One-party rule has ruined California.
California was once held up as the gold standard of progress and achievement. Previous generations built a great highway system connecting the coast to the Valley and the mountains beyond. Previous generations designed and built the State Water Project. This water infrastructure made cities in the desert flourish. Previous generations built a public education system that was the envy of the world.
Even though most Americans view California as a lost cause—the “land of fruits and nuts”—and now, the epicenter of resistance to President-Elect Trump, it would be a mistake to ignore it.
The whiny, crybaby brigade of Democrats in leadership, who wield unchecked power over the most populous, and in many ways, the most significant state.
California Democrats doubled down this week—hiring former US Attorney General Eric Holder to go on offense against the policies of the incoming White House.
President-Elect Trump should engage California’s petulant leaders in much the same way—“pick a fight.”
A must read article from The Wall Street Journal: Five Ways to Restore the Separation of Powers
It isn’t enough for Trump to quickly rescind Obama’s executive orders. Congress also needs to act.
The media and academy enabled the administration’s unconstitutional behavior because they support its policy agenda.