019 master agreement for the Jackson Park property.
Some locals are hot about its plan to open a store in Livingston, but cafe owners say they’re confident.
A business-friendly mayor helped. So did the quick Covid reopening and the loss of SALT deductions.