California’s recovery, like Jerry Brown’s high-speed railroad, remains in the realm of wishful thinking.
The Golden State’s senior politicians will eventually surf off into the sunset. What then?
Where do failed economic policies come from? The president recently delivered a speech representing Exhibit A.
Both parties should have the good sense to demand less waste, more efficiency, and new technology.
Care for a genuine stimulus? Untangle regulation and cut taxes.
Presented as a profound new insight, the latest explanation for the lackluster recovery is a sorry example of sloppy thinking and stale excuses.
As the new federal program seeks to limit Americans’ access to spe-cialists and medical innovations, primary-care doctors will become ever more scarce.
The evidence is in that steeper taxes and overregulation fail to boost incomes and ease inequality.