Thingish Things

California’s Default Lines

The New York Post’s multi-talented Kyle Smith, who is both a film critic and a political writer, pens a must-read piece today comparing the fiscally reckless behavior of modern day California and Greece.  The latter threatens to take down a continent; the former a nation. Our nation. Mr. Smith’s nearly 2,000-word piece is meticulously researched and compellingly written: Greek and […]

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Brown’s Coup de Grâce in California

California Governor Jerry Brown isn’t done with California yet. Not while it’s still breathing.  The man who has held just about every public office in the Golden State short of dog catcher is facing a $16 billion budget deficit — he estimated it to be $9 billion last month.  Brown’s answer?  Hike taxes again. Mr. Brown is asking voters […]

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