Lawmakers want to outlaw payday lending, extend jobless benefits to striking workers, and make ethnic studies mandatory throughout the Cal State system.
Did the San Francisco school board really find a 90-year-old painting of George Washington offensive?
David and Will consider Nevada’s decision to make government unions a permanent feature and Kamala Harris' call for an end to due process on campuses.
David and Will discuss Victor Davis Hanson’s tour de force on the declining fortunes of California, the problem with raising the minimum wage, and more.
California’s homeless population soars, the state will fine the uninsured to fund health care for undocumented residents, and more!
Hollywood warns that new abortion law may kill Georgia film projects, Trump threatens new tariffs on Mexican imports, and California regulators finally admit coffee won’t give you cancer.
Will and David talk about school choice and the value of liberating housing markets. Bonus: we update the Kamala Harris Klock.
Trump’s pardon of Pat Nolan brings David and Will back to a discussion of corporate welfare, criminal justice reform and more.
Governor Newsom’s plan to tax the 'invisible labor' of Facebook users, Sacramento's teacher pay hike, and a police union that protects and serves itself.
Guest Steve Greenhut (R Street) talks with Will about the charter-school fight inside the NAACP, the real causes of homelessness, and the impact of the Trump tax plan on middle-class ...