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California’s temporary budget surplus is no panacea for obviously disastrous public policy results.
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In his first 100 days, our president has shown more boldness than humility.
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The law is actually the product of a longer period of study meant to modernize state election law.
Tikvah is deepening the American Jewish conversation by offering an alternative, more conservative take.
Crane is a crafty activist who is passionate about improving the state’s fiscal sustainability and business climate.
If the United States is to be true to our values and interests it must go on offense in our strategic competition with a rising China.
Pandemics are nothing new, and the consequences for learning on the fly are significant.
In California, it’s tricky to predict earthquakes, but it appears a big one is coming, and it’s threatening to topple Governor Gavin Newsom’s political career.
In a reverse Gold Rush, many Californians have already been voting with their feet.
Adelson’s life was a wild ride.
Biden may benefit from reflecting on the longstanding history behind the U.S.–Israel relationship.
Unwrapping the many meanings of hope may provide a precious gift of inspiration this year.
Bruce Herschensohn, the wise, witty and warmly admired conservative influencer and media personality, has passed away in California at the age of 88.
Talk about political ambition. At a time of such bitter partisanship — lawsuits and recounts for the 2020 presidential election; control of the U.S. Senate hinging...
Americans have long shared a beautiful land, a spirit of mutual destiny, and, certainly, common enemies. Sixteen million Americans served in uniform in World War...
Live election results and coverage of the 2020 presidential election between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, and the race for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.
The election choice between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joseph Biden will have major consequences for U.S. national security interests as they relate to the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Righteous indignation at the legacy of American slavery has inspired appropriate and serious moral conversation.
Education sits at the center of our culture wars, and young minority students are the biggest casualties.
A recent poll showed that by more than 2 to 1, Americans oppose the notion of defunding the police.
Joseph R. Biden Jr. has a 40-year history of outreach to the American Jewish community, with frequent expressions of support for Israel. He opposes...
A Harvard white paper from the Safra Center for Ethics reminds us that the Italian word quarantine refers to 40 days. The social distancing stay-at-home orders, the...
As written by Finley Peter Dunne in 1895, fictional philosopher Mr. Dooley once asserted “politics ain’t beanbag.” This means the lives of politicians on...
In response to recent gun violence, triggered activists are threatening to “pack” the Supreme Court if it doesn’t overturn the Second Amendment, and “active...
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