Newsom is right that California’s high-speed rail costs too much, will take too long, and won’t live up to its utopian promise. That was always going to be the case. Let’s cancel this boondoggle and move on.
In his first State of the State address, Gov. Gavin Newsom ticked off issue after issue he intends to address and presumably resolve. Dan Walters looks at the history of activist governors in California.
Instead of negotiating with Sacramento Unified School District Superintendent Jorge Aguilar to close a $30 million budget deficit and stave off insolvency, the Sacramento City Teachers Association maligns him. The strategy won’t help prevent a state takeover.
A collaboration with the Miami Herald, other McClatchy newspapers and The Trace, a nonprofit online news organization that covers firearms issues, tabulated just how many more youths fell after Parkland.
A year after the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, several common sense gun laws are being considered. But we can’t rely on politicians alone. We must do more to stop gun violence.
Last Sunday, the artist who creates “Non Sequitur” included in his strip an obscenity aimed at President Donald Trump, which violates our dedication to quality. We apologize to our readers who viewed the inappropriate content.
Trump makes impulsive decisions, and the consequences go beyond the damaging departure of Defense Secretary James Mattis, a Marine and veteran who was the wisest and most respected member of the Cabinet.
California Governor Gavin Newsom delivered his first State of the State speech Tuesday where he trimmed down some of Brown’s biggest and most contentious projects and appeared to prepare for a few of his own.